|Shell Houston Open
Date: march 26- 1 april 2018
Course: Redstone Golf Club
Location: Houston, Texas
The Shell Houston Open tournament is played annually in Houston, Texas. The tournament is a PGA tournament event, and features some of the top golfers in world.
The Shell Houston Open is a regular golf tournament on the PGA Tour. It is currently played in April at Redstone Golf Club in the Houston suburb of Humble. Shell and the Houston Golf Association are the main sponsors of the tournament. The purse was $5,700,000, with $1,026,000 going to the winner.
The tournament has impacted about a million children over the years through activities of charity organizations that have received funds each year from the Shell Houston Open.
The event was played at several Houston venues until the 1970s, starting at River Oaks Country Club in 1946 before moving to Memorial Park Golf Course in 1947 and, after a year off, moving again to Pine Forest Country Club in 1949 and BraeBurn Country Club in 1950. After this period of wandering about, the event settled in at Memorial Park from 1951-1963. In 1964 and again in 1965, the event was played at Sharpstown Country Club, before moving to Champions Golf Club from 1966-1971 and Westwood Country Club in 1972.
In 1973 the event ventured outside of Houston, being played at Quail Valley Country Club in Missouri City, Texas. In 1975, the event relocated to The Woodlands, Texas, first at Woodlands Country Club until 1984, and subsequently at the TPC at The Woodlands until 2002. In 2003, the event moved to its current location at Redstone Golf Club.
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2017 Shell Houston Open Winner
2016 Shell Houston Open Winner
2015 Shell Houston Open Winner
J. B. Holmes
2014 Shell Houston Open Winner
Matt Jones began the day six shots off the lead, shot a final-round 66 and ended the tournament 15 under to earn his first trip to the Masters with the dramatic win over Matt Kuchar.
2013 Shell Houston Open Winner
D.A. Points wins the 2013 Shell Houston Open at Redstone Golf Club. In the final round of the 2013 Shell Houston Open, D.A. Points shoots a final-round 66 to claim his second win on the PGA TOUR.
Shell Houston Open Winners
2012 Shell Houston Open Winner
Hunter Mahan wins the 2012 Shell Houston Open by a shot over Carl Pettersson with a final round of 1-under 71. Brian Davis and 54-hole leader Louis Oosthuizen finished in a tie for third at 13 under. Oosthuizen closed with 4-over 76. Jeff Overton, Keegan Bradley, Phil Mickelson and James Driscoll tied for fifth, four back of the lead.
2011 Shell Houston Open Winner
Phil Mickelson final round charge to win the 2011 Shell Houston Open. Mickelson began his fourth round with bogeys on the second and third holes, but rallied with five straight birdies beginning at the ninth and maintained his lead heading in for a final round 65 and the Houston Open's winning score at 20-under 268. He won by three shots over Scott Verplank and Chris Kirk.
2010 Shell Houston Open Winner
Anthony Kim ended a nearly two-year drought after defeating Vaughn Taylor in a playoff at the Houston Open Sunday in Humble, Texas. Kim squandered the chance to win in regulation when he bogeyed the last hole after missing a six-foot par putt. He carded 70 to tie Taylor, who birdied the last for 68, at 12-under-par 276 at Redstone.
2010 Shell Houston Open Winner: Anthony Kim
2009 Houston Open Winner:
Paul Casey of England is the first ever European champion at Houston's PGA TOUR event. Casey's 2009 Shell Houston Open win was his first on the PGA TOUR. The last player to win the event in his debut was Mike Heinen in 1994.
Shell Houston Open Winners
- 2016 Jim Herman - United States
- 2015 J. B. Holmes - United States
- 2014 Matt Jones - Australia
- 2013 D. A. Points - United States
- 2012 Hunter Mahan - United States
- 2011 Phil Mickelson - United States
- 2010 Anthony Kim - United States
- 2009 Paul Casey - England
- 2008 Johnson Wagner - United States
- 2007 Adam Scott - Australia
- 2006 Stuart Appleby - Australia
- 2005 Vijay Singh - Fiji
- 2004 Vijay Singh - Fiji
- 2003 Fred Couples - United States
- 2002 Vijay Singh - Fiji
- 2001 Hal Sutton - United States
- 2000 Robert Allenby - Australia
- 1999 Stuart Appleby - Australia
- 1998 David Duval - United States
- 1997 Phil Blackmar - United States
- 1996 Mark Brooks - United States
- 1995 Payne Stewart - United States
- 1994 Mike Heinen - United States
- 1993 Jim McGovern - United States
- 1992 Fred Funk - United States
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