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2019 PGA Tour Champions season

The 2019 PGA Tour Champions season was the 40th in which PGA Tour Champions, a golf tour for men age 50 and over, has operated. The tour officially began in 1980 as the Senior PGA Tour.

Tournament resultsEdit

The following table shows the official money events for the 2019 season.[1] "Date" is the ending date of the tournament. The numbers in parentheses after the winners' names are the number of wins they will have on the tour up to and including that event. Senior majors are shown in bold.

Date Tournament Location Purse ($) Winner Score Winner's
share ($)
Jan 19 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai Hawaii 1,800,000   Tom Lehman (12) 199 (−17) 305,000
Feb 10 Oasis Championship Florida 1,700,000   Bernhard Langer (39) 197 (−19) 255,000
Feb 17 Chubb Classic Florida 1,600,000   Miguel Ángel Jiménez (7) 200 (−13) 240,000
Mar 3 Cologuard Classic Arizona 1,700,000   Mark O'Meara (3) 202 (−17) 255,000
Mar 10 Hoag Classic California 1,800,000   Kirk Triplett (7) 203 (−10) 270,000
Mar 31 Rapiscan Systems Classic Mississippi 1,600,000   Kevin Sutherland (2) 209 (−7) 240,000
Apr 21 Mitsubishi Electric Classic Georgia 1,800,000   Scott McCarron (9) 209 (−7) 270,000
Apr 28 Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf Missouri 1,800,000   Scott Hoch (4) &
  Tom Pernice Jr. (6)
156 (−23) 171,000
(each)
May 5 Insperity Invitational Texas 2,200,000   Scott McCarron (10) 199 (−17) 330,000
May 13[n 1] Regions Tradition Alabama 2,400,000   Steve Stricker (4) 270 (−18) 360,000
May 26 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship New York 3,250,000   Ken Tanigawa (2) 277 (−3) 585,000
Jun 2 Principal Charity Classic Iowa 1,850,000   Kevin Sutherland (3) 199 (−17) 277,500
Jun 9 MasterCard Japan Championship Japan 2,500,000   Scott McCarron (11) 203 (−13) 375,000
Jun 23 American Family Insurance Championship Wisconsin 2,000,000   Jerry Kelly (4) 201 (−15) 300,000
Jun 30 U.S. Senior Open Indiana 4,000,000   Steve Stricker (5) 261 (−19) 720,000
Jul 14 Bridgestone Senior Players Championship Ohio 2,800,000   Retief Goosen (1) 274 (−6) 420,000
Jul 28 The Senior Open Championship England 2,000,000   Bernhard Langer (40) 274 (−6) 314,330
Aug 18 Dick's Sporting Goods Open New York 2,050,000   Doug Barron (1) 199 (−17) 307,500
Aug 25 Boeing Classic Washington 2,100,000   Brandt Jobe (2) 198 (−18) 315,000
Sep 1 Shaw Charity Classic Alberta, Canada 2,350,000   Wes Short Jr. (2) 197 (−13) 352,500
Sep 15 The Ally Challenge Michigan 2,000,000   Jerry Kelly (5) 200 (−16) 300,000
Sep 22 Sanford International South Dakota 1,800,000   Rocco Mediate (4) 201 (−9) 270,000
Sep 29 PURE Insurance Championship California 2,100,000   Kirk Triplett (8) 206 (−9) 315,000
Oct 13 SAS Championship North Carolina 2,100,000   Jerry Kelly (6) 200 (−16) 315,000
Oct 21[n 1] Dominion Energy Charity Classic Virginia 2,000,000   Miguel Ángel Jiménez (8) 198 (−18) 305,000
Nov 3 Invesco QQQ Championship California 2,000,000   Colin Montgomerie (7) 202 (−14) 305,000
Nov 10 Charles Schwab Cup Championship Arizona 2,500,000   Jeff Maggert (6) 263 (−21) 440,000
Dec 8 PNC Father Son Challenge^ Florida 1,085,000 Bernhard Langer and Jason Langer 120 (−24)
  1. ^ a b Finished on Monday due to weather.

^ – unofficial event

LeadersEdit

Scoring average leaders

Rank Player Country Average
1 Retief Goosen   South Africa 69.14
2 Bernhard Langer   Germany 69.26
3 Jerry Kelly   United States 69.31
4 Kevin Sutherland   United States 69.47
5 David Toms   United States 69.48

Source:[2]

Money List leaders

Rank Player Country Earnings ($) Events Wins
1 Scott McCarron   United States 2,534,090 26 3
2 Jerry Kelly   United States 2,382,675 23 3
3 Retief Goosen   South Africa 1,859,085 23 1
4 Bernhard Langer   Germany 1,831,622 22 2
5 Woody Austin   United States 1,733,517 27 0

Source:[3]

Career Money List leaders

Rank Player Country Earnings ($) Wins
1 Bernhard Langer   Germany 28,653,126 40
2 Hale Irwin   United States 27,133,479 45
3 Gil Morgan   United States 20,631,930 25
4 Jay Haas   United States 19,051,202 18
5 Tom Kite   United States 16,277,668 10

Source:[4]

AwardsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2019 PGA Tour Champions schedule and results". PGA of America. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  2. ^ "Scoring Average – 2019 PGA Tour Champions". PGA Tour. Retrieved November 11, 2019.
  3. ^ "Money Leaders – 2019 PGA Tour Champions". PGA Tour. Retrieved November 11, 2019.
  4. ^ "Career Money Leaders – 2019 PGA Tour Champions". PGA Tour. Retrieved November 11, 2019.