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Atlanta Classic

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Atlanta Classic
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Tournament information
LocationDuluth, Georgia
Established1967 (1934)
Course(s)TPC at Sugarloaf
Par72
Length7,311 yards (6,685 m)[1]
Tour(s)PGA Tour
FormatStroke play
Prize fund$5.5 million
Final year2008
Tournament record score
Aggregate260 Phil Mickelson (2006)
To par−28 as above
Final champion
Japan Ryuji Imada
Duluth is located in the United States
Duluth
Duluth
Location in the United States
Duluth is located in Georgia (U.S. state)
Duluth
Duluth
Location in Georgia

The Atlanta Classic was a golf tournament on the PGA Tour, a regular stop in suburban Atlanta for over four decades. It was founded in 1967, although previous events dating to 1934 are included in the PGA Tour's past winners list. AT&T was the last title sponsor of the tournament.

From 1967 to 1996, it was played at the Atlanta Country Club in Marietta, northwest of Atlanta. From 1997 to 2008, it was played over the Stables and Meadows nines at TPC at Sugarloaf in Duluth, northeast of Atlanta.

For most of its years, the Atlanta tournament was usually held in May. From 19992006, it was moved to early April, the week before the Masters. Its final two editions were in mid-May, a week after the Players Championship (which was moved from late March). The tournament was cancelled after the 2008 season.[2]

This event is not to be confused with the AT&T Champions Classic played in Valencia, California, a Champions Tour (now PGA Tour Champions) tournament which bore the "AT&T Classic" name in 2006, prior to AT&T's acquisition of BellSouth. It was cancelled after the 2009 season.

TPC Sugarloaf currently hosts an annual PGA Tour Champions event, the Mitsubishi Electric Classic, which debuted in 2013.

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Contents

Winners

Year Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up Winner's
share ($)
AT&T Classic
2008 Ryuji Imada  Japan 273 −15 Playoff United States Kenny Perry 990,000
2007 Zach Johnson (2)  United States 273 −15 Playoff Japan Ryuji Imada 972,000
BellSouth Classic
2006 Phil Mickelson (3)  United States 260 −28 13 strokes United States Zach Johnson
Spain José María Olazábal
954,000
2005 Phil Mickelson (2)  United States 208 −8 Playoff India Arjun Atwal
United States Rich Beem
United States Brandt Jobe
Spain José María Olazábal
900,000
2004 Zach Johnson (1)  United States 275 −13 1 stroke Australia Mark Hensby 810,000
2003 Ben Crane  United States 272 −16 4 strokes United States Bob Tway 720,000
2002 Retief Goosen  South Africa 272 −16 4 strokes Sweden Jesper Parnevik 684,000
2001 Scott McCarron (2)  United States 280 −8 3 strokes Canada Mike Weir 594,000
2000 Phil Mickelson (1)  United States 205 −11 Playoff United States Gary Nicklaus 504,000
1999 David Duval  United States 270 −18 2 strokes United States Stewart Cink 450,000
1998 Tiger Woods  United States 271 −17 1 stroke United States Jay Don Blake 324,000
1997 Scott McCarron  United States 274 −14 3 strokes United States David Duval
United States Brian Henninger
United States Lee Janzen
270,000
1996 Paul Stankowski  United States 280 −8 Playoff United States Brandel Chamblee 234,000
1995 Mark Calcavecchia  United States 271 −17 2 strokes United States Jim Gallagher, Jr. 234,000
1994 John Daly  United States 274 −14 1 stroke United States Nolan Henke
United States Brian Henninger
216,000
1993 Nolan Henke  United States 271 −17 2 strokes United States Mark Calcavecchia
Zimbabwe Nick Price
United States Tom Sieckmann
216,000
1992 Tom Kite (2)  United States 272 −16 3 strokes United States Jay Don Blake 180,000
BellSouth Atlanta Golf Classic
1991 Corey Pavin  United States 272 −16 Playoff United States Steve Pate 180,000
1990 Wayne Levi (2)  United States 275 −13 1 stroke United States Keith Clearwater
United States Larry Mize
Zimbabwe Nick Price
180,000
1989 Scott Simpson  United States 278 −10 Playoff United States Bob Tway 162,000
Georgia-Pacific Atlanta Golf Classic
1988 Larry Nelson (2)  United States 268 −20 1 stroke United States Chip Beck 126,000
1987 Dave Barr  Canada 265 −23 4 strokes United States Larry Mize 108,000
1986 Bob Tway  United States 269 −19 2 strokes United States Hal Sutton 90,000
1985 Wayne Levi (1)  United States 273 −15 Playoff United States Steve Pate 90,000
1984 Tom Kite (1)  United States 269 −19 5 strokes United States Don Pooley 72,000
1983 Calvin Peete  United States 206 −10 2 strokes United States Chip Beck
United States Jim Colbert
United States Don Pooley
72,000
1982 Keith Fergus  United States 273 −15 Playoff United States Raymond Floyd 54,000
Atlanta Classic
1981 Tom Watson  United States 277 −11 Playoff United States Tommy Valentine 54,000
1980 Larry Nelson (1)  United States 270 −18 7 strokes United States Andy Bean
United States Don Pooley
54,000
1979 Andy Bean  United States 265 −23 8 strokes United States Joe Inman 54,000
1978 Jerry Heard  United States 269 −19 2 strokes United States Lou Graham
United States Bob Murphy
United States Tom Watson
40,000
1977 Hale Irwin (2)  United States 273 −15 1 stroke United States Steve Veriato 40,000
1976 No tournament. The U.S. Open was played at nearby Atlanta Athletic Club (Highlands Course)
1975 Hale Irwin (1)  United States 271 −17 4 strokes United States Tom Watson 45,000
1974 No tournament. Instead, the Atlanta Country Club hosted the first-ever Players Championship
1973 Jack Nicklaus  United States 272 −16 2 strokes United States Tom Weiskopf 30,000
1972 Bob Lunn (2)  United States 275 −13 2 strokes South Africa Gary Player 26,000
1971 Gardner Dickinson  United States 275 −13 Playoff United States Jack Nicklaus 25,000
1970 Tommy Aaron  United States 275 −13 1 stroke United States Dan Sikes 25,000
1969 Bert Yancey  United States 277 −11 Playoff Australia Bruce Devlin 23,000
1968 Bob Lunn (1)  United States 280 −8 3 strokes United States Lee Trevino 23,000
1967 Bob Charles  New Zealand 282 −6 2 strokes United States Tommy Bolt
United States Dick Crawford
United States Gardner Dickinson
22,000
Previous events recognized by the PGA Tour

Atlanta Open

Atlanta Invitational

Atlanta Open

Tournament highlights

References

  1. ^ "AT&T Classic". ESPN. May 18, 2008. Retrieved February 13, 2017.
  2. ^ Golf: Valero Texas Open may move to spring[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Bob Charles wins Atlanta Classic
  4. ^ Lunn Atlanta victor for second straight
  5. ^ Aaron conquers Atlanta
  6. ^ Bob Lunn triumphs in Atlanta Classic
  7. ^ Irwin edges crowd favorite Veritato in Atlanta Classic
  8. ^ Andy Bean romps to easy Atlanta Classic victory
  9. ^ Nelson sails to Atlanta golf title
  10. ^ Peete fires a 63 to win at Atlanta
  11. ^ Tway wins by 2 strokes in Atlanta
  12. ^ Nelson Loses Big Lead but Wins With Birdie on Last Hole
  13. ^ Wayne Levi takes Atlanta Classic
  14. ^ Battling Kite wins Atlanta Classic
  15. ^ Amateur Duval takes two-shot lead at Atlanta
  16. ^ Kite wins Masters pass with Atlanta Classic win
  17. ^ Clean sober Daly wins at BellSouth
  18. ^ Wow! Cool! Stankowski wins BellSouth, gets spot in Masters
  19. ^ Woods upbeat after taking BellSouth
  20. ^ Mickelson beats Nicklaus
  21. ^ Crane claims Classic title
  22. ^ Johnson captures Atlanta Classic
  23. ^ Japan's Imada wins Atlanta Classic play-off

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