Golf: California major champions

Congrats to Clovis East of Clovis grad Bryson DeChambeau for winning the 2020 U.S. Open golf championship. Bryson is the first-ever major golf winner from a CIF Central Section school. We have the all-time list of winners for the four major golf championships listed below.

DeChambeau was an NCAA champion at SMU (above) and has been a USGA amateur champion as well. Photo: Twitter.com.


US Open Champions
(Event began in 1895)

2008 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
2002 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
2000 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
1995 – Corey Pavin (Oxnard)
1987 – Scott Simpson (Madison, San Diego)
1973 – Johnny Miller (Lincoln, San Francisco)
1966 – Billy Casper (Chula Vista)
1964 – Ken Venturi (Lincoln, San Francisco)
1961 – Gene Littler (La Jolla)
1959 – Billy Casper (Chula Vista)
1940 – Lawson Little (Galileo, San Francisco)

PGA Champions
(Event began in 1916)

2020 – Collin Morikawa (La Canada)
2007 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
2006 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
2005 – Phil Mickelson (University, San Diego)
2000 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
1999 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
1976 – Dave Stockton (Pacific, San Bernardino)
1970 – Dave Stockton (Pacific, San Bernardino)
1966 – Al Geiberger (McClatchy, Sacramento & Santa Barbara)
1959 – Bob Rosburg (Lincoln, San Francisco)

Masters Champions
(Event began in 1934)

2019 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
2010 – Phil Mickelson (University, San Diego)
2006 – Phil Mickelson (University, San Diego)
2005 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
2004 – Phil Mickelson (University, San Diego)
2002 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
2001 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
1998 – Mark O’Meara (Mission Viejo)
1997 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
1982 – Craig Stadler (La Jolla)
1970 – Billy Casper (Chula Vista)
1969 – George Archer (San Mateo)

British Open Champions
(Event began in 1860)

2013 – Phil Mickelson (University, San Diego)
2006 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
2005 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
2000 – Tiger Woods (Western, Anaheim)
1998 – Mark O’Meara (Mission Viejo)
1976 – Johnny Miller (Lincoln, San Francisco)
1964 – Tony Lema (St. Elizabeth, Oakland)


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