Past Transitions Championship winners
2011: Gary Woodland
Woodland's final round of 4-under 67 was good enough for the win and giving Woodland the first PGA title of his career.
2010: Jim Furyk
Around 32 months after his last victory, Jim Furyk hoisted another PGA Tour trophy, winning the Transitions Championship by one stroke over K.J. Choi. Closing with a 2-under 69 in a final round plagued by weather delays of nearly six hours, Furyk finished with a 13-under 271 total at the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Fla.
2009: Retief Goosen
Winning on the PGA Tour for the first time in nearly four years, Retief Goosen used an eagle on the 11th hole and a clutch par putt on the 18th to win by one stroke. The only player to break par all four days, he closed with a 1-under 70 to hold off Charles Howell III and Brett Quigley at Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club.
2008: Sean O'Hair
After tournament leader Stewart Cink dropped four shots in a four-hole stretch on the back nine during the final round in 2008, Sean O'Hair was in position to take advantage of his opponent's slump. Closing with a 2-under 69, O'Hair earned his first win since 2005. He was the only player to shoot par or better all four rounds.
2007: Mark Calcavecchia
After shooting an opening-round 75 at the PODS Championship in 2007, Mark Calcavecchia packed his bags, expecting to miss the cut and leave the following day. Instead, he hung around with a second-round 67, then stormed into a tie for the lead with a scorching third-round 62. The roller coaster ride didn't let up on the final day, as Heath Slocum had a chance to force a playoff with a four-foot par putt after Calcavecchia failed to make a seven-foot par putt for the outright victory. But Slocum's putt dipped in and out of the cup, and Calcavecchia emerged with the victory.
2006: K.J. Choi
With an eagle on the first hole of the final round of the 2006 Chrysler Championship, K.J. Choi proved no final-round jitters would get the best of him. No golfer got within two strokes of him the entire day, as Choi cruised to a 4-under 67 and four-stroke victory.
2005: Carl Pettersson
All Carl Pettersson needed to win the 2005 Chrysler Championship was four pars on the final four holes. It was nerve-racking, but he held on for his first career PGA Tour victory. The Swede outlasted Chad Campbell by one stroke, shooting an even par 71 on the final day.
2004: Vijay Singh
With his victory at the Chrysler Championship in 2004, Vijay Singh became the first man to earn over $10 million in prize money in a single season. With a final-round 65, Singh finished the tournament at 18 under, five strokes better than runners-up Tommy Armour III and Jesper Parnevik.
2003: Retief Goosen
Despite the hot temperatures and a surging Vijay Singh closing in, Retief Goosen never lost his cool in the final round of the Chrysler Championship in 2003. He closed with a 1-under 70 for a three-stroke victory over Singh.
2002: K.J. Choi
Earlier in 2002, K.J. Choi had become the first Korean to win on the PGA Tour. By winning the Tampa Bay Classic, he proved his previous success was no fluke. Choi dominated the field, shooting scores of 68 in the second, third and final rounds for a seven-stroke victory.
2000: John Huston
A final-round 65 helped John Huston overcome a four-stroke deficit and win the Tampa Bay Classic in 2000. Having played at the Innisbrook resort over 100 times prior to this tournament, his familiarity with the course gave him an advantage. He ultimately won by three strokes.