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PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year in 2014, Hadley won the Web.com Tour Finals money title on the strength of his one-stroke victory here.
With one PGA TOUR win on his resume, the 2013 Honda Classic, Thompson cruised to the title in Boise with weekend rounds of 64-64.
Owns the Albertsons Boise Open scoring record of 28-under par. The win marked his fifth win on the Web.com Tour.
Set the all-time Web.com Tour scoring record with his 29-under par total at the 2011 Melwood Prince George’s County Open en route to a twelve-shot victory.
Turned pro in 2011 after attending Oklahoma State, his win in Boise was the first of his professional career.
A winner of two Big Ten Championships at the University of Illinois, Guthrie’s win here came in his first year as a professional.
Before attending Xavier University, Kokrak earned medalist honors in the stroke play portion of the 2007 U.S. Amateur Championship at the Olympic Club.
The 1999 U.S. Amateur Public Links Champion, his win in Boise marked the fourth and most recent win of his professional career.
Now a member of the Champions Tour, Quinn won four times on the Web.com Tour, including his one-shot victory here.
A graduate of golf powerhouse Oklahoma State, Tidland was the 1995 NCAA Individual runner up. His win here marked the beginning of a two-year stretch in which he recorded two victories.
A native of Oshawa, Ontario his win in Boise is his most current victory at the professional level.
Son of Masters Champion Craig Stadler, Kevin has a PGA TOUR win of his own. He won the 2014 Waste Management Phoenix Open by one stroke over two time Masters Champion Bubba Watson.
Now a veteran of the PGA TOUR, Chalmers broke through for his first PGA TOUR win at the age of 42 when he triumphed at the 2016 Barracuda Championship, eleven years after his win in Boise.
Gump bested Major Champion Jimmy Walker by two shots here in 2004 for his third Web.com Tour victory.
Winning by a six-stroke margin of victory, the 2003 field included future major champions Bubba Watson and Zach Johnson.
Gore is the all-time leader in Web.com Tour victories with seven. The win here marked his second of the 2002 season.
With a four-round total of 270, the New Zealand native won perhaps the most thrilling Boise Open in history with sixteen players finishing within five shots of the lead.
A two-time winner on the Web.com Tour, Clark would go on to win THE PLAYERS Championship ten years after his win in Boise.
The 1993 SEC Player of the Year has two professional wins in his career, both coming in the 1999 season.
An All-American in 1990 and 1991 at the University of Tennessee, Sposa’s win in Boise was his first and only victory at the professional level.
Hailing from Malaysia, Steel’s win here marked his lone victory on the Web.com Tour.
His win in Boise sparked a four-year run over which he would win six times, second only to 2002 champion Jason Gore for most all-time wins on the Web.com Tour.
Three times a winner at the professional level, perhaps his most notable week came at the 2001 Buick Invitational when he forced a playoff with Davis Love III and Phil Mickelson, which Mickelson would go on to win.
With two Web.com Tour wins, three on the PGA TOUR and three on the Senior Tour, Fergus is one of only six players to win on all three tours.
A member of the 1983 NCAA Champion Oklahoma State Cowboys team, Moore’s lone professional victory came here.
After turning professional out of the University of Houston in 1989, Gomez notched his first and only Web.com Tour victory in Boise.
Three times a winner on the Web.com Tour, Beirsdorf highlighted his 1994 appearance at Torrey Pines with a Hole-In-One on the south course’s fourth hole.
An All-American at Auburn in 1979, his win at the inaugural Boise Open was one of four wins across a three-year span.
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