Quicken Loans Natl


 

Quicken Loans Natl

 
Quicken Loans Natl tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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2018
Quicken Loans
Molinari, Francesco
TPC Potomac
259 (-21)
$1,278,000
Played as the Quicken Loans National (Jun 28-Jul 1). Second-placed Ryan Armour (USA) finished 8 shots behind first-time PGA Tour winner Molinari (Italy). Molinari shot a final round 8-under-par 62 to become the first Italian golfer since Toney Penna in 1947 to win a PGA Tour event. [TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm, Potomac, nr Washington DC].
2017
Quicken Loans
Stanley, Kyle
TPC Potomac
273 (-7)
$1,278,000
Played as the Quicken Loans National (Jun 29-Jul 2). Stanley (USA) beat Charles Howell III (USA) with a par at the first playoff hole (par-4 18th), to win his second PGA Tour title. [TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm, Potomac, nr Washington DC].
2016
Quicken Loans
Hurley III, Billy
Congressional CC
267 (-17)
$1,242,000
Played as the Quicken Loans National (June 23-26). Second-placed Vijay Singh (Fiji) finished 3 shots behind 34-year-old Hurley (USA), who recorded his first PGA Tour title. [Blue course, Congressional CC, Bethesda, Maryland].
2015
Quicken Loans
Merritt, Troy
266 (-18)
$1,206,000
Played as the Quicken Loans National (Jul 30-Aug 2). Second-placed Rickie Fowler (USA) finished 3 shots behind first-time PGA Tour winner Merritt (USA). 29-year-old Merritt was playing in his 96th start on the Tour. [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, VA].
2014
Quicken Loans
Congressional CC
280 (-4)
$1,170,000
Played as the Quicken Loans National (June 26-29; formerly AT&T National). Rose (Eng) beat Shawn Stefani (USA) with a par at the first playoff hole. [Congressional CC, Bethesda, MD].
2013
AT&T
Congressional CC
272 (-12)
$1,170,000
Played as the AT&T National (June 27-30). Second-placed Roberto Castro (USA) finished 3 shots behind Haas (USA), whose final round 66 spurred him to victory. [Congressional CC, Bethesda, MD].
2012
AT&T
Congressional CC
276 (-8)
$1,170,000
Played as the AT&T National (Jun 28-Jul 1). Second-placed Bo Van Pelt (USA) finished 2 shots behind Woods (USA), who claimed his third win in seven starts. This was Woods 74th PGA Tour win, one more than Jack Nicklaus and only eight short of Sam Snead's record 82. [Blue course, Congressional CC, Bethesda, MD].
2011
AT&T
Watney, Nick
267 (-13)
$1,116,000
Played as the AT&T National (Jun 30-Jul 3). Second-placed Kyung-Ju "KJ" Choi (S Kor) finished 2 shots behind Watney (USA). [Aronimink GC, Newton Square, PA].
2010
AT&T
270 (-10)
$1,116,000
Played as the AT&T National (July 1-4). Second-placed Ryan Moore (USA) finished 1 shot behind Rose (Eng), who recorded a second win in his last three PGA Tour starts. [Aronimink GC, Newton Square, PA].
2009
AT&T
Congressional CC
267 (-13)
$1,080,000
Played as the AT&T National hosted by Tiger Woods (July 2-5). Second-placed Hunter Mahan (USA) finished 1 shot behind Woods (USA). This was event-host Tiger Wood's 68th PGA Tour win. [Blue course, Congressional CC, Bethesda, MD].
2008
AT&T
Kim, Anthony
Congressional CC
268 (-12)
$1,080,000
Played as the AT&T National hosted by Tiger Woods (July 3-6). Second-placed Fredrik Jacobson (Swe) finished 2 shots behind Kim (USA), who recorded his second PGA Tour win in 2008. [Blue course, Congressional CC, Bethesda, MD].
2007
AT&T
Congressional CC
271 (-9)
$1,080,000
Played as the inaugural AT&T National hosted by Tiger Woods (Jul 5-8). Second-placed Steve Stricker (USA) finished 3 shots behind Kyung-Ju "KJ" Choi (S Kor), who recorded his second PGA Tour win in 2007. [Blue course, Congressional CC, Bethesda, MD].
 

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