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Catalan Open
Tournament information
LocationCatalonia, Spain
Course(s)Club de Golf Bonmont
Tour(s)European Tour
FormatStroke play
Prize fund£300,000
Final year1996
Tournament record score
Aggregate271 José María Olazábal (1991)
To par−17 as above
Final champion
Scotland Paul Lawrie
Location Map
Club de Golf Bonmont
Club de Golf Bonmont
Location in Spain
Club de Golf Bonmont
Club de Golf Bonmont
Location in Catalonia

The Catalan Open was a European Tour golf tournament which was played annually from 1989 to 1996, except for 1990. It was played at several different golf courses in Catalonia, Spain. It never had the same full official name two years in a row, due to sponsorship and preferred language changes. The winners included future two-time Masters champion José María Olazábal. The prize fund was £200,000 in 1989 and £300,000 in all other years (plus the usual minor increments to the guaranteed amount for additional players who made the cut). By the final year this was the second smallest purse on the tour.


Year Winner Score To par Margin of
Runner(s)-up Venue
Catalan Open
1996 Scotland Paul Lawrie 135[a] −9 1 stroke Spain Fernando Roca Bonmont
Open Catalonia
1995 Republic of Ireland Philip Walton 281 −7 3 strokes Scotland Andrew Coltart Peralada
Heineken Open Catalonia
1994 Argentina José Cóceres 275 −13 3 strokes France Jean-Louis Guépy Pals
Heineken Open
1993 Scotland Sam Torrance 201[b] −15 3 strokes United States Jay Townsend Osona Montanya
Catalan Open
1992 Spain José Rivero 280 −8 1 stroke Spain José María Cañizares
Sweden Johan Ryström
England Haydn Selby-Green
Mas Nou
Open Catalonia
1991 Spain José María Olazábal 271 −17 6 strokes Northern Ireland David Feherty Bonmont Terres Noves
1990 Cancelled due to lack of sponsorship.[2]
Massimo Dutti Catalan Open
1989 England Mark Roe 279 −13 1 stroke Scotland Gordon Brand Jnr
Scotland Colin Montgomerie
Spain José María Olazábal
  1. ^ Tournament reduced to 36 holes due to bad weather.[1]
  2. ^ Tournament reduced to 54 holes.


  1. ^ McCormack, Mark H. (1997). The World of Professional Golf 1997. IMG Publishing. pp. 130, 432–433. ISBN 1878843176. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Sport in brief | Catalán off". The Times. 6 February 1990. p. 40. Retrieved 25 April 2020 – via The Times Digital Archive. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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