The Am-Am!! Champion is awarded one year's use of the coveted Green Polyester Goodwill Jacket. The Champion's name is permanently emblazoned on the jacket to the envy of all participants.
|Year||Champion||To Par||HROS||To Par||Handicap Winner||Net Score|
|1998||Rob Woodard||-14||Carrie O'Donnell||+13|
|1999||Joel Herr||-15||Ellen Carrillo-Heian||+7|
|2000||Rick Woodard||0||Yuko Adler||+22|
|2001||Tony Gnecco||-11||Carrie O'Donnell||+4|
|2002||Rob Woodard||-4||Yuko Adler||+17|
|2003||Tony Gnecco||-17||Toni Woodard||+8|
|2004||Tony Gnecco||-13||Toni Woodard||+3||Marc Sugiyama||147.8|
|2005||Tony Gnecco||-5||Ellen Heian||+21||Kim McCarthy||160.0|
|2006||Rob Woodard||-8||Toni Woodard||+11||Steve Molin||150.2|
|2007||Tony Gnecco||-14||Toni Woodard||-1||Adrian McCarthy||146.6|
Established in 1998 (sort of), the Highest Ranked Opposite Sex (HROS) award winner gets one year's use of the almost-as-coveted Green Polyester Goodwill Vest. The HROS's name is permanently emblazoned on the vest to the envy of all other OS's.
Established in 2004, the Handicap Award goes to the person with the best net score. The Official Am-Am!! Officials calculate each player's handicap based on previous Am-Am!! performance. A player's net score is his or her actual score minus their handicap. The Handicap Award winner gets one year's use of the not-nearly-as-coveted Green Junior Girl Scout Goodwill Cap. As with all green apparel winners, the Handicap Award winner is immune from the prizes of dubious distinction.