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Open de España

 

Open de España

Open de España
Tournament information
Location Terrassa, Barcelona, Spain
Established 1912
Course(s) Real Club de Golf El Prat
Par 72
Length 7,298 metres (7,981 yd)
Tour(s) European Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund 1,500,000
Month played May
Current champion
James Morrison
Real Club de Golf El Prat is located in Spain
Real Club de Golf El Prat
Real Club de Golf El Prat
Location in Spain

The Open de España (formerly the Spanish Open) is the national open golf championship of Spain. It was founded in 1912 and has been part of the European Tour's schedule since the inception of the Tour in 1972. Except for a five-year period in the early 1980s, the tournament has been played in April or May. In 2005, it was one of five European Tour events to be held in Spain. Former champions include Arnold Palmer, Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer, and Nick Faldo.

Winners

Year Winner Country Score Runner(s)-up
Open de España
2015 James Morrison  England 278 Édouard Espana, David Howell, Miguel Ángel Jiménez
Francesco Molinari
2014 Miguel Ángel Jiménez  Spain 284PO Richard Green, Thomas Pieters
2013 Raphaël Jacquelin  France 283 Felipe Aguilar, Maximilian Kieffer
Reale Seguros Open de España
2012 Francesco Molinari  Italy 280 Alejandro Cañizares, Søren Kjeldsen, Pablo Larrazábal
Open de España
2011 Thomas Aiken  South Africa 278 Anders Hansen
2010 Álvaro Quirós  Spain 277PO James Morrison
2009 Thomas Levet  France 270 Fabrizio Zanotti
2008 Peter Lawrie  Ireland 273PO Ignacio Garrido
2007 Charl Schwartzel  South Africa 272 Jyoti Randhawa
Andalucía Open de España Valle Romano
2006 Niclas Fasth  Sweden 270PO John Bickerton
Jazztel Open de España en Andalucía
2005 Peter Hanson  Sweden 280PO Peter Gustafsson
Canarias Open de España
2004 Christian Cévaër  France 271 Ricardo González, Peter Hedblom, David Park
2003 Kenneth Ferrie  England 266PO Peter Hedblom, Peter Lawrie
2002 Sergio García  Spain 275 Emanuele Canonica
Via Digital Open de España
2001 Robert Karlsson  Sweden 277 Jean-François Remésy
Peugeot Open de España
2000 Brian Davis  England 274 Markus Brier
1999 Jarmo Sandelin  Sweden 267 Ignacio Garrido, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, Paul McGinley
1998 Thomas Bjørn  Denmark 267 Greg Chalmers, José María Olazábal
1997 Mark James (2)  England 277PO Greg Norman
Peugeot Spanish Open
1996 Pádraig Harrington  Ireland 272 Gordon Brand, Jnr
1995 Seve Ballesteros (3)  Spain 274 Ignacio Garrido, José Rivero
1994 Colin Montgomerie  Scotland 277 Richard Boxall, Mark McNulty, Mark Roe
1993 Joakim Haeggman  Sweden 275 Ernie Els, Nick Faldo
1992 Andrew Sherborne  England 271 Nick Faldo
1991 Eduardo Romero  Argentina 275PO Seve Ballesteros
1990 Rodger Davis  Australia 277 Nick Faldo, Peter Fowler, Bernhard Langer
1989 Bernhard Langer (2)  West Germany 281 José Maria Cañizares, Paul Carrigill
1988 Mark James  England 262 Nick Faldo
1987 Nick Faldo  England 286 Hugh Baiocchi, Seve Ballesteros
1986 Howard Clark  England 272 Ian Baker-Finch
1985 Seve Ballesteros (2)  Spain 266 Gordon Brand, Jnr
Benson & Hedges Spanish Open
1984 Bernhard Langer  West Germany 275 Howard Clark
1983 Eamonn Darcy  Ireland 277 Manuel Piñero
1982 Sam Torrance  Scotland 273 Roger Chapman, Sandy Lyle, Ian Woosnam
1981 Seve Ballesteros  Spain 273 Steve Martin
1980 Eddie Polland (2)  Northern Ireland 276 Seve Ballesteros, Mark James
Spanish Open
1979 Dale Hayes (2)  South Africa 278 Brian Barnes
1978 Brian Barnes  Scotland 276 Howard Clark
1977 Bernard Gallacher  Scotland 277 Francisco Abreu
1976 Eddie Polland  Northern Ireland 282 Bob Shearer
1975 Arnold Palmer  United States 283 John Fourie
1974 Jerry Heard  United States 279 Gary Player
1973 Neil Coles  England 282 Tienie Britz, Craig Defoy
1972 Antonio Garrido  Spain 293 Valentin Barrios
1971 Dale Hayes  South Africa 275 Roberto De Vicenzo
1970 Ángel Gallardo  Spain 284
1969 Jean Garaïalde  France 283
1968 Bob Shaw  Australia 286
1967 Sebastián Miguel (3)  Spain 265
1966 Roberto De Vicenzo  Argentina 279 Bernard Hunt
1965 No tournament
1964 Ángel Miguel (2)  Spain 272
1963 Ramón Sota  Spain 287
1962 No tournament
1961 Ángel Miguel  Spain 267
1960 Sebastián Miguel (2)  Spain 286
1959 Peter Thomson  Australia 286
1958 Peter Alliss (2)  England 268
1957 Max Faulkner  England 283
1956 Peter Alliss  England 285
1955 Conde de Lamaze (am)  France 271 Ángel Miguel
1954 Sebastián Miguel  Spain 268
1953 Max Faulkner (2)  England 271
1952 Max Faulkner  England 275
1951 Mariano Provencio (4)  Spain 281 Henry de Lamaze (am)
1950 Antonio Cerdá  Argentina
1949 Marcelino Morcillo (3)  Spain 280
1948 Marcelino Morcillo (2)  Spain 268
1947 Mario Gonzalez (am)  Brazil 277 Marcelino Morcillo
1946 Marcelino Morcillo  Spain 281
1945 Carlos Celles  Spain 274
1944 Nicasio Sagardia  Spain
1943 Mariano Provencio (3)  Spain 286
1942 Gabriel González (4)  Spain 264
1941 Mariano Provencio (2)  Spain 283
1940 Gabriel González (3)  Spain
1936–39 No tournament
1935 Tomás Cayarga  Spain 279 Mariano Provencio
1934 Mariano Provencio  Spain 276 Francisco Alonso
1933 Gabriel González (2)  Spain 270 Francisco Alonso
1932 Gabriel González  Spain 272 Tomás Cayarga
1931 No tournament
1930 Joaquin Bernardino (2)  Spain 291 Gabriel González
1929 Eugène Lafitte  France 285 R. Golias
1928 Arnaud Massy (3)  France 278 Ernesto Céspedes
1927 Arnaud Massy (2)  France
1926 Joaquin Bernardino  Spain 283 Emilio Cayarga
1925 Angel de la Torre (5)  Spain
1924 No tournament
1923 Angel de la Torre (4)  Spain
1922 No tournament
1921 Eugène Lafitte  France 296 Angel de la Torre
1920 No tournament
1919 Angel de la Torre (3)  Spain 304 Jean Gassiat
1918 No tournament
1917 Angel de la Torre (2)  Spain 288 Claude Gassiat
1916 Angel de la Torre  Spain 293 Richard Aitken
1913–15 No tournament
1912 Arnaud Massy  France

Multiple winners

Thirteen men have won the tournament more than once through 2014.

External links

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

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