Dick's Sporting Goods Open
|Location||Endicott, New York, U.S.|
|Course(s)||En-Joie Golf Club|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||195 Lonnie Nielsen (2009)|
|To par||–21 Lonnie Nielsen (2009)|
The Dick's Sporting Goods Open is a Champions Tour event. It debuted in July 2007, supplanting the B.C. Open, a now-defunct PGA Tour event, which was held annually from 1971 to 2006. It is sponsored by Dick's Sporting Goods.
The tournament is played at the En-Joie Golf Club in Endicott in Upstate New York. En-Joie Golf Club first opened in 1927 under the original design of Ernie Smith. The golf course was originally built by George F. Johnson, the owner of the Endicott-Johnson Shoe Company. Johnson created the golf course as a place of recreation for his employees who worked at the local shoe factory in Endicott. In 1998 and 1999, the golf course layout was renovated by Michael Hurdzan. He changed the original relatively flat, round greens into very large, undulating greens that challenge all level of golfers. With narrow, tree-lined fairways coupled with large, elevated greens En-Joie golf course is a true test for golfers of all skill levels.
The 2012 purse was $1,800,000, with $270,000 going to the winner.
|To par||Margin of
|2013||Bart Bryant||United States||200||–16||1 stroke||Russ Cochran, Corey Pavin|
|2012||Willie Wood||United States||203||–13||Playoff||Michael Allen|
|2011||John Huston||United States||200||–17||3 strokes||Nick Price|
|2010||Loren Roberts||United States||201||–15||1 stroke||Fred Funk|
|2009||Lonnie Nielsen||United States||195||–21||2 strokes||Ronnie Black, Fred Funk|
|2008||Eduardo Romero||Argentina||199||–17||3 strokes||Fulton Allem, Gary Koch|
|2007||R. W. Eaks||United States||199||–17||3 strokes||Bruce Vaughan|
Concert on the Green
|2014||Zac Brown Band|
|2012||Sonia Leigh (opening act) Train (headliner)|
|2009||Huey Lewis and the News|
|2008||Hootie and the Blowfish, Colbie Caillat|
|2007||Eddie Money, John Waite|