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A Storied Past, A New Beginning


The TimberTech Championship continues a longstanding tradition of professional golf in South Florida. Debuting in 2007 as the Allianz Championship, the tournament is recognized as one the PGA TOUR Champions Professionals’ favorite stops all year, the tournament and TimberTech, an outdoor living brand by The AZEK Company, are honored to welcome the top 54 PGA TOUR Champions competitors to Boca Raton as they battle in the semifinal tournament of the Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs.


Quick Facts

  • Dates

    October 30 - November 5, 2023

  • Television Times

    Friday, Saturday & Sunday

  • Format

    54 Hole Stroke Play

  • Player Field

    The Top 54 Players in the Charles Schwab Cup Standings

  • Purse / Winner’s Share

    $2,200, 000 / $350,000

  • Course

    The Old Course at Broken Sound, Par 72, 7,015 Yards

  • Defending Champion

    Bernhard Langer (70-63-66, 199)

  • Volunteers

    Over 700 volunteers give their time to help make the TimberTech Championship one of the premier tournaments on the PGA TOUR Champions. No matter your level of experience with the game of golf, there are an array of volunteer positions available for people of all ages and interests.

  • Tickets

    Net proceeds benefit the Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation and South Florida charities through the Boca Raton Champions Golf Charities. Learn more about Grounds Passes, Club 18, and Hospitality tickets.

  • Charity

    The AZEK Company and the TimberTech brand are honored to have a long-lasting impact in South Florida. While we welcome the top 54 PGA TOUR Champions competitors to Boca Raton, our true mission is to support and leave our community and planet better off than we found it.

Past Winners


Steven Alker


Bernhard Langer shoots a course record nine under (63) during Round 2 to win his hometown event for the third time.


Champion: Bernhard Langer by 6 strokes (70-63-66, 199)


Steven Alker


Protecting a one-stroke lead heading into the par-5 finishing hole, Alker finished off a four-under 68 in style by making a birdie to outduel coleaders Jim Furyk and Miguel Angel Jimenez by two strokes for his first PGA TOUR Champions victory.


Champion: Steven Alker by 2 strokes (68-63-68, 199)


Darren Clarke


Darren Clarke took home $300,000 of the $2,000,000 purse with his first PGA TOUR Champions win. Clark birdied the final hole of the tournament to take a one-shot lead over the final group of Jim Furyk and two-time champion Bernhard Langer.


Champion: Darren Clarke by 1 stroke (69-62-68, 199)


Bernhard Langer


The Boca Raton local finished at a tournament record -19 to win his second Championship in his home city. Langer birdied five of his first seven holes in the final round and eventually went bogey free to win by 5-strokes. 


Champion: Bernhard Langer by 5 strokes (64-68-65, 197)


Mark Calcavecchia


Mark Calcavecchia’s first TOUR Champions win since 2015 was an incredible 2-stroke wire-to-wire victory. Calcavecchia almost surrendered the lead to Bernhard Langer on the 16th hole, but hit a 20-foot bogey save to keep the score tied. Langer bogeyed his final two holes to relinquish his part of the lead to the eventual champion.


Champion: Mark Calcavecchia by 2 strokes (64-66-70, 200)


Scott McCarron


Scott McCarron won in incredible fashion, as he eagled the final hole of the tournament to take the lead by a single stroke for his third TOUR Champions victory. Sticking a 179 yard 7-iron to 6 feet from the hole set up McCarron for his second eagle of the day and eventual winning putt.


Champion: Scott McCarron by 1 stroke (66-66-67, 199)


Esteban Toledo


It took three playoff holes for Esteban Toledo to defeat Billy Andrade for his fourth win on the PGA TOUR Champions. Toledo, a former professional boxer, fought his way to victory, as he made a par save on the first playoff hole after hitting his second shot into the palmetto bushes. This was Toledo’s third win in a playoff, and third win on the third playoff hole.


Champion: Esteban Toledo def. Billy Andrade in a playoff (68,70,67, 205)


Paul Goydos


During a final round where nine players held a share of the lead at some point, Paul Goydos separated himself from the pack with a chip-in birdie on the 9th hole and never relinquished his share again. Solidifying his second win on the PGA TOUR Champions, Goydos nailed a must-make birdie on the final hole of the tournament to gain full control of the lead for a final time, as he lost the last five playoffs, he was in.


Champion: Paul Goydos by 1 stroke (66-69-69, 204)


Michael Allen


After a PGA TOUR Champions tying record low of 60 on Friday, Michael Allen became one of the seven men who have shot that number and went on to win. It may have taken two playoff holes against Duffy Walford to do it, but Allen still took home his 6th TOUR Champions title. After Waldorf hit his approach into the bunker, an easy two-putt led Allen to victory.  


Champion: Michael Allen def. Duffy Waldorf in a playoff (60-69-69, 198)


Rocco Mediate


In his TOUR Champions debut, Rocco Mediate birdied the 18th and final hole of the tournament to win his first title. Tom Pernice Jr., the last TOUR Champions player to win in his debut, had an opportunity on the same hole to force a playoff, but couldn’t sink the putt.


Champion: Rocco Mediate by 2 strokes (67,67,71, 205)


Corey Pavin


Corey Pavin rolled and holed a 12-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to defeat Peter Senior for his first win in 122 total starts. On the par-3 14th hole, Pavin flipped around an 8-iron and hit a chip left-handed from the base of a tree to five feet from the pin, saving par and his share of the lead. 


Champion: Corey Pavin def. Peter Senior in a playoff (64-70-71, 205)


Tom Lehman


Tom Lehman won his third TOUR Champions title by birdying the final hole to separate himself from Jeff Sluman and Rod Spittle. 


Champion: Tom Lehman by 2 strokes (65-69-69, 203)


Bernhard Langer


On the first playoff hole, John Cook hit the green in two to give himself an opportunity for eagle, while Bernhard Langer landed his approach shot in the bunker. Langer proceeded to sink his bunker shot for a chip-in eagle while Cook barely missed his eagle try.


Champion: Bernhard Langer def. John Cook in a playoff (67-65-67, 199)


Mike Goodes


Mike Goodes, who turned pro at age 50, shot a 66 on Sunday to win by one stroke over Fulton Allem for his first career Champions Tour title at the TimberTech Championship
Champion: Mike Goodes by 1 stroke (67-68-66, 201)


Scott Hoch


With a 14-under total of 202, Hoch, who underwent wrist surgery in 2005, shot a 68 in the final round, finishing one stroke ahead of Brad Bryant
Champion: Scott Hoch by 1 stroke (67-67-68, 202)


Mark James


England’s Mark James won the Allianz Championship in his first tournament of the year, closing with a 4-under 68 for a two-stroke victory on Sunday over Champions Tour player of the year Jay Haas. 
Champion: Mark James by 2 strokes (64-69-68, 201)

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