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What: Toshiba Senior Classic

When: March 15-21, 2004

Players : 78 PGA Champions Tour professionals, led by defending champion Rodger Davis

Format: 3 rounds (54 holes), stroke play with no cuts

Purse: $1.6 million, up from $1.55 million in 2003. The winner will receive $240,000.

Site: Since 1996
Newport Beach Country Club
Par: 35-36—71; 6,584 yards

Good-Any-One-Day exchangeable coupon, $15
Single Day Ticket, Monday through Sunday (admission gate prices), $20
Week-Long Grounds Badge, good Monday through Sunday (grounds only), $50
Season Clubhouse Badge, good Monday through Sunday (grounds and clubhouse), $100
Corporate Ticket Packages also available.
Tickets are available at Roger Dunn Golf Shops or by calling the tournament headquarters at (949) 660-1001.

Television Coverage
Subject to change
Friday, March 19 — 3-5 p.m. (The Golf Channel)
Saturday, March 20 — 2-4:30 p.m. (CNBC)
Sunday, March 21 — 2-4:30 p.m. (CNBC)

Tournament information and updates are at .

Qualifying Tournament
Monday, March 15
Mile Square Golf Course
Fountain Valley

Past Champions
2003 — Rodger Davis (197)
2002 — Hale Irwin (196)
2001 — Jose Maria Canizares (202 — won nine-hole playoff against Gil Morgan).
2000 — Allen Doyle (136 — won rain-shortened, two-round event.)
1999 — Gary McCord (204 — won five-hole playoff against John Jacobs, Al Geiberger and Allen Doyle. Geiberger and Doyle were eliminated after the first hole).
1998 — Hale Irwin (200)
1997 — Bob Murphy (207 — won nine-hole playoff against Jay Sigel).
1996 — Jim Colbert (201)
1995 — George Archer (199 — at Mesa Verde Country Club)

The lead charity and event organizer is Hoag Hospital Foundation. In its six years under the auspices of Hoag Hospital Foundation, the Toshiba Senior Classic has raised more than $5.7 million for over 20 different charities. Last year marked the fourth consecutive year that the Toshiba Senior Classic donated at least $1 million to charity, unprecedented in Champions Tour history. Hoag Hospital Foundation also received the inaugural Senior PGA Tour Charity of the Year Award in 1998.

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