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Puerto Rico Open

Mar 23 - 26, 2018
Coco Beach Golf & CC
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
Established: 2008
Format: Stroke play
Length: 7,569 yards
Par: 72
Purse: $3 Million
Winning Share: $540,000.00
FedExCup Points: 250
Current champion: D.A. Points

The Puerto Rico Open used to take place at Trump International Golf Club and now changed the name back to Coco Beach Golf & CC in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico Open is a fairly new tournament on the PGA Tour. Having been played for the very first time in March of 2008, this was also the first PGA Tour event ever to be held in Puerto Rico, and is dedicated to Juan "Chi Chi" Rodriguez, the country's most notable golfer.

The Puerto Rico Open tournament is played at the Trump International Golf Club-Puerto Rico, which was designed by Tom Kite and previously known as the Coco Beach Golf & Country Club.

This PGA Event is an alternate tournament to the WGC-CA Championship, with all four rounds being broadcast on The Golf Channel, and carrying a total prize fund of $3.5 million, $630,000 of which goes to the winner.

Trump International Golf Club

An exhilarating and challenging Jim Fazio designed 18 hole championship golf course, set on dramatic sloping hills and along the ocean edge. This is the game at its very best. This is a most distinctive course of unique character and playability.

The Trump International Golf Club with spectacular, panoramic views from every hole overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Cooling north-easterly trade winds enhance the challenge and the clubhouse awaits your return and beverage service buggies are never far away.

The Golf betting odds for this week's PGA Puerto Rico Open at Trump International Golf Club in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico have been released by Bookmaker Sportsbook.

Puerto Rico Open Results

2017 Puerto Rico Open Winner: D.A. Points

2016 Puerto Rico Open Winner: Tony Finau

2015 Puerto Rico Open Winner: Alex Čejka

2014 Puerto Rico Open Winner

Chesson Hadley wins 2014 Puerto Rico Open at Trump International Golf Club. Hadley birdied three of the first five holes, chipping in on the par-5 fifth.

2013 Puerto Rico Open Winner

Scott Brown finished with a 2-under 70 to be the 2013 Puerto Rico Open Winner in Puerto Rico. Brown made birdie on the last hole to win the tournament by one stroke over Fabian Gomez of Argentina.

2012 Puerto Rico Open Winner

George McNeill wins Puerto Rico Open 2012 at Trump International Golf Club. McNeill birdied the last three holes for a 3-under 69 to rally past Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa. McNeill caught him with a birdie on the 16th, took the lead with a birdie on the 17th and added another birdie on the par-5 18th.

2011 Puerto Rico Open Winner

Michael Bradley won the Puerto Rico Open for the second time in three years, taking advantage of Troy Matteson's short par miss on the first extra hole. Bradley closed with his fourth straight 4-under 68 to match Matteson (72) at 16-under 272 at Trump International Golf Club, then parred the par-5 18th in the playoff for his fourth PGA Tour victory.

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