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The Charles Schwab Cup Championship is the final event of the season on the U.S.-based Champions Tour, the world's leading golf tour for male professionals aged fifty and above. Played in late October each year, it is the Champions Tour's equivalent of the PGA Tour's Tour Championship, and was formerly known as the Senior Tour Championship. Like the Tour Championship it has a small field of thirty and no half-way cut. The top thirty money winners make up the field. The purse for 2009 was $2,500,000, with $440,000 going to the winner.


Tournament hosts

Years Venue City
1990-93 Hyatt Dorado Beach Dorado, Puerto Rico
1994-99 The Dunes Golf and Beach Club Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
2000 TPC of Myrtle Beach Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
2001-02 Gaillardia Golf and Country Club Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
2003-09 Sonoma Golf Club Sonoma, California
2010-11 Harding Park Golf Club[1] San Francisco, California


Year Winner Country
Charles Schwab Cup Championship
2009 John Cook  United States
2008 Andy Bean  United States
2007 Jim Thorpe  United States
2006 Jim Thorpe  United States
2005 Tom Watson  United States
2004 Mark McNulty  Zimbabwe
2003 Jim Thorpe  United States
Senior Tour Championship at Gaillardia
2002 Tom Watson  United States
Senior Tour Championship
2001 Bob Gilder  United States
IR Senior Tour Championship
2000 Tom Watson  United States
Ingersoll-Rand Senior Tour Championship
1999 Gary McCord  United States
Energizer Senior Tour Championship
1998 Hale Irwin  United States
1997 Gil Morgan  United States
1996 Jay Sigel  United States
1995 Jim Colbert  United States
Golf Magazine Senior Tour Championship
1994 Raymond Floyd  United States
Hyatt Senior Tour Championship
1993 Simon Hobday  South Africa
Senior Tour Championship
1992 Raymond Floyd  United States
New York Life Champions
1991 Mike Hill  United States
1990 Mike Hill  United States


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