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|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||276 Robert Karlsson (1995)|
276 José María Olazábal (1992 & 1994)
276 Paul McGinley (1994)
|To par||−12 (as above)|
Major championship winners Ian Woosnam and José María Olazábal each claimed the Open Mediterrania title twice, while in 1995, future Ryder Cup star, Sergio García, became the then youngest player to make the cut in a European Tour event. The prize fund was £400,000 for each of the first four years before being cut to £300,000 for each of the final two years. In 1990 it was one of the highest on the European Tour, but by 1995 it was well below average.
|Year||Winner||Country||Score||To par||Margin of
|Turespaña Open Mediterrania|
|1995||Robert Karlsson||Sweden||276||−12||3 strokes|| Anders Forsbrand|
Miguel Ángel Jiménez
|1994||José María Olazábal||Spain||276||−12||Playoff||Paul McGinley|
|1993||Frank Nobilo||New Zealand||279||−9||1 stroke|| Gordon Brand Jnr|
|1992||José María Olazábal||Spain||276||−12||2 strokes||José Rivero|
|Fujitsu Mediterranean Open|
|1991||Ian Woosnam||Wales||279||−5||1 stroke||Michael McLean|
|Amex Med Open|
|1990||Ian Woosnam||Wales||210||−6||2 strokes|| Miguel Ángel Martín|
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