David McLay Kidd begins scouting the Hayward Hills to create the layout for TPC Stonebrae.
April 15th, 2005
TPC Stonebrae breaks ground on the first hole to be built, the fairway of the 10th hole.
october 12th, 2007
Stonebrae Country Club opens for business and later partners with the PGA TOUR and becomes TPC San Francisco Bay at Stonebrae. When the PGA TOUR partnered with the city of San Francisco to create TPC Harding Park, the course name was shortened to TPC Stonebrae.
TPC Stonebrae hosts the first ever Ellie Mae Classic of the Web.com Tour. The Tournament was won by Michael Sim with a final score of -18.
Kevin Chappell wins the 2010 Ellie Mae Classic with a final score of -20. Kevin went on to win the 2017 Valero Texas Open on the PGA Tour and earn a spot on Team USA for the 2017 President's Cup.
Daniel Chopra wins the Ellie Mae Classic by one stroke and a final score of -12.
2011 & 2012
NFL Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Jerry Rice participates in the Ellie Mae Classic in 2011 and 2012 on a sponsors exemption.
Alex Aragon wins the Ellie Mae Classic by one stroke with a final score of 12 under.
TPC Stonebrae builds a brand new Clubhouse to open in 2014. The Web.com Tour takes a one year hiatus from the Ellie Mae Classic due to construction.
TPC Stonebrae opens a brand new Clubhouse complete with a fitness facility, pool, restaurant, tennis courts and more. Golf INC Magazine later named our Clubhouse the "2nd Best New Clubhouse in the World."
Tony Finau cards a 4 under 66 in the final round to secure his first Web.com Tour win and earn his PGA Tour card. Tony would later go on and earn his first PGA TOUR victory at the 2016 Puerto Rico Open.
Si Woo Kim wins the 2015 Ellie Mae Classic in a playoff becoming the second-youngest tournament winner in Web.com Tour history. Since then, Si Woo Kim won the 2016 Wyndham Championship, the 2017 Players Championship and earned a spot on the 2017 President's Cup International Team.
Stephan Jaeger wins the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae and rewrites the Tour's history books.
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 round of 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.
Martin Piller wins the Ellie Mae Classic with a final round 64 to finish at -18 on the week.
Martin Piller's win at the Ellie Mae Classic marked his sixth Web.com Tour win, moving him to to second on the all time Web.com Tour wins list behind Jason Gore.
Three time NBA Champion and two time NBA MVP, Stephen Curry, plays in the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae on a sponsors exemption.
At the 2017 Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae, Stephen Curry blew away expectations by shooting a 74 in both Round 1 & 2 of the Ellie Mae Classic. While Stephen did not make the cut, his performance did not go unnoticed by members 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,” -Jason Day
"Gutsy day from Stephen Curry, proved A LOT of people wrong. Dude has game! And I am sneaky glad he bogied 18 so I didn't tie him today." -Justin Thomas
"That was awesome what he did, I think he certainly beat most everybody’s expectations." -Jordan Spieth
In just his 8th Web.com Tour Tournament, Trevor Cone finishes at 23 under to win the Ellie Mae Classic.
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