First played in 1978, the European Open was held annually at courses in England, Scotland … Read more.
Ireland’s national golf championship was first contested in 1927 at Portmarnock golf club. George Duncan … Read more.
The Open de France is the oldest national golf open in continental Europe, having been … Read more.
The BMW International Open is the only European Tour event held in Germany (which I … Read more.
The Italian Open is one of the oldest events in Europe, extending back to 1925. … Read more.
Founded in 1955, the BMW PGA Championship originally was known as the British PGA Championship. … Read more.
Belgian Open Winners; Belgian Knockout Winners and History Originally known as the Belgian Open, the … Read more.
The Rocco Forte Open is the successor to the Sicilian Open, which ran on the … Read more.
GolfSixes Winners And History Making its debut on the European Tour in 2017, Golf Sixes … Read more.
The Volvo China Open is part of the OneAsia Tour, and has been co-sanctioned by … Read more.
Although a European Tour event only since 2010, the Trophee Hassan II Golf Tournament has … Read more.
This week, the European Tour visits Morocco for the Trophee Hassan II. The tournament has … Read more.
The Open de España (Spanish Open) is Spain’s national golf championship. Founded in 1912, it … Read more.
The Indian Open first was played in 1964. The current sponsor is Hero, an Indian … Read more.
Sharma Shines In The Maybank Championship In Malaysia Shubhankar Sharma, 21, put in a superb … Read more.
Tshwane Open Winners and History The inaugural of the Tshwane Open, co-sanctioned by the Sunshine … Read more.
Inaugurated in 1998, the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters is one of four European Tour golf … Read more.
New for 2018 on the European Tour is the NBO Oman Open. The National Bank … Read more.
Maybank Championship Winners and History The Maybank Championship is the successor to the Malaysian Open. … Read more.
Joburg Open Winners and History Co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the Sunshine Tour, … Read more.