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Tournament results: Charles Schwab Cup Ch'ship

Results for the Charles Schwab Cup Ch'ship are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2022
America
(Mickelson, Phil)
Phoenix CC, AZ
Nov 10-13
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

(Mickelson, Phil)

Venue

Phoenix CC, AZ

Score

Nov 10-13

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 10-13; PGA Tour Champions 2022 season-ending event and last of three Charles Schwab Cup playoff events). [Phoenix CC, Phoenix, AZ].

2021
America
Phoenix CC, AZ
265 (-19)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Mickelson, Phil

Venue

Phoenix CC, AZ

Score

265 (-19)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 11-14; PGA Tour Champions 2020/21 season-ending event and final 2020/21 Charles Schwab Cup playoff event). Second-placed Steven Alker (NZ) finished 1 shot behind Phil Mickelson (USA), who joined Jack Nicklaus as the only player to win four of his first six PGA Tour Champions starts. Bernhard Langer (Ger) did enough to clinch his sixth Charles Schwab Cup, the PGA Tour Champions season-long points chase. Alker recorded his ninth top ten finish in 10 starts on the Tour. [Phoenix CC, Phoenix, AZ].

2020
America
Sutherland, Kevin
Phoenix CC, AZ
198 (-15)
$375,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Sutherland, Kevin

Venue

Phoenix CC, AZ

Score

198 (-15)

Prize money

$375,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 6-9; season-ending Champions Tr event). Kevin Sutherland (USA) beat Paul Broadhurst (Eng) with a birdie at the ninth playoff hole (par-4 17th). Monday finish required when darkness fell Sunday, after six playoff holes had been played without a result. [Phoenix CC, Phoenix, AZ]. Note: this is usually the final and deciding event for the season-long Charles Schwab Cup points title. However the 2020 PGA Tour Champions' season was heavily impacted by the world coronavirus pandemic. The Tour decided to combine the 2020 and 2021 seasons into one, and present the "season-long" Charles Schwab Cup and associated awards at the end of the 2020/21 season, rather than at the conclusion of this event.

2019
America
Phoenix CC, AZ
263 (-21)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Maggert, Jeff

Venue

Phoenix CC, AZ

Score

263 (-21)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 7-10; season-ending Champions Tour event and final Charles Schwab Cup playoff event). Jeff Maggert (USA) beat Retief Goosen (RSA) by holing out from 124 yards for eagle at the third playoff hole (par-4 17th). Goosen missed a three-foot birdie putt at the first playoff hole, which cost him victory not only in this event but also in the season-long Charles Schwab Cup. [Phoenix CC, Phoenix, AZ].

2018
America
Phoenix CC, AZ
262 (-22)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Singh, Vijay

Venue

Phoenix CC, AZ

Score

262 (-22)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 8-11; season-ending Champions Tour event and final Charles Schwab Cup playoff event). Second-placed Tim Petrovic (USA) finished 4 shots behind Vijay Singh (Fiji), who recorded a closing round 61 (-10). Bernard Langer (Ger) finished 13th, giving him enough points to take the season-long Charles Schwab Cup. [Phoenix CC, Phoenix, AZ].

2017
America
Sutherland, Kevin
Phoenix CC, AZ
198 (-15)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Sutherland, Kevin

Venue

Phoenix CC, AZ

Score

198 (-15)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 10-12; season-ending PGA Tour Champions event and final Charles Schwab Cup playoff event). Second-placed Vijay Singh (Fiji) and Lee Janzen (USA) finished 1 shot behind 53-year-old Kevin Sutherland (USA), who recorded his first PGA Tour Champions win in his 78th start on the Tour. He also scooped enough points to win the season-long Charles Schwab Cup. [Phoenix CC, Phoenix, AZ].

2016
America
Goydos, Paul
195 (-15)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Goydos, Paul

Score

195 (-15)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 11-13; season-ending PGA Tour Champions event and final Charles Schwab Cup playoff event). Second-placed Bernhard Langer (Ger) finished 2 shots behind wire-to-wire winner Paul Goydos (USA). [Cochise course, Desert Mountain GC, Scottsdale, AZ].

2015
America
Andrade, Billy
266 (-14)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Andrade, Billy

Score

266 (-14)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 5-8; Champions Tour season-ending event). Billy Andrade (USA) beat Bernhard Langer (Ger) with a birdie at the first playoff hole. Langer's second place finish gave him enough points to win the Tour's season-long Charles Schwab Cup. [Cochise course, Desert Mountain GC, Scottsdale, AZ].

2014
America
Pernice Jr, Tom
269 (-11)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Pernice Jr, Tom

Score

269 (-11)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Oct 30-Nov 2; Champions Tour season-ending event). Tom Pernice Jr (USA) beat Jay Haas (USA) with a birdie at the fourth playoff hole. [Cochise course, Desert Mountain GC, Scottsdale, AZ].

2013
America
267 (-17)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Couples, Fred

Score

267 (-17)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Oct 31-Nov 3; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Bernhard Langer (Ger), Peter Senior (Aus) and Mark O'Meara (USA) finished 6 shots behind Fred Couples (USA). [TPC Harding Park, San Francisco, CA].

2012
America
258 (-22)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Lehman, Tom

Score

258 (-22)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 1-4; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Jay Haas (USA) finished 6 shots behind Tom Lehman (USA), whose win allowed him to top the season-long points tally and earn a second straight Charles Schwab Cup trophy. [Cochise course, Desert Mountain GC, Scottsdale, AZ].

2011
America
Blake, Jay Don
276 (-8)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Blake, Jay Don

Score

276 (-8)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 3-6; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Mark Calcavecchia (USA), Loren Roberts (USA), Michael Allen (USA) and Jay Haas (USA) finished 2 shots behind Jay Don Blake (USA), who recorded the second of his three Champions Tour wins. [Cochise course, Desert Mountain GC, Scottsdale, AZ].

2010
America
267 (-17)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Cook, John

Score

267 (-17)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Nov 4-7; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Michael Allen (USA) finished 2 shots behind defending champion John Cook (USA), who recorded his fifth win on the Tour. [TPC Harding Park, San Francisco, CA].

2009
America
266 (-22)
$442,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Cook, John

Venue

Sonoma

Score

266 (-22)

Prize money

$442,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Oct 29-Nov 1; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Russ Cochran (USA) finished 5 shots behind John Cook (USA). [Sonoma GC, Sonoma, California].

2008
America
Bean, Andy
268 (-20)
$442,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Bean, Andy

Venue

Sonoma

Score

268 (-20)

Prize money

$442,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Oct 30-Nov 2; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Gene Jones (USA) finished 9 shots behind Andy Bean (USA), who recorded the last of his three Champions Tour wins. [Sonoma GC, Sonoma, California].

2007
America
268 (-20)
$442,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Thorpe, Jim

Venue

Sonoma

Score

268 (-20)

Prize money

$442,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Oct 25-28; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Fred Funk (USA) and Denis Watson (Zim) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Jim Thorpe (USA), who recorded his third win in this event and the last of his 13 Champions Tour wins. [Sonoma GC, Sonoma, California].

2006
America
271 (-17)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Thorpe, Jim

Venue

Sonoma

Score

271 (-17)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Oct 26-29; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Tom Kite (USA) finished 2 shots behind Jim Thorpe (USA). [Sonoma GC, Sonoma, California].

2005
America
272 (-16)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Watson, Tom

Venue

Sonoma

Score

272 (-16)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Oct 27-30; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Jay Haas (USA) finished 1 shot behind Tom Watson (USA), whose final round 64 (-8) overhauled the six-shot lead Haas had going into the final round. [Sonoma GC, Sonoma, California].

2004
America
277 (-11)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

McNulty, Mark

Venue

Sonoma

Score

277 (-11)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Oct 21-24; Champions Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Tom Kite (USA) finished 1 shot behind Mark McNulty (Zim/Ire), who recorded back-to-back Champions Tour wins, and his third in 2004. [Sonoma GC, Sonoma, California].

2003
America
268 (-20)
$440,000
Charles Schwab

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Thorpe, Jim

Venue

Sonoma

Score

268 (-20)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

Charles Schwab

Played as the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (Oct 23-26; Champions Tour season-ending event; formerly Senior Tour Championship). Second-placed Tom Watson (USA) finished 3 shots behind Jim Thorpe (USA). [Sonoma GC, Sonoma, California].

2002
America
Gaillardia G&CC
274 (-14)
$440,000
x

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Watson, Tom

Venue

Gaillardia G&CC

Score

274 (-14)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Senior Tour Championship at Gaillardia (Oct 24-27; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Gil Morgan (USA) finished 2 shots behind Tom Watson (USA), who won this event for the second time in three years. [Gaillardia G&CC, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma].

2001
America
Gaillardia G&CC
277 (-11)
$440,000
x

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Gilder, Bob

Venue

Gaillardia G&CC

Score

277 (-11)

Prize money

$440,000

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Senior Tour Championship (Oct 25-28; Snr PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Doug Tewell (USA) finished 1 shot behind Bob Gilder (USA), who recorded his second win on the Tour. [Gaillardia G&CC, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma].

2000
America
270 (-18)
$365,000
Ingersoll-Rand

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Watson, Tom

Score

270 (-18)

Prize money

$365,000

Title sponsor

Ingersoll-Rand

Played as the Ingersoll-Rand Senior Tour Championship (Nov 2-5; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed John Jacobs (USA) finished 1 shot behind Tom Watson (USA), who recorded his second win on the Tour. [TPC Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina].

1999
America
McCord, Gary
276 (-12)
$347,000
Ingersoll-Rand

Category

America

Winner (holder)

McCord, Gary

Score

276 (-12)

Prize money

$347,000

Title sponsor

Ingersoll-Rand

Played as the Ingersoll-Rand Senior Tour Championship (Nov 4-7; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Bruce Fleisher (USA) and Larry Nelson (USA) finished 1 shot behind Gary McCord (USA), who recorded the second of his two Senior PGA Tour wins. [The Dunes G&BC, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Irwin, Hale

Score

274 (-14)

Prize money

$347,000

Title sponsor

Energizer

Played as the Energizer Senior Tour Championship (Nov 5-8; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Gil Morgan (USA) finished 5 shots behind Hale Irwin (USA), who recorded his seventh victory of the year. [The Dunes G&BC, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Morgan, Gil

Score

272 (-16)

Prize money

$328,000

Title sponsor

Energizer

Played as the Energizer Senior Tour Championship (Nov 6-9; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Hale Irwin (USA) finished 2 shots behind Gil Morgan (USA), who recorded back-to-back wins, and his sixth Senior PGA Tour win of the year. [The Dunes G&BC, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Sigel, Jay

Score

279 (-9)

Prize money

$280,000

Title sponsor

Energizer

Played as the Energizer Senior Tour Championship (Nov 7-10; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Kermit Zarley (USA) finished 2 shots behind Jay Sigel (USA), who recorded his second Senior PGA Tour win. [The Dunes G&BC, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Colbert, Jim

Score

282 (-6)

Prize money

$262,000

Title sponsor

Energizer

Played as the Energizer Senior Tour Championship (Nov 9-12; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed and defending champion Raymond Floyd (USA) finished 1 shot behind Jim Colbert (USA). [The Dunes G&BC, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina].

1994
America
273 (-15)
$240,000
Golf Magazine

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Floyd, Raymond

Score

273 (-15)

Prize money

$240,000

Title sponsor

Golf Magazine

Played as the Golf Magazine Senior Tour Championship (Nov 10-13; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Raymond Floyd (USA) beat Jim Albus (USA) with a birdie at the fifth playoff hole, to record his second win in this event in three years. [The Dunes G&BC, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina].

1993
America
Hobday, Simon
199 (-17)
$150,000
Hyatt

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Hobday, Simon

Score

199 (-17)

Prize money

$150,000

Title sponsor

Hyatt

Played as the Hyatt Senior Tour Championship (Dec 10-12; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Raymond Floyd (USA) and Larry Gilbert (USA) finished 2 shots behind Simon Hobday (RSA), who recorded his second Senior PGA Tour win. [East course, TPC Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Dorado Beach Resort].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Floyd, Raymond

Score

197 (-19)

Prize money

$150,000

Title sponsor

Dorado

Played as the Senior Tour Championship (Dec 11-13; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed George Archer (USA) and Dale Douglass (USA) finished 5 shots behind Raymond Floyd (USA). [East course, TPC Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Dorado Beach Resort].

1991
America
202 (-14)
$150,000
New York Life

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Hill, Mike

Score

202 (-14)

Prize money

$150,000

Title sponsor

New York Life

Played as the New York Life Champions (Dec 13-15; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Second-placed Jim Colbert (USA) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Mike Hill (USA), who recorded his tenth Senior PGA Tour win. [East course, TPC Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Dorado Beach Resort].

1990
America
201 (-15)
$150,000
New York Life

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Hill, Mike

Score

201 (-15)

Prize money

$150,000

Title sponsor

New York Life

Played as the inaugural New York Life Champions (Dec 14-16; Senior PGA Tour season-ending event). Mike Hill (USA) beat Dale Douglass (USA) and Lee Trevino (USA) with a birdie at the first playoff hole, to record his fifth Senior PGA Tour win. [East course, TPC Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico; at the time known as Dorado Beach Resort].

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