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Tournament results: WGC - Invitational

Results for the WGC - Invitational are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2021
WGC
264 (-16)
$1,820,000
FedEx/St Jude

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Ancer, Abraham

Score

264 (-16)

Prize money

$1,820,000

Title sponsor

FedEx/St Jude

Played as the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational (Aug 5-8). 30-year-old Abraham Ancer (Mex) beat Sam Burns (USA) and Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn) with a birdie at the second playoff hole (par-4 18th), to record his first PGA Tour win in his 121st start on the Tour. Ancer became the first Mexican golfer to win a WGC event. [TPC Southwind, Memphis, TN].

2020
WGC
cancelled
267 (-13)
$1,820,000
FedEx/St Jude

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

cancelled

Score

267 (-13)

Prize money

$1,820,000

Title sponsor

FedEx/St Jude

Played as the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational (Jul 30-Aug 2; postponed from July 2-5 due to world coronavirus pandemic). Second-placed Tom Lewis (Eng), Daniel Berger (USA), Phil Mickelson (USA) and defending champion Brooks Koepka (USA) finished 3 shots behind Justin Thomas (USA), who claimed his second WGC win. [TPC Southwind, Memphis, TN].

2019
WGC
264 (-16)
$1,745,000
FedEx/St Jude

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Koepka, Brooks

Score

264 (-16)

Prize money

$1,745,000

Title sponsor

FedEx/St Jude

Played as the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational (July 25-28). Second-placed Webb Simpson (USA) finished 3 shots behind Koepka (USA), who claimed his first World Golf Championships win. [TPC Southwind, Memphis, TN].

2018
WGC
265 (-15)
$1,700,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Thomas, Justin

Score

265 (-15)

Prize money

$1,700,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 2-5). Second-placed Kyle Stanley (USA) finished 4 shots behind Thomas (USA). [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2017
WGC
264 (-16)
$1,660,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Matsuyama, Hideki

Score

264 (-16)

Prize money

$1,660,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 3-6). Second-placed Zach Johnson (USA) finished 5 shots behind Matsuyama (Jpn), who won his second World Golf Championships title. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2016
WGC
274 (-6)
$1,620,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Johnson, Dustin

Score

274 (-6)

Prize money

$1,620,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Jun 30-Jul 3). Second-placed Scott Piercy (USA) finished 1 shot behind Johnson (USA), who recorded his second straight win, having won the U.S. Open two weeks earlier. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2015
WGC
269 (-11)
$1,570,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Lowry, Shane

Score

269 (-11)

Prize money

$1,570,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 6-9). Second-placed Bubba Watson (USA) finished 2 shots behind Lowry (Ire), who recorded his first WGC win, first PGA Tour win and third on the European Tour. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2014
WGC
265 (-15)
$1,530,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

McIlroy, Rory

Score

265 (-15)

Prize money

$1,530,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Jul 31-Aug 3). Second-placed Sergo Garcia (Esp) finished 2 shots behind McIlroy (N. Ire), who recorded his first win in a WGC event. Following the win McIlroy regained the No.1 spot in the official world golf rankings. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2013
WGC
265 (-15)
$1,500,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

265 (-15)

Prize money

$1,500,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 1-4). Second-placed Henrik Stenson (USA) and defending champion Keegan Bradley (USA) finished 7 shots behind Woods (USA), who claimed his eighth win in this event. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2012
WGC
267 (-13)
$1,400,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Bradley, Keegan

Score

267 (-13)

Prize money

$1,400,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 2-5). Second-placed Jim Furyk (USA) and Steve Stricker (USA) finished 1 shot behind Bradley (USA), who claimed his first WGC win. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2011
WGC
263 (-17)
$1,400,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Scott, Adam

Score

263 (-17)

Prize money

$1,400,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 4-7). Second-placed Luke Donald (Eng) and Rickie Fowler (USA) finished 4 shots behind Scott (Aus). [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2010
WGC
268 (-12)
$1,400,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Mahan, Hunter

Score

268 (-12)

Prize money

$1,400,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 5-8). Second-placed Ryan Palmer (USA) finished 2 shots behind Mahan (USA). Out of form Tiger Woods finished second to last, 30 shots behind Mahan. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2009
WGC
268 (-12)
$1,400,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

268 (-12)

Prize money

$1,400,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 6-9). Second-placed Padraig Harrington (Ire) and Robert Allenby (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Woods (USA), who claimed a record seventh win in this event. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2008
WGC
270 (-10)
$1,350,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Singh, Vijay

Score

270 (-10)

Prize money

$1,350,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Jul 31-Aug 3). Second-placed Lee Westwood (Eng) and Robert Allenby (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Singh (Fiji). [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2007
WGC
272 (-8)
$1,350,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

272 (-8)

Prize money

$1,350,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 2-5). Second-placed Justin Rose (Eng) and Rory Sabbatini (RSA) finished 8 shots behind Woods (USA). This was Woods' third straight and sixth overall win in this event. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2006
WGC
270 (-10)
$1,300,000
Bridgestone

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

270 (-10)

Prize money

$1,300,000

Title sponsor

Bridgestone

Played as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Aug 24-27). Defending champion Woods (USA) beat Stewart Cink (USA) with a birdie at the fourth playoff hole (par-4 17th). [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2005
WGC
274 (-6)
$1,300,000
NEC

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

274 (-6)

Prize money

$1,300,000

Title sponsor

NEC

Played as the WGC-NEC Invitational (Aug 18-21). Second-placed Chris DiMarco (USA) finished 1 shot behind Woods (USA), who claimed his fourth NEC-Invitational title. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2004
WGC
269 (-11)
$1,200,000
NEC

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Cink, Stewart

Score

269 (-11)

Prize money

$1,200,000

Title sponsor

NEC

Played as the WGC-NEC Invitational (Aug 19-22). Second-placed Tiger Woods (USA) and Rory Sabbatini (RSA) finished 4 shots behind Cink (USA), who recorded his first win in a World Golf Championships event. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2003
WGC
268 (-12)
$1,050,000
NEC

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Clarke, Darren

Score

268 (-12)

Prize money

$1,050,000

Title sponsor

NEC

Played as the WGC-NEC Invitational (Aug 21-24). Second-placed Jonathan Kaye (USA) finished 4 shots behind Clarke (N. Ire). [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2002
WGC
268 (-16)
$1,000,000
NEC

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Parry, Craig

Venue

Sahalee

Score

268 (-16)

Prize money

$1,000,000

Title sponsor

NEC

Played as the WGC-NEC Invitational (Aug 22-25). Second-placed Robert Allenby (Aus) and Fred Funk (USA) finished 4 shots behind Parry (Aus). [Sahalee CC, Sammamish, nr Seattle, WA].

2001
WGC
268 (-12)
$1,000,000
NEC

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

268 (-12)

Prize money

$1,000,000

Title sponsor

NEC

Played as the WGC-NEC Invitational (Aug 23-26). Woods (USA) beat Jim Furyk (USA) with a birdie at the seventh playoff hole (par-4 18th), securing his third straight win at the NEC Invitational. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

2000
WGC
259 (-21)
$1,000,000
NEC

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

259 (-21)

Prize money

$1,000,000

Title sponsor

NEC

Played as the WGC-NEC Invitational (Aug 24-27). Second-placed Justin Leonard (USA) and Phillip Price (Wales) finished 11 shots behind Woods (USA), who claimed his second straight win in this event. [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

1999
WGC
270 (-10)
$1,000,000
NEC

Category

WGC

Winner (holder)

Woods, Tiger

Score

270 (-10)

Prize money

$1,000,000

Title sponsor

NEC

Played as the inaugural WGC-NEC Invitational (Aug 26-29; previously the NEC World Series of Golf, which was not a WGC event). Second-placed Phil Mickelson (USA) finished 1 shot behind Woods (USA). [South course, Firestone CC, Akron, Ohio].

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