|Location||Greensboro, North Carolina|
|Established||1938, 80 years ago|
Sedgefield Country Club|
|Length||7,127 yards (6,517 m)|
|Prize fund||$6 million|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||258 Henrik Stenson (2017)|
|To par||−23 Jesper Parnevik (1999)|
Founded 80 years ago in 1938 as the Greater Greensboro Open, it was usually played in April or May, until a schedule change in 2003 moved it toward the end of the season. Less than two months shy of age 53, Sam Snead set PGA Tour records in 1965 for his eighth win at an event and as the oldest winner of a tournament;  both records still stand. Davis Love III, the 2015 champion at age 51, is the oldest to win in the senior tour era, which began in 1980.
In 2007, the event was renamed the Wyndham Championship when Wyndham Hotels & Resorts took over from DaimlerChrysler as title sponsor,  and dropped "Greensboro" from the title. It moved from an autumn date to mid-August and is the last PGA Tour event before the FedEx Cup Playoffs, as one last chance to qualify for the FedEx Cup and retain their tour privileges if not already exempt.
The purse for 2015 was $5.4 million, with a winner's share of $972,000. 
On August 16, 2018, during the first round, Brandt Snedeker shot a 59. It was the tenth sub-60 round in the history of the PGA Tour, and just the third with a bogey. Snedeker shot a 27 on the inward nine, burying a twenty foot putt from the fringe to make history.
The event has been played in the Greensboro area for its entire history. In its first four years, it was played at both Sedgefield Country Club and Starmount Forest Country Club. During World War II, it shifted solely to Starmount Forest in 1942, and was not held in 1943 and 1944. Starting in 1945, it alternated between Starmount Forest and Sedgefield until 1952, when Starmount Forest hosted for consecutive years.
It returned to Sedgefield in 1953 before Starmount Forest hosted three consecutive years (through 1956). Sedgefield hosted in 1957 and Starmount Forest hosted another three straight 1958–60, then back to Sedgefield from 1961 to 1976. It shifted to Forest Oaks Country Club from 1977 to 2007, then returned to Sedgefield in 2008.  The course at Sedgefield was designed by noted architect Donald Ross; it opened 92 years ago in 1926 and was restored in 2007. (The other course of the 36-hole club was designed by Pete Dye, and was formerly known as Cardinal Golf and Country Club.) Ross also designed several courses at nearby Pinehurst Resort, including the notable No. 2 Course.
share ( $)
|2018||Brandt Snedeker (2)||United States||259||−21||3 strokes||
|2017||Henrik Stenson||Sweden||258||−22||1 stroke||Ollie Schniederjans||1,044,000||5,800,000||Sedgefield CC|
|2016||Kim Si-woo||South Korea||259||−21||5 strokes||Luke Donald||1,008,000||5,600,000||Sedgefield CC|
|2015||Davis Love III (3)||United States||263||−17||1 stroke||Jason Gore||972,000||5,400,000||Sedgefield CC|
|2014||Camilo Villegas||Colombia||263||−17||1 stroke||
|2013||Patrick Reed||United States||266||−14||Playoff||Jordan Spieth||954,000||5,300,000||Sedgefield CC|
|2012||Sergio García||Spain||262||−18||2 strokes||Tim Clark||936,000||5,200,000||Sedgefield CC|
|2011||Webb Simpson||United States||262||−18||3 strokes||George McNeill||936,000||5,200,000||Sedgefield CC|
|2010||Arjun Atwal||India||260||−20||1 stroke||David Toms||918,000||5,100,000||Sedgefield CC|
|2009||Ryan Moore||United States||264||−16||Playoff||
|2008||Carl Pettersson||Sweden||259||−21||2 strokes||Scott McCarron||918,000||5,100,000||Sedgefield CC|
|2007||Brandt Snedeker||United States||266||−22||2 strokes||
|900,000||5,000,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|Chrysler Classic of Greensboro|
|2006||Davis Love III (2)||United States||272||−16||2 strokes||Jason Bohn||900,000||5,000,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|2005||K. J. Choi||South Korea||266||−22||2 strokes||Shigeki Maruyama||900,000||5,000,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|2004||Brent Geiberger||United States||270||−18||2 strokes||Michael Allen||828,000||4,600,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|2003||Shigeki Maruyama||Japan||266||−22||5 strokes||Brad Faxon||810,000||4,500,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic|
|2002||Rocco Mediate (2)||United States||272||−16||3 strokes||Mark Calcavecchia||684,000||3,800,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|2001||Scott Hoch||United States||272||−16||1 stroke||
|630,000||3,500,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|2000||Hal Sutton||United States||274||−14||3 strokes||Andrew Magee||540,000||3,000,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1999||Jesper Parnevik||Sweden||265||−23||2 strokes||Jim Furyk||468,000||2,600,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1998||Trevor Dodds||Namibia||276||−12||Playoff||Scott Verplank||396,000||2,200,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1997||Frank Nobilo||New Zealand||274||−14||Playoff||Brad Faxon||342,000||1,900,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1996||Mark O'Meara||United States||274||−14||2 strokes||Duffy Waldorf||324,000||1,800,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|KMart Greater Greensboro Open|
|1995||Jim Gallagher, Jr.||United States||274||−14||1 stroke||
|270,000||1,500,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1994||Mike Springer||United States||275||−13||3 strokes||
|270,000||1,500,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1993||Rocco Mediate||United States||281||−7||Playoff||Steve Elkington||270,000||1,500,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1992||Davis Love III||United States||272||−16||6 strokes||John Cook||225,000||1,250,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1991||Mark Brooks||United States||275||−13||Playoff||Gene Sauers||225,000||1,250,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1990||Steve Elkington||Australia||282||−6||2 strokes||
|225,000||1,250,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1989||Ken Green||United States||277||−11||2 strokes||John Huston||180,000||1,000,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1988||Sandy Lyle (2)||Scotland||271||−17||Playoff||Ken Green||180,000||1,000,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|Greater Greensboro Open|
|1987||Scott Simpson||United States||282||−6||2 strokes||Clarence Rose||108,000||600,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1986||Sandy Lyle||Scotland||275||−13||2 strokes||Andy Bean||90,000||500,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1985||Joey Sindelar||United States||285||−3||1 stroke||
|72,000||400,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1984||Andy Bean||United States||280||−8||2 strokes||George Archer||72,000||400,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1983||Lanny Wadkins||United States||275||−13||5 strokes||
|72,000||400,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1982||Danny Edwards (2)||United States||285||−3||1 stroke||Bobby Clampett||54,000||300,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1981||Larry Nelson||United States||281||−7||Playoff||Mark Hayes||54,000||300,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1980||Craig Stadler||United States||275||−13||6 strokes||
|45,000||250,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1979||Raymond Floyd||United States||282||−6||1 stroke||
|45,000||250,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1978||Seve Ballesteros||Spain||282||−6||1 stroke||
|48,000||240,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1977||Danny Edwards||United States||276||−12||4 strokes||
|47,000||235,000||Forest Oaks CC|
|1976||Al Geiberger||United States||268||−16||2 strokes||Lee Trevino||46,000||230,000||Sedgefield CC|
|1975||Tom Weiskopf||United States||275||−9||3 strokes||Al Geiberger||45,000||225,000||Sedgefield CC|
|1974||Bob Charles||New Zealand||270||−14||1 stroke||
|1973||Chi-Chi Rodríguez||United States||267||−17||1 stroke||
|1972||George Archer (2)||United States||272||−12||Playoff||Tommy Aaron||40,000||200,000||Sedgefield CC|
|1971||Buddy Allin||United States||275||−9||Playoff||
|1970||Gary Player||South Africa||271||−13||2 strokes||Miller Barber||36,000||180,000||Sedgefield CC|
|1969||Gene Littler||United States||274||−10||Playoff||
|1968||Billy Casper (2)||United States||267||−17||4 strokes||
|1967||George Archer||United States||267||−17||2 strokes||Doug Sanders||25,000||125,000||Sedgefield CC|||
|1966||Doug Sanders (2)||United States||276||−8||Playoff||Tom Weiskopf||20,000||100,000||Sedgefield CC|||
|1965||Sam Snead (8)||United States||273||−11||5 strokes||
|1964||Julius Boros||United States||277||−7||Playoff||Doug Sanders||6,600||45,000||Sedgefield CC|||
|1963||Doug Sanders||United States||270||−14||4 strokes||Jimmy Clark||5,500||35,000||Sedgefield CC|||
|1962||Billy Casper||United States||275||−9||1 stroke||Mike Souchak||5,300||35,000||Sedgefield CC|||
|1961||Mike Souchak||United States||276||−8||7 strokes||Sam Snead||3,200||22,500||Sedgefield CC|||
|1960||Sam Snead (7)||United States||270||−14||2 strokes||Dow Finsterwald||2,800||20,000||Starmount Forest CC|||
|1959||Dow Finsterwald||United States||278||−6||2 strokes||Art Wall, Jr.||2,000||15,000||Starmount Forest CC|||
|1958||Bob Goalby||United States||275||−9||2 strokes||
Art Wall, Jr.
|2,000||15,000||Starmount Forest CC|||
|1957||Stan Leonard||Canada||276||−4||3 strokes||Mike Souchak||2,000||15,000||Sedgefield CC|||
|1956||Sam Snead (6)||United States||279||−5||Playoff||Fred Wampler||2,200||12,500||Starmount Forest CC|||
|1955||Sam Snead (5)||United States||273||−7||1 stroke||
Art Wall, Jr.
|2,200||12,500||Starmount Forest CC|||
|1954||Doug Ford||United States||283||−1||Playoff||Marty Furgol||2,000||10,000||Starmount Forest CC|||
|1953||Earl Stewart||United States||275||−5||Playoff||Sam Snead||2,000||10,000||Sedgefield CC|||
|1952||Dave Douglas||United States||277||−7||1 stroke||Bobby Locke||2,000||10,000||Starmount Forest CC|| |
|1951||Art Doering||United States||279||−5||5 strokes||Jim Ferrier||2,000||10,000||Starmount Forest CC|||
|1950||Sam Snead (4)||United States||269||−11||10 strokes||Jimmy Demaret||2,000||10,000||Sedgefield CC|||
|1949||Sam Snead (3)||United States||276||−8||Playoff||Lloyd Mangrum||2,000||10,000||Starmount Forest CC||  |
|1948||Lloyd Mangrum||United States||278||−2||1 stroke||Lew Worsham||2,000||10,000||Sedgefield CC|||
|1947||Vic Ghezzi||United States||286||+2||2 strokes||Frank Stranahan||2,000||10,000||Starmount Forest CC|| |
|1946||Sam Snead (2)||United States||270||−10||6 strokes||Herman Keiser||1,500||7,500||Sedgefield CC|||
|1945||Byron Nelson (2)||United States||271||−13||8 strokes||Sammy Byrd||1,333||7,500||Starmount Forest CC||  |
|1943–44: No tournament due to World War II|
|1942||Sammy Byrd||United States||279||−5||2 strokes||
|1,000||5,500||Starmount Forest CC|||
|1941||Byron Nelson||United States||276||−6||2 strokes||Vic Ghezzi||1,200||5,000||Sedgefield/Starmount Forest CC|||
|1940||Ben Hogan||United States||270||−12||9 strokes||Craig Wood||1,200||5,000||Sedgefield/Starmount Forest CC|||
|1939||Ralph Guldahl||United States||280||−2||3 strokes||
|1,200||5,000||Sedgefield/Starmount Forest CC|||
|1938||Sam Snead||United States||271||−11||5 strokes||Johnny Revolta||1,200||5,000||Sedgefield/Starmount Forest CC|| |
Ten players have won this tournament more than once, through 2018.
- 8 wins
- Sam Snead: 1938, 1946, 1949, 1950, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1965
- 3 wins
- Davis Love III: 1992, 2006, 2015
- 2 wins
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