Straight Down Fall Classic

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The Straight Down Fall Classic is a professional golf team tournament. It is played at San Luis Golf and Country Club near San Luis Obispo, California the weekend after the PGA Tour's final tournament of a season. It pairs a professional with an amateur who play as a team over two days. The format is 36 holes pro-am, four-ball stroke play at scratch. The purse for the 2011 tournament was $125,000 with $25,000 for the pro champion, $2,500 for the club pro champion. The main sponsor, Straight Down, is an athletic clothing company which also sponsors PGA Tour golfers. The event began in 1997.

Pro Winners[edit]

Year Team Score Prize
2014 Doug Garwood and Joe Bendetti 128 $20,000
2013 Jason Gore and Kevin Marsh 126 $22,500
2012 Scott Heyn and Corby Segal 130p $22,500
2011 Brendan Steele and Greg Wells 130p $25,000
2010 Loren Roberts and Michael Rowley 128 $25,000
2009 Jeff Brehaut and Todd Barsotti 130 $25,000
2008 Jason Gore and Kevin Marsh,
Tim Fleming and Alan Bratton
127t $25,000
2007 Roger Tambellini and Michael Rowley 130 $25,000
2006 Edward Loar and Don Woodward 131p $20,000
2005 Charley Hoffman and Ed Cuff, Jr. 130 $20,000
2004 Tom Pernice, Jr. and Ed Cuff, Jr. 128p $20,000
2003 Edward Loar and John Pate 127 $20,000
2002 Roger Tambellini and Michael Rowley 127 $20,000
2001 Paul Stankowski and Brad Payne 126p $20,000
2000 Larry Mize and Jim Lehman 128 $20,000
1999 Roger Tambellini and Michael Rowley 132 $15,000
1998 Scott Cartwright and Dave Thomas 129 $15,000
1997 Dennis Paulson and Ed Cuff, Jr. 132 $5,000

p — Won a sudden death playoff.
t — Sudden death playoff called for darkness after four holes.

Club Pro Winners[edit]

This list is incomplete.

Year Team Score Prize
2008 Tim Fleming and Alan Bratton 127 $2,500
2007 Tim Fleming and Alan Bratton 136 $2,500
2006 Michael Henderson and Steve Nicholls 131 $2,500
2005 Mark Sherman and Jeff Wilson 131 $2,500
2004 Mark Sherman and Jeff Wilson 128 $2,500
2003 Brad Martin and Randy Haag 133 $2,500

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