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North Open

North Open
Tournament information
Location Argentina Tucumán, Argentina
Established 1962
Course(s) Jockey Club
Par 71
Tour(s) TPG Tour (Argentina)
Format Stroke play
Tournament record score
Aggregate 258 Andrés Romero (2006)
Current champion
Miguel Rodríguez

The North Open, or Abierto del Norte, is one of the major regional golf tournaments in Argentina. First held in 1962, it has always been held at the Jockey Club, in Tucumán, the hometown of golfers César Monasterio and Andrés Romero.

Eduardo Romero has won the most titles, with five victories, closely followed by Roberto de Vicenzo and Andrés Romero with four each. The record aggregate score is 258, achieved by Andrés Romero in 2006. In 1991 and 2007 the championship ended in a tie, with no playoff being held to determine an outright winner.


Year Winner[1] Score Runner(s)-up Amateur Winner
2011 Miguel Rodríguez 264 Cesar Agustin Costilla Jorge Fernandez Valdez
2010 Jorge Monroy 264 Nelson Ledesma, Roberto Coceres, Cesar Costilla, Franco Barrera Jorge Fernandez Valdez
2009 Leandro Marelli (am) 263 Andrés Romero Leandro Marelli
2008 Andrés Romero 264 Ángel Cabrera, Emiliano Grillo (amateur) Emiliano Grillo
2007 Andrés Romero
Ricardo González
265 First place tie, no playoff Augusto Bruchmann Jr
2006 Andrés Romero 258 Cesar Costilla Sebastian Saavedra
2005 Ángel Cabrera 259 Cesar Costilla Estanislao Goya
2004 Ángel Cabrera 265 Eduardo Romero Emilio Dominguez
2003 Andrés Romero 273 Luis Rueda Alejandro Martinez
2002 Eduardo Argiro 272 Daniel Vancsik Jaime Nougues
2001 Amateur championship only Jaime Nougues
2000 Luis Carbonetti 269 Raúl Fretes Matias Anselmo
1999 No tournament due to the Jockey Clubs 60th anniversary
1998 Eduardo Romero 269 Pedro Martínez Jaime Nougues
1997 Miguel Guzmán 268 Mauricio Molina Jaime Nougues
1996 Jorge Berendt 266 Pablo Benzadon Fernando Delia
1995 Gustavo Rojas 269 Ricardo González Juan Pablo Abbate
1994 Eduardo Romero 270 Armando Saavedra Pablo Alderete
1993 Miguel Guzmán 273 Augusto Bruchmann (amateur) Augusto Bruchmann
1992 Eduardo Romero 270 Fernando Chiesa
1991 Adan Sowa
Eduardo Romero
265 First place tie, no playoff Francisco Aleman
1990 Miguel Fernández 276 Ronnie Damm
1989 Miguel Guzmán 271 Luis Carbonetti Augusto Bruchmann
1988 Pedro Martínez 265 Adan Sowa Augusto Bruchmann
1987 Eduardo Romero 272 Luis Carbonetti, Antonio Ortiz Manuel Tagle
1986 Amateur championship only Jorge Nicolosi
1985 Luis Carbonetti 271 Hugo Vizzone Jaime Nougues
1984 No professionals Luis Carbonetti
1983 Roberto de Vicenzo 280 Jorge Soto Andres Schonbaum
1982 No tournament due to the Falklands War
1981 Amateur championship only Jaime Nougues
1980 Horacio Carbonetti 280 Jorge Soto Jorge Nicolosi
1979 Amateur championship only Augusto Bruchmann
1978 Amateur championship only Luis Carbonetti
1977 Amateur championship only Alejandro Gonzalez Bosch
1976 Amateur championship only Roberto Monguzzi
1975 Jorge Soto 276 Fidel de Luca Jorge Nicolosi
1974 Roberto de Vicenzo 274 Juan Manuel Cossio
1973 Roberto de Vicenzo 275 Juan Manuel Cossio
1972 Luis Daneri (amateur) 272 Vicente Fernández, Mario Romero Luis Daneri
1971 Fidel de Luca 270 Carlos Liberto Roberto Monguzzi
1970 Juan Carlos Molina 278 Roberto Monguzzi
1969 Juan Monroy 273 Roberto Monguzzi
1968 Juan Carlos Molina 273 Fidel de Luca Jorge Ledesma
1967 Vicente Fernández 275 Leopoldo Ruiz, Florentino Molina Jorge De Azcuenaga
1966 No tournament due to the Jockey Club hosting the Argentine Open
1965 Fidel de Luca 274 Jorge Ledesma
1964 Amateur championship only Jorge Ledesma
1963 Leopoldo Ruiz 278 Roberto Monguzzi
1962 Roberto de Vicenzo 281 Juan Das Neves Fernando Nougues


External links

  • TPG Tour - official site
  • Jockey Club de Tucumán - official site
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