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B.C. Open

 

The B.C. Open is a former tournament on the PGA Tour, played from the early 1970s though the mid 2000-aughts. The "B.C." in the title stands for Broome County, that being the county in New York where the tournament was played. The event took place annually in Endicott, N.Y., which is also the hometown of cartoonist Johnny Hart, who drew the comic strip called B.C. But the tournament name refers to the county, not the comic strip.

First played: 1973

Last played: 2006

Also known as: It was always the B.C. Open.

Winners of the B.C. Open
2006 - John Rollins
2005 - Jason Bohn
2004 - Jonathan Byrd
2003 - Craig Stadler
2002 - Spike McRoy
2001 - Jeff Sluman
2000 - Brad Faxon
1999 - Brad Faxon
1998 - Chris Perry
1997 - Gabriel Hjertstedt
1996 - Fred Funk
1995 - Hal Sutton
1994 - Mike Sullivan
1993 - Blaine McCallister
1992 - John Daly
1991 - Fred Couples
1990 - Nolan Henke
1989 - Mike Hulbert
1988 - Bill Glasson
1987 - Joey Sindelar
1986 - Rick Fehr
1985 - Joey Sindelar
1984 - Wayne Levi
1983 - Pat Lindsey
1982 - Calvin Peete
1981 - Jay Haas
1980 - Don Pooley
1979 - Howard Twitty
1978 - Tom Kite
1977 - Gil Morgan
1976 - Bob Wynn
1975 - Don Iverson
1974 - Richie Karl
1973 - Hubert Green

Golf Courses: The home course throughout the event's history, with one exception, was En-Joie Golf Course in Endicott, N.Y. The one exception was the tournament's final year, when flooding forced the event away from En-Joie and to Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona. Ironically, after the B.C. Open ended following the 2006 event, Turning Stone became the site of a different PGA Tour tournament the next year, and later a Champions Tour event.

 

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