Lorena Ochoa had already secured her second consecutive Rolex Player of the Year award before the ADT Championship, but her final margin of victory was not determined until Sunday. Ochoa carried an insurmountable 132-point advantage into the ADT Championship and then earned 60 points with her first-place finish. She ended the year with 422 points, which was 188 points more than Norwegian Suzann Pettersen accrued this year (234). Pettersen tied for ninth at the ADT Championship.
Ochoa also earned Vare Trophy honors for the second consecutive year with a 69.6854 scoring average over Paula Creamer, who finished second in the standing with a 70.5000 scoring average.
See the full listing of Rolex Player of the Year points and Vare Trophy points.