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Allianz Championship

Allianz Championship
Tournament information
Location Boca Raton, Florida
Established 2007
Course(s) The Old Course at Broken Sound
Par 72
Length 6,807 yards (6,224 m)
Tour(s) Champions Tour
Format Stroke play - 54 holes
(no cut)
Prize fund $1.8 million
Month played February
Tournament record score
Aggregate 199 Bernhard Langer (2010)
199 John Cook (2010)
199 Rocco Mediate (2013)
To par –17 Bernhard Langer (2010)
–17 John Cook (2010)
–17 Rocco Mediate (2013)
Current champion
United States Rocco Mediate
There was also a tournament by the same name now called the Principal Charity Classic

The Allianz Championship is a golf tournament on the Champions Tour. Since 2007 it has been played at the Old Course at Broken Sound Club in Boca Raton, Florida.

The purse for the 2013 tournament was US$1,800,000, with $270,000 going to the winner.

Winners

Year Dates Champion Country Winning score Margin Purse ($)
Allianz Championship
2013 Feb 8–10 Rocco Mediate  United States 199 (–17) 2 strokes 1,800,000
2012 Feb 10–12 Corey Pavin  United States 205 (–11) Playoff 1,800,000
2011 Feb 11–13 Tom Lehman  United States 203 (–13) 1 stroke 1,800,000
2010 Feb 19–21 Bernhard Langer  Germany 199 (–17) Playoff 1,700,000
2009 Feb 13–15 Mike Goodes  United States 201 (–15) 1 stroke 1,700,000
2008 Feb 8–10 Scott Hoch  United States 202 (–14) 1 stroke 1,650,000
2007 Feb 9–11 Mark James  England 201 (–15) 2 strokes 1,600,000

Source: [1]

References

External links

  • Coverage on the Champions Tour's official site
  • Broken Sound Club official website
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