Open to remain at CordeValle through at least 2013
PGA Tour Open to remain at CordeValle through at least 2013


CordeValle will remain home to the PGA Tour's Open in 2013 and perhaps beyond, the tournament announced Wednesday.

The San Martin, Cali., club has been host to the event since 2010. Rocco Mediate and Bryce Molder have won the event in each of the last two years.

The tournament had been rumored to head to the nearby Institute, owned by the Fry family, in 2013, but clubhouse construction delays have forced its debut until at least 2014.

The Open will be the first event of the 2013-14 season next October after the PGA Tour moves to a fiscal-year calendar.


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