- A typical PGA Tour event is Thursday-Sunday.
- When there are weather delays, sometimes the tournament cannot finish on Sunday.
- The 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am was the last Monday finish.
In virtually all cases, PGA Tour winners are crowned on Sundays. But there have been some cases where tournaments have finished on a Monday so players can play all 72 holes.
This occurs when there are significant weather delays.
While rare, it’s certainly not unheard of. Since 2018, there have been eight Monday finishes on the PGA Tour.
When Was the Last Monday Finish on the PGA Tour?
The last Monday finish on the PGA Tour was the 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Before that, it was the 2022 Players Championship.
At the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Justin Rose won for the first time in four years.
The third round was suspended due to high winds on Saturday and didn’t finish until Sunday, pushing the final round into Monday.
Monday Finish History PGA Tour
|2023||AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am||Justin Rose|
|2022||Players Championship||Cameron Smith|
|2021||Northern Trust||Tony Finau|
|2020||ZOZO Championship||Patrick Cantlay|
|2019||AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am||Phil Mickelson|
|2018||BMW Championship||Keegan Bradley|
|2018||Barbasol Championship||Troy Merritt|
|2018||Farmer's Insurance Open||Jason Day|
|2017||Zurich Classic of New Orleans||Jonas Blixt|
|2017||RSM Classic||Mackenzie Hughes|
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