84 Lumber Classic Golf Tournament

The 84 Lumber Classic was a PGA Tour golf tournament played in southwestern Pennsylvania for several years in the 2000-aughts. It ended when 84 Lumber withdrew as the title sponsor, and no replacement title sponsor was found.

The tournament scoring records of 22-under-par and 266 were both set by J.L. Lewis in his 2003 victory. ... 16-year-old Michelle Wie played in the final edition of the 84 Lumber Classic in 2006, missing the cut.

First played: 2000

Last played: 2006

Also known as: The tournament was also played under the names 84 Lumber Classic of Pennsylvania, SEI Pennsylvania Classic and Marconi Pennsylvania Classic.

Winners of the 84 Lumber Classic
2006 — Ben Curtis, 274
2005 — Jason Gore, 274
2004 — Vijay Singh, 273
2003 — J.L. Lewis, 266
2002 — Dan Forsman, 270
2001 — Robert Allenby, 269
2000 — Chris DiMarco, 270

Golf Courses: The 84 Lumber Classic was played first at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort (owned by the owner of the 84 Lumber company) in Farmington, Pennsylvania (about 50 miles southeast of Pittsburgh), on the resort's Mystic Rock course.

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