CHAMPIONS - Quebec Championship

09/02/2014 2:28 PM

09/02/2014 2:33 PM

Friday, September 5th through Sunday, September 7th

Course Info

Site: Le Tempete Golf Club, Quebec, Canada

Course Architect: Darrell J. Huxham (2005)

Par: 72

Yardage: 7,065

Hole by Hole

Front Nine: 36 3,470 Yds

1 - Par 4 415 Yds

2 - Par 4 432 Yds

3 - Par 5 515 Yds

4 - Par 4 365 Yds

5 - Par 3 173 Yds

6 - Par 4 432 Yds

7 - Par 3 200 Yds

8 - Par 4 398 Yds

9 - Par 5 540 Yds

Back Nine: 36 3,595 Yds

10 - Par 4 465 Yds

11 - Par 3 214 Yds

12 - Par 5 590 Yds

13 - Par 4 426 Yds

14 - Par 5 510 Yds

15 - Par 3 198 Yds

16 - Par 4 469 Yds

17 - Par 3 179 Yds

18 - Par 5 544 Yds

Tournament Info

Year: 5th

Television: Golf Channel - Friday -- 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (et), - Saturday/Sunday -- 7-9 p.m. (et) - taped

Champion: Esteban Toledo

Runner Up: Kenny Perry

Tournament Record: 195 (John Cook, 2011)

54-Hole Record:

36-Hole Record: 128 (Chien Soon Lu, 2011)

Course Record:

Total Purse: $1,600,000

Shares: 1st Place - $240,000; 2nd Place - $140,800; 3rd Place - $115,200

2013 Final Leaderboard

Esteban Toledo * 211

Kenny Perry 211

Duffy Waldorf 212

Michael Allen 213

Andres Forsbrand 213

David Frost 213

Bernhard Langer 213

Loren Roberts 214

Eight players at 215

Past Winners

2013: *Esteban Toledo (211). Runner up: Kenny Perry

2012: Mark Calcavecchia (200). Runner up: Brad Bryant

2011: John Cook (195). Runner up: Chien Soon Lu

2010: Larry Mize (199). Runner up: John Cook

* - Won in Playoff

Formerly called Montreal Championship (2010-13)

Top Contenders

Esteban Toledo

2010:

2011:

2012:

2013: Won

Duffy Waldorf

2010:

2011:

2012:

2013: 3rd

Michael Allen

2010:

2011: T-16

2012: T-5

2013: T-4

David Frost

2010: T-20

2011: T-20

2012: T-8

2013: T-4

Loren Roberts

2010: T-5

2011:

2012: T-39

2013: 8th

Bill Glasson

2010: T-10

2011: T-4

2012: T-20

2013: T-9

Kirk Triplett

2010:

2011:

2012: T-20

2013: T-9

Rod Spittle

2010:

2011: T-7

2012: T-39

2013: T-9

Jeff Sluman

2010: T-29

2011: T-7

2012: T-20

2013: T-20

David Eger

2010:

2011: T-16

2012: T-11

2013: T-27

Chien Soon Lu

2010: T-44

2011: 2nd

2012: T-34

2013: T-27

Mark Calcavecchia

2010: T-16

2011:

2012: Won

2013: T-31

John Cook

2010: 2nd

2011: Won

2012: T-15

2013: T-31

Tom Byrum

2010:

2011:

2012: T-57

2013: T-31

Fred Funk

2010: T-44

2011:

2012: T-15

2013: T-38

Gene Sauers

2010:

2011:

2012:

2013: T-53

Jay Haas

2010: T-6

2011: T-10

2012: T-34

2013:

Billy Andrade

2010:

2011:

2012:

2013:

NOTES: The Champions Tour travels to Canada this week for the Quebec Championship. Five of the top-10 players on the money list are in the field - Jay Haas (3), Jeff Sluman (6), Michael Allen (8), Gene Sauers (9) and Kirk Triplett (10).

The 2010 tournament was the first time that the Champions Tour has played in Canada since the 2002 AT&T Senior Open Championship in Ontario, won by Tom Jenkins. The only other time a Champions Tour event was held in Quebec was the 1999 AT&T Senior Open Championship, won by Jim Ahern at Vallee du Richelieu.

Last year, Esteban Toledo chipped in for a birdie on the third playoff hole to defeat Kenny Perry. Toledo carded a 3-under 69 in the final round at La Vallee du Richelieu Golf Club's Rouville Course to finish the tournament at 5-under- par 211 with Perry.

John Cook posted rounds of 63-66-66 in 2011 to win by three shots over Chien Soon Lu. Cook finished the tournament at 21-under-par 195 for his third win of 2011 and eighth tour victory. He easily set a new tournament scoring record with his total of 195. Larry Mize established the old mark of 199 in 2010. It was the second time that Cook won in Canada, as he captured the 1983 Canadian Open on the PGA Tour.

In 2010, former Masters champion Mize fired an 8-under 64 in the final round to win his first title on the Champions Tour. He finished 54 holes at 17-under 199, good for a 1-shot win over second-round leader Cook. It was his first win at a PGA Tour-sanctioned event in 16 years, 10 months and 26 days.

The Champions Tour moves to Hawaii in two weeks for the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship at Kapolei Golf Club, where Mark Wiebe is the defending champion.

09/02 14:23:45 ET

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