Hotel Fitness Championship

The tournament

View the WGA's media release on the Hotel Fitness Championship.

The Hotel Fitness Championship is the first of four tournaments that make up the Web.com Tour Finals. From Aug. 25 – 31, Sycamore Hills Golf Club in Fort Wayne, Ind. hosted the 2014 Hotel Fitness Championship. The field was composed of the top 75 players from the Web.com Tour money list and players ranked 126-200 on the PGA TOUR points list. On the line are 50 PGA TOUR cards for the 2014-15 season, making the Web.com Tour Finals the pathway to the PGA TOUR. Proceeds from the championship benefit the Evans Scholars Foundation.

The 2014 Hotel Fitness Championship was won by Bud Cauley of Daytona Beach, Florida. Cauley closed with a bogey-free 7-under 65 at Sycamore Hills for a 1-stroke victory over Colt Knost. The 24-year-old former Alabama player won his first professional title.

For more information, call (224) 260-3786 or email info@hotelfitnesschampionship.com.

The course

Sycamore Hills Golf Club was designed by Jack Nicklaus and opened for play in 1989. It has traditionally achieved “top-five Indiana” status in golf course rankings. The course has hosted numerous events including the Indiana State Amateur, Junior PGA Championship and USGA Open and Amateur qualifiers. The course plays to a par of 72 at 7,275 yards.

The Web.com Tour

Founded in 1990, the Web.com Tour is owned and operated by the PGA TOUR. The Web.Com Tour identifies those players who are ready to compete and win on golf's biggest stage. As the official proving ground of the PGA TOUR, three out of four PGA TOUR members are Web.com Tour alumni. Tour alumni have won 342 PGA TOUR titles, including 17 majors and five PLAYERS Championships. Web.com became the Tour’s umbrella sponsor on June 27, 2012, replacing Nationwide Insurance. A 10-year agreement (through 2021) is in place.

 

 

 

 

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