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Brazil Rio de Janeiro 500 Years Open

Brazil Rio de Janeiro
500 Years Open
Tournament information
Location Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Established 2000
Course(s) Itanhangá Golf Club
Par 72
Length 6,618 yards
Tour(s) PGA European Tour
Format Stroke play
Final year 2000
Tournament record score
Aggregate 270 Roger Chapman (2000)
To par −18 Roger Chapman (2000)
Final champion
Roger Chapman
For the tennis tournament, see Rio de Janeiro Open.

The Brazil Rio de Janeiro 500 Years Open was the first of two golf tournaments that were held in 2000 to commemorate the discovery of Brazil by Pedro Álvares Cabral in 1500. They were both included on the schedule of the PGA European Tour, marking the tour's first visit to South America.

The tournament was held at Itanhangá Golf Club in Rio de Janeiro and won by England's Roger Chapman who triumphed in a sudden-death playoff over Ireland's Pádraig Harrington,[1] who would go on to win the second tournament in São Paulo the following week.[2]

Winners

Year Venue Winner Country Score Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up Country Ref
2000 Itanhangá GC Roger Chapman  England 270 (−18) Playoff (2nd hole) Pádraig Harrington  Ireland [3][1]

See also

References

External links

  • Coverage on the European Tour's official site
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