Philippine Open


 

The Philippine Open

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

The Philippine Open Championship has been played annually since 1913 and is Asia's oldest national golf open. It has been an official Asian Tour event since 1994.

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2015
ICTSI
Tabuena, Miguel
Luisita G&CC
202 (-14)
US$54,000
Played as the Philippine Open presented by ICTSI (Dec 18-20; Asian Tr season-ending event). Second-placed Scott Barr (Aus) finished 1 shot behind first-time Asian Tour winner Tabuena (Phil). Reduced to 54-holes due to bad weather. [Luisita G&CC, Tarlac City, Luzon, Philippines].
2014
ICTSI
Both, Marcus
Wack Wack G&CC
282 (-6)
US$54,000
Played as the ICTSI Philippine Open (May 15-18; Asian Tr event; not played in 2013). Second-placed Siddikur Rahman (Ban), Nathan Holman (Aus), Antonio Lascuna (Phil), Arnond Vongvanij (Thai) and Jay Bayron (Phil) finished 2 shots behind Both (Aus), who was playing on a sponsor's exemption having lost his Asian Tour card in 2013. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
2012
ICTSI
Mamat, Mardan
Wack Wack G&CC
280 (-8)
US$47,550
Played as the ICTSI Philippine Open (Feb 9-12; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Mo Joong-kyung (S Kor) finished 5 shots behind wire-to-wire winner Mamat (Sing). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
2011
ICTSI
Henson, Berry
Wack Wack G&CC
283 (-5)
US$47,550
Played as the ICTSI Philippine Open (May 12-15; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Jay Bayron (Phil) finished 1 shot behind first-time Asian Tour winner and tour rookie Henson (USA). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
2010
x
Murakami, Artemio
Valley G&CC, Phil
277 (−11)
P350,000
Played as the Philippine Open (Dec 15-18; non-Asian Tr event). Second-placed and defending champion Elmer Salvador (Phil) finished 2 shots behind Murakami (Phil). [Valley G&CC, Antipolo, nr Manila, Philippines].
2009
x
Salvador, Elmer
Mt Malarayat G&CC
271 (−17)
P410,000
Played as the Philippine Open (Dec 16-19; non-Asian Tr event). Second-placed Guido Van der Valk (Nld) finished 3 shots behind 40-year-old Salvador (Phil), who won his home country Open championship on his birthday. [Mt Malarayat G&CC, Lipa, Batangas, Philippines].
2008
x
Que, Angelo
Wack Wack G&CC
283 (-5)
US$47,550
Played as the Philippine Open (April 3-6; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Danny Chia (Malay) finished 1 shot behind home-country winner Que (Phil), who recorded his second Asian Tr win. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
2007
x
Minoza, Frankie
Wack Wack G&CC
278 (-10)
US$47,550
Played as the Philippine Open (Feb 1-4; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Gerald Rosales (Phil) finished 2 shots behind 47-year old Minoza (Phil), who celebrated his second win in his home national championship. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
2006
x
Strange, Scott
Wack Wack G&CC
280 (-8)
US$31,700
Played as the Philippine Open (90th) (May 25-28; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Jun-won Park (S Kor) finished 5 shots behind Strange (Aus), who claimed his second Asian Tour win. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
2005
x
Le Vesconte, Adam
Mt Malarayat G&CC
272 (-12)
US$31,500
Played as the Philippine Open (May 19-22; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Gerald Rosales (Phil) finished 4 shots behind first-time Asian Tour winner Le Vesconte (Aus). [Mt Malarayat G&CC, Lipa, Batangas, Philippines].
2004
DHL
Michaels, Edward
Riviera GC, Manila
282 (-2)
US$24,225
Played as the DHL Philippine Open (Feb 26-29; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Juvic Pagunsan (Phil, amateur) finished 3 shots behind Michaels (USA), the only player to finish under par. Michaels was playing in only his second event in Asia. [Langer course, Riviera GC, Silang, nr Manila, Philippines].
2003
x
(not played)
x
x
Philippine Open not played in 2003.
2002
Casino Filipino
Gibson, Rick
Wack Wack G&CC
283 (-5)
US$29,172
Played as the Casino Filipino Philippine Open (March 7-10; Asian Tr event). Second-placed Robert Jacobsen (USA) finished 4 shots behind Gibson (Can), who recorded his only win on the Asian Tour. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
2001
x
Casas, Felix
Wack Wack G&CC
282 (-6)
P583,650
Played as the Philippine Open (non-Asian Tr event). Second-placed Danny Zarate (Phil) finished 5 shots behind Felix "Cassius" Casas (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
2000
x
Rosales, Gerald
Riviera GC, Manila
293 (+9)
P400,000
Played as the Philippine Open (non-Asian Tr event). Second-placed Tony Lascona (Phil) and Rey Pangunsan (Phil) finished 2 shots behind Rosales (Phil), whose caddie was his famous golfing sister Jennifer. [Langer course, Riviera GC, Silang, nr Manila, Philippines].
1999
Casino Filipino
Kang, Anthony
Manila Southwoods
273 (-15)
US$32,300
Played as the Casino Filipino Philippine Open (May 27-30; Asian Tr event). Second-placed James Kingston (RSA) and Kazuyoshi Yonekura (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind Kang (USA), who recorded his first professional win. [Masters course, Manila Southwoods G&CC, Carmona, nr Manila, Philippines].
1998
x
Minoza, Frankie
Riviera GC, Manila
278 (-10)
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Won by Minoza (Phil). [Couples course, Riviera GC, Silang, nr Manila, Philippines].
1997
x
Wentworth, Kevin
Camp John Hay GC
259
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Tim Straub (USA), Marciano Pucay (Phil) and Larry Barber (USA) finished 3 shots behind Wentworth (USA). [Camp John Hay GC, Baguio City, Philippines].
1996
x
Whitlock, Rob
Manila Southwoods
278 (-10)
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Whitlock (Aus) beat Tim Straub (USA) with a birdie at the sixth playoff hole. [Masters course, Manila Southwoods G&CC, Carmona, nr Manila, Philippines].
1995
x
Espinosa, Carlos
Apo G&CC
282 (-6)
US$50,000
Played as the 80th Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Olle Nordberg (Swe) finished 2 shots behind Espinosa (Mex). [Apo G&CC, Bago, nr Davao City, Philippines].
1994
Manila Southwoods
Manila Southwoods
280 (-8)
US$51,646
Played as the Manila Southwoods Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Franco (Para) beat Sang-ho Choi (S Kor) at the first playoff hole. [Masters course, Manila Southwoods G&CC, Carmona, nr Manila, Philippines].
1993
Manila Southwoods
Yeh, Chang-ting
Manila Southwoods
281 (-7)
US$33,320
Played as the Manila Southwoods Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Carlos Espinosa (Mex) finished in second place behind Yeh (Taiw). [Masters course, Manila Southwoods G&CC, Carmona, nr Manila, Philippines].
1992
Manila Southwoods
Wang, Ter-chang
Manila Southwoods
289 (+1)
US$24,990
Played as the Manila Southwoods Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Wang (Taiw) beat Chin-sheng Hsieh (Taiw) in a playoff. [Masters course, Manila Southwoods G&CC, Carmona, nr Manila, Philippines].
1991
x
Paulson, Dennis
Valley G&CC, Phil
281 (-7)
US$24,990
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Paulson (USA) beat Tze-chung Chen (Taiw) in a playoff. [South course, Valley G&CC, Antipolo, nr Manila, Philippines].
1990
x
Pactolerin, Robert
Wack Wack G&CC
287 (-1)
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Second-placed Lee Porter (USA), Chung-jen Lai (Taiw) and Liang-hsi Chen (Taiw) finished 2 shots behind Pactolerin (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1989
x
Aubrey, Emlyn
276
US$23,000
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian Tr event). Mario Siodina (Phil) finished in second place behind Aubrey (USA).
1988
San Miguel
Hsieh, Chin-sheng
Wack Wack G&CC
283 (-5)
US$19,922
Played as the San Miguel Philippine Open (Asian circuit event). Second-placed Steve Bowman (USA) finished 5 shots behind Hsieh (Taiwan). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1987
x
Tennyson, Brian
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Tze-ming Chen (Taiw) finished 1 shot behind Tennyson (USA). On the same day Tze-ming's younger brother Tze-chung beat Ben Crenshaw in a playoff to become the first Taiwanese player to win a PGA Tour event. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1986
x
Manubay, Mario
Villamor GC, Phil
280 (-8)
Played as the Philippine Open (not an Asian circuit event). Second-placed Mike Allen (USA) and Tony Grimes (Can) finished in second place behind Manubay (Phil). [Villamor GC, Pasay, nr Manila, Philippines].
1985
x
Aebli, Mark
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open (not an Asian circuit event). Second-placed Frankie Minoza (Phil) finished 1 shot behind Aebli (USA). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1984
x
Labares, Rudy
Villamor GC, Phil
272 (-16)
Played as the Philippine Open (not an Asian circuit event). Won by Rudolfo "Rudy" Labares (Phil). [Villamor GC, Pasay, nr Manila, Philippines].
1983
x
Lu, Hsi-chuen
Valley G&CC, Phil
277 (-11)
US$24,990
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Ikuo Shirahama (Jpn) finished 3 shots behind Lu (Taiw), who eagled the par-5 17th on the final day to pull away from Shirahama. [South course, Valley G&CC, Antipolo, nr Manila, Philippines].
1982
x
Hsieh, Min-nan
Wack Wack G&CC
292 (+4)
US$20,782
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian circuit season opener). Hsieh (Taiw) beat Sheng-san Hsu (Taiw) at the third playoff hole (par-4 17th), where Hsu missed a 3-foot putt. Before the playoff the contenders agreed to split the first and second place prize money of US$24,900 and US$16,665. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Mandaluyong, Manila, Philippines].
1981
x
Sieckmann, Tom
Wack Wack G&CC
287 (-1)
US$30,000
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian circuit season opener). Second-placed and defending champion Hsi-chuen Lu (Taiw) finished 4 shots behind Sieckmann (USA). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Mandaluyong, Manila, Philippines].
1980
x
Lu, Hsi-chuen
Wack Wack G&CC
287 (-1)
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Lu (Taiw). [Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1979
x
Arda, Ben
Wack Wack G&CC
286 (-2)
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by "Bantam Ben" Arda (Phil) by 3 shots. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1978
x
Lu, Liang-huan
Wack Wack G&CC
278 (-10)
US$25,000
Played as the Philippine Open. Chi-hsiung Kuo (Taiw) finished in second place behind "Mr" Lu (Taiw). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1977
x
Hsieh, Yung-yo
Wack Wack G&CC
281 (-7)
US$20,000
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian circuit season opener). Second-placed Min-nan Hsieh (Taiw) and Chi-hsiung Kuo (Taiw) finished 5 shots behind Yung-yo Hsieh (Taiw). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1976
x
Mancao, Quintin
Wack Wack G&CC
281
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Mancao (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1975
x
Kuo, Chi-hsiung
Valley G&CC, Phil
276
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Kuo (Taiw). [South course, Valley G&CC, Antipolo, nr Manila, Philippines].
1974
x
Lu, Liang-huan
Wack Wack G&CC
281 (-11)
US$4,851
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian circuit event). "Mr" Lu (Taiw) beat Sheng-san Hsu (Taiw) in a playoff. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1973
x
Kim, Seung-hak
Wack Wack G&CC
289
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian circuit season opener). Won by Kim (S Kor). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1972
x
Sugimoto, Hideyo
Wack Wack G&CC
286 (-2)
US$4,687
Played as the Philippine Open (Asian circuit event). Second-placed Yung-yo Hsieh (Taiw) finished 3 shots behind Sugimoto (Jpn). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1971
x
Chen, Chieng-chung
Wack Wack G&CC
282 (-6)
US$2,250
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Ben Arda (Phil), Eleuterio Nival (Phil) and Haruo Yasuda (Jpn) finished 6 shots behind Chen (Taiw). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1970
x
Hsieh, Yung-yo
Wack Wack G&CC
282 (-6)
US$3,000
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Ben Arda (Phil) and Min-nan Hsieh (Taiw) finished 1 shot behind Yung-yo Hsieh (Taiw). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1969
x
Yasuda, Haruo
Wack Wack G&CC
279
Played as the Philippine Open. Yasuda (Jpn) beat Eleuterio "Caloy" Nival (Phil) with a birdie at the first playoff hole. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1968
x
Hsu, Chi-san
KC Filipinas
278 (-10)
US$2,100
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Shigeru Uchida (Jpn) finished 8 shots behind Hsu (Taiw). [KC Filipinas GC, San Pedro, nr Manila; at the time known as Holiday Hills CC and later as TAT Filipinas].
1967
x
Hsu, Sheng-san
Wack Wack G&CC
283 (-5)
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Celestino Tugot (Phil) finished 1 shot behind 25-year-old Hsu (Taiw, amateur). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1966
x
Silverio, Luis
Wack Wack G&CC
287 (-1)
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Celestino Tugot (Phil) finished in second place behind 28-year-old Luis "Golem" Silverio (Phil, amateur). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1965
x
Lu, Liang-huan
KC Filipinas
288 (E)
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Yung-yo Hsieh (Taiw) finished 2 shots behind "Mr" Lu (Taiw). [KC Filipinas GC, San Pedro, nr Manila; at the time known as Holiday Hills CC and later as TAT Filipinas].
1964
x
Thomson, Peter
Wack Wack G&CC
285 (-3)
US$5,000
Played as the Philippine Open. Thomson (Aus) beat Doug Sanders (USA) at the first playoff hole. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1963
x
Arda, Ben
Wack Wack G&CC
289 (+1)
US$5,250
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Teruo Sugihara (Jpn) finished 3 shots behind "Bantam Ben" Arda (Phil), who won this event for the second time in three years. Australians Peter Thomson and Kel Nagle came third.[East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1962
x
Tugot, Celestino
284 (-4)
US$5,440
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Tugot (Phil), who claimed his sixth (and final) Philippine Open win. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1961
x
Arda, Ben
Wack Wack G&CC
286 (-2)
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Yung-yo Hsieh (Taiw) finished 2 shots behind "Bantam Ben" Arda (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1960
x
Phillips, Frank
Wack Wack G&CC
287 (-1)
US$3,000
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Yung-yo Hsieh (Taiw) finished 1 shot behind Phillips (Aus). Peter Thomson (Aus) was third. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1959
x
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Crampton (Aus). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1958
x
Tugot, Celestino
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Tugot (Phil) for the fourth straight year. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1957
x
Tugot, Celestino
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Tugot (Phil) for the third straight year. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1956
x
Tugot, Celestino
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Ben Arda (Phil) finished in second place behind defending champion Tugot (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1955
x
Tugot, Celestino
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Tugot (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1954
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by defending champion Larry Montes (Phil), who recorded his 13th and final win in the Philippine Open. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1953
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
281 (-7)
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Larry Montes (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1952
x
Wack Wack G&CC
295
Played as the Philippine Open (in Dec 1951). Won by Mangrum (USA). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1951
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Larry Montes (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1950
x
Oliver, Ed
Wack Wack G&CC
285 (-3)
US$5,000
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Norman Von Nida (Aus) finished 4 shots behind Ed "Porky" Oliver (USA). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1949
x
Tugot, Celestino
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open (possibly also called the Far East Open). Larry Montes (Phil) finished in second place behind Celestino Tugot (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1948
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Larry Montes (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1947
x
(not played)
x
x
Philippine Open not played in 1947.
1946
x
(not played)
x
x
Philippine Open not played in 1946.
1945
x
(not played)
x
x
Philippine Open not played in 1945.
1944
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Larry Montes (Phil) for the fourth straight year. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1943
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Larry Montes (Phil) for the third straight year. [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1942
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open (in Dec 1941 rather than 1942 due to the imminence of war). Won by defending champion Larry Montes (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1941
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open (in Feb 1941). Celestino Tugot (Phil) finished in second place behind Montes (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1940
x
McSpaden, Harold
Wack Wack G&CC
287 (-1)
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Emery Zimmerman (USA) finished 4 shots behind Harold "Jug" McSpaden (USA). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1939
x
Wack Wack G&CC
292 (+4)
US$2,000
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Seisui Chin (Jpn) and Rokuzo Asami (Jpn) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Norman Von Nida (Aus). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1938
x
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Defending champion Larry Montes (Phil) finished second behind Norman Von Nida (Aus). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1937
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by defending champion Larry Montes (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1936
x
Montes, Larry
Wack Wack G&CC
303
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed Sam Bates (USA) finished 5 shots behind Montes (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1935
x
Navaja, Guillermo
Wack Wack G&CC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Guillermo Navaja (Phil). [East course, Wack Wack G&CC, Manila, Philippines].
1934
x
Decena, Casiano
Manila GC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Casiano Decena (Phil). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1933
x
Baxter, Sidney
Manila GC
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Sidney "Si" Baxter (USA). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1932
x
Montes, Larry
Manila GC
297
Played as the Philippine Open. Second-placed T. Aplin and Jean Navao finished 11 shots behind defending champion Montes (Phil). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1931
x
(not played)
x
x
Philippine Open not played in 1931.
1930
x
(not played)
x
x
Philippine Open not played in 1930.
1929
x
Montes, Larry
Manila GC
275 (-5)
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by 18-year-old Montes (Phil), the first native Filipino allowed to participate in the event and its first professional champion. He won the title twelve more times. [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1928
x
Moore, J.C.
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open (the first year native Filipinos could take part). Ben Few (USA) finished in second place behind Captain J.C. Moore (USA, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1927
x
Mason, Bob
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by J.R.H. "Bob" Mason (USA, amateur), who claimed his fifth (and final) Philippine Open title. [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1926
x
Benedict, E.L.
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Lieut. E.L. Benedict (USA, amateur, stationed in Philippines with U.S. Army for 2.5 yrs). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1925
x
Jameson, W.J.
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by W.J. Jameson (USA, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1924
x
Ivory, George
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by George M. Ivory (USA, amateur, businessman and long-time Philippine resident). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1923
x
Noyes, E.A.
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by E.A. Noyes (USA, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1922
x
Smith, Walter
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Walter Z. Smith (USA, amateur, head of a telephone company). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1921
x
Mason, Bob
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by J.R.H. "Bob" Mason (USA, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1920
x
MacGregor, Ian
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by defending champion Ian Collier Trotter MacGregor (Scot, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1919
x
MacGregor, Ian
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Ian Collier Trotter MacGregor (Scot, amateur), a railway engineer who permanently settled in the Philippines. [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1918
x
Mason, Bob
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by J.R.H. "Bob" Mason (USA, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1917
x
Young, W.
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by W. Young (USA, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1916
x
Grieve, Johnny
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by Johnny Grieve (USA, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1915
x
Adams, W.J.
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by W.J. Adams (USA, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1914
x
Mason, Bob
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the Philippine Open. Won by defending champion J.R.H. "Bob" Mason (USA, amateur). [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
1913
x
Mason, Bob
Manila GC
amateur
Played as the inaugural Philippine Open. Won by J.R.H. "Bob" Mason (USA, amateur), the first of his five Philippine Open wins. [Manila GC, Caloocan City, nr Manila; this course no longer exists].
 

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The Tradition the first senior major championship of 2019 sees Miguel Ángel Jiménez defend at Greystone G&CC in Alabama (May 9-12).
British MastersTommy Fleetwood hosts this popular European Tour event at Hillside GC, close to his home town of Southport (May 9-12).

Who's Who: 
Tiger Woods: “One of the greatest comeback stories in sport, ever, allows Tiger Woods to record his fifteenth major championship win.
Jin Young Kothe rising star in women’s world golf lands her first major championship title at the ANA Inspiration.

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Koksijde Golf ter Hille Golf Club: on what was previously open farmland, an enjoyable and challenging links-style layout has been crafted. Perhaps the inspiration for Koksijde's new course came from a renowned Harry Colt layout that existed in the 1920s just a couple of kilometres to the west. Read more...
The Duke Golf Club: represents the latest in a trio of private courses to arrive on the Dutch golfing scene. All prefixed by the definite article, The Dutch (2010, designer Colin Montgomerie) and The International (2012, Ian Woosnam) have now been joined by The Duke, which firmly targets a business clientele and the corporate golf market. Read more...
Drentse Golfclub De Gelpenberg: as the oldest golf course in the Dutch province of Drenthe, De Gelpenberg offers a partly-wooded and partly-open heathland layout, guaranteed to test all facets of your game. It is arguably the best of the country's more northerly layouts, together with Lauswolt (50 km away to the north-west).
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Golfbaan Stippelberg: located 25 kilometres north-east of Eindhoven, this relatively new addition to championship golf in the Netherlands has fast become one of the country's "must play" courses.
 
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