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Mylan Classic

Mylan Classic
Tournament information
Location Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
Established 2010
Course(s) Southpointe Golf Club
Par 71
Length 6,951 yards (6,356 m)
Tour(s) Web.com Tour
Prize fund $675,000
Final year 2013
Tournament record score
Aggregate 266 Robert Streb (2012)
To par −18 Robert Streb (2012)
Final champion
Ben Martin

The Mylan Classic was a golf tournament on the Web.com Tour. It was played for the first time in September 2010 at Southpointe Golf Club in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh.[1] The title sponsor was Mylan, a pharmaceuticals company based in Canonsburg. Beginning in 2013, the tournament will invite top collegiate players to the event as the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational had done from 2007 to 2012.[2]

The 2013 purse was US$675,000, with $121,500 going to the winner.

Winners

References

  1. ^ "Nationwide Tour adds Mylan Classic to 2010 schedule". PGA Tour. December 17, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Mylan Classic set to return to Southpointe Golf Club, new eligibility format". PGA Tour. April 18, 2013. 

External links

  • Coverage on the Web.com Tour's official site


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