March 27 - April 2, 2017 | Fallen Oak | Biloxi, MS

David Frost
2015 Champion

Took up game with father at age 12 while caddying for him Is a third generation vintner and his family is part of the wine heritage in South Africa dating back to 1693. In 1994, established 300-acre vineyard with brother Michael in heart of wine-producing region of South Africa. Current David Frost Wines production is 7,000 cases, consisting of cabernet sauvignon, merlot, chardonnay and sauvignon blanc. Wine features an artist series by LeRoy Neiman. Every vintage is dedicated to a golfer, and $1 from sale of each bottle goes to the golfer's charity. Dedications include Sam Snead, Gene Sarazen, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. Information may be found at frostwine.com.


Miguel Angel Jimenez
2016 Champion

Miguel Angel Jimenez played in one Champions Tour event in his first season of eligibility last year, winning the Greater Gwinnett Championship. He has played in two events in 2015 (as of 3/1) and captured the Mitsubishi Electric Championship.

Known as "The Most Interesting Man in Golf," Jimenez has recorded 28 victories worldwide. He tied for 4th at The Masters in 2014.


Colin Montgomerie

Born in Scotland and raised in Yorkshire, where father, James, was a company director. Graduated from Houston Baptist University. Father retired as Royal Troon secretary in 1997. Received Member of the British Empire (MBE) from H.M. the Queen in 1998 and Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 2005 from Prince Charles. Has represented Scotland 10 times in the World Cup, playing with eight different partners

Enjoys music, cars and films

Received the Asia Pacific Lifetime Achievement Award, along with Jeev Milkha Singh in December 2012 Established The Elizabeth Montgomerie Foundation in memory of his mother who died of lung cancer. The EMF aims to raise money for cancer patients and their families. The Foundation focuses on funding for two Maggies Cancer Centers in Scotland, built in his mother's name. The first opened in Aberdeen in September, 2013.