Since its inception in 1999, the Barracuda Championship has had the honor of creating opportunities for great moments in sports for members of the PGA TOUR. As the PGA TOUR tagline states, “These guys are good!”

Displaying incredible playing ability year after year, including a record-breaking low round of 61 for 2011 champion Scott Piercy and an unprecedented feat on a pair of par 3s by acing two holes in the same round in 2006 by Yusaku Miyazato, each of these amazing athletes has brought excitement to the grounds of Montrêux. With the 2022 tournament to again be scored in a Modified Stableford format, this will only encourage even more aggressive play for some of the best golf you have seen!

Join us in congratulating these PGA TOUR golfers on their Barracuda Championship titles. Who will be next?

See you at this year’s Barracuda Championship, July 14-17, 2022.

Richy Werenski

Richy Werenski

First-time PGA TOUR champion Richy Werenski claimed the trophy at the 2020 Barracuda Championship. On his 100th PGA start he finished with a +39 (+6/+11/+9/+13.) Werenski turned professional after graduating from Georgia Tech in 2014 and in early 2015, Werenski won the Golf Channel’s reality show Big Break The Palm Beaches, FL.Werenski is the fifth consecutive winner of the Barracuda Championship to earn their first TOUR victory at the Modified Stableford format event.

Collin Morikawa

Collin Morikawa

First-time PGA TOUR champion Collin Morikawa took home the trophy at round four of the 21st annual Barracuda Championship with a +47 (+13/+7/+13/+14). Morikawa received a sponsor exemption to the tournament and just recently turned professional following a record-setting collegiate career. Morikawa is the fourth consecutive winner of the Barracuda Championship to earn first TOUR victory at this event. It was his third consecutive top-five finish on TOUR while recording his 13th consecutive round under par this season.

Andrew Putnam

Andrew Putnam

Putnam won his first PGA TOUR level event at the 2018 Barracuda Championship; a highly anticipated accomplishment after recording 6 Top-Ten finishes on the PGA TOUR over the course of his career. He played college golf at Pepperdine University where he was a three-time All-American. Born on January 25, 1989, in Tacoma, Washington, Putnam and his older brother Michael were the first brothers to simultaneously play on the PGA TOUR since the Pappas brothers in 2004.

2017
Chris Stroud
2016
Greg Chalmers
2015 & 2012
J.J.
Henry
2014
Geoff Ogilvy
2013
Gary Woodland
2011
Scott Piercy
2010
Matt Bettencourt
2009
John Rollins
2008
Parker McLachlin
2007
Steve Flesch
2006
Will MacKenzie
2005 & 2004
Vaughn Taylor
2003
Kirk Triplett
2002
Chris
Riley
2001
John
Cook
2000
Scott Verplank
1999
Notah Begay III
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