Founded (1990), owned and operated by the PGA TOUR, the Web.com Tour continues to identify those players who are ready to compete and win on golf’s biggest stage. In 2013, the Web.com Tour became The Path to the PGA TOUR with all 50 available PGA TOUR cards coming through the Web.com Tour and the season culminating at the four-event Web.com Tour Finals. The Ellie Mae Classic 2017 will mark the 8th time TPC Stonebrae has hosted this prestigious event.
Past Winners of the Ellie Mae Classic
2016- Stephan Jaeger (2017 BMW Charity Pro-Am Winner)
2015 Si-woo Kim (2016 Wyndham Championship and 2017 Players Championship Winner)
2014- Tony Finau (2016 Puerto Rico Open Winner)
2012- Alex Aragon
2011- Daniel Chopra
2010- Kevin Chappell (2017 Valero Texas Open Winner)
2009- Michael Sim
History Made at 2016 Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae
At the 2016 Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae, Stephan Jaeger broke record after record and won the Ellie Mae Classic by 7 strokes at -30 under par. In Round 1 of the Ellie Mae Classic, Stephan Jaeger shot a 58 becoming the first person to ever card a 58 in a PGA Tour, Web.com Tour, Champions Tour or any PGA Tour sanctioned event. Here are the historical records Stephan achieved during the 2016 Ellie Mae Classic:
Score of 58 strokes after Round 1 – Lowest aggregate score after Round 1 in history at a PGA Tour sanctioned event.
Score of 123 strokes after Round 2 – Lowest aggregate score after Round 2 in history at a PGA Tour sanctioned event.
Score of 187 strokes after Round 3 – Lowest aggregate score after Round 3 in history at a PGA Tour sanctioned event.
Final Tournament Score of 250 Strokes – Lowest 72 Hole Tournament aggregate score in history at a PGA Tour sanctioned event.
Round 1 Score of 58 – First to ever card a score of 58 and now tied with Jim Furyk for Lowest Tournament Round in history at a PGA Tour sanctioned event.
Round 1 Score of 58 – Lowest Tournament Round in the history of the Web.com Tour.
Stephen Curry to Play in 2017 Ellie Mae Classic
“HAYWARD, Calif. – The Web.com Tour and Ellie Mae announced today that 2017 National Basketball Association (NBA) Champion and Golden State Warriors All-Star Guard Stephen Curry will play in the Tour’s Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae, to be contested the week of July 31-August 6, 2017. Curry will maintain his amateur status in the event and will compete on an unrestricted sponsor exemption.
“We’re proud to welcome Stephen Curry to the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae. He’s a terrific player on the court and we expect him to dominate on the green as well,” said Jonathan Corr, president and CEO of Ellie Mae. “We’re also thrilled to once again partner with our main charitable beneficiary, the Warriors Community Foundation. We love seeing the players, coaches and staff out on the course, supporting the tournament’s tradition of philanthropy, which aligns with our core value of giving back.”
The Warriors Community Foundation serves as the event’s main charitable beneficiary, as charity continues to play a key role in every PGA TOUR-sanctioned event, with other Ellie Mae charities also benefiting. The TOUR and its tournaments generated a record $166 million for charity in 2016, in turn elevating the all-time total donated to charity to $2.46 billion.”
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