The tournament was intended to be an official World Championship event to rival the four majors but was terminated after just five stagings.
|Year||Winner||Country||Margin of victory||Runner(s)-up||Ref|
|1991||Fred Couples||United States||4 strokes||Bernhard Langer|||
|1992||Nick Faldo||England||Playoff||Greg Norman|||
|1993||Larry Mize||United States||10 strokes||Fred Couples|||
|1994||Ernie Els||South Africa||6 strokes||Nick Faldo, Mark McCumber|||
|1995||Fred Couples||United States||Playoff||Vijay Singh, Loren Roberts|||
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