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KLM Open

KLM Open
Tournament information
Location  Netherlands
Established 1923
Course(s) Kennemer Golf & Country Club
Par 70
Length 6,626 yards (6,059 m)
Tour(s) European Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund 1,800,000
Month played September
Tournament record score
Aggregate 263 Tobias Dier (2002)
Current champion
Paul Casey
The 14th green at the Kennemer Golf & Country Club.

The KLM Open is an annual golf tournament played in the Netherlands, and has been part of the European Tour's schedule since the Tour was inaugurated in 1972. Founded in 1912, the tournament was originally known as the Dutch Open, before a variety of sponsors resulted in numerous name changes over the years, with KLM being the incumbent. The tournament has been moved around the golfing calendar somewhat, but has recently been held in September. It returned to one of its most frequent venues, Hilversumsche Golf Club, in 2010, and was held there again in 2011. Many other venues have been used for the event in the past, with the most recent being Kennemer Golf & Country Club.

Winners

Year Winner Country Score Runner(s)-up
KLM Open
2014 Paul Casey  England 266 Simon Dyson
2013 Joost Luiten  Netherlands 268PO Miguel Ángel Jiménez
2012 Peter Hanson  Sweden 266 Pablo Larrazábal, Richie Ramsay
2011 Simon Dyson (3)[1]  England 268 David Lynn[1]
2010 Martin Kaymer  Germany 266 Christian Nilsson, Fabrizio Zanotti
2009 Simon Dyson (2)[1]  England 265PO Peter Hedblom, Peter Lawrie
2008 Darren Clarke  Northern Ireland 264 Paul McGinley
2007 Ross Fisher  England 268 Joost Luiten
2006 Simon Dyson[1]  England 270PO Richard Green
2005 Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño  Spain 269 Gary Emerson
2004 David Lynn  England 264 Richard Green, Paul McGinley
Dutch Open
2003 Maarten Lafeber  Netherlands 267 Mathias Grönberg, Søren Hansen
The TNT Open
2002 Tobias Dier  Germany 263 Jamie Spence
2001 Bernhard Langer (3)  Germany 269PO Warren Bennett
2000 Stephen Leaney (2)  Australia 269 Bernhard Langer
1999 Lee Westwood  England 269 Gary Orr
1998 Stephen Leaney (1)  Australia 266 Darren Clarke
Sun Microsystems Dutch Open
1997 Sven Strüver  Germany 266 Russell Claydon
1996 Mark McNulty  Zimbabwe 266 Scott Hoch
Heineken Dutch Open
1995 Scott Hoch  United States 269 Michael Jonzon, Sam Torrance
1994 Miguel Ángel Jiménez  Spain 270 Howard Clark
1993 Colin Montgomerie  Scotland 281 José Cóceres, Jean van de Velde
1992 Bernhard Langer (2)  Germany 277PO Gordon Brand, Jnr
1991 Payne Stewart  United States 267 Bernhard Langer, Per-Ulrik Johansson
KLM Dutch Open
1990 Stephen McAllister  Scotland 274 Roger Chapman
1989 José María Olazábal  Spain 277PO Roger Chapman, Ronan Rafferty
1988 Mark Mouland  Wales 274 Des Smyth
1987 Gordon Brand, Jnr  Scotland 272 David J Russell
1986 Seve Ballesteros (3)  Spain 271 José Rivero
1985 Graham Marsh (2)  Australia 282 Bernhard Langer
1984 Bernhard Langer (1)  West Germany 275 Graham Marsh
1983 Ken Brown  Scotland 274 José Maria Cañizares, Vaughan Somers
1982 Paul Way  England 276 David Feherty, Vicente Fernández
1981 Harold Henning[2]  South Africa 280 Raymond Floyd, Nick Price[2]
Dutch Open
1980 Seve Ballesteros (2)  Spain 280 Sandy Lyle
1979 Graham Marsh (1)  Australia 285 Antonio Garrido, Malcolm Gregson
1978 Bob Byman (2)  United States 214 Nick Price
1977 Bob Byman (1)  United States 278 Hugh Baiocchi
1976 Seve Ballesteros (1)  Spain 275 Howard Clark
1975 Hugh Baiocchi  South Africa 279 P. Hayes, Simon Hobday
1974 Brian Barnes  Scotland 211 Peter Oosterhuis, Eddie Polland, Simon Owen
1973 Doug McClelland  England 279 Peter Oosterhuis
1972 Jack Newton  Australia 277 Peter Oosterhuis, Malcolm Gregson
Dutch Open (pre-European Tour)
1971 Ramón Sota  Spain 277
1970 Vicente Fernández  Argentina 279 Toni Kugelmuller
1969 Guy Wolstenholme  England 277
1968 John Cockin  England 292
1967 Peter Townsend  England 282 Sewsunker Sewgolum
1966 Ramón Sota  Spain 277
1965 Ángel Miguel  Spain 278
1964 Sewsunker Sewgolum  South Africa 275
1963 Retief Waltman  South Africa 279
1962 Brian Huggett  Wales 274
1961 Brian Wilkes  South Africa 279
1960 Sewsunker Sewgolum  South Africa 280
1959 Sewsunker Sewgolum  South Africa 283
1958 Dave Thomas  Wales 277
1957 John Jacobs  England 284
1956 Antonio Cerdá  Argentina 277
1955 Alfonso Angelini  Italy 280PO Gerry DeWit
1954 Ugo Grappasonni  Italy 295PO Gerry DeWit
1953 Flory Van Donck  Belgium 286
1952 Cecil Denny  England 284
1951 Flory Van Donck  Belgium 281
1950 Roberto De Vicenzo  Argentina 269 John I. Cruickshank
1949 Jimmy Adams  Scotland 294
1948 Cecil Denny  England 290
1947 Joop Rühl  Netherlands 290
1946 Flory Van Donck  Belgium 290
1940–45 No tournament
1939 Bobby Locke  South Africa 281
1938 Alf Padgham  England 281
1937 Flory Van Donck  Belgium 286
1936 Flory Van Donck  Belgium 285
1935 Sid Brews  South Africa 275
1934 Sid Brews  South Africa 286
1933 Marcel Dallemagne  France 143
1932 Auguste Boyer  France 137
1931 Frank Dyer  United States 145
1930 Jacob Oosterveer  Netherlands 152
1929 John Henry Taylor  England 153
1928 Ernest Whitcombe  England 141
1927 Percy Boomer  England 147
1926 Aubrey Boomer  England 151
1925 Aubrey Boomer  England 144
1924 Aubrey Boomer  England 138
1923 Henry Burrows  England 153
1922 George Pannell  England 160
1921 Henry Burrows  England 151
1920 Henry Burrows  England 155
1919 Dirk Oosterveer  Netherlands 158
1918 Florent Gevers (Am)  Belgium
1917 Jacob Oosterveer  Netherlands
1916 Charles Bryce  England
1915 Gerry del Court van Krimpen  Netherlands 152
1913–14 No tournament
1912 George Pannell  England 158

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Dyson wins third Dutch Open title in six years". Retrieved 6 November 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Henning Winner". The New York Times. UPI. 27 July 1981. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Coverage on the European Tour's official site
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