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2004 European Tour

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2004 European Tour

The 2004 European Tour was the 33rd golf season since the European Tour officially began in 1972. The 2004 season consisted of 45 official money events. This included four major championships and three World Golf Championships, which were also sanctioned by the PGA Tour. Ernie Els ran away with the Order of Merit

Contents

  • Main tournaments 1
  • Table of results 2
  • Order of Merit 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

Main tournaments

For details of what happened in the main tournaments of 2004, including the major championships and the World Golf Championships, see 2004 in golf.

Table of results

The numbers in brackets after the winners' names show the number of career wins they had on the European Tour up to and including that event. This is only shown for members of the European Tour. To give such a number for non-members would misrepresent the amount of time some international golfers spend on the European Tour; as the Tour co-sanctions the major championships and World Golf Championships events, some top players accumulate a significant number of wins in European Tour sanctioned events without really playing on it.

Dates Tournament Host country Winner
4-7 Dec Omega Hong Kong Open Hong Kong Pádraig Harrington (8)
15-18 Jan South African Airways Open South Africa Trevor Immelman (2)
22-25 Jan Dunhill Championship South Africa Marcel Siem (1)
29 Jan-1 Feb Johnnie Walker Classic Thailand Miguel Ángel Jiménez (8)
5-8 Feb Heineken Classic Australia Ernie Els (16)
12-15 Feb ANZ Championship Australia Brian Davis (2)
19-22 Feb Carlsberg Malaysian Open Malaysia Thongchai Jaidee (1)
26-29 Feb WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship United States Tiger Woods (N/A)
4-7 Mar Dubai Desert Classic United Arab Emirates Mark O'Meara (N/A)
11-14 Mar Qatar Masters Qatar Joakim Haeggman (3)
18-21 Mar Caltex Singapore Masters Singapore Colin Montgomerie (28)
25-28 Mar Madeira Island Open Portugal Chris Hanell (1)
1-4 Apr Algarve Open de Portugal Caixa Geral de Depositos Portugal Miguel Ángel Jiménez (9)
8-11 Apr Masters Tournament United States Phil Mickelson (N/A)
15-18 Apr Open de Sevilla Spain Ricardo González (3)
22-25 Apr Canarias Open de España Spain Christian Cévaër (1)
30 Apr-3 May Telecom Italia Open Italy Graeme McDowell (2)
6-9 May Daily Telegraph Damovo British Masters England Barry Lane (5)
13-16 May BMW Asian Open China Miguel Ángel Jiménez (10)
20-23 May Deutsche Bank - SAP Open TPC of Europe Germany Trevor Immelman (3)
27-30 May Volvo PGA Championship England Scott Drummond (1)
3-6 Jun Celtic Manor Wales Open Wales Simon Khan (1)
10-13 Jun Diageo Championship at Gleneagles Scotland Miles Tunnicliff (2)
17-20 Jun Aa St Omer Open France Philippe Lima (1)
17-20 Jun U.S. Open United States Retief Goosen (10)
24-27 Jun Open de France France Jean-François Remésy (2)
1-4 Jul Smurfit European Open England Retief Goosen (11)
8-11 Jul Barclays Scottish Open Scotland Thomas Levet (3)
15-18 Jul The Open Championship Scotland Todd Hamilton (1)
22-25 Jul Nissan Irish Open Ireland Brett Rumford (2)
29 Jul-1 Aug Scandinavian Masters by Carlsberg Sweden Luke Donald (1)
5-8 Aug KLM Open Netherlands David Lynn (1)
12-15 Aug BMW Russian Open Russia Gary Emerson (1)
12-15 Aug PGA Championship United States Vijay Singh (12)
19-22 Aug WGC-Bridgestone Invitational United States Stewart Cink (N/A)
26-29 Aug BMW International Open Germany Miguel Ángel Jiménez (11)
2-5 Sep Omega European Masters Switzerland Luke Donald (2)
9-12 Sep Linde German Masters Germany Pádraig Harrington (9)
23-26 Sep The Heritage England Henrik Stenson (2)
30 Sep-3 Oct WGC-CA Championship United States Ernie Els (17)
7-10 Oct Dunhill Links Championship Scotland Stephen Gallacher (1)
14-17 Oct Mallorca Classic Spain Sergio García (5)
14-17 Oct HSBC World Match Play Championship England Ernie Els (18)
21-24 Oct Open de Madrid Spain Richard Sterne (1)
28-31 Oct Volvo Masters Andalucia Spain Ian Poulter (1)

Order of Merit

In 2004, the European Tour's money list was known as the "Order of Merit". It was calculated in euro, although around half of the events had prize funds which were fixed in other currencies, mostly either British pounds or U.S. dollars. In these instances the amounts were converted into euro at the exchange rate for the week that the tournament was played. The top 10 golfers in 2004 were:

Position Player Country Prize money ()
1. Ernie Els  South Africa 4,061,905
2. Retief Goosen  South Africa 2,325,202
3. Pádraig Harrington  Ireland 1,910,394
4. Miguel Ángel Jiménez  Spain 1,886,237
5. Thomas Levet  France 1,727,945
6. Graeme McDowell  Northern Ireland 1,648,862
7. Lee Westwood  England 1,592,766
8. Darren Clarke  Northern Ireland 1,563,803
9. Ian Poulter  England 1,533,158
10. David Howell  England 1,501,502

See also

External links

  • 2004 season results on the PGA European Tour website
  • 2004 Order of Merit on the PGA European Tour website
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