Ellie Mae Classic

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Since 2009, the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae has been an annual host for the PGA Tour's Web.com Tour. Those who finish in the top-25 of the Web.com Tour money list, along with the top-25 finishers in the Web.com Playoffs, earn PGA Tour cards for the following season. 

The Path to the PGA TOUR

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Notable past participants of the Ellie Mae Classic include Justin Thomas, Adam Scott, Daniel Berger, James Hahn, Adam Hadwin, Brendan Steele, Jamie Lovemark, Jason Gore, Tony Finau (2014 Winner), Si-Woo Kim (2015 Winner) and more.

Past Ellie Mae Classic Winners

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2009 - Michael Sim
2010 - Kevin Chappell
2011 - Daniel Chopra
2012 - Alex Aragon
2014 - Tony Finau
2015 - Si Woo Kim
2016 - Stephan Jaeger
2017 - Martin Piller
2018 - Trevor Cone

Past Ellie Mae Classic winners have won a combined six PGA TOUR tournaments, including The Players Championship, 21 Web.com Tour Tournaments and made two President's Cup appearances.

Stephen Curry plays in 2017 Ellie Mae Classic

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In 2017, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors played in the Ellie Mae Classic on a sponsors exemption and blew away expectations by shooting a 74 in both Round 1 & 2. Curry's performance did not go unnoticed by Jason Day of the PGA Tour; “to be honest, I think it’s pretty special for a two-time MVP to be able to shoot 74 at a pro event and beat other pros,”

Stephen Jaeger Rewrites History

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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. His final score of 30 under par stands as the lowest 72 Hole Tournament aggregate score in history at a PGA Tour sanctioned event.

Charitable Giving

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While the Ellie Mae Classic hosts the best up and coming golfers in the world, the main mission of the Tournament is to give back to the community we all live in.  The Ellie Mae Classic's charitable partners include the Warriors Community Foundation, First Tee of the East Bay, NCGA Youth on Course and Habitat for Humanity, 

For more information on the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae, please visit EllieMaeClassic.com.

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