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Epson Grand Prix of Europe

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Epson Grand Prix of Europe

The Epson Grand Prix of Europe was a European Tour golf tournament which was held annually from 1986 to 1991 at St. Pierre Golf & Country Club in Chepstow, South Wales. It was a match play event for the first four years before switching to stroke play for the final two years. Four of the six champions were major championship winners. In 1991 the prize fund was £450,000, which was on the high side of middling for a European Tour event at that time.


Epson Grand Prix of Europe

  • 1991 Spain
  • 1990 Wales

Epson Grand Prix of Europe Matchplay Championship

  • 1989 Spain
  • 1988 West Germany
  • 1987 Sweden
  • 1986 Sweden

External links

  • Coverage on the European Tour's official site
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