A Look At The PGA Tour Schedule For February

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A Look At The PGA Tour Schedule For February

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Debby Wong- USA TODAY Sports

The first month of the golf season is behind us and what a month it was! The year started with Dustin Johnson taking the title in the wind blown and shortened Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Johnson improved his record to 3-0 in events that are cut to 54 holes due to weather related issues. He also notched a PGA Tour victory for the sixth consecutive season, second only to Phil Mickelson who has a streak of nine consecutive years with a win. This tournament was an odd start to the season with all the wind related delays.

The second tournament of 2013 was the Sony Open, which brought us the rise of Russell Henley, who won his PGA Tour debut as a rookie member. Henley birdied the final five holes on Sunday to get his first career win and recorded the third best score in PGA Tour history for a 72 hole tournament.

The next stop was the Humana Challenge, which provided an absolutely insane Sunday afternoon. Scott Stallings was leading the tournament by five strokes going into Sunday and found himself out of the three way playoff that was needed to crown a champion. Brian Gay beat Charles Howell III on the second playoff hole to get his first tour win of the season.

The Farmers Insurance Open, still in progress at the time of this writing, has Tiger Woods at the top of his game and easily leading the pack at the North and South courses of Torrey Pines. Another event that was affected by weather, the tournament was delayed on day three due to a dense fog that just would not lift for Saturday golf. The tournament will finish on Monday due to weather delays.

With an exciting first month behind us, let’s take a look at the five tournaments that will be played, either partially or in their entirety in the month of February.

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Waste Management Phoenix Open

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Jake Roth- USA TODAY Sports

The first tournament in February actually starts in January. The Waste Management Phoenix Open, being played at TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona, is being played from Jan. 31-Feb. 3. The tournament has $6.2 million purse and the defending champion is Kyle Stanley.

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AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

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Christopher Hanewinckel- USA TODAY Sports

The second Tournament in the month of February is the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. This tournament is being played at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California from Feb. 7th-10th. The tournament carries a $6.5 million dollar purse and the defending champion is Mickelson.

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Northern Trust Open

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Kyle Terada- USA TODAY Sports

Tournament three is the Northern Trust Open and is being held from Feb. 14th-17th at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California. The purse for the tournament is $6.6 million and the defending champion is Bill Haas.

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World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championships

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Kevin Liles- USA TODAY Sports

The last full tournament to be played in February is the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championships. This tournament is being held at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona. The purse for this event is $8.75 million and welcomes back defending champion Hunter Mahan.

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The Honda Classic

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Brian Spurlock- USA TODAY Sports

The Honda Classic starts in February and ends in March. The tournament is being played at the PGA National Championship Course in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida form Feb. 28-Mar. 3. The tournament has a total purse of $5.8 million and last year’s winner was Rory Mcilroy.

1 of 6

A Look At The PGA Tour Schedule For February

golf
Debby Wong- USA TODAY Sports

The first month of the golf season is behind us and what a month it was! The year started with Dustin Johnson taking the title in the wind blown and shortened Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Johnson improved his record to 3-0 in events that are cut to 54 holes due to weather related issues. He also notched a PGA Tour victory for the sixth consecutive season, second only to Phil Mickelson who has a streak of nine consecutive years with a win. This tournament was an odd start to the season with all the wind related delays.

The second tournament of 2013 was the Sony Open, which brought us the rise of Russell Henley, who won his PGA Tour debut as a rookie member. Henley birdied the final five holes on Sunday to get his first career win and recorded the third best score in PGA Tour history for a 72 hole tournament.

The next stop was the Humana Challenge, which provided an absolutely insane Sunday afternoon. Scott Stallings was leading the tournament by five strokes going into Sunday and found himself out of the three way playoff that was needed to crown a champion. Brian Gay beat Charles Howell III on the second playoff hole to get his first tour win of the season.

The Farmers Insurance Open, still in progress at the time of this writing, has Tiger Woods at the top of his game and easily leading the pack at the North and South courses of Torrey Pines. Another event that was affected by weather, the tournament was delayed on day three due to a dense fog that just would not lift for Saturday golf. The tournament will finish on Monday due to weather delays.

With an exciting first month behind us, let’s take a look at the five tournaments that will be played, either partially or in their entirety in the month of February.

2 of 6

Waste Management Phoenix Open

golf
Jake Roth- USA TODAY Sports

The first tournament in February actually starts in January. The Waste Management Phoenix Open, being played at TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona, is being played from Jan. 31-Feb. 3. The tournament has $6.2 million purse and the defending champion is Kyle Stanley.

3 of 6

AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

golf
Christopher Hanewinckel- USA TODAY Sports

The second Tournament in the month of February is the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. This tournament is being played at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California from Feb. 7th-10th. The tournament carries a $6.5 million dollar purse and the defending champion is Mickelson.

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Northern Trust Open

golf
Kyle Terada- USA TODAY Sports

Tournament three is the Northern Trust Open and is being held from Feb. 14th-17th at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California. The purse for the tournament is $6.6 million and the defending champion is Bill Haas.

5 of 6

World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championships

golf
Kevin Liles- USA TODAY Sports

The last full tournament to be played in February is the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championships. This tournament is being held at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona. The purse for this event is $8.75 million and welcomes back defending champion Hunter Mahan.

6 of 6

The Honda Classic

golf
Brian Spurlock- USA TODAY Sports

The Honda Classic starts in February and ends in March. The tournament is being played at the PGA National Championship Course in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida form Feb. 28-Mar. 3. The tournament has a total purse of $5.8 million and last year’s winner was Rory Mcilroy.


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