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Jay Haas became the second-oldest tournament winner in PGA Champions Tour history in October 2016, when at 62 he won his second Toshiba Classic golf tournament.
Back then, the tournament was in its second year of being played in the fall. There was no event in 2017, as a schedule change meant it would be moved back to its traditional time earlier in the tournament year.
At 64, Haas now will be the oldest defending champion in tour history when the three-day tournament begins Friday at Newport Beach Country Club.
Tournament Executive Director Jeff Purser said he’s happy to have the tournament — which has a total purse of $1.8 million and a first-place prize of $270,000 — back in March. A $50-million renovation at Newport Beach Country Club was completed last summer.
“It’s good to be getting back to our place in the sports landscape and event landscape in Orange County,” Purser said. “When we made the move to the fall, a lot of it was to accommodate Toshiba, and they’ve gone through some changes, so it’s not as necessary. A lot of things have changed in that time frame, including the tour’s landscape and what their schedules are. It’s good for us to get home to where we kind of feel like we’re the lead event, at least at this time of the year. We’re excited about it.”
Haas, who also won the tournament in 2007 and has 18 victories on the Champions Tour, is one of two multiple Toshiba Classic winners in the field. The other is fan favorite Fred Couples, who counts the 2010 and 2014 Toshiba titles among his 13 Champions Tour wins.
Purser said he’s also excited to have two longtime standouts from Spain, Jose Maria Olazabal and Miguel Angel Jimenez, competing in their first Toshiba Classic.