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Top tournament results: East Lake

The main tournaments played at East Lake are shown in the table below, which also includes relevant information on the winners, their scores and prize money.

2022
America
(Cantlay, Patrick)
Aug 25-28
$18,000,000
PGA Tr

Category

America

Winner (holder)

(Cantlay, Patrick)

Score

Aug 25-28

Prize money

$18,000,000

Title sponsor

PGA Tr

Played as the Tour Championship (Aug 25-28; last of three FedExCup playoff events; the winner also being crowned 2022 FedEx Cup champion). [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2021
America
269 (-21)
$15,000,000
PGA Tr

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Cantlay, Patrick

Score

269 (-21)

Prize money

$15,000,000

Title sponsor

PGA Tr

Played as the Tour Championship (Sept 2-5; last of three FedExCup playoff events; the winner also being crowned 2021 FedEx Cup champion). Second-placed Jon Rahm (Esp) finished 1 shot behind 29-year-old Patrick Cantlay (USA), who won his first FedEx Cup. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA]. [As in 2019 and 2020, a staggered start was used for this event, based on FedEx Cup points earned in the regular season and in the preceding two playoff events. No.1 seed Patrick Cantlay started at 10-under par; No.2 seed Tony Finau (-8); No.3 seed Bryson DeChambeau (-7); No.4 seed Jon Rahm (-6); No.5 seed Cameron Smith (-5)].

2020
America
269 (-21)
$15,000,000
PGA Tr

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Johnson, Dustin

Score

269 (-21)

Prize money

$15,000,000

Title sponsor

PGA Tr

Played as the Tour Championship (Sept 4-7; postponed from Aug 27-30 due to world coronavirus pandemic; last of three FedExCup playoff events; the winner also being crowned 2020 FedEx Cup champion). Second-placed Justin Thomas (USA) and Xander Schauffele (USA) finished 3 shots behind Johnson (USA), who won his first FedEx Cup. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA]. [As in 2019, a staggered start was used for this event, based on FedEx Cup points earned in the regular season and in the preceding two playoff events. No.1 seed Dustin Johnson started at 10-under par; No.2 seed Jon Rahm (-8); No.3 seed Justin Thomas (-7); No.4 seed Webb Simpson (-6); No.5 seed Collin Morikawa (-5). Second-placed Schauffele started as 14th seed on -3].

2019
America
267 (-18)
$15,000,000
PGA Tr

Category

America

Winner (holder)

McIlroy, Rory

Score

267 (-18)

Prize money

$15,000,000

Title sponsor

PGA Tr

Played as the Tour Championship (Aug 22-25; last of three FedExCup playoff events; the winner also being crowned 2019 FedEx Cup champion. For the first time in FedEx Cup history a staggered start was used. First seed Justin Thomas started the tournament at 10-under par; second seed Patrick Cantlay at -8; third seed Brooks Koepka at -7; fourth seed Patrick Reed at -6, and fifth seed Rory McIlroy at -5). Second-placed Xander Schauffele (USA), starting as eighth seed on -4, finished 4 shots behind McIlory (N.Ire). [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2018
America
269 (-11)
$1,620,000
PGA Tr

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

269 (-11)

Prize money

$1,620,000

Title sponsor

PGA Tr

Played as the Tour Championship (Sept 20-23; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Second-placed Billy Horschel (USA) finished 2 shots behind Woods (USA), who ended a five-year winless streak on the PGA Tour. Justin Rose (Eng) finished in fourth place, giving him just enough points to win the season-long FedEx Cup competition. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2017
America
268 (-12)
$1,575,000
PGA Tr

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Schauffele, Xander

Score

268 (-12)

Prize money

$1,575,000

Title sponsor

PGA Tr

Played as the Tour Championship (Sept 21-24; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Second-placed Justin Thomas (USA) finished 1 shot behind 23-year-old Schauffele (USA), the first PGA Tour rookie to win the Tour Championship. Thomas's runner-up finish gave him enough points to win the season-long FedEx Cup competition. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2016
America
268 (-12)
$1,530,000
x

Category

America

Winner (holder)

McIlroy, Rory

Score

268 (-12)

Prize money

$1,530,000

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Tour Championship (Sept 22-25; last of four FedExCup playoff events). McIlroy (N.Ire) beat Ryan Moore (USA) with a 14ft birdie putt at the fourth playoff hole (par-4 16th). Kevin Chappell (USA) was eliminated at the first playoff hole (par-5 18th). McIlroy gained sufficient points to win the season-long competition for the FedEx Cup. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2015
America
271 (-9)
$1,485,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Spieth, Jordan

Score

271 (-9)

Prize money

$1,485,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship by Coca-Cola (Sept 24-27; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Second-placed Henrik Stenson (Swe), Justin Rose (Eng) and Danny Lee (NZ) finished 4 shots behind Spieth (USA). 22-year-old Spieth gained enough points to win the season-long FedEx Cup and associated $10 million bonus; he also regained the No.1 spot on the official world golf rankings. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2014
America
269 (-11)
$1,440,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Horschel, Billy

Score

269 (-11)

Prize money

$1,440,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship by Coca-Cola (Sept 11-14; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Second-placed Jim Furyk (USA) and Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) finished 3 shots behind Horschel (USA). Horschel recorded back-to-back wins in the FedExCup playoffs and gained enough points to win the season-long FedEx Cup and associated $10 million bonus. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2013
America
267 (-13)
$1,440,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Stenson, Henrik

Score

267 (-13)

Prize money

$1,440,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship by Coca-Cola (Sept 19-22; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Second-placed Jordan Spieth (USA) and Steve Stricker (USA) finished 3 shots behind wire-to-wire winner Stenson (Swe), who gained enough points to win the season-long FedEx Cup and associated $10 million bonus. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2012
America
270 (-10)
$1,440,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Snedeker, Brandt

Score

270 (-10)

Prize money

$1,440,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship by Coca-Cola (Sept 20-23; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Second-placed Justin Rose (Eng) finished 3 shots behind Snedeker (USA), who gained enough points to win the season-long FedEx Cup and associated $10 million bonus. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2011
America
272 (-8)
$1,440,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Haas, Bill

Score

272 (-8)

Prize money

$1,440,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship by Coca-Cola (Sept 22-25; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Haas (USA) beat Hunter Mahan (USA) with a par at the third playoff hole to win this event, as well as the season-long FedEx Cup and associated $10 million bonus. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2010
America
272 (-8)
$1,350,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Furyk, Jim

Score

272 (-8)

Prize money

$1,350,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Sept 23-26; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Second-placed Luke Donald (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Furyk (USA), who gained enough points to win the season-long FedEx Cup and associated $10 million bonus. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2009
America
271 (-9)
$1,350,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Mickelson, Phil

Score

271 (-9)

Prize money

$1,350,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Sept 24-27; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Second-placed Tiger Woods (USA) finished 3 shots behind Mickelson (USA). Woods' second-place gave him enough points to win the season-long FedEx Cup and associated $10 million bonus. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2008
America
Villegas, Camilo
273 (-7)
$1,260,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Villegas, Camilo

Score

273 (-7)

Prize money

$1,260,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Sept 25-28; last of four FedExCup playoff events). Villegas (Col) beat Sergio García (Esp) with a par at the first playoff hole. Vijay Singh (Fiji) finished in a tie for 22nd place, which gave him enough points to win the season-long FedEx Cup and associated $10 million bonus. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2007
America
257 (-23)
$1,260,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

257 (-23)

Prize money

$1,260,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Sept 13-16; last of four FedExCup playoff events, contested by 30 players). Second-placed Mark Calcavecchia (USA) and Zach Johnson (USA) finished 8 shots behind Woods (USA). Woods also collected the first US PGA FedEx Cup and associated $10 million bonus. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2006
America
269 (-11)
$1,170,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Scott, Adam

Score

269 (-11)

Prize money

$1,170,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Nov 2-5). Second-placed Jim Furyk (USA) finished 3 shots behind Scott (Aus). [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2005
America
263 (-17)
$1,080,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Bryant, Bart

Score

263 (-17)

Prize money

$1,080,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Nov 3-6; PGA Tour regular season-ending event). Second-placed Tiger Woods (USA) finished 6 shots behind Bryant (USA), who recorded the last of his three PGA Tour wins. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2004
America
269 (-11)
$1,080,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Goosen, Retief

Score

269 (-11)

Prize money

$1,080,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Nov 4-7). Second-placed Tiger Woods (USA) finished 4 shots behind Goosen (RSA), who claimed his fifth PGA Tour win. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2002
America
268 (-12)
$900,000
Coca-Cola

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Singh, Vijay

Score

268 (-12)

Prize money

$900,000

Title sponsor

Coca-Cola

Played as the Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola (Oct 31-Nov 3). Second-placed Charles Howell III (USA) finished 2 shots behind Singh (Fiji), whose final round 3-under-par 67 was enough to held-off Howell's final round 66. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

2001
Amateur
Dickerson, Bubba
1 up
amateur
USGA

Category

Amateur

Winner (holder)

Dickerson, Bubba

Score

1 up

Prize money

amateur

Title sponsor

USGA

The US Amateur Championship (101st) (Aug 20-26). Ben "Bubba" Dickerson (USA) beat Robert Hamilton (USA) 1 up in the 36-hole final. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Mickelson, Phil

Score

267 (-13)

Prize money

$900,000

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Tour Championship (Nov 2-5). Second-placed Tiger Woods (USA) finished 2 shots behind Mickelson (USA). This was the first time in 20 tournaments, dating back to his third professional start in 1996, that Woods led after 54 holes but didn't close-out the win. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Sutton, Hal

Score

274 (-6)

Prize money

$720,000

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Tour Championship (Oct 28-Nov 1). Hal Sutton (USA) beat Vijay Singh (Fiji) with a birdie at the first playoff hole, to claim his tenth PGA Tour win. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA].

1963
Team Events
USA
23 - 9
PGA / PGA of Am

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

23 - 9

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA / PGA of Am

The Ryder Cup (15th) (Oct 11-13). USA vs Great Britain. Ten top professionals per team competing in 2x four foursomes, 2x four fourballs and 2x eight singles. Result: USA 23, GB 9. Playing captain: Arnold Palmer (USA); non-playing captain: John Fallon (Scot/GB). [East Lake GC, Atlanta, Georgia; at the time known as the East Lake No.1 course of Atlanta Athletic Club].
SUNDAY MORNING SINGLES (eight 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Tony Lema bt Geoffrey Hunt (Eng) 5&3; Johnny Pott lost to Brian Huggett (Wales) 3&1; Arnold Palmer lost to Peter Alliss (Eng) 1 hole; Billy Casper halved with Neil Coles (Eng); Bob Goalby bt Dave Thomas (Wales) 3&2; Gene Littler bt Christy O'Connor (Ire) 1 hole; Julius Boros lost to Harry Weetman (Eng) 1 hole; Dow Finsterwald lost to Bernard Hunt (Eng) 2 holes.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON SINGLES (eight 18-hole matches): Palmer bt George Will (Scot) 3&2; Dave Ragan bt Coles 2&1; Lema halved with Alliss; Littler bt Tom Haliburton (Scot) 6&5; Boros bt Weetman 2&1; Billy Maxwell bt O'Connor 2&1; Finsterwald bt Thomas 4&3; Goalby bt B. Hunt 2&1.
NOTE: Geoffrey and Bernard Hunt were not the first brothers to play together in the same Ryder Cup team. In 1929 and 1931 Charles and Ernest Whitcombe played in the same GB team; in 1935 the Whitcombes were joined in the team by their younger brother Reg.

1950
Amateur
6 & 4
amateur
USGA

Category

Amateur

Winner (holder)

Hanson, Beverly

Score

6 & 4

Prize money

amateur

Title sponsor

USGA

The US Women's Amateur Championship (50th). Hanson (USA) beat Mae Murray (USA) 6 and 4 in the final. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, GA; at the time known as the East Lake course of Atlanta Athletic Club].

1934
America
Laffoon, Ky
286 (-2)
$500
x

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Laffoon, Ky

Score

286 (-2)

Prize money

$500

Title sponsor

x

Played as the inaugural Atlanta Open (March 9-11; not played again until 1945). Second-placed Johnny Golden (USA) finished 6 shots behind Laffoon (USA), who recorded the first of his four wins in 1934. [East Lake course, Atlanta Athletic Club, Atlanta, GA; now called East Lake GC].

1927
America
281 (+1)
amateur
Southern GA

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Jones, Bobby

Score

281 (+1)

Prize money

amateur

Title sponsor

Southern GA

Played as the Southern Open (March 24-26, 28; Southern Golf Assoc event). Second-placed John Golden (USA) and Johnny Farrell (USA) finished 8 shots behind Bobby Jones (USA, amateur). As an amateur, Jones was not entitled to any prize money. Golden and Farrell sought permission to playoff for the first and second-place prize money, rather than splitting it equally as the rules laid down. In their Monday playoff, Golden (70) took the $4,000 first-place prize money, and Farrell (71) the $1,750 for second place. [East Lake GC, Atlanta, Georgia].

1920
America
Edgar, J. Douglas
302
x

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Edgar, J. Douglas

Score

302

Prize money

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Southern Open (Sept 30-Oct 2). Second-placed Bobby Jones (USA, amateur) finished 2 shots behind J. Douglas Edgar (Eng). [East Lake GC, Atlanta, Georgia].

1919
America
293 (+1)
$500
x

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Barnes, Jim

Score

293 (+1)

Prize money

$500

Title sponsor

x

Played as the inaugural Southern Open (Sept 8-10). Second-placed 17-year-old Bobby Jones (USA, amateur) finished 1 shot behind Jim Barnes (Eng). [East Lake GC, Atlanta, Georgia].

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