Visit Knoxville Open Winners and History

Visit Knoxville Open Winners and History

The Knoxville Open has been a Korn Ferry Tour event since 1990, making the cut through several iterations of the PGA TOUR development league.

The tournament is played at Holston Hills Country Club. Its course, built in 1927, is a Donald Ross design. Over the years, it has hosted a number of events, including the nascent PGA TOUR’s Knoxville Invitational (1945 – 1946). Byron Nelson won in 1945 as part of his historic 18-win season.

The Korn Ferry Tour event has had some notable winners, including Jeff Maggert, Kirk Triplett, Patton Kizzire and Talor Gooch.

YearWinnerScoreTo parMargin of
Visit Knoxville Open
2022Anders Albertson260−201 stroke
2021Greyson Sigg260−201 stroke
Knoxville Open
2019Robby Shelton269−151 stroke
2018Stephan Jäger268−163 strokes
News Sentinel Open
2017Talor Gooch266−181 stroke
2016J. J. Spaun258−261 stroke
2015Patton Kizzire264−204 strokes
2014Martin Piller262−222 strokes
2013Peter Malnati268−161 stroke
2012Darron Stiles (2)266−181 stroke
2011Kirk Triplett267−212 strokes
Knoxville News Sentinel Open
2010Chris Kirk268−202 strokes
Knoxville Open
2009Kevin Johnson268−20Playoff
2008Jarrod Lyle269−19Playoff
2007Chez Reavie271−173 strokes
2006Hunter Haas (2)269−195 strokes
2005Kim Felton277−111 stroke
2004Hunter Haas275−13Playoff
2003Vaughn Taylor268−20Playoff
2002Darron Stiles272−161 stroke Knoxville Open
2001Heath Slocum265−236 strokes
2000J. J. Henry273−151 stroke
Nike Knoxville Open
1999Jeff Gove277−111 stroke
1998Robin Freeman270−18Playoff
1997Dave Rummells271−172 strokes
1996Eric Johnson272−162 strokes
1995Tom Scherrer275−13Playoff
1994Vic Wilk275−91 stroke
1993Tim Conley261−237 strokes
Ben Hogan Knoxville Open
1992Brian Henninger200−132 strokes
1991Frank Conner198−151 stroke
1990Jeff Maggert202−11Playoff
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