Question: Who Has The Most Wins At Pebble Beach?

Who has won the most at Pebble Beach?

Winners

YearPlayerFirst prize ($)
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
2019Phil Mickelson (5)1,368,000
2018Ted Potter Jr.1,332,000
2017Jordan Spieth1,296,000

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How many wins does Tiger Woods have at Pebble Beach?

Woods has won 81 official PGA Tour events, second only to Sam Snead (82), and eight ahead of Jack Nicklaus’s 73 wins. (See List of golfers with most PGA Tour wins.) Woods has won 15 majors, second all time behind Jack Nicklaus’ 18.

Who holds the record for most wins in golf?

This record is for the most wins on the PGA Tour by a golfer from age 30 through 39:

  • Arnold Palmer – 44 wins.
  • Ben Hogan – 43.
  • Jack Nicklaus – 38.
  • Sam Snead – 37.
  • Byron Nelson – 35.
  • Billy Casper – 34.
  • Tiger Woods – 33.

Who has more wins than Tiger Woods?

List of golfers with most PGA Tour wins

RankNameWins
1Sam Snead H82
2Tiger Woods81
3Jack Nicklaus H73
4Ben Hogan H64

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How much is a round of golf at Pebble Beach?

Pebble Beach green fees for a standard round are a whopping $550 per person. In addition to that initial price, it costs $45 per person to use a cart. If you choose to go the caddie route and walk, which is recommended, the caddie fee will run you another $95 per bag.

Who owns Pebble Beach Country Club?

Pebble Beach Golf Links, The Links at Spanish Bay, Spyglass Hill and Peter Hay Golf Course are owned by Pebble Beach Company and are all public courses.

Who is Tiger Woods current girlfriend?

Erica Herman has become a regular at Tiger Woods’ biggest tournaments. Herman, his girlfriend, is the general manager at The Woods, Woods’ high-class sports bar in Jupiter, Florida.

How Much Is Tiger Woods worth?

His total career earnings are estimated at a staggering $1.5 billion, and Tiger Woods’ net worth is currently about $800 million.

Who has won the most professional golf tournaments?

Most Career Wins on the PGA Tour

  1. Sam Snead, 82 wins.
  2. Tiger Woods, 81 wins.
  3. Jack Nicklaus, 63 wins.
  4. Ben Hogan, 64 wins.
  5. Arnold Palmer, 62 wins.