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B.C. Open
Tournament information
LocationEndicott, New York, U.S.
Verona, New York (2006)
Established1971, 1973 (PGA Tour)
Course(s)En-Joie Golf Club
Turning Stone (2006)
Tour(s)PGA Tour
FormatStroke play – 72 holes
Prize fund$3 million
Month playedJuly
Final year2006
Final champion
United States John Rollins
En-Joie GC is located in the United States
En-Joie GC
En-Joie GC
Location in the United States
En-Joie GC is located in New York
En-Joie GC
En-Joie GC
Location in New York

The B.C. Open was a PGA Tour golf tournament in New York, held annually from 1971 to 2006. In 1971, it was called the Broome County Open, and the next year it switched to the B.C. Open. In 1973, it became a PGA Tour regular 72-hole money event. It took place simultaneously with The Open Championship from 2000 to 2006, so the leading players were not available and it was one of the smaller events on the PGA Tour schedule. The purse for the final edition in 2006 was $3 million.

The tournament was played at the En-Joie Golf Course in Endicott in Upstate New York for every event through 2005. In 2006, severe flooding of the adjacent Susquehanna River forced the event to move to the Atunyote Golf Club at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona. The event was operated by Broome County Community Charities, Inc. Since its inception, the B.C. Open has turned back to local charities in excess of $7.4 million through 2003.

It was named after the comic strip B.C., created by Johnny Hart, who was born and raised in Endicott. Johnny Hart's B.C. characters were used in advertising the event.

The B.C. Open was held for the last time on the PGA Tour in 2006 due to a schedule revamp based on the introduction of the FedEx Cup.[1] The success of the Turning Stone event in 2006 led to that venue hosting a "Fall Series" event beginning in 2007, the Turning Stone Resort Championship.

The Broome County Community Charities has hosted a Champions Tour event at the En-Joie Golf Course beginning in 2007, the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.[2]

Winners

Year Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up Winner's
share ($)
B.C. Open presented by Turning Stone Resort
2006 John Rollins  United States 269 −19 1 stroke United States Bob May 540,000
B.C. Open
2005 Jason Bohn  United States 264 −24 1 stroke United States J. P. Hayes
Australia Brendan Jones
United States Ryan Palmer
United States John Rollins
540,000
2004 Jonathan Byrd  United States 268 −20 1 stroke United States Ted Purdy 540,000
2003 Craig Stadler  United States 267 −21 1 stroke Germany Alex Čejka
United States Steve Lowery
540,000
2002 Spike McRoy  United States 269 −19 1 stroke United States Fred Funk 378,000
2001 Jeff Sluman  United States 266 −22 Playoff Australia Paul Gow 360,000
2000 Brad Faxon (2)  United States 270 −18 1 stroke Mexico Esteban Toledo 360,000
1999 Brad Faxon  United States 273 −15 Playoff United States Fred Funk 288,000
1998 Chris Perry  United States 273 −15 3 strokes United States Peter Jacobsen 270,000
1997 Gabriel Hjertstedt  Sweden 275 −13 1 stroke United States Andrew Magee
United States Chris Perry
United States Lee Rinker
234,000
1996 Fred Funk  United States 197 −16 Playoff United States Pete Jordan 180,000
1995 Hal Sutton  United States 269 −15 1 stroke United States Jim McGovern 180,000
1994 Mike Sullivan  United States 266 −18 4 strokes United States Jeff Sluman 162,000
1993 Blaine McCallister  United States 271 −13 1 stroke Zimbabwe Denis Watson 144,000
1992 John Daly  United States 266 −18 6 strokes United States Joel Edwards
United States Ken Green
United States Jay Haas
United States Nolan Henke
144,000
1991 Fred Couples  United States 269 −15 3 strokes United States Peter Jacobsen 144,000
1990 Nolan Henke  United States 268 −16 3 strokes United States Mark Wiebe 126,000
1989 Mike Hulbert  United States 268 −16 Playoff United States Bob Estes 90,000
1988 Bill Glasson  United States 268 −16 2 strokes United States Wayne Levi
United States Bruce Lietzke
90,000
1987 Joey Sindelar (2)  United States 266 −18 4 strokes United States Jeff Sluman 72,000
1986 Rick Fehr  United States 267 −17 2 strokes United States Larry Mize 72,000
1985 Joey Sindelar  United States 274 −10 1 stroke United States Mike Reid 54,000
1984 Wayne Levi  United States 275 −9 1 stroke United States Russ Cochran
United States Hal Sutton
54,000
1983 Pat Lindsey  United States 268 −16 4 strokes United States Gil Morgan 54,000
1982 Calvin Peete  United States 265 −19 7 strokes United States Jerry Pate 49,500
1981 Jay Haas  United States 270 −14 3 strokes United States Tom Kite 49,500
1980 Don Pooley  United States 271 −13 1 stroke United States Peter Jacobsen 49,500
1979 Howard Twitty  United States 270 −14 1 stroke United States Tom Purtzer 49,500
1978 Tom Kite  United States 267 −17 5 strokes United States Mark Hayes 45,000
1977 Gil Morgan  United States 270 −14 5 strokes United States Lee Elder 40,000
1976 Bob Wynn  United States 271 −13 1 stroke United States Bob Gilder 40,000
1975 Don Iverson  United States 274 −10 1 stroke United States Jim Colbert
Australia David Graham
35,000
1974 Richie Karl  United States 273 −11 Playoff Australia Bruce Crampton 30,000
1973 Hubert Green  United States 266 −18 6 strokes United States Dwight Nevil 20,000
Prior to becoming a PGA Tour event

B.C. Open

  • 1972 Bob Payne (two round satellite tournament)

Broome County Open

Tournament highlights

References

External links

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