Open de España Spanish Open Winners and History

The Open de España (Spanish Open) is Spain’s national golf championship. Founded in 1912, it was one of the inaugural events on the European Tour in 1972. Notable champions are Seve Ballesteros, Arnold Palmer, Bernhard Langer, Nick Faldo and Sergio Garcia.

The 2016 edition of the Open de España will be played at the Real Club Valderrama. It is hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation.

This is the first time the Spanish Open will be held at Valderrama.

Multiple Event Winners

Seventeen men are multiple tournament winners:

5 wins
Angel de la Torre: 1916, 1917, 1919, 1923, 1925

4 wins

  • Mariano Provencio: 1934, 1941, 1943, 1951
  • Gabriel Gonzalez: 1932, 1933, 1940, 1942
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3 wins

  • Arnaud Massy: 1912, 1927, 1928
  • Joaquin Bernardino: 1926, 1930, 1934
  • Marcelino Morcillo: 1946, 1948, 1949
  • Mariano Provencio: 1941, 1943, 1951
  • Max Faulkner: 1952, 1953, 1957
  • Sebastián Miguel: 1954, 1960, 1967
  • Seve Ballesteros: 1981, 1985, 1995

2 wins

  • Eugène Lafitte: 1921, 1929
  • Peter Alliss: 1956, 1958
  • Ángel Miguel: 1961, 1964
  • Dale Hayes: 1971, 1979
  • Eddie Polland: 1976, 1980
  • Bernhard Langer: 1984, 1989
  • Mark James: 1988, 1997

A list of Spanish Open Winners follows:

YearWinnerScoreTo parMargin
Acciona Open
de España
2021Rafa Cabrera-Bello265-19Playoff
Mutuactivos
Open de España
2020COVID
2019 Jon Rahm (2)262−225 strokes
Open de España
2018 Jon Rahm268−202 strokes
2017No tournament
Real Club
Valderrama
Open de España
2016 Andrew Johnston28511 stroke
2015 James Morrison278−104 strokes
2014 Miguel Ángel Jiménez284−4Playoff
2013 Raphaël Jacquelin283−5Playoff
2012 Francesco Molinari280−83 strokes
Open de
España
2011 Thomas Aiken278−102 strokes
2010 Álvaro Quirós277−11Playoff
2009 Thomas Levet270−182 strokes
2008 Peter Lawrie273−15Playoff
2007 Charl Schwartzel272−161 stroke
Andalucía Open
de España
Valle Romano
2006 Niclas Fasth270−18Playoff
Jazztel Open
de España
en Andalucía
2005 Peter Hanson280−8Playoff
Canarias Open
de España
2004 Christian Cévaër271−91 stroke
2003 Kenneth Ferrie266−22Playoff
2002 Sergio García275−134 strokes
Via Digital Open
de España
2001 Robert Karlsson277−112 strokes
Peugeot Open
de España
2000 Brian Davis274−143 strokes
1999 Jarmo Sandelin267−214 strokes
1998 Thomas Bjørn267−211 stroke
1997 Mark James (2)277−11Playoff
Peugeot
Spanish Open
1996 Pádraig Harrington272−164 strokes
1995 Seve Ballesteros (3)274−142 strokes
1994 Colin Montgomerie277−111 stroke
1993 Joakim Haeggman275−132 strokes
1992 Andrew Sherborne271−171 stroke
1991 Eduardo Romero275−13Playoff
1990 Rodger Davis277−111 stroke
1989 Bernhard Langer (2)281−73 strokes
1988 Mark James262−183 strokes
1987 Nick Faldo286−22 strokes
1986 Howard Clark272−161 stroke
Benson & Hedges
Spanish Open
1985 Seve Ballesteros (2)266−144 strokes
1984 Bernhard Langer275−132 strokes
1983 Eamonn Darcy277−111 stroke
1982 Sam Torrance273−158 strokes
1981 Seve Ballesteros273−151 stroke
1980 Eddie Polland (2)276−125 strokes
Spanish Open
1979 Dale Hayes (2)278−102 strokes
1978 Brian Barnes276−122 strokes
1977 Bernard Gallacher277−112 strokes
1976 Eddie Polland282−62 strokes
1975 Arnold Palmer283−51 stroke
1974 Jerry Heard279−96 strokes
1973 Neil Coles282−63 strokes
1972 Antonio Garrido2931Playoff
1971 Dale Hayes2751 stroke
1970 Ángel Gallardo2843 strokes
1969 Jean Garaïalde2831 stroke
1968 Bob Shaw286Playoff
1967 Sebastián Miguel (3)265Playoff
1966 Roberto De Vicenzo2797 strokes
1965No Tournament
1964 Ángel Miguel (2)2725 strokes
1963 Ramón Sota2878 strokes
1962No Tournament
1961 Ángel Miguel2671 stroke
1960 Sebastián Miguel (2)2862 strokes
1959 Peter Thomson2862 strokes
1958 Peter Alliss (2)26810 strokes
1957 Max Faulkner (3)2836 strokes
1956 Peter Alliss2856 strokes
1955 Conde de Lamaze (a)2713 strokes
1954 Sebastián Miguel2686 strokes
1953 Max Faulkner (2)2716 strokes
1952 Max Faulkner2752 strokes
1951 Mariano Provencio (4)2811 stroke
1950 Antonio Cerdá2773 strokes
1949 Marcelino Morcillo (3)280
1948 Marcelino Morcillo (2)268
1947 Mário Gonzalez (a)2775 strokes
1946 Marcelino Morcillo281
1945 Carlos Celles274
1944 Nicasio Sagardia
1943 Mariano Provencio (3)286
1942 Gabriel González (4)264
1941 Mariano Provencio (2)283
1940 Gabriel González (3)
1936–1939No tournament
1935 Tomás Cayarga279
1934 Mariano Provencio276
1933 Gabriel González (2)270
1932 Gabriel González272
1931: No tournament
1930 Joaquin Bernardino (2)291
1929 Eugène Lafitte285
1928 Arnaud Massy (3)278
1927 Arnaud Massy (2)
1926 Joaquin Bernardino283
1925 Ángel de la Torre (5)
1924No tournament
1923 Ángel de la Torre (4)
1922No tournament
1921 Eugène Lafitte296
1920No tournament
1919 Ángel de la Torre (3)304
1918No tournament
1917 Ángel de la Torre (2)288
1916 Ángel de la Torre293
1913–1915No tournament
1912 Arnaud Massy
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