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2006 Western Open Money Clip

The Western Open was a professional golf tournament in the United States, and for most of its history an event on the PGA Tour.

The Western Open, organized by the Western Golf Association, was first played in September 1899 at the Glen View Club in Golf, IL. the week preceding the U.S. Open. At the time of its final edition in 2006, it was the third-oldest active PGA Tour tournament, after The Open (1860) and U.S. Open (1895). The tournament was held a total of 103 times over the course of 108 years. The event was not held in 1900, nor in 1918 because of World War I, and not from 1943-1945 because of World War II.

Beginning in 2007, the Western Open was renamed the BMW Championship, part of the FedEx Cup playoff series, and played with the PGA Tour's point system as the sole qualification standard. It is no longer open to amateurs.

This 2006 Western Open money clip, from the final Western Open, was held at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club. Trevor Immelman won the tournament with Tiger Woods and Matthew Goggin tying for second place.

1 1/4" x 2 1/2"

Item: MB106-06