The leaderboard of the PGA Honda Classic tournament is posted on The Golf Channel's official website. The PGA Honda Classic is an annual golf tournament hosted in late February to early March of each year in Palm Beach County, Florida.
The world's top PGA Tour players compete in the PGA Honda Classic, a 72-hole stroke play tournament. The 2015 player field was 144 players, and the purse was $6.1 million. The winner's share was $1,098,000, and the winner also received 500 FedExCup Points. The event is held at the PGA National Resort & Spa's Champion Course, which features a par of 708 and is 7,110 yards long.
The PGA Honda Classic benefits several different South Florida charities through the Children's Healthcare Charity, which supports activities that support the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of childhood diseases. The PGA Honda Classic began as the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic in 1972; at the inaugural event Tom Weiskopf sank a 30-foot putt to defeat Jack Nicklaus by a single stroke. The 72-hole scoring record for the PGA Honda Classic was set in 2003 by Justin Leonard's 264 total score. As of 2015, the tournament is sponsored by Honda, Tire Kingdom Service Centers and United Technologies.