TPC Stonebrae Championship

Stonebrae Classic
Tournament information
Location Hayward, California
Established 2009
Course(s) TPC Stonebrae
Par 70
Length 7,100 yards
Tour(s) Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund $600,000
Month played July
Tournament record score
Aggregate 250 Stephan Jäger (2016)
To par −30 as above
Current champion
Germany Stephan Jäger

The Stonebrae Classic is a golf tournament on the Tour. It was first played in 2009 at the TPC Stonebrae, formerly Stonebrae Country Club, in Hayward, California.[1]

The inaugural event had a prize fund of $600,000 with $108,000 going to the winner, Australian Michael Sim who shot a final round 64 to triumph by 6 strokes.[2] The 2010 event had the same purse and American Kevin Chappell won his first Nationwide Tour event. Daniel Chopra of Sweden won the 2011 event, shortened to 54 holes after fog delayed and then canceled the fourth round.[3]

The event was not played in 2013 due to construction of a new clubhouse but returned in 2014.[4] In 2016, Stephan Jäger set the 18-hole scoring record (58) and 72-hole scoring record (250) on the Tour at this tournament.


YearWinnerCountryScoreWinning marginRunner(s)-up
Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae
2016 Stephan Jäger  Germany 250 (−30) 7 strokes Rhein Gibson
Stonebrae Classic
2015 Kim Si-woo  South Korea 268 (−12) Playoff Jamie Lovemark, Wes Roach
2014 Tony Finau  United States 258 (−22) 3 strokes Daniel Berger, Fabián Gómez,
Zack Sucher
TPC Stonebrae Championship
2013 No tournament (due to construction of the new clubhouse)
2012 Alex Aragon  United States 270 (−12) 1 stroke Paul Haley II, Matt Harmon,
Duffy Waldorf
Fresh Express Classic at TPC Stonebrae
2011 Daniel Chopra  Sweden 198 (−12)* 1 stroke Russell Knox, Luke List
2010 Kevin Chappell  United States 264 (−20) 1 stroke David Hearn
Stonebrae Classic
2009 Michael Sim  Australia 266 (−18) 6 strokes John Kimbell, Cameron Percy

*Event shortened to 54 holes in 2011 due to fog.


  1. Kroichick, Ron (May 1, 2008). "PGA Tour to run Hayward course Stonebrae club will play host to Nationwide event". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved April 9, 2013.
  2. "Sim's 64 gives him six-stroke victory". ESPN. Associated Press. April 5, 2009. Retrieved April 9, 2013.
  3. Chemycz, Joe (April 18, 2011). "Chopra declared winner after fog-plagued Rd. 4 canceled". Retrieved April 9, 2013.
  4. "2014 Tour schedule". PGA Tour. January 17, 2014. Retrieved January 17, 2014.

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