Puerto Rico Open


 

The Puerto Rico Open

 
The Puerto Rico Open tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

The Puerto Rico Open became a PGA TOUR event in 2008. During the 1950s and 60s it was included on the former Caribbean tour - a "winter" tour that attracted several US PGA Tour players.

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2019
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Trainer, Martin
Coco Beach G&CC
273 (-15)
$540,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (Feb 21-24). Second-placed Daniel Berger (USA), Roger Sloan (Can), Johnson Wagner (USA) and Aaron Baddeley (Aus) finished 3 shots behind 27-year-old Trainer (USA), who recorded his first PGA Tour win in his 11th start on the Tour. [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico].
2018
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(unofficial event)
Dorado Beach
56 (-16)
n/a
Played as the Puerto Rico Open Charity Pro-Am (March 1-4; unofficial pro-am team event). Won by George McNeill (USA) & Cheyenne Woods (USA). Note: the official 2018 Puerto Rica Open was cancelled due to storm damage from hurricane Maria. [East course, TPC Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico; formerly Dorado Beach Resort].
2017
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Points, D.A.
Coco Beach G&CC
268 (-20)
$540,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (March 23-26). Second-placed Retief Goosen (RSA), Bryson DeChambeau (USA) and Bill Lunde (USA) finished 2 shots behind Points (USA). [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico].
2016
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Finau, Tony
Coco Beach G&CC
276 (-12)
$540,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (March 24-27). First-time PGA Tr winner Finau (USA) beat Steve Marino (USA) with a birdie at the third playoff hole (par-5 18th). [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico].
2015
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Coco Beach G&CC
281 (-7)
$540,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (Mar 5-8). Cejka (Ger) beat Emiliano Grillo (Arg), Tim Petrovic (USA), Jon Curran (USA) and Sam Saunders (USA) with a birdie four at the first playoff hole. This was 44-year-old Cejka's first PGA Tour win in his 287th start on the Tour. [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Trump Intl GC].
2014
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Hadley, Chesson
Coco Beach G&CC
267 (-21)
$630,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com (March 6-9). Second-placed Danny Lee (NZ) finished 2 shots behind tour rookie Hadley (USA), who claimed his first PGA Tour win in just 13 starts on the tour. [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Trump Intl GC].
2013
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Brown, Scott
Coco Beach G&CC
268 (-20)
$630,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com (March 7-10). Second-placed Jordan Spieth (USA) and Fabian Gomez (Arg) finished 1 shot behind first-time PGA Tour winner Brown (USA). [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Trump Intl GC].
2012
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McNeill, George
Coco Beach G&CC
272 (-16)
$630,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com (March 8-11). Second-placed Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn) finished 2 shots behind McNeill (USA). [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Trump Intl GC].
2011
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Bradley, Michael
Coco Beach G&CC
272 (-16)
$630,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open presented by seepuertorico.com (March 10-13). Bradley (USA) beat Troy Matteson (USA) with a par at the first playoff hole, to win this event for the second time in three years. [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Trump Intl GC].
2010
Banco Popular
Lamely, Derek
Coco Beach G&CC
269 (-19)
$630,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open presented by Banco Popular (March 11-14). Second-placed Kris Blanks (USA) finished 2 shots behind tour rookie and first-time PGA Tour winner Lamely (USA), who was making his 12th start on the Tour. Monday finish required following weekend rain delays. [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Trump Intl GC].
2009
Banco Popular
Bradley, Michael
Coco Beach G&CC
274 (-14)
$630,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open presented by Banco Popular (March 12-15). Second-placed Brett Quigley (USA) and Jason Day (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Bradley (USA), who recorded his third PGA Tour win, and first in 11 years. [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Trump Intl GC].
2008
Banco Popular
Kraft, Greg
Coco Beach G&CC
274 (-14)
$630,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open presented by Banco Popular (March 20-23; first year as a PGA Tour event). Second-placed Bo Van Pelt (USA) and Jerry Kelly (USA) finished 1 shot behind first-time PGA Tour winner Kraft (USA). In 1973 Kraft won the Deposit Guarantee Classic, an event that coincided with The Masters and was not therefore included in the official PGA Tour schedule. [Championship course, Coco Beach G&CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Trump Intl GC].
2005
Amex
Barbetti, Daniel
Costa Caribe
268 (-20)
$22,500
Played as the American Express Puerto Rico Open (Tour de las Americas event). 22-year-old Barbetti (Arg) beat Eduardo Argiro (Arg) with a 10-foot birdie putt at the first playoff hole. [Costa Caribe Resort, Ponce, Puerto Rico].
2004
Amex
Gonzalez, Rodolfo
Costa Caribe
282 (-6)
US$20,000
Played as the American Express Puerto Rico Open (March 18-21; Tour de las Américas event; played for the first time since 1967). Second-placed Eduardo Argiro (Arg) and David Morland (Can) finished 1 shot behind 37-year-old Gonzalez (Arg). [Costa Caribe Resort, Ponce, Puerto Rico].
1967
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Courtney, Chuck
Dorado Beach
280 (-8)
$3,500
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (for the last time until 2004). Second-placed Art Wall Jr (USA) finished 2 shots behind Courtney (USA). [East course, Dorado Beach Resort, Puerto Rico].
1966
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Sota, Ramon
Dorado Beach
284 (-4)
$3,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open. Second-placed Bill Collins (USA) finished 2 shots behind Sota (Esp). [East course, Dorado Beach Resort, Puerto Rico].
1965
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Fraser, Howell
Dorado Beach
288 (E)
$1,500
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (Caribbean tour event). Second-placed Al Besselink (USA) and defending champion Art Wall Jr (USA) finished 1 shot behind 25-year-old rookie Fraser (USA), who had turned pro just four months earlier. [East course, Dorado Beach Resort, Puerto Rico].
1964
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Wall Jr, Art
Dorado Beach
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (Caribbean tour event). Won by Wall Jr (USA). [East course, Dorado Beach Resort, Puerto Rico].
1963
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Sifford, Charlie
Berwind CC
277 (-7)
$1,200
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (Caribbean tour event). Second-placed George Knudson (Can) finished 6 shots behind Sifford (USA), who claimed his first win in a US PGA-sanctioned event. [Berwind CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico].
1962
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Knudson, George
280
$1,500
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (Caribbean tour event). Henry Williams Jr (USA) finished in second place behind Knudson (Can).
1961
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Maxwell, Billy
273 (-11)
$1,200
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (Caribbean tour event). Second-placed Roberto De Vicenzo (Arg) finished 7 shots behind Maxwell (USA).
1960
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Jimenez, Joe
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (Caribbean tour event). Won by Jimenez (USA).
1959
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Cooper, Pete
282 (-6)
$1,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open (Caribbean tour event). Second-placed Ed "Porky" Oliver (USA) finished 5 shots behind Cooper (USA).
1958
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Toski, Bob
Berwind CC
288
$1,000
Played as the Puerto Rico Open. Won by Toski (USA). [Berwind CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico].
1957
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Harbert, Chick
Berwind CC
Played as the Puerto Rico Open. Won by Harbert (USA). [Berwind CC, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico].
 

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