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The Charles Schwab Challenge is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour. It is one of five invitational tournaments on the PGA Tour. 

The Charles Schwab Challenge began in 1946 and has always been played at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, United States.

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Charles Schwab Challenge Winners


Ben Hogan won the first Charles Schwab Challenge in 1946 and went on to win five titles, the most of any player to date.

Daniel Berger is the defending champion after winning the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge in a playoff against Collin Morikawa.

YearPlayerCountryScoreTo parMarginName
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2020Daniel BergerUnited States 265−15 PlayoffCharles Schwab Challenge
2019Kevin NaUnited States267−134 strokesCharles Schwab Challenge
2018Justin RoseEngland260−203 strokesFort Worth Invitational
2017Kevin KisnerUnited States270−101 strokeDean & DeLuca   Invitational
2016Jordan SpiethUnited States263−173 strokesDean & DeLuca Invitational
2015Chris KirkUnited States268−121 strokeCrowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2014Adam ScottAustralia271−9PlayoffCrowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2013Boo WeekleyUnited States266−141 strokeCrowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2012Zach Johnson (2)United States268−121 strokeCrowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2011David TomsUnited States265−151 strokeCrowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2010Zach JohnsonUnited States259−213 strokesCrowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2009Steve StrickerUnited States263−17PlayoffCrowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2008Phil Mickelson (2)United States266−141 strokeCrowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2007Rory SabbatiniSouth Africa266−14PlayoffCrowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
2006Tim HerronUnited States268−12PlayoffBank of America Colonial
2005Kenny Perry (2)United States261−197 strokesBank of America Colonial
2004Steve FleschUnited States269−111 strokeBank of America Colonial
2003Kenny PerryUnited States261−196 strokesBank of America Colonial
2002Nick Price (2)Zimbabwe267−135 strokesMasterCard Colonial
2001Sergio GarcíaSpain267−132 strokesMasterCard Colonial
2000Phil MickelsonUnited States268−122 strokesMasterCard Colonial
1999Olin BrowneUnited States272−81 strokeMasterCard Colonial
1998Tom WatsonUnited States265−152 strokesMasterCard Colonial
1997David FrostSouth Africa265−152 strokesMasterCard Colonial
1996Corey Pavin (2)United States272−82 strokesMasterCard Colonial
1995Tom LehmanUnited States271−91 strokeColonial National Invitation
1994Nick PriceZimbabwe266−14PlayoffSouthwestern Bell Colonial
1993Fulton Allem South Africa264−161 strokeSouthwestern Bell Colonial
1992Bruce Lietzke (2)United States267−13PlayoffSouthwestern Bell Colonial
1991Tom PurtzerUnited States267−133 strokesSouthwestern Bell Colonial
1990Ben Crenshaw (2)United States272−83 strokesSouthwestern Bell Colonial
1989Ian Baker-FinchAustralia270−104 strokesSouthwestern Bell Colonial
1988Lanny WadkinsUnited States270−101 strokeColonial National Invitation
1987Keith ClearwaterUnited States266−143 strokesColonial National Invitation
1986Dan PohlUnited States205^−5PlayoffColonial National Invitation
1985Corey PavinUnited States266−144 strokesColonial National Invitation
1984Peter JacobsenUnited States270−10PlayoffColonial National Invitation
1983Jim ColbertUnited States278−2PlayoffColonial National Invitation
1982Jack NicklausUnited States273−73 strokesColonial National Invitation
1981Fuzzy ZoellerUnited States274−64 strokesColonial National Invitation
1980Bruce LietzkeUnited States271−91 strokeColonial National Invitation
1979Al GeibergerUnited States274−61 strokeColonial National Invitation
1978Lee Trevino (2)United States268−124 strokesColonial National Invitation
1977Ben CrenshawUnited States272−81 strokeColonial National Invitation
1976Lee TrevinoUnited States273−71 strokeColonial National Invitation
1974Rod CurlUnited States276−41 strokeColonial National Invitation
1973Tom WeiskopfUnited States276−41 strokeColonial National Invitation
1972Jerry HeardUnited States275−52 strokesColonial National Invitation
1971Gene LittlerUnited States283+31 strokeColonial National Invitation
1970Homero BlancasUnited States273−71 strokeColonial National Invitation
1969Gardner DickinsonUnited States278−21 strokeColonial National Invitation
1968Billy Casper (2)United States275−55 strokesColonial National Invitation
1967Dave StocktonUnited States278−22 strokesColonial National Invitation
1966Bruce DevlinAustralia280E1 strokeColonial National Invitation
1965Bruce CramptonAustralia276−43 strokesColonial National Invitation
1964Billy CasperUnited States279−14 strokesColonial National Invitation
1963Julius Boros (2)United States279−14 strokesColonial National Invitation
1962Arnold PalmerUnited States281+1PlayoffColonial National Invitation
1961Doug SandersUnited States281+11 strokeColonial National Invitation
1960Julius BorosUnited States280E1 strokeColonial National Invitation
1959Ben Hogan (5)United States285+5PlayoffColonial National Invitation
1958Tommy BoltUnited States282+21 strokeColonial National Invitation
1957Roberto De VicenzoArgentina284+41 strokeColonial National Invitation
1956Mike SouchakUnited States280E1 strokeColonial National Invitation
1955Chandler HarperUnited States276−48 strokesColonial National Invitation
1954Johnny PalmerUnited States280E2 strokesColonial National Invitation
1953Ben Hogan (4)United States282+25 strokesColonial National Invitation
1952Ben Hogan (3)United States279−14 strokesColonial National Invitation
1951Cary MiddlecoffUnited States282+21 strokeColonial National Invitation
1950Sam SneadUnited States277−33 strokesColonial National Invitation
1948Clayton HeafnerUnited States272−86 strokesColonial National Invitation
1947Ben Hogan (2)United States279−11 strokeColonial National Invitation
1946Ben HoganUnited States279−11 strokeColonial National Invitation

Charles Schwab Challenge Field & Players


The Charles Schwab Challenge field will be confirmed in the weeks leading up to the tournament.

Charles Schwab Challenge Leaderboard


Check the Charles Schwab Challenge leaderboard during the tournament to identify players who are shooting low scores and putting themselves in contention to win the tournament.

Charles Schwab Challenge Highlights


Watch Charles Schwab Challenge highlights on the PGA Tour YouTube Channel.

Charles Schwab Challenge News


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Charles Schwab Challenge Golf History


The Charles Schwab Challenge was founded in 1946 at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Long-time Fort Worth resident Ben Hogan won the inaugural tournament and went on to win it five times.

Annika Sörenstam played in the 2003 tournament, becoming the first woman to play in a PGA Tour event in 58 years.

The 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge was the first PGA Tour event played after the interruption of the tour due to the coronavirus pandemic and played with no spectators.

Charles Schwab Challenge Live Streaming FAQ

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When is the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge being played?

The 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge will be played in June 2021.

Where is the Charles Schwab Challenge held?

The Charles Schwab Challenge will be held at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, United States.

What is the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge prize money?

The 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge prize money was $7,500,000 with the winner earning $1,350,000.

Who won the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge?

Daniel Berger won the 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge.

Who has won the most Colonial National Invitation Tournament titles?

Ben Hogan has won the most Colonial National Invitation Tournament titles, winning five (1946, 1947, 1952, 1953, 1959).

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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