TaylorMade Pebble Beach Invitational

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The TaylorMade Golf Pebble Beach Invitational is a non-tour professional golf tournament. The event debuted in 1972. The 2016 purse was $300,000 with $60,000 going to the individual winner. There is also a team competition. Professionals from the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, PGA Tour Champions, and Web.com Tour all compete against each other. Tee placements vary for each tour, based on average driving distances.

Winners[edit]

Year Player Country Runner(s)-up Ref
TaylorMade Pebble Beach Invitational
2016 Scott McCarron  United States United States Kevin Sutherland [1]
2015 Jeff Gove  United States United States Kevin Sutherland, United States Duffy Waldorf
Callaway Pebble Beach Invitational
2014 Tommy Armour III  United States United States Lee Janzen
2013 Kevin Kisner  United States United States Chesson Hadley
2012 Tommy Gainey  United States United States William McGirt, United States Kirk Triplett
2011 Harrison Frazar  United States United States Cameron Tringale
Callaway Golf Pebble Beach Invitational
2010 John Mallinger  United States United States Jason Gore
2009 Mark Brooks  United States United States Rickie Fowler, United States D.A. Points [2]
2008 Tommy Armour III  United States United States Brock Mackenzie, United States Scott Simpson [2]
2007 Tommy Armour III  United States United States Ronnie Black, United States Rocco Mediate [2]
2006 Jason Bohn  United States United States Scott Simpson [2]
2005 Nick Watney  United States United States Peter Tomasulo [2]
2004 Jeff Brehaut  United States United States Kevin Sutherland [2]
2003 John Daly  United States United States Jim Thorpe, United States Bo Van Pelt [2]
2002 Mark Brooks  United States United States Jeff Gove [3]
2001 Olin Browne  United States United States Todd Barrangen [3][4]
2000 Kevin Sutherland  United States United States Don Pooley [5]
1999 Rocco Mediate  United States Sweden Annika Sörenstam [6]
1998 Tom Lehman  United States United States Rocco Mediate, United States Kirk Triplett [7]
1997 Loren Roberts  United States United States Johnny Miller [8]
Merrill Lynch Pebble Beach Invitational
1996 Kirk Triplett  United States United States David Ogrin [9]
Pebble Beach Invitational
1995 Ronnie Black  United States United States Bob Ford, United States Kenny Perry,
United States Kirk Triplett, United States Kris Tschetter
[10]
1994 Robert Gamez  United States United States Kirk Triplett [11]
1993 (November) Bruce Fleisher  United States United States Bruce Fleisher [12]
1993 (January) Mark Brooks  United States United States Bob May [13]
Ben Hogan Pebble Beach Invitational
1992 Loren Roberts  United States United States Mike Reid [14]
Spalding Invitational
1990 Juli Inkster  United States United States Mark Brooks [15]
1989 (December) Mark Calcavecchia  United States Canada Dave Barr, United States Bill Glasson [16]
1989 (January) Bob Gilder  United States United States Rob Boldt [17]
1988 Lennie Clements  United States United States Ken Green, United States Tim Norris, United States Dan Pohl [18]
1987 Ken Green  United States United States Don Pooley, United States Willie Wood [19]
1986 Tim Norris  United States United States Mark Brooks, United States Dan Forsman [20]
1985 Peter Oosterhuis  England United States Johnny Miller <[21]
1983 (December) Johnny Miller  United States United States Bob Gilder [22]
1983 (January) Peter Oosterhuis  England United States Jay Haas [23]
1982 Jay Haas  United States United States Bobby Clampett <[24]
1981 John Mahaffey  United States United States Buddy Allin [25]
1980 Bobby Clampett (amateur)  United States United States Mike Reid [26]
1979 Al Geiberger  United States United States George Bayer, United States Bobby Clampett [27]
1977 Rod Funseth  United States United States George Cadle [28]
1976 (December) Mark Pfeil  United States United States Ron Cerrudo, United States Rod Funseth [29]
Lynx Invitational
1976 (January) David Glenz  United States United States Bob Risch [30]
Confidence Open
1975 Forrest Fezler  United States United States Bob Wynn [31][32]
1973 Rod Funseth  United States Australia Bob Stanton [33]
Hyatt Invitational
1972 Rafe Botts  United States United States Jim Wiechers [34]

References[edit]

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  31. ^ "Official Money or Not, It Pays Fezler's Bills". The San Mateo Times. San Mateo, California. January 6, 1975. p. 19. 
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  34. ^ "Monterey Golf Win For Botts". Oakland Tribune. Oakland, California. December 31, 1972. p. 16. 

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