- 1986 Tom Kite
- 1985 Scott Verplank (amateur)
- 1984 Tom Watson
- 1983 Mark McCumber
- 1982 Tom Weiskopf
- 1981 Ed Fiori
- 1980 Scott Simpson
- 1979 Larry Nelson
- 1978 Andy Bean
- 1977 Tom Watson
- 1976 Al Geiberger
- 1975 Hale Irwin
- 1974 Tom Watson
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