MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ
2022 Boeing Classic
Miguel Angel Jimenez won the 2022 Boeing Classic for his third PGA TOUR Champions victory of the season, closing with a 5-under 67 to hold off David McKenzie by two strokes. Jimenez, tied for the lead with Billy Andrade entering the round, birdied five of the first 12 holes and parred the last six. The 58-year-old Spanish star finished at 15-under 201 at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge.
2021 Boeing Classic
Rod Pampling won the 2021 Boeing Classic for his first PGA TOUR Champions victory when Jim Furyk and Woody Austin failed to get up-and-down for birdie from greenside bunkers on the par-5 18th.
Pampling, playing five groups ahead of Furyk and Austin at Snoqualmie Ridge, shot a 6-under 66 to finish at 12-under 204. In the clubhouse as the leader, he waited out the last groups from the driving range as his score held up. He opened eagle-birdie and then posted birdies on Nos. 7, 9, 11, 12 and 14. The 51-year-old Australian won three times on the PGA TOUR, the last in 2017 in Las Vegas, and has two PGA TOUR of Australasia wins.
2019 Boeing Classic
Brandt Jobe came back from a seven stroke deficit entering the final round to win the 2019 Boeing Classic. Jobe finished at 18 under, three shots ahead of Tom Pernice Jr., who shot a final-round 65. Fred Couples finished in third for the fourth time in eight appearances in his hometown tournament.
Jobe posted a 9-under 63 Sunday to win his second PGA TOUR Champions title, the other being the 2017 Principal Charity Classic. He started the final round with a flurry, recording seven birdies in his first nine holes to charge up the leaderboard. A birdie on #14 gave him the lead and two more birdies on #17 and #18 closed out his victory.
2018 Boeing Classic
Scott Parel wins the 14th annual Boeing Classic to claim his first PGA Tour Champions win. Parel put the tournament away with birdies on 16 and 17. He shot a nine-under par 63, a career best on the PGA Tour Champions, that was four shots better than anyone who finished in the top 10 and nine strokes better than the 36-hole leaders, Kevin Sutherland and senior tour rookie Ken Tanigawa.
2017 Boeing Classic
Fan favorite Jerry Kelly wins the 13th annual Boeing Classic to claim his first PGA Tour Champions title. The newcomer held off stiff competition from Jerry Smith to secure the victory by one stroke. Kelly had a tournament record 19-under 197 total at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge.
2016 Boeing Classic
Bernhard Langer emerged victorious after a three-way playoff with Woody Austin and Kevin Sutherland. The German star took advantage of Austin and Sutherland both finding bunkers on the 18th in the playoff. Langer won for the fourth time this season and posted his 29th win on the PGA TOUR Champions, tying him for second with Lee Trevino on the career list. Bernhard Langer also won the Boeing Classic in 2010.
2015 Boeing Classic
Making the most of his first appearance at the Boeing Classic, Billy Andrade held off several golfers to win the 11th Annual Tournament. Andrade shot 73 in the final round for a cumulative total score of 207. The 73 is the highest final round score by a Boeing Classic Champion, and the three-round total of 207 ties the tournament record for highest cumulative total by the winner. It was Andrade's first PGA TOUR Champions title in an individual stroke-play event, and it was his first professional tour victory since 2000.
2014 Boeing Classic
It was another exciting finish at the 10th Anniversary of the Boeing Classic as Scott Dunlap beat out Mark Brooks in a sudden-death playoff to earn the 2014 Boeing Classic title. This was the fifth time in ten years a champion was decided in a playoff, making Sunday at the Boeing Classic a must-see event year after year!
2013 Boeing Classic
John Riegger held off some of professional golf's most notable names — among them, Bernhard Langer, Tom Lehman, John Cook and Seattle native Fred Couples — to finish with a 15-under total of 201 and earn the title of Champion of the 2013 Boeing Classic.
In only his fifth Champions Tour start since turning 50 in June, Riegger had every reason to be nervous as the impressive field pursued him throughout Sunday’s final round. He began the day with a three-shot lead, but a shaky front nine left him trailing Langer, the Hall of Famer, by one shot. The back nine though was another story, where he persevered and then thrived with birdies on three of his last four holes to finish with a 68 and two strokes ahead of the field.
30,000 fans crowded around the 18th green to celebrate Riegger’s win, tying the tournament record for a Championship Sunday crowd, and the Tournament Week total of 86,000 established a new Boeing Classic attendance record.
Jay Don Blake
2012 Boeing Classic
The Boeing Classic has become synonymous with thrilling finishes and this year was no different, as Jay Don Blake outlasted Mark O'Meara on the second playoff hole to become the 2012 Boeing Classic Champion. For the fourth time in eight years the tournament was decided in a playoff and 28,000 fans crowded around the 18th Green to join in on the excitement.
On the first playoff hole, Blake missed a short birdie putt first, giving O'Meara a chance at the title. But his 8-footer slid right of the hole and sent the duo to a second playoff hole. Playing No. 18 for the third time on the day, O'Meara pulled his second shot into the rough left of the green and his pitch checked up short. Blake's second shot went into the rough behind the green, but his pitch nearly went in, leaving him with a tap-in birdie. O'Meara wasn't able to find the hole on his birdie, giving Blake his third Champions Tour win in the last two years.
2011 Boeing Classic
Mark Calcavecchia recorded his first win on the Champions Tour with his victory at the 2011 Boeing Classic, holding off Russ Cochran with a two-putt birdie on the first Playoff hole in front of a record 30,000 fans at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge. A 13-time winner on the PGA Tour, Calcavecchia went head-to-head with Cochran on Sunday as both players shot 7-under 65s to finish at 14-under. It was Calcavecchia though who made the big shots when he needed them most and provided yet another thrilling finish to cap the most the most successful event in tournament history.
2010 Boeing Classic
Bernhard Langer shot a 3-under-par 69 on Sunday to win the Boeing Classic by three strokes over Nick Price and tied the tournament record with a three-round total of 198.
2009 Boeing Classic
Second-round co-leader Loren Roberts birdied the final two holes to steal the 2009 Boeing Classic title. Roberts outlasted Mark O'Meara by nearly matching his sterling tee shot at 17 and dribbled in a 5-foot birdie putt. On No. 18, Roberts birdied the uphill final hole with a short pitch shot to 3 feet and dropped the putt for his third victory this season. Roberts shot a 7-under 65 in the final round and set a new tournament record at 18 under
2008 Boeing Classic
Kite climbed back from two shots down with three birdies in four holes on the back nine Sunday, rallying to overtake Scott Simpson to win the Boeing Classic by two shots. Kite finished at 14 under after shooting a 6-under 66 in the final round for his 10th career Champions Tour title and 2nd Boeing Classic Title.
2007 Boeing Classic
Watson won a record 7-man playoff to take Boeing Classic. Playing No. 18 for the third time in an hour, Watson hit a 3-wood to about 18 feet, then made a 22-foot putt, to end the largest playoff in Champions Tour history.
2006 Boeing Classic
Tom Kite birdied the first playoff hole to defeat Keith Fergus and win the Boeing Classic.
It was his second title of 2006 and ninth of his career on the Champions Tour.
2005 Boeing Classic
The competition that had started with a bunched field, but after the first day wound up being a one-man show.
Eger won by three strokes, shooting 5-under 67 on Championship Sunday for a three-day total of 17-under 199.