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Principal Charity Classic

Principal Charity Classic
Tournament information
Location Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.
Established 2001
Course(s) Wakonda Club
Par 72
Length 6,959 yards (6,363 m)
Tour(s) Champions Tour
Format Stroke play - 54 holes
(no cut)
Prize fund $1.75 million
Month played June
Tournament record score
Aggregate 197 Gil Morgan (2006)
197 Jay Haas (2012)
To par −16 Gil Morgan (2006)
−16 Jay Haas (2012)
Current champion
Mark Calcavecchia
Wakonda Club is located in United States
Wakonda Club
Location in the United States

The Principal Charity Classic is a golf tournament on the Champions Tour. It is played at the Wakonda Club in Des Moines, Iowa.

The purse for the 2013 tournament was US$1,750,000 with $262,500 going to the winner. The tournament was founded in 2001 as the Allianz Championship. That name is now being used by another tournament in Florida since 2007.

Contents

  • Tournament venues 1
  • Winners 2
  • Multiple winners 3
  • External links 4

Tournament venues

Winners

Year Dates Champion Country Winning score Margin Purse ($)
Principal Charity Classic
2015 Jun 5–7 Mark Calcavecchia  United States 204 (−12) 1 stroke 1,750,000
2014 May 30 – Jun 1 Tom Pernice, Jr.  United States 204 (−12) Playoff 1,750,000
2013 May 31 – Jun 2 Russ Cochran  United States 205 (−11) 1 stroke 1,750,000
2012 Jun 1–3 Jay Haas  United States 197 (−16) 5 strokes 1,725,000
2011 Jun 3–5 Bob Gilder  United States 199 (−14) 1 stroke 1,725,000
2010 Jun 4–6 Nick Price  Zimbabwe 199 (−14) 4 strokes 1,725,000
2009 May 29–31 Mark McNulty  Zimbabwe
 Ireland
203 (−10) Playoff 1,725,000
2008 May 30 – Jun 1 Jay Haas  United States 203 (−10) 1 stroke 1,725,000
2007 Jun 8–10 Jay Haas  United States 201 (−12) 3 strokes 1,600,000
Allianz Championship
2006 Jun 2–4 Gil Morgan  United States 197 (−16) 1 stroke 1,500,000
2005 Jun 3–5 Tom Jenkins  United States 204 (−9) Playoff 1,500,000
2004 May 21–23 D. A. Weibring  United States 204 (−9) 3 strokes 1,500,000
2003 Aug 22–24 Don Pooley  United States 200 (−13) 3 strokes 1,500,000
2002 Aug 30 – Sep 1 Bob Gilder  United States 200 (−16) 1 stroke 1,850,000
2001 Sep 7–9 Jim Thorpe  United States 199 (−14) 2 strokes 1,750,000

Multiple winners

Two players have won this tournament more than once through 2013.

External links

  • Official website
  • Coverage on the Champions Tour's official site

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