Tournament History

One of the oldest tournaments in Continental Europe, the Alstom Open de France celebrates ten consecutive years at Le Golf National outside Paris. Twelve months ago, Miguel Angel Jiménez became the oldest winner of the title at the age of 46 when he defeated compatriot Alejandro Cañizares and Italian Francesco Molinari in sudden death after he had gone in the water when two clear on the final hole of regulation play. First played in 1906, the tournament has been won be some of golf's greatest names, inlcuding Seve Ballesteros, Sandy Lyle, Greg Norman, Sir Nick Faldo and Colin Montgomerie.

Past Winners

Tournament & Venue
Winner and Prize Fund
2017Jun 29
2016Jun 30
2015Jul 02
2014Jul 03
2013Jul 04
2012Jul 05
2011Jun 30
2010Jul 01
2009Jul 02
2008Jun 26
2007Jun 28
2006Jun 29
2005Jun 23
2004Jun 24
2003Jun 26
2002May 02
2001May 03
2000May 04
1999May 06
1998Jun 25
1997Jun 26
1996Jun 27
1995Jun 22
1994Jun 23
1993Jun 24
1992Jun 25
1991Jun 27
1990Jun 28
1989Jun 29
1988Jun 23
1987Jun 10
1986Jul 03
1985Jul 04
1984May 17
1983May 05
1982May 06
1981May 07
1980May 08
1979May 10
1978May 12
1977May 05
1976May 06
1975May 01
1974May 02
1973May 31
1972Jul 20

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Tournament Leaderboard

Pos Player nameNatHolePar
1LEVET, ThomasFRA18-7
T2OLESEN, ThorbjørnDEN18-6
4KAYMER, MartinGER18-4
T5KHAN, SimonENG18-3
T5RAMSAY, RichieSCO18-3
T7OTTO, HennieRSA18-2
T7STEELE, BrendanUSA18-2
10WALL, AnthonyENG18-1


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