Youngest and Oldest Winners on The European Tour

10/23/2012 4:06:00 PM
 Youngest and Oldest Winners on The European Tour
     
YOUNGEST
PLAYER AGE EVENT
Matteo Manassero 17 and 188 days 2010 CASTELLÓ MASTERS Costa Azahar
Matteo Manassero 17 and 363 days 2011 Maybank Malaysian Open
Danny Lee (AM) 18 and 213 days 2009 Johnnie Walker Classic
Noh Seung-yul 18 and 282 days 2010 Maybank Malaysian Open
Seve Ballesteros 19 and 121 days 1976 Dutch Open
Paul Way 19 and 149 days 1982 KLM Dutch Open
Sergio Garcia 19 and 176 days 1999 Murphy's Irish Open
Seve Ballesteros* 19 and 191 days 1976 Trophée Lancôme
Matteo Manassero  19 and 206 days 2012 Barclays Singapore Open 
Sergio Garcia 19 and 267 days 1999 Linde German Masters
Rory McIlroy 19 and 273 days 2009 Dubai Desert Classic
Aaron Baddeley 19 and 331 days 2001 Greg Norman Holden International
Sir Nick Faldo 20 and 20 days 1977 Skol Lager Individual
*unofficial event
     
OLDEST
PLAYER AGE EVENT
Miguel Angel Jimenez 49 and 337 days  2014 Hong Kong Open 
Miguel Angel Jiménez 48 and 318 days 2012 UBS Hong Kong Open
Des Smyth  48 and 34 days  2001 Madeira Island Open 
Neil Coles 48 and 14 days 1982 Sanyo Open
Eduardo Romero 47 and 362 days 2002 Barclays Scottish Open
Christy O'Connor 47 and 187 days 1972 Carrolls International
Mark McNulty 47 and 95 days 2001 Mercedes-Benz South African Open
Mark O'Meara 47 and 54 days 2004 Dubai Desert Classic
Tom Kite 46 and 309 days 1996 Oki Pro-Am
Harold Henning 46 and 295 days 1981 KLM Dutch Open
Miguel Angel Jiménez 46 and 243 days 2010 Omega European Masters
Miguel Angel Jiménez 46 and 180 days 2010 Alstom Open d France
Vicente Fernandez 46 and 119 days 1992 Murphy's English Open
Eduardo Romero 46 and 55 days 2000 Omega European Masters