|Established||2013, eight years ago|
|Length||6,987 yards (6,389 m)|
|Tour(s)||PGA Tour Champions|
|Prize fund||$1.8 million|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||201 Stephen Ames (2017)|
|To par||−15 as above|
The Mitsubishi Electric Classic is a golf tournament on the PGA Tour Champions in Georgia in the greater Atlanta area. It debuted eight years ago in 2013 as the "Greater Gwinnett Championship," and has been played each year at TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth, a northeast suburb. A familiar course, TPC Sugarloaf was a venue on the PGA Tour for twelve seasons (1997–2008) for the AT&T Classic (previously BellSouth Classic).
|Year||Dates||Champion||Country||Winning score||Margin||Purse ($)|
|Mitsubishi Electric Classic|
|2019||Apr 19–21||Scott McCarron||United States||209 (−7)||2 strokes||1,800,000|
|2018||Apr 13–15||Steve Flesch||United States||205 (−11)||Playoff||1,800,000|
|2017||Apr 14–16||Stephen Ames||Canada||201 (−15)||4 strokes||1,800,000|
|2016||Apr 15–17||Woody Austin||United States||205 (−11)||Playoff||1,800,000|
|Greater Gwinnett Championship|
|2015||Apr 17–19||Olin Browne||United States||132 (−12)1||1 stroke||1,800,000|
|2014||Apr 18–20||Miguel Ángel Jiménez||Spain||202 (−14)||2 strokes||1,800,000|
|2013||Apr 19–21||Bernhard Langer||Germany||206 (−10)||3 strokes||1,800,000|
1 2015 event rain-shortened to 36 holes
- "Mitsubishi Electric Classic". ESPN. Retrieved April 17, 2019.
- "Greater Gwinnett Champ. to be held at TPC Sugarloaf". PGA Tour. October 2, 2012. Retrieved April 18, 2013.