Tampa Bay Championship
Transitions Championship PGA Tournament
March 13 - 16, 2014
Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club
Tampa Bay, Florida
Purse: $5.5 million
Winning Share: $990,000
FedExCup Points: 500
Valspar Championship formely Tampa Bay Championship and Transitions Championship, is a first-class professional golf championship event for the PGA Tour. As one of the newer events on the PGA Tour at the Copperhead Course at the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor, FL.
This course offers players of all levels a fun and exciting 72 holes of golf. Fans love the course and the scenery, and each year it draws many professional golfers who are making their way on the PGA Tour.
The Transitions championship tournament has only been on the PGA circuit for a few years, but has already been attracting some of the biggest players in professional golf world wide. So, it doesn't matter who it is that you enjoy to watch play golf in the PGA, you can see a range of players and skill levels participating at the Transitions Championship. Although they are not on the Official Innisbrook commitment list just yet, every sign points to the inclusion of Vijay Singh, Stewart Cink, Sergio Garcia, Jim Furyk, Steve Stricker, Ryo Ishikawa and Geoff Ogilvy to this year's PGA Tour 2014 Transitions Championship.
John Huston won the first Transitions Championship in 2000, when it was known as the Tampa Bay Classic and he is the only former Transitions Championship past winner to have played in every Transitions Championship, but his streak ends at this 2010 Transitions PGA Tour event. K.J. Choi has played seven of eight times and he is the only multiple winner (2002, 2006), beginning a streak of five years with only international winners: South Africa's Retief Goosen in 2003, Fiji's Vijay Singh in 2004, Sweden's Carl Pettersson in 2005 and Choi again in 2006.
The streak ended in 2007, with Florida native Mark Calcavecchia winning, followed by American Sean O'Hair's victory in 2008. Mark Calcavecchia (2007) and Carl Pettersson (2005) have played six times, while Vijay Singh (2004) and Retief Goosen (2003) have played five. Sean O'Hair, the defending champion, has played four times of every year since he became a PGA Tour member in 2005.
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Transitions Championship Results and Winners
2013 Transitions Championship Winner
Kevin Streelman won 2013 Tampa Bay Championship, his first PGA Tour event victory. Streelman didn't make a bogey over the final 37 holes on the tough Copperhead course at Innisbrook. He didn't miss a shot over the last 11 holes on his way to a 4-under 67.
2012 Transitions Championship Winner
Luke Donald Wins 2012 Transitions Championship at Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club, Tampa Bay, Fla. Donald rallied from a three-shot deficit with a 5-under 66, then won a four-man playoff on the first extra hole with a shot out of the rough to 6 feet and a birdie putt that curled in the left side of the cup.
2011 Transitions Championship Winner
Third-round leader Justin Rose endured a nightmare final round as American Gary Woodland clinched victory in the 2011 Transitions Championship in Florida. Woodland had a 10-foot par on the final hole for a 15-under total and a one-shot victory over Webb Simpson.
Jim Furyk, who has remained in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking despite not winning a PGA TOUR event since 2007, shot a 4-under-par 67 on Saturday to break out of a bunched pack and take a three-shot lead into the final round of the Transitions Championship.
2010 Transitions PGA Tour Champion: Jim Furyk
||1st Prize ($)
|Mar 20, 2011
|Mar 22, 2010
|Mar 22, 2009
|Mar 9, 2008
|Oct 29, 2006
||K. J. Choi
|Oct 30, 2005
|Oct 31, 2004
|Nov 2, 2003
|Tampa Bay Classic presented by Buick|
|Sep 22, 2002
||K. J. Choi
|Tampa Bay Classic|
|Sep 16, 2001
||Cancelled due to the terrorist attacks on September 11
|Oct 22, 2000
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