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South Open

South Open
Tournament information
Location Mar del Plata, Argentina
Established 1918
Course(s) Mar del Plata GC
Par 70
Tour(s) TPG Tour (Argentina)
Format Stroke play
Tournament record score
Aggregate 256 Miguel Ángel Martín
Current champion
Argentina Sebastián Saavedra

The South Open, or Abierto del Sur, is one of the major regional open golf tournaments in Argentina, and is also one of the oldest, having been inaugurated 1918. It has always been held at the Mar del Plata Golf Club in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Province. The course plays to a par of 70, and the course record is 59, which was set by Miguel Ángel Martín in the 1987 Open.

The tournament was founded as the Abierto de Aficionados y Profesionales (the Professionals and Amateurs Open), and was renamed as the Abierto de Mar del Plata (Mar del Plata Open) in 1925, before being given its current title in 1939.


Year Winner Score Runner-up Amateur Winner
2013 Sebastián Saavedra 272 Niclas Johansson
2012 Mauricio Molina 196 Rafael Echenique
2011 Matías O'Curry 263 Clodomiro Carranza
2009 Rodolfo González* 271 Sebastian Saavedra, Miguel Carballo Gonzalo Ramacciotti
2008 Julio Zapata 271 Miguel Guzmán Esteban Martinez
2007 Rafael Gómez 266 Carlos Cardeza Ary Rodriguez
2006 Luciano Giometti 278 Andrés Romero Juan I. Gil
2005 Rodolfo González* 280 Paulo Pinto, Daniel Barbeti Alan Wagner
2004 Ángel Cabrera 270 Miguel Guzmán Emilio Dominguez
2003 Rubén Alvarez 274 Armando Saavedra, Gustavo Rojas, C. Machado, F. Montovia Emilio Dominguez
2002 No tournament Luciano Giometti
2001 Juan Pablo Abbate* 276 Alberto Gianone Nicasio Dominguez
2000 Fabian Montovia 266 Raúl Fretes Nicolas Sedler
1999 Rodolfo González 276 Jorge Berendt Gonzalo Ramaciotti
1998 Miguel Guzmán 279 Luis Carbonetti, Sebastián Fernández Ernesto Rivas
1997 Jorge Berendt 269 Sebastián Fernández Francisco Aleman
1996 Ángel Cabrera Mauricio Molina, Eduardo Romero Francisco Aleman
1995 Daniel Lobos Eduardo Romero Francisco Aleman
1994 Ángel Cabrera Antonio Ortiz, Luis Carbonetti Martin Travella
1993 Jorge Soto 268 Eduardo Romero, Luis Carbonetti Gustavo Piovano
1992 Eduardo Romero Jorge Bollini
1991 Rubén Alvarez Fernando Chiesa
1990 Miguel Guzmán Fernando Chiesa
1989 Miguel Guzmán Fernando Chiesa
1988 Eduardo Romero Fernando Chiesa
1987 Miguel Ángel Martín 256 Vicente Fernández, Eduardo Romero Diego Ventureira
1986 Vicente Fernández 272 Roberto de Vicenzo Carlos Melara
1985 Florentino Molina 266 Roberto de Vicenzo Carlos Melara
1984 Norberto Fuentes 275 Armando Saavedra, Adan Sowa, Jorge Soto Luis Carbonetti
1983 Jorge Soto 276 Miguel Prado (amateur) Miguel Prado
1982 Armando Saavedra Horacio Carbonetti
1981 Vicente Fernández Florentino Molina, Armando Saavedra Carlos Melara
1980 No tournament Carlos Melara
1979 No tournament Carlos Melara
1978 Roberto de Vicenzo* 213 Fidel de Luca Luis Daneri
1977 Roberto de Vicenzo Juan Carlos Cabrera
1976 Juan Quinteros Armando Saavedra
1975 Vicente Fernández 279 Juan Carlos Devoto
1974 Fidel de Luca 277 Roberto Benito
1973 Roberto de Vicenzo 268 Juan Carlos Devoto
1972 Roberto de Vicenzo 270 Fidel de Luca Jorge Ledesma
1971 Orlando Tudino 273 Roberto Monguzzi
1970 Leopoldo Ruiz 273 Jorge Ledesma
1969 Juan Carlos Nuñez 276 Horacio Berthe
1968 Orlando Tudino 280 Jorge Ledesma
1967 Roberto de Vicenzo 272 Alfredo Vercelli
1966 Leopoldo Ruiz 273 Roberto Hume
1965 Elcido Nari* 275 Juan Querelos Roberto Hume
1964 Juan Querelos 281 Jorge Ledesma
1963 Fidel de Luca 284 Juan Martinez Jorge Ledesma
1962 Roberto de Vicenzo 271 Roberto Hume
1961 Juan Martinez 281 Jose Maria Gonzalez Jorge Ledesma
1960 Enrique Bertolino 273 Jorge Ledesma
1959 Esteban Sorolla 275 Roberto Hume
1958 Juan Querelos 278 Roberto Benito
1957 Leopoldo Ruiz 271 Carlos Brachts
1956 Enrique Bertolino* 278 Martin Pose, Leopoldo Ruiz, Juan Martinez Jorge Ledesma
1955 Antonio Cerdá 271 Roberto de Vicenzo Jorge Ledesma
1954 Mario Goznalez 276 Juan Martinez Juan Segura
1953 Enrique Bertolino 278 Martin Pose Juan Segura
1952 Juan Segura (amateur) 275 Romualdo Barbieri Juan Segura
1951 Enrique Bertolino 273 Aurelio Castañon, Martin Pose Roberto Hume
1950 Antonio Cerdá 273 Martin Pose Roberto Hume
1949 Martin Pose 274 Roberto de Vicenzo Carlos Brachts
1948 Arturo Soto* 283 Aurelio Castañon Pedro Ledesma
1947 Roberto de Vicenzo 276 Alberto Texier
1946 Roberto de Vicenzo 273 Carlos Menditegui
1945 Enrique Bertolino 272 A.R. Raggio
1944 Enrique Bertolino 279 Alberto Anchorena
1943 Eduardo Blasi 272 Pedro Ledesma
1942 Marcos Churio 283 Pedro Ledesma
1941 Emilio Serra 274 M. Ayesa
1940 Martin Pose 271 Pedro Ledesma
1939 Juan Martinez 281 Alberto Anchorena
1938 Martin Pose 270 A. Gainza Paz
1937 John Cruickshank 279 Hector Villamil
1936 John Cruickshank 283 Garnet Dunsmure (amateur) Garnet Dunsmure
1935 Martin Pose 275 Marcos Churio Carlos Mugica
1934 Martin Pose 277 Marcos Churio Alberto Anchorena
1933 José Jurado 281 Hector Villamil
1932 José Jurado 277 Aurelio Castañon Hector Villamil
1931 Marcos Churio 276 Hector Villamil
1930 Henry Cotton 287 Aubrey Boomer A. Gainza Paz
1929 Marcos Churio 285 Enrique Echague
1928 Marcos Churio 292 T. Sanderson
1927 Aubrey Boomer 282 José Jurado Mariano Demaria Sala
1926 Andres Perez 279 Mariano Demaria Sala
1925 José Jurado 288 J.A. Brown
1924 José Jurado A. Gainza Paz
1923 Pedro Churio No tournament
1922 Tomas Ockenden No tournament
1921 Pedro Churio No tournament
1920 Pedro Churio No tournament
1919 Lagrima Goznalez 293 No tournament
1918 Juan Dentone 289 Juan Eustace J. Brown, John May

External links

  • Tour de las Americas - official site
  • TPG Tour - official site
  • Mar del Plata Golf Club - official site
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