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Peru Open

The Peru Open, or Abierto de Peru, is the national open golf tournament of Peru. It was first played in 1982, although previous tournaments had previously been held using the same name. It was an event on the South American Tour from 1995 to 2000, and revived as a stop on the Tour de las Américas in 2004, when it was co-sanctioned by the European Challenge Tour, and 2008. It is currently an event on the PGA Tour Latinoamérica.

Contents

  • Winners 1
    • Winners of earlier tournaments of the same name 1.1
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Winners

Year Winner[1] Score
2014 Julián Etulain 274 (−14)
2013 Julián Etulain 275 (−13)
2012 Sebastián Salem 275 (−13)
2011 Benjamín Alvarado 273 (−15)
2010 Sebastián Fernández 266 (−22)
2009 No tournament
2008 Alan Wagner 275 (−13)
2005–07 No tournament
2004 Brad Sutterfield 276 (−12)
2001–03 No tournament
2000 Scott Dunlap 278 (−10)PO
1999 Scott Dunlap
1998 Scott Dunlap
1997 Philip Jonas
1996 Philip Jonas
1995 Raúl Fretes
1994 David Ogrin
1993 Pedro Martínez
1992 Raúl Fretes
1991 Perry Moss
1990 Roy Mackenzie
1989 Eduardo Caballero
1988 David Ogrin
1987 Bob Lohr
1986 Priscillo Diniz
1985 Priscillo Diniz
1984 Federico German
1983 Niceforo Quispe
1982 Gonzalo Urbina

Winners of earlier tournaments of the same name

Year Winner
1974 Fidel De Luca
1969 Rodolfo Coscia
1968 Raul Travieso
1967 Florentino Molina
1965 Hugo Nari
1964 Hugo Nari
1958 Roberto De Vicenzo
1955 Fidel De Luca
1954 Roberto De Vicenzo
1953 Roberto De Vicenzo

References

  1. ^ "Vuelve después de cuatro años".  

External links

  • Coverage on the PGA Tour Latinoamérica's official site
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