Colombia Championship

The Colombia Championship is a golf tournament on the U.S.-based Korn Ferry Tour. It was first played in 2010 at The Country Club of Bogotá in Bogotá, Colombia. The 2020 purse was US$700,000, with $126,000 going to the winner.

Astara Golf Championship
Tournament information
LocationBogotá, Colombia
Established2010
Course(s)Country Club de Bogotá
(Main Course)
(Paco Course)
Par71 (M)
70 (P)
Length7,237 yards (6,618 m) (M)
6,206 yards (5,675 m) (P)
Tour(s)Korn Ferry Tour
FormatStroke play
Prize fundUS$750,000
Month playedJanuary
Tournament record score
Aggregate263 Mito Pereira
To par−20 as above
Current champion
United States Brandon Matthews
Location Map
Country Club de Bogotá is located in Colombia
Country Club de Bogotá
Country Club de Bogotá
Location in Colombia

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Score To par Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up
Astara Golf Championship presented by Mastercard
2022   Brandon Matthews 264 −19 1 stroke   Ben Griffin
  Ryan McCormick
2021: No tournament
Country Club de Bogotá Championship
2020   Mito Pereira 263 −20 2 strokes   Ben Kohles
2019   Mark Anderson 266 −17 4 strokes   Drew Weaver
Club Colombia Championship by Servientrega
2018   Ben Taylor 269 −15 6 strokes   Erik Barnes
  Sam Burns
  Jason Gore
  Lee Kyoung-hoon
2017   Ethan Tracy 271 −13 Playoff   Roberto Díaz
Club Colombia Championship presented by Claro
2016   Sebastián Muñoz 272 −12 1 stroke   Matt Atkins
  Richy Werenski
Pacific Rubiales Colombia Championship presented by Claro
2015   Patrick Rodgers 267 −17 Playoff   Steve Marino
2014   Alex Čejka 199[a] −14 3 strokes   Andrew Putnam
Colombia Championship
2013   Patrick Cantlay 266 −18 4 strokes   Jim Renner
Pacific Rubiales Colombia Championship presented by Samsung
2012   Skip Kendall 274 −10 1 stroke   Andres Gonzales
  Andrew Svoboda
Pacific Rubiales Bogotá Open presented by Samsung
2011   Brenden Pappas 133[b] −9 1 stroke   Matt Every
2010   Steve Pate 273 −11 Playoff   Aaron Watkins
  1. ^ Shortened to 54 holes due to rain.
  2. ^ Shortened to 36 holes due to rain. Due to the event's length, this win is not officially recognised.

Bolded golfers graduated to the PGA Tour via the Korn Ferry Tour regular-season money list.

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