Olivetti Tournament


 

The Olivetti Tournament

 
The Olivetti Tournament tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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1988
Olivetti
Moor Hall GC
283 (-9)
£4,500
Played as the British Olivetti Tournament. Second-placed and defending champion Jane Connachan (Scot) finished 1 shot behind Nicholas (Eng). [Moor Hall GC, Sutton Coldfield, nr Birmingham, England].
1987
Olivetti
Connachan, Jane
Moor Hall GC
286 (-6)
£3,750
Played as the British Olivetti Tournament. Connachan (Scot) beat Trish Johnson (Eng) in a playoff. [Moor Hall GC, Sutton Coldfield, nr Birmingham, England].
1986
Olivetti
Moor Hall GC
285 (-7)
£3,000
Played as the British Olivetti Tournament. Reid (Scot) beat Laura Davies (Eng) in a playoff. [Moor Hall GC, Sutton Coldfield, nr Birmingham, England].
1985
Olivetti
Connachan, Jane
Moor Hall GC
284 (-8)
£2,000
Played as the British Olivetti Tournament (May 23-26). Second-placed Dale Reid (Scot) finished 1 shot behind 21-year-old Connachan (Scot). [Moor Hall GC, Sutton Coldfield, nr Birmingham, England].
1984
Olivetti
Smith, Jenny Lee
294 (+6)
£1,500
Played as the British Olivetti Tournament (June 6-8). Second-placed Rae Hast (RSA) finished 1 shot behind Smith (Eng). [Old Thorns GC, Liphook, Hants, England].
1983
Olivetti
Mackenzie, Sandra
223 (+7)
£900
Played as the British Olivetti Tournament (July 20-22). Second-placed Jane Forrest (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Mackenzie (Aus), who recorded her first win in Europe. [Old Thorns GC, Liphook, Hants, England].
 

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