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|Course(s)||Moor Park GC|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||276 Seve Ballesteros|
276 Nick Faldo (1977)
|To par||−12 (as above)|
The Uniroyal International Championship was a professional golf tournament on the European Tour in 1976 and 1977. It was sponsored by rubber corporation Uniroyal, and hosted at Moor Park Golf Club near Rickmansworth, to the north of London, England.
In 1976 when it was called the Uniroyal International and won by Englishman Tommy Horton, and the following year, once the word "Championship" had been added to the name, and Seve Ballesteros of Spain was the victor. The prize fund in the second year was £29,010, which was mid-range for a European Tour event at that time.
|1977||Seve Ballesteros||Spain||276||−12||Playoff[a]||Nick Faldo||6,000|||
|1976||Tommy Horton||England||277||−11||1 stroke||Martin Foster||4,000|||
- Ballesteros won with a birdie on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff.
- Jacobs, Raymond (13 November 1975). "Uniroyal to stage £25,000 event". Glasgow Herald. Glasgow, Scotland. p. 17. Retrieved 14 June 2020 – via Google News Archive.
- "Faldo one-up on Bernie?". Glasgow Herald. Glasgow, Scotland. 27 June 1977. p. 17. Retrieved 14 June 2020 – via Google News Archive.
- Jacobs, Raymond (28 June 1976). "Horton keeps ball rolling". Glasgow Herald. Glasgow, Scotland. p. 17. Retrieved 14 June 2020 – via Google News Archive.
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