Principal Charity Classic

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Principal Charity Classic
Tournament information
Location Des Moines, Iowa
Established 2001
Course(s) Wakonda Club
Par 72
Length 6,959 yards (6,363 m)
Tour(s) Champions Tour
Format Stroke play - 54 holes
(no cut)
Prize fund $1.75 million
Month played June
Tournament record score
Aggregate 197 Gil Morgan (2006)
197 Jay Haas (2012)
To par −16 Gil Morgan (2006)
−16 Jay Haas (2012)
Current champion
United States Tom Pernice, Jr.

The Principal Charity Classic is a golf tournament on the Champions Tour. It is played at the Wakonda Club in Des Moines, Iowa.

The purse for the 2013 tournament was US$1,750,000 with $262,500 going to the winner. The tournament was founded in 2001 as the Allianz Championship. That name is now being used by another tournament in Florida since 2007.

Tournament venues[edit]

Winners[edit]

Year Dates Champion Country Winning score Margin Purse ($)
Principal Charity Classic
2014 May 30 – Jun 1 Tom Pernice, Jr.  United States 204 (−12) Playoff 1,750,000
2013 May 31 – Jun 2 Russ Cochran  United States 205 (−11) 1 stroke 1,750,000
2012 Jun 1–3 Jay Haas  United States 197 (−16) 5 strokes 1,725,000
2011 Jun 3–5 Bob Gilder  United States 199 (−14) 1 stroke 1,725,000
2010 Jun 4–6 Nick Price  Zimbabwe 199 (−14) 4 strokes 1,725,000
2009 May 29–31 Mark McNulty  Zimbabwe
 Ireland
203 (−10) Playoff 1,725,000
2008 May 30 – Jun 1 Jay Haas  United States 203 (−10) 1 stroke 1,725,000
2007 Jun 8–10 Jay Haas  United States 201 (−12) 3 strokes 1,600,000
Allianz Championship
2006 Jun 2–4 Gil Morgan  United States 197 (−16) 1 stroke 1,500,000
2005 Jun 3–5 Tom Jenkins  United States 204 (−9) Playoff 1,500,000
2004 May 21–23 D. A. Weibring  United States 204 (−9) 3 strokes 1,500,000
2003 Aug 22–24 Don Pooley  United States 200 (−13) 3 strokes 1,500,000
2002 Aug 30 – Sep 1 Bob Gilder  United States 200 (−16) 1 stroke 1,850,000
2001 Sep 7–9 Jim Thorpe  United States 199 (−14) 2 strokes 1,750,000

Multiple winners[edit]

Two players have won this tournament more than once through 2013.

External links[edit]