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Nov 6-8 2015
El Paso Country Club

Welcome to the 2015 Sun Bowl Western Refining
College All-America Golf Classic

The Sun Bowl Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic is one of the premier college golf tournaments in the country. Some of golf’s brightest stars have traveled to El Paso to compete in the tournament since its inaugural year in 1976. Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Davis Love III, Ricky Barnes and Jerry Pate are just a handful of past participants who went on to have successful PGA careers. College All-America Golf Classic Alumni have combined to win 47 majors championships and have earned over $1 billion in career earnings.

The 2015 Sun Bowl Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic will be held November 5-8 at the El Paso Country Club, where the best college golfers in the country will look to etch their names onto the tournament’s illustrious history.

College All-America Golf Classic Champions

Gavin Green
2014
Gavin Green
New Mexico
71-62-66—199
Gavin Green
2013
Gavin Green
New Mexico
69-67-66—202
Kevin Penner
2012
Kevin Penner
UNLV
65-66-68—199
Cory Whitsett
2011
Cory Whitsett
Alabama
69-69-68—206
Alex Ching
2010
Alex Ching
San Diego
67-67-67—201
Hunter Hamrick
2009
Hunter Hamrick
Alabama
66-67-69—202
Mike Van Sickle
2008
Mike Van Sickle
Marquette
74-70-63—207
Webb Simpson
2007
Webb Simpson
Wake Forest
62-72-64—198
Chris Kirk
2006
Chris Kirk
Georgia
65-66-64—195
Luke List
2005
Luke List
Vanderbilt
67-65-68—200
Nicholas Thompson
2004
Nicholas Thompson
Georgia Tech
67-65-72—204
Chris Nallen
2003
Chris Nallen
Arizona
66-63-67—196
Adam Rubinson
2002
Adam Rubinson
TCU
71-68-69—208
Brad Heaven
2001
Brad Heaven
Toledo
65-67-70—202
Ricky Barnes
2000
Ricky Barnes
Arizona
63-67-66—196
Matt Kuchar
1999
Matt Kuchar
Georgia Tech
69-67-72—208
Jeremy Anderson
1998
Jeremy Anderson
UNLV
71-67-63—201
Alberto Ochoa
1997
Alberto Ochoa
TCU
66-71-68—205
Chad Wright
1996
Chad Wright
USC
72-69-71—212
Tiger Woods
1995
Tiger Woods
Stanford
68-71-72—211
Notah Begay
1994
Notah Begay
Stanford
70-70-68—208
Chris Riley
1993
Chris Riley
UNLV
67-70-67—204
Robert Damron
1992
Robert Damron
Central Florida
67-66-69—202
David Duval
1991
David Duval
Georgia Tech
67-72-67—206
Geoff Griffin
1990
Geoff Griffin
Fresno State
67-70-69—206
Chris Patton
1989
Chris Patton
Clemson
69-67-68—204
Chris Patton
1988
Chris Patton
Clemson
69-68-68—205
Bill Mayfair
1986
Bill Mayfair
Arizona State
74-65-68—207
Sam Randolph
1985
Sam Randolph
USC
71-66-70—207
Davis Love III
1984
Davis Love III
North Carolina
70-72-70—212
John Slaughter
1983
John Slaughter
Houston
70-73-69—212
Billy Ray Brown
1982
Billy Ray Brown
Houston
68-71-67—206
Willie Wood
1981
Willie Wood
Oklahoma State
68-66-69—203
Jay Don Blake
1980
Jay Don Blake
Utah State
65-68-68—201
Tim Norris
1979
Tim Norris
Fresno State
70-68-66—204
Gary Hallberg
1978
Gary Hallberg
Wake Forest
64-67-75—206
Mike Gove
1977
Mike Gove
Weber State
69-71-70—210
Scott Simpson
1976
Scott Simpson
USC
67-65-70—202
Randy Simmons
1975
Randy Simmons
Texas
67-64-71—202
Jerry Pate
1974
Jerry Pate
Alabama
67-64-71—202