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2021 Wyndham Championship: Scores, How to Watch, Winners, History

The PGA Tour's final event of the 2021 regular season is this week at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C.

The PGA Tour makes its final 2021 regular-season stop this week at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C., for the Wyndham Championship.

You can get the latest scores on an updating leaderboard here. Below is how to watch the Wyndham on TV and how to stream it, past winners and a history of Sedgefield, a Donald Ross-designed course. 

2021 Wyndham Championship: How to watch on TV and stream

Here's the television schedule for the 2021 Wyndham Championship this week (all times Eastern)
Thursday, Aug. 12 — 3 to 6 p.m. on the Golf Channel
Friday, Aug. 13 — 3 to 6 p.m. on the Golf Channel
Saturday, Aug. 14 — 1 to 3 p.m. on the Golf Channel and 3 to 6 p.m. on CBS
Sunday, Aug. 15. — 1 to 3 p.m. on the Golf Channel and 3 to 6 p.m. on CBS

The Wyndham streams on PGA Tour live from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday and Friday, and then from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. CBS Sports will stream from 3 to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

2021 Wyndam Golf Championship: Past winners

Here are the past winners of this event, which was known from 1938 to 1987 as the Greater Greensboro Open

Wyndham Championship — 2007 to present

2020, Jim Herman, Sedgefield Country Club

2019, J.T. Poston, Sedgefield Country Club

2018, Brandt Snedeker, Sedgefield Country Club

2017, Henrik Stenson, Sedgefield Country Club

2016, Si Woo Kim, Sedgefield Country Club

2015, Davis Love III, Sedgefield Country Club

2014, Camilo Villegas, Sedgefield Country Club

2013, Patrick Reed, Sedgefield Country Club

2012, Sergio Garcia, Sedgefield Country Club

2011, Webb Simpson, Sedgefield Country Club

2010, Arjun Atwal, Sedgefield Country Club

2009, Ryan Moore, Sedgefield Country Club

2008, Carl Pettersson, Sedgefield Country Club

2007, Brandt Snedeker, Forest Oaks Country Club

2006, Davis Love III, Forest Oaks Country Club

2005, K.J. Choi, Forest Oaks Country Club

2004, Brent Geiberger, Forest Oaks Country Club

2003, Shigeki Maruyama, Forest Oaks Country Club

2002, Rocco Mediate, Forest Oaks Country Club

2001, Scott Hoch, Forest Oaks Country Club

2000, Hal Sutton, Forest Oaks Country Club

1999, Jesper Parnevik, Forest Oaks Country Club

1998, Trevor Dodds, Forest Oaks Country Club

1997, Frank Nobilo, Forest Oaks Country Club

1996, Mark O’Meara, Forest Oaks Country Club

1995, Jim Gallagher, Jr., Forest Oaks Country Club

1994, Mike Springer, Forest Oaks Country Club

1993, Rocco Mediate, Forest Oaks Country Club

1992, Davis Love III, Forest Oaks Country Club

1991, Mark Brooks, Forest Oaks Country Club

1990, Steve Elkington, Forest Oaks Country Club

1989, Ken Green, Forest Oaks Country Club

1988, Sandy Lyle, Forest Oaks Country Club

1987, Scott Simpson, Forest Oaks Country Club

1986, Sandy Lyle, Forest Oaks Country Club

1985, Joey Sindelar, Forest Oaks Country Club

1984, Andy Bean, Forest Oaks Country Club

1983, Lanny Wadkins, Forest Oaks Country Club

1982, Danny Edwards, Forest Oaks Country Club

1981, Larry Nelson, Forest Oaks Country Club

1980, Craig Stadler, Forest Oaks Country Club

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1979, Raymond Floyd, Forest Oaks Country Club

1978, Seve Ballesteros, Forest Oaks Country Club

1977, Danny Edwards, Forest Oaks Country Club

1976, Al Geiberger, Sedgefield Country Club

1975, Tom Weiskopf, Sedgefield Country Club

1974, Bob Charles, Sedgefield Country Club

1973, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Sedgefield Country Club

1972, George Archer, Sedgefield Country Club

1971, Buddy Allin, Sedgefield Country Club

1970, Gary Player, Sedgefield Country Club

1969, Gene Littler, Sedgefield Country Club

1968, Billy Casper, Sedgefield Country Club

1967, George Archer, Sedgefield Country Club

1966, Doug Sanders, Sedgefield Country Club

1965, Sam Snead, Sedgefield Country Club

1964, Julius Boros, Sedgefield Country Club

1963, Doug Sanders, Sedgefield Country Club

1962, Billy Casper, Sedgefield Country Club

1961, Mike Souchak, Sedgefield Country Club

1960, Sam Snead, Starmount Forest Country Club

1959, Dow Finsterwald, Starmount Forest Country Club

1958, Bob Goalby, Starmount Forest Country Club

1957, Stan Leonard, Sedgefield Country Club

1956, Sam Snead, Starmount Forest Country Club

1955, Sam Snead, Sedgefield Country Club

1954, Doug Ford, Starmount Forest Country Club

1953, Earl Stewart, Sedgefield Country Club

1952, Dave Douglas, Starmount Forest Country Club

1951, Art Doering, Starmount Forest Country Club

1950, Sam Snead, Sedgefield Country Club

1949, Sam Snead, Starmount Forest Country Club

1948, Lloyd Mangrum, Sedgefield Country Club

1947, Vic Ghezzi, Starmount Forest Country Club

1946, Sam Snead, Sedgefield Country Club

1945, Byron Nelson, Starmount Forest Country Club

1944, No Tournament, World War II

1943, No Tournament, World War II

1942, Sam Byrd, Starmount Forest Country Club

1941, Byron Nelson, Sedgefield/Starmount Forest Country Clubs

1940, Ben Hogan, Sedgefield/Starmount Forest Country Clubs

1939, Ralph Guldahl, Sedgefield/Starmount Forest Country Clubs

1938, Sam Snead, Sedgefield/Starmount Forest Country Clubs

History of Sedgefield Country Club

Established in 1925, Sedgefield Country Club and the Starmount Forest Country Club each hosted two rounds of the official Wyndham Championship from 1938 through 1942. However, the event was halted by the onset of World War II.

Following a hard 1960 winter, the tournament was contested at Sedgefield until 1977. After that, the Wyndham Championship was held at Forest Oaks Country Club for the next 31 years.

The Starmount Forest membership later bought the Sedgefield and in 2007, Kris Spence, a Donald Ross course restoration expert, restored Sedgefield. Even better, he lengthened and improved it to accommodate modern PGA Tour tournaments.

The Wyndham Championship resumed playing at Sedgefield in 2008.

Sedgefield plays to 7,127 yards and par 70. It features small, undulating greens splashed across rolling fairways. It's the only Ross-designed golf course in the country that hosts events regularly on the PGA Tour.

Sedgefield is a property of McConnell Golf, which owns 14 private golf courses throughout Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.