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El Bosque Open

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El Bosque Open

The El Bosque Open was a golf tournament which featured on the European Tour schedule just once. It was held at El Bosque Golf & Country Club, Valencia, Spain from 5–8 April 1990 and was won by Vijay Singh of Fiji, who later become the World's Number 1 golfer. It was Singh's second title on the European Tour and he shot a ten under par of 278 to win by two strokes from the Englishmen Richard Boxall and Chris Williams.


Year Winner Country Score To par Margin of
1990 Vijay Singh  Fiji 278 −10 2 strokes Richard Boxall, Chris Williams

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  • Official scores and prize money - the amounts shown are stated to be in euro, but it is more likely that they are in British pounds, which was the official currency of the tour at that time, and that the £ sign has incorrectly been replaced with the € sign. The annual schedule states the total prize implied by the breakdown was in pounds.

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