Porsche European Open Winners and History

Porsche European Open Winners and History

Porsche European Open Winners and History

First played in 1978, the European Open was held annually at courses in England, Scotland and Ireland until 2009. Following that, the European Open went on hiatus. In 2015, the tournament was revived as the Porsche European Open.

The current incarnation is played at the North Course at the Green Eagle Golf Courses in Germany. The event carries a total prize of €1.2 million.

A list of past European Open Winners follows:

YearWinnerScoreTo parMargin
Porsche European Open    
2023Tom McKibbin283-92 strokes
2022Kalle Samooja282-62 strokes
2021Marcus Armitage208*-82
2019Paul Casey274-141 stroke
2018Richard McEvoy277-111 stroke
2017Jordan Smith275-13Playoff
2016Alexander Levy194*-19Playoff
2015Thongchai Jaidee267−171 stroke
European Open    
2010–14No tournament   
2009Christian Cévaër281−71 stroke
2008Ross Fisher268−207 strokes
Smurfit Kappa European Open    
2007Colin Montgomerie269−111 stroke
2006Stephen Dodd279−92 strokes
Smurfit European Open    
2005Kenneth Ferrie285−32 strokes
2004Retief Goosen275−135 strokes
2003Phillip Price272−161 stroke
2002Michael Campbell282−61 stroke
2001Darren Clarke273−153 strokes
2000Lee Westwood (2)276−121 stroke
1999Lee Westwood271−173 strokes
1998Mathias Grönberg275−1310 strokes
1997Per-Ulrik Johansson (2)267−216 strokes
1996Per-Ulrik Johansson277−111 stroke
1995Bernhard Langer (2)280−8Playoff
European Open    
1994David Gilford275−135 strokes
GA European Open    
1993Gordon Brand, Jnr (2)275−137 strokes
1992Nick Faldo262−183 strokes
1991Mike Harwood277−112 strokes
Panasonic European Open    
1990Peter Senior267−131 stroke
1989Andrew Murray277−111 stroke
1988Ian Woosnam260−203 strokes
1987Paul Way279−92 strokes
1986Greg Norman269−11Playoff
1985Bernhard Langer269−113 strokes
1984Gordon Brand, Jnr270−103 strokes
1983Isao Aoki274−62 strokes
European Open Championship    
1982Manuel Piñero266−142 strokes
Dixcel Tissues European Open    
1981Graham Marsh275−132 strokes
European Open Championship    
1980Tom Kite284−81 stroke
1979Sandy Lyle275−97 strokes
1978Bobby Wadkins283−5Playoff
* = Shortened to 54 holes

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