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PGA Championship
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Tournament information
Location  United States
Established 1916
Course(s) Whistling Straits-Straits Course in 2010
Par 72 in 2010
Yardage 7,514 in 2010
Tour(s) PGA Tour
PGA European Tour
Japan Golf Tour
Format Match play 1916–1957
Stroke play 1958–present
Purse $7,500,000 (2009) [1]
Month played August
Tournament record score
Aggregate 265* David Toms (2001)
*record for all majors
To-par −18 Bob May (2000)
−18 Tiger Woods (2000, 2006)
Current champion
South Korea Yang Yong-eun

The PGA Championship (sometimes referred to as the U.S. PGA Championship outside of North America) is an annual golf tournament conducted by the PGA of America as part of the PGA Tour. It is one of the four major championships in professional golf, and it is the golf season's final major, usually played in mid-August (customarily four weeks after the British Open, but it was advanced a week in 2007 and 2008 because of local scheduling conflicts). Due to its distinction as the season's final major, the PGA Championship is nicknamed "Glory's last shot". It is an official money event on the PGA Tour, the European Tour, and the Japan Golf Tour, with a purse of $7.5 million in 2008.

In line with the other majors, winning "The PGA" gives a golfer several privileges which make his career much more secure, if he is not already one of the elite players of the sport. PGA champions are automatically invited to play in the other three majors (Masters, U.S. Open, and British Open) for the next five years, and are exempt from qualifying for the PGA Championship for life. They also receive membership on the PGA Tour for the following five seasons and invitations to The Players Championship for five years.

The PGA Championship has been held at a large number of venues, some of the early ones now quite obscure, but currently it is usually staged by one of a small group of celebrated courses, each of which has also hosted several other leading events.

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History

In 1894, although there were only 41 golf courses in the United States, two unofficial national amateur championships took place, one at Newport and the other at St.Andrew's Golf Club in Westchester County. St. Andrews conducted an Open championship for professionals at the same time as the amateur. These championships were not sanctioned by any governing body for American golf, and caused considerable controversy. This led to the formation of the United States Golf Association in 1894, after which the sport quickly became one of national popularity and importance.

In February 1916 the Professional Golfers Association was established in New York City. One month earlier, the wealthy department store owner Rodman Wanamaker hosted a luncheon at the Wykagyl Country Club in New Rochelle. This gathering of Wanamaker and the leading golf professionals of the day prepared the agenda for the formal organization of the PGA in New York City a month later. [1] The organizations first president was Robert White, one of Wykagyl's best known golf professionals of the time. Golf historians have dubbed Wykagyl "The Cradle of the PGA". [2]

The first PGA Championship was held in 1916 at Siwanoy Country Club in Eastchester, New York. The winner, Jim Barnes, received $500 and a diamond studded gold medal donated by Rodman Wanamaker. The 2009 winner, Yang Yong-eun, earned $1.35 million. The champion is also awarded the Wanamaker Trophy, which was also donated by Wanamaker.

Initially a match play event, the tournament changed to stroke play in 1958. Network broadcasters, preferring a large group of well-known contenders on the final day, are sometimes accused of pressuring tournament organizers to make the format change.

In 1971, the PGA was played in February in Florida, as the first major of the calendar year. Prior to the 1960s, the tournament was often played in late July, the week following the British Open, making it difficult for players to compete in both majors.

Qualification

The PGA Championship was established for the purpose of providing a high-profile tournament specifically for professional golfers at a time when they were generally not held in high esteem in a sport that was largely run by wealthy amateurs. This origin is still reflected in the entry system for the Championship. It is the only major which does not explicitly invite leading amateurs to compete (it is possible for amateurs to get into the field, although the only viable way is by winning one of the other major championships), and the only one which reserves a large number of places, 20 of 156, for club professionals. These slots are determined by the top finishers in the club pro championship, which is held in June.

Since 1968, the PGA Tour has been independent of the PGA of America. The PGA Tour is an elite organization of tournament professionals, but the PGA Championship is still run by the PGA of America, which is mainly a body for club and teaching professionals. The PGA Championship is the only major that does not explicitly grant entry to the top 50 players in the Official World Golf Rankings, although it invariably invites all of the top 100 (not just top 50) players who are not already qualified.

List of qualification criteria:

  • All former PGA Champions.
  • Winners of the last five U.S. Opens.
  • Winners of the last five Masters.
  • Winners of the last five Open Championships.
  • The last Senior PGA Champion.
  • The low 15 scorers and ties in the previous PGA Championship.
  • The 20 low scorers in the last PGA Professional National Championship.
  • The 70 leaders in official money standings on the PGA Tour (starting one week prior to the previous year's PGA Championship and ending two weeks prior to the current year's PGA Championship).
  • Members of the most recent United States Ryder Cup Team.
  • Winners of tournaments co-sponsored or approved by the PGA Tour since the previous PGA Championship (does not include pro-am and team competitions).
  • The PGA of America reserves the right to invite additional players not included in the categories listed above.
  • The total field is a maximum of 156 players. Vacancies are filled by the first available player from the list of alternates (those below 70th place in official money standings).

Winners

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Stroke play era winners

Year Champion Country Venue Location of venue Winner's Score
2009 Yang Yong-eun  South Korea Hazeltine National Golf Club Chaska, Minnesota 73-70-67-70=280 (−8)
2008 Pádraig Harrington  Ireland Oakland Hills Country Club, South Course Bloomfield Township, Michigan 71-74-66-66=277 (−3)
2007 Tiger Woods (4)  United States Southern Hills Country Club Tulsa, Oklahoma 71-63-69-69=272 (−8)
2006 Tiger Woods (3)  United States Medinah Country Club, Course No. 3 Medinah, Illinois 69-68-65-68=270 (−18)
2005 Phil Mickelson  United States Baltusrol Golf Club, Lower Course Springfield, New Jersey 67-65-72-72=276 (−4)
2004 Vijay Singh (2)[3]  Fiji Whistling Straits, Straits Course Kohler, Wisconsin[N 1] 67-68-69-76=280 (−8)
2003 Shaun Micheel  United States Oak Hill Country Club, East Course Rochester, New York[N 2] 69-68-69-70=276 (−4)
2002 Rich Beem  United States Hazeltine National Golf Club Chaska, Minnesota 72-66-72-68=278 (−10)
2001 David Toms  United States Atlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course Duluth, Georgia[N 3] 66-65-65-69=265 (−15)
2000 Tiger Woods (2)[4]  United States Valhalla Golf Club Louisville, Kentucky[N 4] 66-67-70-67=270 (−18)
1999 Tiger Woods  United States Medinah Country Club, Course No. 3 Medinah, Illinois 70-67-68-72=277 (−11)
1998 Vijay Singh  Fiji Sahalee Country Club Sammamish, Washington 70-66-67-68=271 (−9)
1997 Davis Love III  United States Winged Foot Golf Club, West Course Mamaroneck, New York 66-71-66-66=269 (−11)
1996 Mark Brooks[5]  United States Valhalla Golf Club Louisville, Kentucky[N 4] 68-70-69-70=277 (−11)
1995 Steve Elkington[6]  Australia Riviera Country Club Pacific Palisades, California[N 5] 68-67-68-64=267 (−17)
1994 Nick Price (2)  Zimbabwe Southern Hills Country Club Tulsa, Oklahoma 67-65-70-67=269 (−11)
1993 Paul Azinger[7]  United States Inverness Club Toledo, Ohio 69-66-69-68=272 (−12)
1992 Nick Price  Zimbabwe Bellerive Country Club St. Louis, Missouri[N 6] 70-70-68-70=278 (−6)
1991 John Daly  United States Crooked Stick Golf Club Carmel, Indiana 69-67-69-71=276 (−12)
1990 Wayne Grady  Australia Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club Birmingham, Alabama 72-67-72-71=282 (−6)
1989 Payne Stewart  United States Kemper Lakes Golf Club Long Grove, Illinois 74-66-69-67=276 (−12)
1988 Jeff Sluman  United States Oak Tree Golf Club Edmond, Oklahoma 69-70-68-65=272 (−12)
1987 Larry Nelson (2)[8]  United States PGA National Resort & Spa Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 70-72-73-72=287 (−1)
1986 Bob Tway  United States Inverness Club Toledo, Ohio 72-70-64-70=276 (−8)
1985 Hubert Green  United States Cherry Hills Country Club Cherry Hills Village, Colorado 67-69-70-72=278 (−10)
1984 Lee Trevino (2)  United States Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club Birmingham, Alabama 69-68-67-69=273 (−15)
1983 Hal Sutton  United States Riviera Country Club Pacific Palisades, California[N 5] 65-66-72-71=274 (−10)
1982 Raymond Floyd (2)  United States Southern Hills Country Club Tulsa, Oklahoma 63-69-68-72=272 (−8)
1981 Larry Nelson  United States Atlanta Athletic Club, Highlands Course Duluth, Georgia[N 3] 70-66-66-71=273 (−7)
1980 Jack Nicklaus (5)  United States Oak Hill Country Club, East Course Rochester, New York[N 2] 70-69-66-69=274 (−6)
1979 David Graham[9]  Australia Oakland Hills Country Club, South Course Bloomfield Township, Michigan 69-68-70-65=272 (−8)
1978 John Mahaffey[10]  United States Oakmont Country Club Oakmont, Pennsylvania 75-67-68-66=276 (−8)
1977 Lanny Wadkins[11]  United States Pebble Beach Golf Links Pebble Beach, California 69-71-72-70=282 (−6)
1976 Dave Stockton (2)  United States Congressional Country Club, Blue Course Bethesda, Maryland 70-72-69-70=281 (+1)
1975 Jack Nicklaus (4)  United States Firestone Country Club, South Course Akron, Ohio 70-68-67-71=276 (−4)
1974 Lee Trevino  United States Tanglewood Park, Championship Course Clemmons, North Carolina 73-66-68-69=276 (−4)
1973 Jack Nicklaus (3)  United States Canterbury Golf Club Beachwood, Ohio 72-68-68-69=277 (−7)
1972 Gary Player (2)  South Africa Oakland Hills Country Club, South Course Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 71-71-67-72=281 (+1)
1971 Jack Nicklaus (2)  United States PGA National Golf Club Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 69-69-70-73=281 (−7)
1970 Dave Stockton  United States Southern Hills Country Club Tulsa, Oklahoma 70-70-66-73=279 (−1)
1969 Raymond Floyd  United States NCR Country Club, South Course Dayton, Ohio 69-66-67-74=276 (−8)
1968 Julius Boros  United States Pecan Valley Golf Club San Antonio, Texas 71-71-70-69=281 (+1)
1967 Don January[12]  United States Columbine Country Club Columbine Valley, Colorado 71-72-70-68=281 (−7)
1966 Al Geiberger  United States Firestone Country Club, South Course Akron, Ohio 68-72-68-72=280 (E)
1965 Dave Marr  United States Laurel Valley Golf Club Ligonier, Pennsylvania 70-69-70-71=280 (−4)
1964 Bobby Nichols  United States Columbus Country Club Columbus, Ohio 64-71-69-67=271 (−9)
1963 Jack Nicklaus  United States Dallas Athletic Club, Blue Course Dallas, Texas 69-73-69-68=279 (−5)
1962 Gary Player  South Africa Aronimink Golf Club Newtown Square, Pennsylvania 72-67-69-70=278 (−2)
1961 Jerry Barber[13]  United States Olympia Fields Country Club Olympia Fields, Illinois 69-67-71-70=277 (−3)
1960 Jay Hebert  United States Firestone Country Club, South Course Akron, Ohio 72-67-72-70=281 (+1)
1959 Bob Rosburg  United States Minneapolis Golf Club Minneapolis, Minnesota 71-72-68-66=277 (−3)
1958 Dow Finsterwald  United States Llanerch Country Club Havertown, Pennsylvania 67-72-70-67=276 (−4)

Playoff runner-up:

  1. ^ "Wykagyl, 1898-1998"; Desmond Tollhurst and John Barban;Pages. 28,29,30
  2. ^ "Wykagyl, 1898-1998"; Desmond Tollhurst and John Barban;Pages. 1-2
  3. ^ Chris DiMarco and Justin Leonard (both United States)
  4. ^ Bob May (United States)
  5. ^ Kenny Perry (United States)
  6. ^ Colin Montgomerie (Scotland)
  7. ^ Greg Norman (Australia)
  8. ^ Lanny Wadkins (United States)
  9. ^ Ben Crenshaw (United States)
  10. ^ Tom Watson and Jerry Pate (both United States)
  11. ^ Gene Littler (United States)
  12. ^ Don Massengale (United States)
  13. ^ Don January (United States)

Match play era winners

Year Champion Country Runner-up Margin Venue Location of venue
1957 Lionel Hebert  United States Dow Finsterwald 2 & 1 Miami Valley Golf Club Dayton, Ohio
1956 Jack Burke, Jr.  United States Ted Kroll 3 & 2 Blue Hill Country Club Canton, Massachusetts
1955 Doug Ford  United States Cary Middlecoff 4 & 3 Meadowbrook Country Club Detroit, Michigan
1954 Chick Harbert  United States Walter Burkemo 4 & 3 Keller Golf Club Saint Paul, Minnesota
1953 Walter Burkemo  United States Felice Torza 2 & 1 Birmingham Country Club Birmingham, Michigan
1952 Jim Turnesa  United States Chick Harbert 1 up Big Spring Country Club Louisville, Kentucky
1951 Sam Snead (3)  United States Walter Burkemo 7 & 6 Oakmont Country Club Oakmont, Pennsylvania
1950 Chandler Harper  United States Henry Williams, Jr. 4 & 3 Scioto Country Club Columbus, Ohio
1949 Sam Snead (2)  United States Johnny Palmer 3 & 2 Hermitage Country Club Richmond, Virginia
1948 Ben Hogan (2)  United States Mike Turnesa 7 & 6 Norwood Hills Country Club St. Louis, Missouri
1947 Jim Ferrier  Australia Chick Harbert 2 & 1 Plum Hollow Country Club Detroit, Michigan
1946 Ben Hogan  United States Ed Oliver 6 & 4 Portland Golf Club Portland, Oregon
1945 Byron Nelson (2)  United States Sam Byrd 4 & 3 Moraine Country Club Dayton, Ohio
1944 Bob Hamilton  United States Byron Nelson 1 up Manito Golf and Country Club Spokane, Washington
1943 Not held due to World War II
1942 Sam Snead  United States Jim Turnesa 2 & 1 Seaview Country Club Atlantic City, New Jersey
1941 Vic Ghezzi  United States Byron Nelson 38 holes Cherry Hills Country Club Cherry Hills Village, Colorado
1940 Byron Nelson  United States Sam Snead 1 up Hershey Country Club, West Course Hershey, Pennsylvania
1939 Henry Picard  United States Byron Nelson 37 holes Pomonok Country Club Flushing, New York
1938 Paul Runyan (2)  United States Sam Snead 8 & 7 The Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort Smithfield Township, Pennsylvania
1937 Denny Shute (2)  United States Harold McSpaden 37 holes Pittsburgh Field Club O'Hara Township, Pennsylvania
1936 Denny Shute  United States Jimmy Thomson 3 & 2 Pinehurst Resort, No. 2 Course Pinehurst, North Carolina
1935 Johnny Revolta  United States Tommy Armour 5 & 4 Twin Hills Golf & Country Club Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
1934 Paul Runyan  United States Craig Wood 38 holes The Park Country Club Williamsville, New York
1933 Gene Sarazen (3)  United States Willie Goggin 5 & 4 Blue Mound Golf & Country Club Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
1932 Olin Dutra  United States Frank Walsh 4 & 3 Keller Golf Club Saint Paul, Minnesota
1931 Tom Creavy  United States Denny Shute 2 & 1 Wannamoisett Country Club Rumford, Rhode Island
1930 Tommy Armour  United States^ Gene Sarazen 1 up Fresh Meadow Country Club Great Neck, New York
1929 Leo Diegel (2)  United States Johnny Farrell 6 & 4 Hillcrest Country Club Los Angeles, California
1928 Leo Diegel  United States Al Espinosa 6 & 5 Baltimore Country Club, East Course Timonium, Maryland
1927 Walter Hagen (5)  United States Joe Turnesa 1 up Cedar Crest Country Club Dallas, Texas
1926 Walter Hagen (4)  United States Leo Diegel 5 & 3 Salisbury Golf Club, Red Course East Meadow, New York
1925 Walter Hagen (3)  United States Bill Mehlhorn 6 & 5 Olympia Fields Country Club Olympia Fields, Illinois
1924 Walter Hagen (2)  United States Jim Barnes 2 up French Lick Springs Resort, Hill Course French Lick, Indiana
1923 Gene Sarazen (2)  United States Walter Hagen 38 holes Pelham Country Club Pelham Manor, New York
1922 Gene Sarazen  United States Emmet French 4 & 3 Oakmont Country Club Oakmont, Pennsylvania
1921 Walter Hagen  United States Jim Barnes 3 & 2 Inwood Country Club Inwood, New York
1920 Jock Hutchison  United States^ J. Douglas Edgar 1 up Flossmoor Country Club Flossmoor, Illinois
1919 Jim Barnes (2)  United States^ Fred McLeod 6 & 5 Engineers Country Club Roslyn Harbor, New York
1917-1918: Not held due to World War I
1916 Jim Barnes  United States^ Jock Hutchison 1 up Siwanoy Country Club Eastchester, New York

^ These players were British born, but they were based in the United States when they won the PGA Championship, and they became U.S. citizens:

  • Tommy Armour - Born in Scotland but moved to the U.S. in the early 1920s and became a U.S. citizen at that time.
  • Jock Hutchison - Born in Scotland. He became a U.S. citizen in 1917.
  • Jim Barnes - Born in England. Moved to the United States in 1906 and may have become a U.S. citizen as early as 1907, but this is unconfirmed.

Match play era details

The table below lists the field sizes and qualification methods for the match play era. All rounds were played over 36 holes except as noted in the table. [2]

Years Field Size Qualification 18 hole rounds
1916–21 32 sectional*
1922 64 sectional 1st round
1923 64 sectional
1924–34 32 36 hole qualifier
1935–41 64 36 hole qualifier 1st two rounds
1942–45 32 36 hole qualifier
1946–55 64 36 hole qualifier 1st two rounds
1956 128 sectional 1st five rounds
1957 128 sectional 1st five rounds, consolation matches (3rd-8th place)

* In 1921, the field consisted of the defending champion and the top 31 finishers at the U.S. Open.

Records

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Notes

  1. ^ The course has a Kohler postal address, but is located in the unincorporated community of Haven.
  2. ^ a b The club has a Rochester postal address, but is located in the adjacent town of Pittsford.
  3. ^ a b The club is in a portion of the Duluth postal area that became part of the newly incorporated city of Johns Creek in 2006. Although the club continues to be served by the Duluth post office, it now states its postal address as Johns Creek.
  4. ^ a b At that time, the club had a Louisville postal address, but was located in unincorporated Jefferson County. In 2003, the governments of Louisville and Jefferson County merged, putting the club within the political boundaries of Louisville.
  5. ^ a b Pacific Palisades is a neighborhood in Los Angeles with its own postal identity.
  6. ^ The club has a St. Louis postal address, but is located in the suburb of Town and Country.

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The PGA Championship is a golf tournament, which is the last out of the men's golf Major Championships.

= Stroke play era winners

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YearChampionCountryVenueLocation of venueWinner's Score
2010Arjun Atwal-[[-](−20)
2009Yang Yong-eunFile:Flag of South Korea (bordered).svgHazeltine National Golf ClubChaska, Minnesota73-70-67-70=280 (−8)
2008Pádraig HarringtonOakland Hills Country Club, South CourseBloomfield Township, Michigan71-74-66-66=277 (−3)
2007Tiger Woods (4)Southern Hills Country ClubTulsa, Oklahoma71-63-69-69=272 (−8)
2006Tiger Woods (3)Medinah Country Club, Course No. 3Medinah, Illinois69-68-65-68=270 (−18)
2005Phil MickelsonBaltusrol Golf Club, Lower CourseSpringfield, New Jersey67-65-72-72=276 (−4)
2004Vijay Singh (2)[1]Whistling Straits, Straits CourseKohler, Wisconsin67-68-69-76=280 (−8)
2003Shaun MicheelOak Hill Country Club, East CourseRochester, New York 69-68-69-70=276 (−4)
2002Rich BeemHazeltine National Golf ClubChaska, Minnesota72-66-72-68=278 (−10)
2001David TomsAtlanta Athletic Club, Highlands CourseDuluth, Georgia 66-65-65-69=265 (−15)
2000 Tiger Woods (2)[2] Valhalla Golf Club Louisville, Kentucky 66-67-70-67=270 (−18)
1999Tiger WoodsMedinah Country Club, Course No. 3Medinah, Illinois70-67-68-72=277 (−11)
1998Vijay SinghSahalee Country ClubSammamish, Washington70-66-67-68=271 (−9)
1997Davis Love IIIWinged Foot Golf Club, West CourseMamaroneck, New York66-71-66-66=269 (−11)
1996 Mark Brooks[3] Valhalla Golf Club Louisville, Kentucky 68-70-69-70=277 (−11)
1995Steve Elkington[4]Riviera Country Club68-67-68-64=267 (−17)
1994Nick Price (2)Template:ZWESouthern Hills Country ClubTulsa, Oklahoma67-65-70-67=269 (−11)
1993Paul AzingerInverness ClubToledo, Ohio69-66-69-68=272 (−12)
1992Nick PriceTemplate:ZWEBellerive Country ClubSt. Louis, Missouri70-70-68-70=278 (−6)
1991John DalyCrooked Stick Golf ClubCarmel, Indiana69-67-69-71=276 (−12)
1990Wayne GradyShoal Creek Golf and Country ClubBirmingham, Alabama72-67-72-71=282 (−6)
1989Payne StewartKemper Lakes Golf ClubLong Grove, Illinois74-66-69-67=276 (−12)
1988Jeff SlumanOak Tree Golf ClubEdmond, Oklahoma69-70-68-65=272 (−12)
1987Larry Nelson (2)PGA National Resort & SpaPalm Beach Gardens, Florida70-72-73-72=287 (−1)
1986Bob TwayInverness ClubToledo, Ohio72-70-64-70=276 (−8)
1985Hubert GreenCherry Hills Country ClubCherry Hills Village, Colorado67-69-70-72=278 (−10)
1984Lee Trevino (2)Shoal Creek Golf and Country ClubBirmingham, Alabama69-68-67-69=273 (−15)
1983Hal SuttonRiviera Country ClubPacific Palisades, California65-66-72-71=274 (−10)
1982Raymond Floyd (2)Southern Hills Country ClubTulsa, Oklahoma63-69-68-72=272 (−8)
1981Larry NelsonAtlanta Athletic Club, Highlands CourseDuluth, Georgia70-66-66-71=273 (−7)
1980Jack Nicklaus (5)Oak Hill Country Club, East Course70-69-66-69=274 (−6)
1979Oakland Hills Country Club, South CourseBloomfield Township, Michigan69-68-70-65=272 (−8)
1978Oakmont Country ClubOakmont, Pennsylvania75-67-68-66=276 (−8)
1977Pebble Beach Golf LinksPebble Beach, California69-71-72-70=282 (−6)
1976Dave Stockton (2)Congressional Country Club, Blue CourseBethesda, Maryland70-72-69-70=281 (+1)
1975Jack Nicklaus (4)Firestone Country Club, South CourseAkron, Ohio70-68-67-71=276 (−4)
1974Lee TrevinoTanglewood Park, Championship CourseClemmons, North Carolina73-66-68-69=276 (−4)
1973Jack Nicklaus (3)Canterbury Golf ClubBeachwood, Ohio72-68-68-69=277 (−7)
1972Gary Player (2)Oakland Hills Country Club, South CourseBloomfield Hills, Michigan71-71-67-72=281 (+1)
1971Jack Nicklaus (2)PGA National Golf Club Palm Beach Gardens, Florida69-69-70-73=281 (−7)
1970Dave StocktonSouthern Hills Country ClubTulsa, Oklahoma70-70-66-73=279 (−1)
1969Raymond FloydNCR Country Club, South CourseDayton, Ohio69-66-67-74=276 (−8)
1968Julius BorosPecan Valley Golf ClubSan Antonio, Texas71-71-70-69=281 (+1)
1967Don JanuaryColumbine Country ClubColumbine Valley, Colorado71-72-70-68=281 (−7)
1966Al GeibergerFirestone Country Club, South CourseAkron, Ohio68-72-68-72=280 (E)
1965Dave MarrLaurel Valley Golf ClubLigonier, Pennsylvania70-69-70-71=280 (−4)
1964Bobby NicholsColumbus Country ClubColumbus, Ohio64-71-69-67=271 (−9)
1963Jack NicklausDallas Athletic Club, Blue CourseDallas, Texas69-73-69-68=279 (−5)
1962Gary PlayerAronimink Golf ClubNewtown Square, Pennsylvania72-67-69-70=278 (−2)
1961Jerry BarberOlympia Fields Country ClubOlympia Fields, Illinois69-67-71-70=277 (−3)
1960Jay HebertFirestone Country Club, South CourseAkron, Ohio72-67-72-70=281 (+1)
1959Bob RosburgMinneapolis Golf ClubMinneapolis, Minnesota71-72-68-66=277 (−3)
1958Dow FinsterwaldLlanerch Country ClubHavertown, Pennsylvania67-72-70-67=276 (−4)

References

  1. Chris DiMarco and Justin Leonard (both United States)
  2. Bob May (United States)
  3. Kenny Perry (United States)
  4. Colin Montgomerie (Scotland)


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