TaylorMade Pebble Beach Invitational

The TaylorMade Golf Pebble Beach Invitational is a non-tour professional golf tournament. The event debuted in 1972. The 2019 purse was $300,000 with $60,000 going to the individual winner. There is also a team competition. Professionals from the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, PGA Tour Champions, and Korn Ferry Tour all compete against each other. Tee placements vary for each tour, based on average driving distances. The event takes place in November of each year.

WinnersEdit

Year Player Country Runner(s)-up Ref
TaylorMade Pebble Beach Invitational
2019 Kevin Sutherland   United States   Martin Flores [1]
2018 Tom Pernice Jr.   United States   Mina Harigae,   Rob Oppenheim [2]
2017 Duffy Waldorf   United States   Sam Burns,   Tom Pernice Jr.,
  Kevin Sutherland
[3]
2016 Scott McCarron   United States   Kevin Sutherland [4]
2015 Jeff Gove   United States   Kevin Sutherland,   Duffy Waldorf
Callaway Pebble Beach Invitational
2014 Tommy Armour III   United States   Lee Janzen
2013 Kevin Kisner   United States   Chesson Hadley
2012 Tommy Gainey   United States   William McGirt,   Kirk Triplett
2011 Harrison Frazar   United States   Cameron Tringale
Callaway Golf Pebble Beach Invitational
2010 John Mallinger   United States   Jason Gore
2009 Mark Brooks   United States   Rickie Fowler,   D.A. Points [5]
2008 Tommy Armour III   United States   Brock Mackenzie,   Scott Simpson [5]
2007 Tommy Armour III   United States   Ronnie Black,   Rocco Mediate [5]
2006 Jason Bohn   United States   Scott Simpson [5]
2005 Nick Watney   United States   Peter Tomasulo [5]
2004 Jeff Brehaut   United States   Kevin Sutherland [5]
2003 John Daly   United States   Jim Thorpe,   Bo Van Pelt [5]
2002 Mark Brooks   United States   Jeff Gove [6]
2001 Olin Browne   United States   Todd Barrangen [6][7]
2000 Kevin Sutherland   United States   Don Pooley [8]
1999 Rocco Mediate   United States   Annika Sörenstam [9]
1998 Tom Lehman   United States   Rocco Mediate,   Kirk Triplett [10]
1997 Loren Roberts   United States   Johnny Miller [11]
Merrill Lynch Pebble Beach Invitational
1996 Kirk Triplett   United States   David Ogrin [12]
Pebble Beach Invitational
1995 Ronnie Black   United States   Bob Ford,   Kenny Perry,
  Kirk Triplett,   Kris Tschetter
[13]
1994 Robert Gamez   United States   Kirk Triplett [14]
1993 (Nov) Bruce Fleisher   United States   Bruce Fleisher [15]
1993 (Jan) Mark Brooks   United States   Bob May [16]
Ben Hogan Pebble Beach Invitational
1992 Loren Roberts   United States   Mike Reid [17]
Spalding Invitational
1990 Juli Inkster   United States   Mark Brooks [18]
1989 (Dec) Mark Calcavecchia   United States   Dave Barr,   Bill Glasson [19]
1989 (Jan) Bob Gilder   United States   Rob Boldt [20]
1988 Lennie Clements   United States   Ken Green,   Tim Norris,   Dan Pohl [21]
1987 Ken Green   United States   Don Pooley,   Willie Wood [22]
1986 Tim Norris   United States   Mark Brooks,   Dan Forsman [23]
1985 Peter Oosterhuis   England   Johnny Miller <[24]
1983 (Dec) Johnny Miller   United States   Bob Gilder [25]
1983 (Jan) Peter Oosterhuis   England   Jay Haas [26]
1982 Jay Haas   United States   Bobby Clampett <[27]
1981 John Mahaffey   United States   Buddy Allin [28]
1980 Bobby Clampett (a)   United States   Mike Reid [29]
1979 Al Geiberger   United States   George Bayer,   Bobby Clampett [30]
1977 Rod Funseth   United States   George Cadle [31]
1976 (Dec) Mark Pfeil   United States   Ron Cerrudo,   Rod Funseth [32]
Lynx Invitational
1976 (Jan) David Glenz   United States   Bob Risch [33]
Confidence Open
1975 Forrest Fezler   United States   Bob Wynn [34][35]
1973 Rod Funseth   United States   Bob Stanton [36]
Hyatt Invitational
1972 Rafe Botts   United States   Jim Wiechers [37]
  • (a) denotes amateur

ReferencesEdit

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