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2013 PGA Tour Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_PGA_Tour

2013 PGA Tour season
DurationJanuary 4, 2013 (2013-01-04) – September 22, 2013 (2013-09-22)
Number of official events40
Most wins5:
United States Tiger Woods
FedEx CupSweden Henrik Stenson
Money winnerUnited States Tiger Woods
Player of the YearUnited States Tiger Woods
Rookie of the YearUnited States Jordan Spieth
2012

The 2013 PGA Tour was the 98th season of the U.S.-based golf tour, and the 46th since separating from the PGA of America. The season began on January 4, 2013.

The season ran from January to September, the shorter-than-usual schedule aiding in the transition from the long-running January–December schedule to the new wraparound October–September schedule. It was the last season to be held entirely in one calendar year; the 2013–14 season would begin in October 2013.

Schedule[edit]

The following table lists official events during the 2013 season.[1]

Date Tournament Location Purse
(US$)
Winner[a] OWGR
points
Notes
Jan 8 Hyundai Tournament of Champions Hawaii 5,700,000 United States Dustin Johnson (7) 46 Winners-only event
Jan 13 Sony Open in Hawaii Hawaii 5,600,000 United States Russell Henley (1) 38
Jan 20 Humana Challenge California 5,600,000 United States Brian Gay (4) 44 Pro-Am
Jan 28 Farmers Insurance Open California 6,100,000 United States Tiger Woods (75) 50
Feb 3 Waste Management Phoenix Open Arizona 6,200,000 United States Phil Mickelson (41) 52
Feb 10 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am California 6,500,000 United States Brandt Snedeker (5) 40 Pro-Am
Feb 17 Northern Trust Open California 6,600,000 United States John Merrick (1) 60
Feb 24 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship Arizona 8,750,000 United States Matt Kuchar (5) 74 World Golf Championship
Mar 3 The Honda Classic Florida 6,000,000 United States Michael Thompson (1) 56
Mar 10 WGC-Cadillac Championship Florida 8,750,000 United States Tiger Woods (76) 74 World Golf Championship
Mar 10 Puerto Rico Open Puerto Rico 3,500,000 United States Scott Brown (1) 24 Alternate event
Mar 17 Tampa Bay Championship Florida 5,500,000 United States Kevin Streelman (1) 52
Mar 25 Arnold Palmer Invitational Florida 6,200,000 United States Tiger Woods (77) 66 Invitational
Mar 31 Shell Houston Open Texas 6,200,000 United States D. A. Points (2) 56
Apr 7 Valero Texas Open Texas 6,200,000 Scotland Martin Laird (3) 44
Apr 14 Masters Tournament Georgia 8,000,000 Australia Adam Scott (9) 100 Major championship
Apr 21 RBC Heritage South Carolina 5,800,000 Northern Ireland Graeme McDowell (2) 52 Invitational
Apr 28 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Louisiana 6,600,000 United States Billy Horschel (1) 44
May 5 Wells Fargo Championship North Carolina 6,700,000 United States Derek Ernst (1) 52
May 12 The Players Championship Florida 9,500,000 United States Tiger Woods (78) 80 Flagship event
May 19 HP Byron Nelson Championship Texas 6,700,000 South Korea Bae Sang-moon (1) 40
May 26 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Texas 6,400,000 United States Boo Weekley (3) 46 Invitational
Jun 2 Memorial Tournament Ohio 6,200,000 United States Matt Kuchar (6) 70 Invitational
Jun 9 FedEx St. Jude Classic Tennessee 5,700,000 United States Harris English (1) 34
Jun 16 U.S. Open Pennsylvania 8,000,000 England Justin Rose (5) 100 Major championship
Jun 23 Travelers Championship Connecticut 6,100,000 United States Ken Duke (1) 48
Jun 30 AT&T National Maryland 6,500,000 United States Bill Haas (5) 46 Invitational
Jul 7 Greenbrier Classic West Virginia 6,300,000 Sweden Jonas Blixt (2) 42
Jul 14 John Deere Classic Illinois 4,600,000 United States Jordan Spieth (1) 36
Jul 21 The Open Championship Scotland £5,250,000 United States Phil Mickelson (42) 100 Major championship
Jul 21 Sanderson Farms Championship Mississippi 3,000,000 United States Woody Austin (4) 24 Alternate event
Jul 28 RBC Canadian Open Canada 5,600,000 United States Brandt Snedeker (6) 46
Aug 4 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational Ohio 8,750,000 United States Tiger Woods (79) 76 World Golf Championship
Aug 4 Reno–Tahoe Open Nevada 3,000,000 United States Gary Woodland (2) 24 Alternate event
Aug 11 PGA Championship New York 8,000,000 United States Jason Dufner (3) 100 Major championship
Aug 18 Wyndham Championship North Carolina 5,300,000 United States Patrick Reed (1) 44
Aug 25 The Barclays New Jersey 8,000,000 Australia Adam Scott (10) 74 FedEx Cup playoff event
Sep 2 Deutsche Bank Championship Massachusetts 8,000,000 Sweden Henrik Stenson (3) 74 FedEx Cup playoff event
Sep 16 BMW Championship Illinois 8,000,000 United States Zach Johnson (10) 72 FedEx Cup playoff event
Sep 22 Tour Championship Georgia 8,000,000 Sweden Henrik Stenson (4) 60 FedEx Cup playoff event

Unofficial events[edit]

The following events were sanctioned by the PGA Tour, but did not carry FedEx Cup points or official money, nor were wins official.

Date Tournament Location Purse
($)
Winners OWGR
points
Notes
Mar 26 Tavistock Cup Florida 2,170,000 Team Albany n/a Team event
Jun 25 CVS Caremark Charity Classic Rhode Island 1,500,000 United States Steve Stricker and
United States Bo Van Pelt
n/a Team event
Oct 6 Presidents Cup Ohio n/a Team USA n/a Tweam event

Location of tournaments[edit]

Money leaders[edit]

The money list was based on prize money won during the season, calculated in U.S. dollars.[2]

Position Player Events Prize money ($)
1 United States Tiger Woods 16 8,553,439
2 Sweden Henrik Stenson 18 6,388,230
3 United States Matt Kuchar 23 5,616,808
4 United States Phil Mickelson 21 5,495,793
5 United States Brandt Snedeker 23 5,318,087

Awards[edit]

Award Winner
FedEx Cup Sweden Henrik Stenson
Money winner (Arnold Palmer Award) United States Tiger Woods
PGA Tour Player of the Year (Jack Nicklaus Trophy) United States Tiger Woods
PGA Player of the Year United States Tiger Woods
Rookie of the Year United States Jordan Spieth
Scoring leader (PGA – Vardon Trophy) United States Tiger Woods
Scoring leader (PGA Tour – Byron Nelson Award) United States Steve Stricker

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The number in brackets after each winner's name is the number of PGA Tour events he had won up to and including that tournament. This information is only shown for PGA Tour members.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2013 Schedule". PGA Tour.
  2. ^ "Money Leaders – 2013". PGA Tour.

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