1990 Senior PGA Tour

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The 1990 Senior PGA Tour was the 11th season since the Senior PGA Tour officially began in 1980 (it was renamed the Champions Tour in 2003). The season consisted of 38 official money events with purses totalling $17,800,000, including four majors. Lee Trevino won the most tournaments, seven. The tournament results, leaders, and award winners are listed below.

Tournament results[edit]

The following table shows all the official money events for the 1990 season. "Date" is the ending date of the tournament. The numbers in parentheses after the winners' names are the number of wins they had on the tour up to and including that event. Senior majors are shown in bold. Golfers winning on their Senior PGA Tour debut are shown in italics.

Date Tournament Location Purse ($) Winner Score 1st prize ($)
Jan 7 MONY Senior Tournament of Champions California 250,000 United States George Archer (2) 283 (−5) 37,500
Feb 4 Royal Caribbean Classic Florida 400,000 United States Lee Trevino (1) 206 (−7) 60,000
Feb 11 GTE Suncoast Classic Florida 450,000 United States Mike Hill (1) 207 (−9) 67,500
Feb 18 Aetna Challenge Florida 400,000 United States Lee Trevino (2) 200 (−16) 60,000
Mar 4 Vintage Chrysler Invitational California 400,000 United States Lee Trevino (3) 205 (−11) 60,000
Mar 18 Vantage at The Dominion Texas 300,000 United States Jim Dent (3) 205 (−11) 45,000
Apr 1 The Tradition at Desert Mountain Arizona 800,000 United States Jack Nicklaus (1) 206 (−10) 120,000
Apr 15 PGA Seniors' Championship Florida 450,000 South Africa Gary Player (15) 281 (−7) 75,000
Apr 29 Murata Reunion Pro-Am Texas 400,000 United States Frank Beard (1) 207 (−9) 60,000
May 6 Las Vegas Senior Classic Nevada 450,000 United States Chi Chi Rodriguez (14) 204 (−12) 67,500
May 13 Southwestern Bell Classic Oklahoma 450,000 United States Jimmy Powell (1) 208 (−8) 67,500
May 20 Doug Sanders Kingwood Celebrity Classic Texas 300,000 United States Lee Trevino (4) 203 (−13) 45,000
May 27 Bell Atlantic Classic Pennsylvania 500,000 United States Dale Douglass (6) 206 (−4) 75,000
Jun 3 NYNEX Commemorative New York 350,000 United States Lee Trevino (5) 199 (−11) 52,500
Jun 10 Mazda Senior Tournament Players Championship Michigan 1,000,000 United States Jack Nicklaus (2) 261 (−27) 150,000
Jun 17 MONY Syracuse Senior Classic New York 400,000 United States Jim Dent (4) 199 (−17) 60,000
Jun 24 Digital Seniors Classic Massachusetts 350,000 New Zealand Bob Charles (14) 203 (−13) 52,500
Jul 1 U.S. Senior Open New Jersey 450,000 United States Lee Trevino (6) 275 (−13) 90,000
Jul 8 Northville Long Island Classic New York 450,000 United States George Archer (3) 208 (−8) 67,500
Jul 15 Kroger Senior Classic Ohio 600,000 United States Jim Dent (5) 133 (−9) 90,000
Jul 22 Ameritech Senior Open Michigan 500,000 United States Chi Chi Rodriguez (15) 203 (−13) 75,000
Jul 29 Newport Cup Rhode Island 300,000 United States Al Kelley (1) 134 (−10) 45,000
Aug 5 PaineWebber Invitational North Carolina 450,000 Australia Bruce Crampton (16) 205 (−11) 67,500
Aug 12 Sunwest Bank Charley Pride Senior Golf Classic New Mexico 350,000 United States Chi Chi Rodriguez (16) 205 (−11) 52,500
Aug 19 Showdown Classic Utah 350,000 United States Rives McBee (2) 202 (−14) 52,500
Aug 26 GTE Northwest Classic Washington 350,000 United States George Archer (4) 205 (−11) 52,500
Sep 2 GTE North Classic Indiana 450,000 United States Mike Hill (2) 201 (−15) 67,500
Sep 9 Vantage Bank One Classic Kentucky 300,000 United States Rives McBee (3) 201 (−15) 45,000
Sep 16 Greater Grand Rapids Open Michigan 300,000 United States Don Massengale (1) 134 (−8) 45,000
Sep 23 Crestar Classic Virginia 350,000 United States Jim Dent (6) 202 (−14) 52,500
Sep 30 Fairfield Barnett Space Coast Classic Florida 300,000 United States Mike Hill (3) 200 (−16) 45,000
Oct 7 Vantage Championship North Carolina 1,500,000 United States Charles Coody (2) 202 (−14) 202,500
Oct 14 Gatlin Brothers Southwest Senior Classic Texas 300,000 Australia Bruce Crampton (17) 204 (−12) 45,000
Oct 21 Transamerica Senior Golf Championship California 500,000 United States Lee Trevino (7) 205 (−11) 75,000
Oct 28 Rancho Murieta Senior Gold Rush California 400,000 United States George Archer (5) 204 (−12) 60,000
Nov 4 Security Pacific Senior Classic California 500,000 United States Mike Hill (4) 201 (−12) 75,000
Dec 9 GTE Kaanapali Classic Hawaii 450,000 New Zealand Bob Charles (15) 206 (−4) 67,500
Dec 16 New York Life Champions Puerto Rico 1,000,000 United States Mike Hill (5) 201 (−15) 150,000

Source:[1]

Leaders[edit]

Scoring Average leaders

Rank Player Country Average
1 Lee Trevino  United States 68.89
2 Gary Player  South Africa 69.96
3 George Archer  United States 69.99
4 Mike Hill  United States 70.06
5 Chi Chi Rodriguez  United States 70.11

Source:[2]

Money List leaders

Rank Player Country Earnings ($) Events Wins
1 Lee Trevino  United States 1,190,518 28 7
2 Mike Hill  United States 895,678 32 5
3 Charles Coody  United States 762,901 32 1
4 George Archer  United States 749,691 32 4
5 Chi Chi Rodriguez  United States 729,788 31 3

Source:[3]

Career Money List leaders

Rank Player Country Earnings ($) Wins
1 Bob Charles  New Zealand 2,494,732 15
2 Miller Barber  United States 2,488,787 24
3 Chi Chi Rodriguez  United States 2,235,159 16
4 Bruce Crampton  Australia 2,147,530 17
5 Orville Moody  United States 2,136,180 9

Source:[4]

Awards[edit]

Award Winner Country
Player of the Year (Jack Nicklaus Trophy) Lee Trevino  United States
Money winner (Arnold Palmer Award) Lee Trevino  United States
Scoring leader (Byron Nelson Award) Lee Trevino  United States
Rookie of the Year Lee Trevino  United States

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2014 Champions Tour Media Guide: Section 5: All-Time Records". PGA Tour. pp. 25–26. Retrieved April 1, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Scoring Average – 1990 Senior PGA Tour". PGA Tour. Retrieved April 1, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Money Leaders – 1990 Senior PGA Tour". PGA Tour. Retrieved April 1, 2014. 
  4. ^ "Career Money Leaders – 1990 Senior PGA Tour". PGA Tour. Retrieved April 1, 2014. 

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