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Argentine Masters

 

Argentine Masters

Argentine Masters
Tournament information
Location Buenos Aires, Argentina
Established 1961
Course(s) Olivos Golf Club
Par 71
Length 6,740 yards
Tour(s) Tour de las Americas
TPG Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund ARS400,000
Month played December
Final year 2011
Tournament record score
Aggregate 271 Raúl Fretes (1998)
271 Ángel Cabrera (1999)
271 Fabián Gómez (2008)
271 Andrés Romero (2010)
Current champion
José Cóceres

The Argentine Masters or Torneo de Maestros was one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in Argentina, despite not having been played continuously since the inaugural event in 1961. It was always held at the Olivos Golf Club near Buenos Aires.

The tournament formed part of the Tour de las Americas schedule. In 2008 it was co-sanctioned by the Canadian Tour (2009 season).[1]

The most successful players have been the superstars of Argentine golf, Roberto de Vicenzo with five victories, and Ángel Cabrera with four wins in the five events held between 1999 and 2007.

Winners

Year Winner Score Runner(s)-up Amateur winner
2011 José Cóceres 276 (−8) Ricardo González Franco Romero
2010 Andrés Romero 271 (−13) Fabián Gómez Emiliano Grillo
2009 Tom Lehman 274 (−10) Daniel Vancsik, Miguel Carballo Emiliano Grillo
2008 Fabián Gómez 271 (−13) Andrés Romero Not held
2007 Ángel Cabrera 277 (−7)PO Ricardo González Federico Cabrera
2006 Andrés Romero 204 (−9) Ángel Cabrera Alan Wagner
2005 Ángel Cabrera 278 (−6) Julio Zapata Emilio Dominguez
2002–04 No tournament
2001 Ángel Cabrera 272 (−12) Eduardo Romero P. Lopez Vilaclara
2000 No tournament
1999 Ángel Cabrera 271 (−13) Scott Dunlap, Fabian Montovia,
Costantino Rocca
Matías O'Curry
1998 Raúl Fretes 271 (−13) Eduardo Romero Julio Madero
1997 Bernhard Langer 277 (−7) Eduardo Romero Julio Madero
1978–96 No tournament
1977 Florentino Molina 273 (−11) Tommy Aaron, Peter Townsend Luis Carbonetti
1975–76 No tournament
1974 Roberto de Vicenzo 277 (−7) Carlos Liberto Ricardo Rossi
1972–73 No tournament
1971 Vicente Fernández 282 (−2) Florentino Molina Jaime Gonzalez
1970 Roberto de Vicenzo 273 (−11) Billy Casper, Gary Player Roberto Monguzzi
1969 Bert Yancey 273 (−11) Orlando Tudino Roberto Monguzzi
1968 George Archer 276 (−8) Bob Goalby Alberto Barreira
1967 Vicente Fernández 279 (−5) Roberto de Vicenzo Jorge Ledesma
1966 Roberto de Vicenzo 277 (−7) B. McAllister Jorge De Azcuenaga
1965 Leopoldo Ruiz 277 (−7) Roberto de Vicenzo Raul Travieso
1964 Roberto de Vicenzo 273 (−11) Florentino Molina German Carman
1963 Leopoldo Ruiz 281 (−3) Roberto de Vicenzo J. Ponzio
1962 Roberto de Vicenzo 195 PO Bob Charles Jorge Ledesma
1961 Enrique Orellana 272 (−12) Leopoldo Ruiz German Carman

References

  1. ^ "Canadian Tour expands into tour of Americas".  

External links

  • Olivos Golf Club - official site
  • Tour de las Americas - official site
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