STATISTICS AND RECORDS BOOK

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Attendance History

Thanks to the most fan-friendly tournament venue on the PGA TOUR, the Stadium Course at the Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale, the Phoenix Open attracts the largest galleries of any tournament in the world. Below is the Phoenix Open’s attendance history since 1986, the last year the event was held at Phoenix CC.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday TOTAL

2015 9,455 36,305 75,380 118,461 81,309 159,906 83,552 564,368
2014 6,577 32,456 62,234 88,113 123,674 189,722 60,232 563,008
2013 6,420 33,052 47,103 79,532 121,901 179,022 58,791 525,821
2012 7,515 36,003 49,735 77,035 116,299 173,210 58,447 518,262
2011 | a 5,120 25,300 15,003 38,323 74,225 131,627 61,923 364,554
2010 6,246 35,795 47,476 69,475 101,709 121,221 43,983 425,905
2009 4,795 14,325 43,380 71,901 111,013 164,455 60,425 470,294
2008 4,947 29,045 57,209 83,657 120,891 170,802 71,805 538,356
2007 7,420 17,920 40,425 72,950 113,050 162,750 93,475** 507,990
2006 7,100 30,380 54,036 77,234 117,540 168,337 82,150 536,777
2005 7,150 27,150 47,835 78,864 115,733 165,168 75,947 517,847
2004 7,130 28,272 43,989 71,796 113,088 148,521 90,768 503,564
2003 15,100 31,200 50,700 65,400 102,300 140,700 71,600 477,000
2002 14,150 28,520 49,610 56,600 95,830 164,900 119,600* 529,210
2001 22,520 26,650 45,850 72,650 17,000 78,500 65,760 428,930
2000 14,190 17,160 27,560 62,800 98,500 124,600 70,500 415,310
1999 12,000 28,750 51,300 61,500 89,250 114,450 65,400 422,650
1998 19,250 29,750 58,100 71,750 94,850 129,150 64,750 467,600
1997 14,500 24,400 38,900 69,400 97,500 121,500 57,800 424,000
1996 | b 10,240 20,840 37,500 55,040 97,350 156,875 23,650 421,095
1995 5,025 45,000 18,500 41,275 89,018 119,353 74,369 392,530
1994 2,500 16,000 46,250 49,500 68,700 114,200 68,400 365,500
1993 2,300 31,000 44,000 47,250 72,050 98,000 66,500 361,100
1992 2,000 23,000 42,500 48,750 86,000 112,500 73,250 388,000
1991 5,000 30,000 44,000 52,500 72,500 105,000 56,000 365,000
1990 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 362,000
1989 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 347,000
1988 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 325,500
1987 | c n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 257,000
1986 | d n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 186,000

a | 2011 – 8-day tournament week, PGA TOUR event Thur-Mon due to frost delays. Monday attendance: 13,033
b | 1996 – 8-day tournament week, PGA TOUR event Wed-Sat due to Super Bowl XXX. Sunday opening attendance: 19,600
c | 1987 – 1st year at the TPC of Scottsdale;
d | 1986 – Last year and best-ever attendance at Phoenix CC

Bold Green | Attendance Record

* | Non-Super Bowl Sunday Record
** | Super Bowl Sunday Record

Top 25 All-Time Waste Management Phoenix Open Money Winners (and years played) Through 2014
Player Years Total
1 Phil Mickelson 25 $3,715,862
2 J.B. Holmes 9 $2,288,544
3 Vijay Singh 17 $2,156,115
4 Kenny Perry 25 $2,146,161
5 Chris DiMarco 15 $1,684,955
6 Hunter Mahan 8 $1,665,755
7 Mark Calcavecchia 27 $1,656,700
8 Rocco Mediate 23 $1,550,127
9 Kevin Na 9 $1,431,693
10 Mark Wilson 7 $1,425,466
11 John Rollins 12 $1,296,996
12 Kevin Stadler 6 $1,276,298
13 Aaron Baddeley 12 $1,201,730
14 Bubba Watson 8 $1,162,855
15 Ben Crane 9 $1,151,873
16 Tom Lehman 20 $1,145,691
17 Kyle Stanley 3 $1,109,904
18 Brandt Snedeker 8 $1,084,689
19 Jonathan Kaye 12 $1,065,623
20 David Toms 18 $1,017,144
21 Scott Piercy 6 $974,663
22 Justin Leonard 20 $911,420
23 Scott Verplank 20 $905,566
24 Jesper Parnevik 17 $875,717
25 Jason Dufner 4 $842,380
Low Front 9 at TPC:

28: Chris DiMarco, 2003 (3rd round)
29: Ted Potter Jr., 2013 (3rd round)
29: Mark Wilson, 2012 (4th round)
29: Troy Matteson, 2009 (3rd round)
29: Phil Mickelson, 2005 (2nd round)
29: John Huston, 2003 (1st round)
29: Rory Sabbatini, 2003 (2nd round)
29: Vijay Singh, 2003 (4th round)
29: Steve Stricker, 2001
29: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001
29: Hal Sutton, 1993
29: Dillard Pruitt, 1992
29: Mark Lye, 1991
29: Davis Love III, 1989
29: Steve Elkington, 1989
29: Bob Lohr, 1988
29: Payne Stewart, 1987

Low Back 9 at TPC

29: Phil Mickelson, 2013 (1st round)
29: Rickie Fowler, 2011 (2nd round)
29: J.J.Henry, 2006 (2nd round)
29: Scott Verplank, 1998
29: Grant Waite, 1996

Low 18

60: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC (1st round)
60: Phil Mickelson, 2005, TPC (2nd round)
60: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC
60: Grant Waite, 1996, TPC
61: Scott Piercy, 2013, TPC (4th round)
61: J.J. Henry, 2006, TPC (2nd round)
61: Don Pooley, 1986, Phoenix CC
61: Ben Crenshaw, 1979, Phoenix CC
61: Johnny Miller, 1975, Phoenix CC
61: Homero Blancas, 1972, Phoenix CC
61: Johnny Miller, 1970, Phoenix CC
62: Brendan Steele, 2014, TPC (3rd round)
62: Ryan Moore, 2013, TPC (4th round)
62: Steve Stricker, 2001, TPC
62: Steve Jones, 1997, TPC
62: Mark Calcavecchia, 1996, TPC
62: Curt Byrum, 1996, TPC
62: Doug Tewell, 1987, TPC
62: J.C. Snead, 1973, Arizona CC
62: Billy Casper, 1971, Arizona CC
62: Gene Littler, 1969, Arizona CC
62: Doug Sanders, 1961, Arizona CC
62: Harrison Frazar, 2003, TPC
62: Camilo Villegas, 2010, TPC (1st round)

Low First 36

125: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC 60-65
125: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC 65-60
126: Steve Jones, 1997, TPC 62-64
128: J.J.Henry, 2006, TPC 67-61
128: Hal Sutton, 1986, Phoenix CC 64-64
128: Ben Crenshaw, 1979, Phoenix CC 67-61
128: Johnny Miller, 1975, Phoenix CC 67-61
128: Tommy Gainey, 2011, TPC 63-65
128: Spencer Levin, 2012, TPC 65-63
129: Tim Petrovic, 2003, TPC 66-63
129: Harrison Frazar, 2003, TPC 62-67
129: Jeff Quinney, 2007, TPC 66-63
129: Mark Wilson, 2011 65-64

Low Consecutive 36

124: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC 60-64 (2nd & 3rd rounds)
125: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC 60-65 (1st & 2nd rounds)
125: Scott Piercy, 2013, TPC 64-61 (3rd & 4th rounds)
126: Phil Mickelson, 2005, TPC 60-66 (2nd & 3rd rounds)

Low Last 36

125: Scott Piercy, 2013, TPC 64-61
128: Vijay Singh, 2003, TPC 65-63
128: Lee Janzen, 2002, TPC 64-64
128: Lanny Wadkins, 1982, Phoenix CC 63-65
128: Billy Casper, 1971, Arizona CC, 66-62
128: Gene Littler, 1969, Arizona CC 62-66
128: Aaron Baddeley, 2007, TPC 64-64

Low 54

189: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC 60-65-64
189: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC 65-60-64
191: Steve Jones, 1997, TPC 62-64-65
195: Rocco Mediate, 2001, TPC 68-63-64
196: Harrison Frazar, 2003, TPC 62-67-67
196: David Duval, 1997, TPC 66-65-65
196: Hal Sutton, 1986, Phoenix CC 64-64-68
196: Johnny Miller, 1975, Phoenix CC 67-61-68
196: Miller Barber, 1971, Arizona CC 65-64-67
196: Tommy Gainey, 2011, TPC 63-65-68
196: Spencer Levin, 2012, TPC 65-63-68

Low Consecutive 54

189: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC 60-65-64 (1st, 2nd & 3rd rounds)
189: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC 65-60-64 (1st, 2nd & 3rd rounds)
191: Scott Piercy, 2013, TPC 66-64-61 (2nd, 3rd & 4th rounds)

Low 72

256: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC 60-65-64-67
256: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC 65-60-64-67
258: Steve Jones, 1997, TPC 62-64-65-67
260: Brandt Snedeker, 2013, TPC 64-66-65-65
260: Johnny Miller, 1975, Phoenix CC 67-61-68-64
261: Scott Piercy, 2013, TPC 70-66-64-61
261: Vijay Singh, 2003, TPC 67-66-65-63
261: Miller Barber, 1971, Arizona CC 65-64-67-65

Most Strokes Under Par for 72 Holes

28: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC
28: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC
24: Brandt Snedeker, 2013, TPC

Most Birdies in 72 Holes

32: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC
29: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC

Most Strokes Under Par - Par 3’s Since 1987

-9: Phil Mickelson, 2013
-7: Chris DiMarco, 2003
-7: Brandt Snedeker, 2013

Most Players Lower Than 20-Under Par at TPC

4: (2013)- Phil Mickelson (-28), Brandt Snedeker (-24), Scott Piercy (-23), Ryan Moore (-22)
2: (2007)- Aaron Baddley (-21), John Rollins (-20)
2: (2003)- Vijay Singh (-23), John Huston (-20)
2: (2001)- Mark Calcavecchia (-28), Rocco Mediate (-20)

Most Consecutive Birdies at the TPC

7: J.J.Henry, 2006 2nd Round, (holes 9-15)
6: Justin Leonard, 2004 3rd Round, (holes 13-18)
6: Chris DiMarco, 2004 4th Round (holes 10-15)
6: Steve Stricker, 2003
6: Ed Fiori, 1992
6: Mark Lye, 1991

Longest Birdie-Eagle Streak at TPC

5: Grant Waite, 1996 (E, B, E, B, B)
5: Ben Crenshaw, 1995 (B, E, B, B, B)
5: Ken Green, 1994 (B, E, B, E, B)

Lowest 1st Round

60: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC
62: Camilo Villegas, 2010, TPC
62: Harrison Frazar, 2003, TPC
62: Steve Jones, 1997, TPC
62: J.C. Snead, 1973, Arizona CC

Lowest 2nd Round

60: Phil Mickelson, 2005, TPC
60: Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC
61: J.J.Henry, 2006, TPC
61: Don Pooley, 1986, Phoenix CC
61: Ben Crenshaw, 1979, Phoenix CC
61: Johnny Miller, 1975, Phoenix CC
61: Homero Blancas, 1972, Phoenix CC
62: Steve Stricker, 2003, TPC
62: Steve Stricker, 2001, TPC

Lowest 3rd Round

61: Johnny Miller, 1970, Phoenix CC
62: Brendan Steele, 2014, TPC
62: Chris DiMarco, 2003, TPC
62: Doug Tewell, 1987, TPC
62: Gene Littler, 1969, Arizona CC

Lowest 4th Round

60: Grant Waite, 1996, TPC
61: Scott Piercy, 2013, TPC

Lowest 4th Round by Winner

63: Mark Calcavecchia, 1992, TPC
63: Vijay Singh, 2003, TPC
64: Aaron Baddeley, 2007, TPC
65: Hunter Mahan, 2010, TPC
65: Kyle Stanley, 2012, TPC

Lowest Start by Winner

60: Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC
62: Steve Jones, 1997, TPC

Highest Start by Winner

74: Harold McSpaden, 1944, Phoenix CC
73: Phil Mickelson, 2005, TPC
73: Dudley Wysong, 1966, Phoenix CC
72: Cary Middelcoff, 1956, Phoenix CC
72: Kenny Perry, 2009, TPC Scottsdale
71: Dale Douglass, 1970, Phoenix CC
71: Rod Funseth, 1965, Arizona CC
71: Jack Nicklaus, 1964, Phoenix CC
71: Ed Furgol, 1954, Phoenix CC
71: Lloyd Mangrum, 1953, Phoenix CC
71: Brooks Koepka, 2015, TPC
70: Vijay Singh, 1995, TPC

Highest 4th Round by Winner

73: Jerry Pate, 1977, Phoenix CC
73: Jimmy Demaret, 1949, Phoenix CC
72: Harry Cooper, 1933, Phoenix CC
71: Rocco Mediate, 1999, TPC
71: Nolan Henke, 1991, TPC
71: J.B.Holmes, 2008, TPC

Highest 72 Hole Total by Winner

285: Ralph Guldahl, 1932, Phoenix CC
281: Harry Cooper, 1933, Phoenix CC
278: Dudley Wysong, 1966, Phoenix CC
278: Jimmy Demaret, 1949, Phoenix CC

Highest 72 Hole Total by Winner

273: Rocco Mediate, 1999, TPC
273: Lee Janzen, 1993, TPC

Three-Time Phoenix Open Winners

Phil Mickelson : 1996, 2005, 2013
Mark Calcavecchia: 1989, 1992, 2001
Gene Littler: 1955, 1959, 1969
Arnold Palmer: 1961, 1962, 1963

Two-time Phoenix Open Winner

J.B.Holmes : 2006, 2008
Vijay Singh: 1995, 2003
Bob Gilder: 1976, 1983
Miller Barber: 1971, 1978
Johnny Miller: 1974, 1975
Lloyd Mangrum: 1952, 1953
Jimmy Demaret: 1949, 1950
Byron Nelson: 1939, 1945
Ben Hogan: 1946, 1947
Ed Oliver: 1940, 1941

Youngest Phoenix Open Winners

Ralph Guldahl, 1932 AZ Open: 20 years, 2 months and 9 days
Jerry Pate, 1977, 23 years, three months and three days
J.B.Holmes, 2006, 23 years, nine months and nine days
Kyle Stanley, 2012, 24 years, two months and seventeen days
Brooks Koepka, 2015: 24 years, eight months, 26 days

Oldest Phoenix Open Winners

Kenny Perry, 2009, 48 years, three months and twenty-one days
Julius Boros, 1967, 46 years, eleven months and nine days
Miller Barber, 1978, 46 years, ten months and two days
Phil Mickelson, 2013, 42 years, seven months and eighteen days
Calvin Peete, 1985, 41 years, six months and two days

First Career Win at the Phoenix Open

1954 Ed Furgol
1965 Rod Funseth
1966 Dudley Wysong
1976 Bob Gilder
1980 Jeff Mitchell
1987 Paul Azinger
1990 Tommy Armour III
1998 Jesper Parnevik
2006 J.B. Holmes
2012 Kyle Stanley
2014 Kevin Stadler
2015 Brooks Koepka

PGA TOUR Rookies To Win the Phoenix Open

J.B.Holmes, 2006

First Phoenix Open Start and Career Win

2006: J.B. Holmes
2012: Kyle Stanley
2015: Brooks Koepka

Largest Margin of Victory

14: Johnny Miller over Jerry Heard, 1975, Phoenix CC
12: Arnold Palmer over Jack Nicklaus, 1962, Phoenix CC
12: Byron Nelson over Ben Hogan, 1939, Phoenix CC
11: Steve Jones over Jesper Parnevik, 1997, TPC

Largest Leading Margin After 18 Holes

4 shots, Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC
3 shots, Davis Love III, 1988, TPC
3 shots, Arnold Palmer, 1962, Phoenix CC
3 shots, Paul Runyan, 1940, Phoenix CC

Largest Leading Margin After 36 Holes

6 shots, Johnny Miller, 1975, Phoenix CC
6 shots, Byron Nelson, 1939, Phoenix CC
5 shots, Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC
5 shots, Steve Jones, 1997, TPC
5 shots, Spencer Levin, 2012, TPC
4 shots, J.J. Henry, 2006, TPC

Largest Leading Margin After 54 Holes

12 shots, Byron Nelson, 1939, Phoenix CC
7 shots, Johnny Miller, 1975, Phoenix CC
6 shots, Phil Mickelson, 2013, TPC
6 shots, Mark Calcavecchia, 2001, TPC
6 shots, Rocco Mediate, 1999, TPC
6 shots, Spencer Levin, 2012, TPC

Come-From-Behind Victories
8 shots back after 18 holes: Harold McSpaden, 1944
7 shots back after 18 holes: Brooks Koepka, 2015;
Kenny Perry, 2009;
Dale Douglass, 1970;
Dudley Wysong, 1966;
Ed Furgol, 1954
6 shots back after 18 holes: Vijay Singh, 1995
Phil Mickelson, 2005
Hunter Mahan, 2010
7 shots back after 36 holes: Sandy Lyle, 1988;
Dudley Wysong, 1966
Hunter Mahan, 2010
Brooks Koepka, 2015
6 shots back after 36 holes: Aaron Baddeley, 2007
8 shots back after 54 holes: Kyle Stanley, 2012
7 shots back after 54 holes: Sandy Lyle, 1988
Sudden-Death Playoffs

2011: Mark Wilson def. Jason Dufner, 2 holes
2009: Kenny Perry def. Charley Hoffman, 3 holes
2008: J.B.Holmes def. Phil Mickelson, 1 hole
1996: Phil Mickelson def. Justin Leonard, 3 holes
1995: Vijay Singh def. Billy Mayfair, 1 hole
1988: Sandy Lyle def. Fred Couples, 3 holes
1983: Bob Gilder def. Rex Caldwell, Johnny Miller & Mark O’Meara, 8 holes
1977: Jerry Pate def. Dave Stockton, 1 hole
1972: Homero Blancas def. Lanny Wadkins, 1 hole
1954: Ed Furgol def. Cary Middlecoff, 1 hole

18-Hole Playoffs

1961: Arnold Palmer (67) def. Doug Sanders (70), 18 holes
1960: Jack Fleck (68) def. Bill Collins (71), 18 holes
1949: Jimmy Demaret (67) def. Ben Hogan (70), 18 holes
1946: Ben Hogan (68) def. Herman Keiser (70), 18 holes
1944: Harold McSpaden (70) def. Byron Nelson (72), 18 holes

Most Years Played

28: Gene Littler
27: Mark Calcavecchia
26: Billy Mayfair
26: Phil Mickelson
26: Kenny Perry
25: Tom Purtzer
25: Paul Azinger
23: Howard Twitty
23: Tommy Armour III
23: Rocco Mediate

Most Rounds Played

105: Gene Littler
92: Phil Mickelson
92: Mark Calcavecchia
87: Tom Purtzer
84: Don January

Holes-In-One at the TPC

2015: Francisco Molinari, 16th hole, pitching wedge, 133-yards
2011: Jarrod Lyle, 16th hole, 8 iron, 150 yards
2011: Brendon Steele, 12th hole, 7-iron, 174 yards
2008: Wil Mackenzie, 12th hole, 6-iron, 185 yards
2007: Health Slocum, 4th hole, 7-iron, 179 yards
2003: Bob Burns, 4th hole, 6-iron, 175 yards
2003: Tim Herron, 4th hole, 7-iron, 182 yards
2002: Mike Sposa, 16th hole, 7-iron, 2nd round
2001: Andrew Magee, 17th hole, driver, 1st round
1998: Wayne Levi, 12th hole, 4-iron, 2nd round
1997: Steve Stricker, 16th hole, 6-iron, 4th round
1997: Tiger Woods, 16th hole, 9-iron, 3rd round
1992: Bruce Lietzke, 4th hole, 8-iron, 4th round
1992: Mark Calcavecchia, 4th hole, 8-iron, 1st round
1991: Jay Delsing, 16th hole, 9-iron, 3rd round
1990: Brad Bryant, 16th hole, 1st round
1990: Andrew Magee, 4th hole, 1st round
1990: David Edwards, 16th hole, 3rd round
1990: Bill Sander, 4th hole, 9-iron, 3rd round
1989: Billy Pierot, 7th hole, 1st round
1988: Hal Sutton, 16th hole, 3rd round
1987: Larry Rinker, 12th hole, 5-iron, 2nd round

Double Eagles at the TPC

1990: Tom Pernice, Jr., 15th hole

“Making the Cut” at the TPC (since 1987)
Year: Cut Score (# Making Cut)
2015 143 (76)
2014 141 (77)
2013 138 (74)
2012 142 (78)
2011 139 (74)
2010 139 (78)
2009 142 (71)
2008 140 (70)
2007 140 (74)
2006 141 (72)
2005 145 (77)
2004 142 (70)
2003 138 (70)
2002 141 (70)
2001 140 (71)
2000 142 (79)
1999 147 (71)
1998 142 (72)
1997 141 (73)
1996 142 (70)
1995 141 (70)
1994 141 (73)
1993 141 (76)
1992 141 (79)
1991 140 (80)
1990 143 (82)
1989 143 (84)
1988 141 (69)
1987 142 (76)
Round-by-Round Scoring Averages at TPC
YEAR 1ST RD. 2ND RD. 3RD RD. 4TH RD. OVERALL
2015: 70.697 72.023 69.553 69.855 70.752
2014: 70.341 70.705 70.338 71.364 70.644
2013: 69.015 68.90 69.365 68.527 68.954
2012: 70.470 71.214 70.878 70.462 70.758
2011: 69.885 71.000 68.689 70.405 69.516
2010: 70.111 69.294 70.244 70.449 69.930
2009: 71.356 71.031 69.887 70.690 70.877
2008: 70.508 69.939 69.986 70.942 70.306
2007: 70.377 69.899 69.270 69.370 69.845
2006: 70.473 70.469 69.806 70.423 70.343
2005: 74.145 70.225 70.078 70.948 71.572
2004: 70.894 70.754 69.329 70.757 70.552
2003: 69.667 68.742 68.639 69.347 69.130
2002: 71.394 69.687 69.843 70.100 70.345
2001: 69.977 70.219 71.592 70.127 70.363
2000: 70.748 71.108 69.797 71.342 70.792
1999: 74.523 72.913 71.958 72.718 73.239
1998: 71.076 71.123 71.000 70.986 71.061
1997: 71.045 70.162 69.288 71.603 70.549
1996: 71.000 71.244 69.814 69.329 70.576
1995: 72.242 69.791 69.986 70.029 70.673
1994: 70.780 70.824 70.548 70.233 70.655
1993: 70.588 70.508 72.299 72.855 71.297
1992: 70.712 70.015 69.633 69.924 70.145
1991: 70.361 70.076 69.650 69.713 70.027
1990: 72.077 71.028 71.277 72.951 71.758
1989: 70.389 72.786 70.129 69.786 70.969
1988: 71.951 71.106 71.714 71.855 71.275
1987: 71.141 71.460 69.724 70.987 70.960
Going for the Green on 16

Closest To The Pin Challenge
(Cumulative Over 4 Rounds)

2014: Cameron Tringale
2013: Phil Mickelson (57′)
2012: Rod Pampling (40′ 1″)
2011: Chez Reavie (42′ 9″)
2010: Rickie Fowler (45′ 3″)

Buick 15th Hole Challenge

2nd shot closest to the pin on par-5 on Saturday or Sunday wins $10,000:

2005: John Huston, 4 inches (driver, 3-iron)

2nd shot closest to the pin on par-5 15th hole on Saturday and Sunday wins $15,000:

2004: Chris Smith, 8 ft, 6in (driver, 7-iron)
2003: Robert Gamez, 4 ft 10 in (driver, 5-iron)
2002: Charles Howell III, 3 ft 10 in (driver, 6-iron)
2001: Steve Pate, 6 ft 7 in (driver, 3-wood)
2000: David Peoples, 4 ft (driver, 3-wood)
1999: Kevin Wentworth, 4 ft 2-1/2 in (driver, 3-iron)
1998: David Sutherland, 6 ft 2 in (driver, 5-iron)
1997: Guy Boros, 3 ft 10 in (driver, 3-iron)
1996: Blaine McCallister, 3 ft 9-1/2 in (driver, 6-iron)
1995: Payne Stewart, 9 ft 4-1/4 in (driver, 2-iron)
1994: Clark Dennis, 7 ft 4 in
1993: Marco Dawson, 7 ft 7-1/2 in
1992: Lee Janzen, 8 ft 8 in
1991: Duffy Waldorf, 4 ft 9 in

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