Quail Hollow Championship
May 1 - 7, 2018
Course: Quail Hollow Club
Charlotte, North Carolina
2012 Quail Hollow Champ: J.B. Holmes
The Quail Hollow Championship brings the PGA TOUR to Charlotte, North Carolina each year during the first week in May. Since its inauguration in 2003, the Championship has raised over $9.4 million for charity.
This PGA Tour Championship has became one of the most prestigious sporting events in the Charlotte region, and has been recognized as one of the top events on the PGA TOUR.
Throughout the Quail Hollow Club course, exquisitely manicured greens follow the unusual contours of the hills to present a challenge to even the sharpest short game. Course highlights include hole #7, which is transected by a serpentine pond complete with waterfall and rock wall; hole #10, one of four Par 5 holes, a winding 591-yard fairway lined with giant trees and tufted bunkers; signature hole #17, 217 yards over water; and, for a suitably challenging finish, hole #18, which must be negotiated over a deep creek bed that runs the length of the fairway.
2017 Wells Fargo Championship Winner
2016 Wells Fargo Championship Winner
2015 Wells Fargo Championship Winner
2014 Wells Fargo Championship Winner
2013 Wells Fargo Championship Winner
Rookie Derek Ernst wins 2013 Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club. Ernst got into the Wells Fargo as the fourth alternate. And then the 22-year-old PGA Tour rookie beat David Lynn in a playoff.
2012 Wells Fargo Championship Winner
Rickie Fowler claimed his first PGA Tour win at the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship with a birdie on the first hole of a playoff against Briton Rory McIlroy and fellow American D.A. Points at Quail Hollow Club. Fowler sank a four-footer for birdie at the 18th hole to achieve victory at the Charlotte, North Carolina course.
2011 Quail Hollow Winner
For the third straight week of the 2011 Golf Season, a PGA TOUR tournament went to a playoff. The winner, Lucas Glover. The 2011 Wells Fargo Championship is Glover's third career victory and first since win the U.S. Open in 2009. Glover and Johnathan Byrd finished the tournament tied for the lead at 15-under par. Byrd needed a birdie on the 18th hole to force the playoff while Glover made par on the final three holes to extend the event to a playoff. The two replayed the 18th hole for the playoff and Glover put together his fourth straight par while Byrd made a bogey five giving Glover the victory.
2010 Quail Hollow Winner
Rory Mcllroy who earned $ 1.17 million for his winning performance stated that he was seeing is shots and kept hitting it and seeing the lines of putts really well. It was just one of the days when everything went right. He scored a fiery course record of 10-under-par 62.
Mcllroy who will turn 21 this Tuesday became the youngest golfer to lift the winnerís trophy at PGA Tour after Tiger Woods who won the championship when he also was 20, in 1996.
2010 Quail Hollow Champion: Rory Mcllroy
2009 Quail Hollow Winner
With this win Mr.OíHair joins some rarefied company, joining Adam Scott and Sergio Garcia as the 20 somethings with three or more wins. Heís moved to number 12 in the world rankings and fourth place in the Presidentís Cup standings. Good for him. May he win many more in the very near future.
2009 Quail Hollow Champion: Sean O'Hair
With Tiger Woods in his rearview mirror, O'Hair, 26, closed with a 3-under 69 -- the only player from the last nine groups to break 70 -- and made enough key birdies that finishing with consecutive bogeys on the two toughest holes at Quail Hollow didn't cost him.
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