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Transitions Championship

Tampa Bay Championship

March 7 - 12, 2018
Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club
Tampa Bay, Fla.
Purse: $6.1 million
Winning Share: $1,062,000
FedExCup Points: 500
Current Champion: Adam Hadwin

The 2018 Valspar Championship (Formely Tampa Bay Championship and Transitions Championship 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.

Transitions Championship was established ten years ago, when it was known as the Tampa Bay Classic and played in the fall. This PGA TOUR event was originally an alternate golf event played the same week as the Presidents Cup in 2000, and the same week as the World Golf Championship's American Express. It takes place in March of each year at the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Tampa Bay, Florida. This Copperhead Course at the golf club is rated highly by the PGA tour professionals. And the Copperheads are honored to work with the PGA TOUR in hosting this tournament at Innisbrook Resort and its greatest possible contribution to area charities.

This Golf championship gets its name from the Transitions lenses that are used to promote healthy vision. Since 2007, the Tampa Bay event has been played in March, and for a time the tournament was without a title sponsor, leading to speculation on its fate after that year. Then, on January 24, 2007, tournament principles and the PGA Tour announced a six-year sponsorship agreement with the PODS Group of Clearwater, Florida. However, PODS chose to exercise an option to withdraw as title sponsor after the 2008 event, which left tournament officials searching to find yet another replacement. On June 4, 2008, Transitions Optical, Inc. was announced as the new title sponsor. Transitions Optical continues its ongoing commitment as sponsor of the event, while helping consumers protect and maintain healthy sight, at play and more.

The Copperhead course, regarded by PGA TOUR players as one of the favorites, features some of the most difficult finishing holes on TOUR. The 16th, 17th and 18th holes rank among the fourth hardest set of finishing holes on any PGA TOUR course. These three holes, today, have officially been named “The Snake Pit” and as such, a permanent structure has been created to remind players and spectators alike of the Copperhead’s challenging finish.

2017 Valspar Championship Winner

Adam Hadwin won the 2017 Valspar Championship title at Innisbrook (Palm Harbor, Florida). Hadwin started the final round with a four-stroke lead, a situation that squeezed into the close. The Canadian put in two long birdies in the initial return, while Cantlay approached with his in the 11 and the 13, the latter from more than 16 meters.

2016 Valspar Championship Winner

Charl Schwartzel edged Bill Haas, who held the lead all day at Innisbrook, on the first hole of a playoff. It was the South African's debut event on the stateside PGA Tour, but he's been striping it in recent months around the world. This is his first win on the PGA Tour.

2015 Valspar Championship Winner

Jordan Spieth, the kid many have tabbed as the next great American player, poured in a birdie bomb on the third extra hole to finally end it at Innisbrook.

2014 Valspar Championship Winner

John Sneden wins 2014 Valspar Championship. Senden chipped in for birdie on the 16th to grab the lead, birdied the 17th and parred the 18th for a final-round 70 to finish at 7 under.

2013 Transitions Championship Tournament Winner

Kevin Streelman won the 2013 Tampa Bay Championship, shooting 4-under on Sunday to finish at 10-under par for the tournament. He held off a furious Sunday round from Boo Weekley, who fired an 8-under par 63 on Sunday to finish at 8-under for the tournament.

2012 Transitions Championship Tournament Winner

Luke Donald Wins PGA Tour 2012 Transitions Championship. Donald sank a 6’ 7” putt on the first hole of a four-man sudden death playoff for his fifth PGA TOUR victory. Donald had been surpassed in the rankings when Rory McElroy won the Honda Classic two weeks ago.

2011 Transitions Championship Tournament Winner

American Gary Woodland saved par with a 10-foot putt on the last hole to claim his first U.S. PGA Tour title with a one-shot victory at the 2011 Transitions Championship over compatriot Webb Simpson.

2010 Transitions Championship 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 Transitions Championship at Palm Harbor, Fla. It was his first victory since the 2007 Canadian Open, a span of 58 tournaments.

Transitions Championship Past Winners

Transitions Championship

Mar 20, 2011 Gary Woodland United States

Mar 22, 2010 Jim Furyk United States

Mar 22, 2009 Retief Goosen South Africa

PODS Championship

Mar 9, 2008 Sean O'Hair United States

Chrysler Championship

Oct 29, 2006 K. J. Choi South Korea

Oct 30, 2005 Carl Pettersson Sweden

Oct 31, 2004 Vijay Singh Fiji

Nov 2, 2003 Retief Goosen South Africa

Tampa Bay Classic presented by Buick

Sep 22, 2002 K. J. Choi South Korea

Tampa Bay Classic

Sep 16, 2001 Cancelled due to the terrorist attacks on September 11

Oct 22, 2000 John Huston United States

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