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Tyco Golf Skills Challenge

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Tyco Golf Skills Challenge

The ADT Skills Challenge was an offseason event in golf which tests golfers' abilities in putting, driving distance, and the short game (i.e. bunker shots and chip shots). Baseball superstar Mark McGwire beat out a field of professionals to win in 2003.

Winners

Year Winners Earnings
2012 Peter Hanson and Justin Rose $285,000
2011 Zach Johnson and Jerry Kelly $286,000
2010 Mark O'Meara and Nick Price $293,000
2009 Brandt Snedeker and Boo Weekley $314,000
2008 Greg Norman and Greg Norman, Jr. $290,000
2007 Natalie Gulbis and John Elway $310,000
2006 Jason Gore and Dan Marino $290,000
2005 Peter Jacobsen $172,500
2004 Nick Faldo $125,467
2003 Mark McGwire $92,500
2002 Matt Kuchar $105,000
2001 Vijay Singh $221,500
2000 Lee Janzen $233,500
1999 Billy Andrade $144,000
1998 Nick Price $126,000
1997 Billy Andrade $136,000
1996 Brad Faxon $80,000
1995 Brad Faxon $92,000
1994 Gary Player $88,000
1993 Peter Jacobsen $78,000
1992 Peter Jacobsen $107,000

References

  • Results on PGA Tour's official site
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