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1993 PGA Tour

The 1993 PGA Tour season was played from January 7 to October 31. The season consisted of 43 official money events. Nick Price won the most tournaments, four, and there were seven first-time winners. The tournament results, leaders, and award winners are listed below.

Tournament results

The following table shows all the official money events for the 1993 season. "Date" is the ending date of the tournament. The numbers in parentheses after the winners' names are the number of wins they had on the tour up to and including that event. Majors are shown in bold.

Date Tournament Location Winner Score 1st prize ($)
Jan 10 Infiniti Tournament of Champions California United States Davis Love III (7) 272 (–16) 144,000
Jan 17 United Airlines Hawaiian Open Hawaii United States Howard Twitty (3) 269 (–19) 216,000
Jan 24 Northern Telecom Open Arizona United States Larry Mize (3) 271 (–17) 198,000
Jan 31 Phoenix Open Arizona United States Lee Janzen (2) 273 (–11) 180,000
Feb 7 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am California Australia Brett Ogle (1) 276 (–12) 225,000
Feb 14 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic California United States Tom Kite (18) 325 (–35) 198,000
Feb 21 Buick Invitational of California California United States Phil Mickelson (2) 278 (–10) 180,000
Feb 28 Nissan Los Angeles Open California United States Tom Kite (19) 206 (–7) 180,000
Mar 7 Doral-Ryder Open Florida Australia Greg Norman (12) 265 (–23) 252,000
Mar 14 Honda Classic Florida United States Fred Couples (10) 207 (–9) 198,000
Mar 21 Nestle Invitational Florida United States Ben Crenshaw (17) 280 (–8) 180,000
Mar 28 The Players Championship Florida Zimbabwe Nick Price (6) 270 (–18) 450,000
Apr 4 Freeport-McMoRan Golf Classic Louisiana United States Mike Standly (1) 281 (–7) 180,000
Apr 11 Masters Tournament Georgia Germany Bernhard Langer (3) 278 (–10) 306,000
Apr 18 MCI Heritage Golf Classic South Carolina United States David Edwards (4) 273 (–11) 202,500
Apr 25 KMart Greater Greensboro Open North Carolina United States Rocco Mediate (2) 281 (–7) 270,000
May 2 Shell Houston Open Texas United States Jim McGovern (1) 199 (–17) 234,000
May 9 BellSouth Classic Georgia United States Nolan Henke (3) 271 (–17) 216,000
May 16 GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic Texas United States Scott Simpson (6) 270 (–10) 216,000
May 23 Kemper Open Maryland New Zealand Grant Waite (1) 275 (–9) 234,000
May 30 Southwestern Bell Colonial Texas South Africa Fulton Allem (2) 264 (–16) 234,000
Jun 6 Memorial Tournament Ohio United States Paul Azinger (9) 274 (–14) 252,000
Jun 13 Buick Classic New York Fiji Vijay Singh (1) 280 (–4) 180,000
Jun 20 U.S. Open New Jersey United States Lee Janzen (3) 272 (–8) 290,000
Jun 27 Canon Greater Hartford Open Connecticut Zimbabwe Nick Price (7) 271 (–9) 180,000
Jul 4 Sprint Western Open Illinois Zimbabwe Nick Price (8) 269 (–19) 216,000
Jul 11 Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic Virginia United States Jim Gallagher, Jr. (2) 269 (–15) 198,000
Jul 18 British Open England Australia Greg Norman (13) 267 (–13) 154,000
Jul 25 New England Classic Massachusetts United States Paul Azinger (10) 268 (–16) 180,000
Aug 1 Federal Express St. Jude Classic Tennessee Zimbabwe Nick Price (9) 266 (–18) 198,000
Aug 8 Buick Open Michigan United States Larry Mize (4) 272 (–16) 180,000
Aug 15 PGA Championship Ohio United States Paul Azinger (11) 272 (–12) 300,000
Aug 22 The International Colorado United States Phil Mickelson (3) 45 (Stableford) 234,000
Aug 29 NEC World Series of Golf Ohio South Africa Fulton Allem (3) 270 (–10) 360,000
Sep 5 Greater Milwaukee Open Wisconsin United States Billy Mayfair (1) 270 (–18) 180,000
Sep 12 Canadian Open Canada South Africa David Frost (7) 279 (–9) 180,000
Sep 19 Hardee's Golf Classic Illinois South Africa David Frost (8) 259 (–21) 180,000
Sep 26 B.C. Open New York United States Blaine McCallister (5) 271 (–13) 144,000
Oct 1 Buick Southern Open Georgia United States John Inman (2) 278 (–10) 126,000
Oct 10 Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic Florida United States Jeff Maggert (1) 265 (–23) 198,000
Oct 17 H.E.B. Texas Open Texas United States Jay Haas (9) 263 (–21) 180,000
Oct 24 Las Vegas Invitational Nevada United States Davis Love III (8) 331 (–29) 252,000
Oct 31 The Tour Championship California United States Jim Gallagher, Jr. (3) 277 (–7) 540,000

Leaders

Scoring Average leaders

Rank Player Country Average
1 Greg Norman  Australia 68.90
2 Nick Price  Zimbabwe 69.11
3 David Frost  South Africa 69.48
4 Tom Kite  United States 69.74
5 Paul Azinger  United States 69.75

Money List leaders

Rank Player Country Earnings ($) Events Wins
1 Nick Price  Zimbabwe 1,478,557 18 4
2 Paul Azinger  United States 1,458,456 24 3
3 Greg Norman  Australia 1,359,653 15 2
4 Jim Gallagher, Jr.  United States 1,078,870 27 2
5 David Frost  South Africa 1,030,717 22 2

Career Money List leaders

Rank Player Country Earnings ($) Wins
1 Tom Kite  United States 8,500,729 19
2 Paul Azinger  United States 6,761,306 11
3 Greg Norman  Australia 6,607,562 13
4 Payne Stewart  United States 6,377,573 8
5 Tom Watson  United States 6,370,949 37

Awards

Award Winner Country
Money winner (Arnold Palmer Award) Nick Price  Zimbabwe
PGA Player of the Year Nick Price  Zimbabwe
PGA Tour Player of the Year (Jack Nicklaus Trophy) Nick Price  Zimbabwe
Scoring leader (PGA - Vardon Trophy) Nick Price  Zimbabwe
Scoring leader (PGA Tour - Byron Nelson Award) Greg Norman  Australia
Rookie of the Year Vijay Singh  Fiji
Comeback Player of the Year Howard Twitty  United States

External links

  • PGA Tour official site
  • 1993 season coverage at golfstats.com
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