The Tour opened in Panama and followed with events in New Zealand and Australia.
Last year, Jimmy Walker fired a 7-under 65 to come from eight shots back on Sunday and win the tournament. Walker finished the event at 16-under-par 272 for his second victory of the season on the Nationwide Tour.
When Paul Stankowski won this event in 1996, he became the first player to win a Nationwide Tour and PGA Tour event in the same year when he accomplished the feat in consecutive weeks, winning the Louisiana Open and then the BellSouth Classic.
Le Triomphe Golf & Country Club has hosted this event since its existence in 1992. Craig Perks, who won The Players Championship in 2002, was an assistant professional at this golf course from 1991-93.
The only playoff in event history came in 2002, when Steven Alker defeated Mike Heinen.
After another three-week break, the NationwideTour returns to action April 21-24 with the Virginia Beach Open, where James Driscoll titles in 2004.