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March 22-25, 2019
Coco Beach Golf & Country Club
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
Established: 2008
Format: Stroke play
Length: 7,569 yards
Par: 72
Purse: $3,000,000.00
Winning Share: $540,000.00
FedExCup Points: 250

*For 2018, the Puerto Rico Open was made an unofficial event as a fundraiser for relief efforts after Hurricane Maria, where it is played at TPC Dorado Beach. The event will again become official in 2019 and 2020.

The Puerto Rico Open Tournament has only been on the PGA circuit for a few years, yet, it has already been drawn attention from a considerable ammount of players and golf fans.

Each year this event is attracting many new players that are making their way on the PGA tour list as well as some of the biggest professional golf players.

Official sponsors of the Puerto Rico Open, including Banco Popular, are aware of the importance that youth play holds in the future of the island. Therefore, United Way and the Puerto Rico Open have joined efforts and have come up with a grant program in order to make a difference in the life of six students from the Rio Grande municipality, the nearby community of the official PGA.

*2018 Puerto Rico Open Tournament Winner: Unofficial pro-am event won by team with George McNeill and Cheyenne Woods

2017 Puerto Rico Open Tournament Winner: D. A. Points

2016 Puerto Rico Open Tournament Winner

Steve Marino birdied the par-five 18th to get in the clubhouse at 12 under par, but Tony Finau matched that number and defeated him in a playoff for his first career PGA Tour victory on Sunday at the Puerto Rico Open.

2015 Puerto Rico Open Tournament Winner

Alex Cejka finished, changed out of his golf clothes, packed - then found out he was in a playoff, changed back into his golf clothes and won his first PGA Tour title.

2014 Puerto Rico Open Tournament Winner

Chesson Hadley finished at 21-under 267 and earned $630,000, a two-year tour exemption and spots in The Players Championship, PGA Championship and Tournament of Champions.

2013 Puerto Rico Open Tournament Winner

Scott Brown wins 2013 Puerto Rico Open Tournament with birdie on 72nd hole at Trump International Golf Club.

2012 Puerto Rico Open Tournament Winner

George McNeill birdied his last three holes for a 3-under 69 to rally past Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa and won the 2012 Puerto Rico Open. This was the second golf career victory for McNeill, who finished on 16-under 272.

2011 Puerto Rico Open Tournament Winner

Michael Bradley won the 2011 Puerto Rico Open for the second time in three years, taking advantage of Troy Matteson's short par miss on the first extra hole. Bradley closed with his fourth straight 4-under 68 to match Matteson (72) at 16-under 272 at Trump International Golf Club, then parred the par-5 18th in the playoff for his fourth PGA Tour victory.

2010 Puerto Rico Open Tournament Winner

Jim Furyk ended his longest drought since he joined the PGA Tour, Furyk closed with a two-under 69 on Sunday for a one-shot victory in the Puerto Rico Open at Palm Harbor, Fla. It was his first victory since the 2007 Canadian Open, a span of 58 tournaments. Furyk moves to No. 6 in the world.

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