Russian Open


 

Russian Open

 
Russian 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 Russian Open was a European Tour event played annually from 1996 to 2008 (Challenge Tour 1996-2002; Challenge Tour & full European Tour 2003-05; full European Tour 2006-08). It was also staged as a non-European Tour event from 1993-95. It was played as the Russian Open, prefixed by various title sponsors as follows: Philips (1994); General Motors (1995); Sovereign (1997); Moscow CC (1998); BMW (1999-2004); Cadillac (2005); Imperial Collection (2006); Inteco (2008).

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2015
M2M
Slattery, Lee
Skolkovo
269 (-15)
€166,660
Played as the M2M Russian Open (Sept 3-6; Eurpn Tr event). Second-placed Goya Estanisiao (Arg) finished 1 shot behind Slattery (Eng), who claimed his second European Tour title. [Skolkovo GC, Moscow, Russia].
2014
M2M
Horsey, David
275 (-13)
€166,660
Played as the M2M Russian Open (July 24-27; Eurpn Tr event). Horsey (Eng) beat Damien McGrane (Ire) at the first playoff hole to secure his third European Tour win. [Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club, nr Moscow, Russia].
2013
M2M
Hoey, Michael
272 (-16)
€166,660
Played as the M2M Russian Open (July 25-28; Eurpn Tr event). Second-placed Alexandre Kaleka (Fra) and Matthew Nixon (Eng) finished 4 shots behind Hoey (N.Ire), who recorded his fifth European Tour win. [Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club, nr Moscow, Russia].
2012
M2M
Kaleka, Alexandre
Tseleevo
281 (-7)
€32,000
Played as the M2M Russian Challenge Cup (Sept 6-9; Eurpn Challenge Tr event). Second-placed Mark Tullo (Chile) and Alessandro Tadini (Italy) finished 1 shot behind Kaleka (Fra). [Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club, nr Moscow, Russia].
2011
M2M
Tseleevo
277 (-11)
€40,000
Played as the M2M Russian Challenge Cup (Sept 15-18; Eurpn Challenge Tr event). Second-placed Andrew Johnston (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Little (Eng). [Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club, nr Moscow, Russia].
2010
M2M
Del Moral, Carlos
Tseleevo
277 (-11)
€28,000
Played as the M2M Russian Challenge Cup (Eurpn Challenge Tr event). Second-placed Tommy Fleetwood (Eng), Matt Ford (Eng) and Thorbjørn Olesen (Den) finished 1 shot behind Del Moral (Esp). [Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club, nr Moscow, Russia].
2009
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x
Russian Open not played in 2009.
2008
Inteco
Lundberg, Mikael
Moscow CC
267 (-21)
€210,237
Played as the Inteco Russian Open (July 24-27; Eurpn Tr event). Second-placed José Manuel Lara (Esp) finished 2 shots behind Lundberg (Swe), who recorded his second European tour win, both coming in the Russian Open. [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
2007
x
Johansson, Per-Ulrik
Moscow CC
265 (-23)
€244,250
Played as the Russian Open (Aug 2-5; Eurpn Tr event). Second-placed Robert-Jan Derksen (Nld) finished 6 shots behind Johansson (Swe), who recorded his first European Tour win for 10 years. [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
2006
Imperial Collection
Canizares, Alejandro
Moscow CC
266 (-22)
€130,641
Played as the Imperial Collection Russian Open (Aug 17-20; Eurpn Tr event). Second-placed David Drysdale (Scot) finished 4 shots behind Cañizares (Esp). Making just his third European Tour start, Cañizares became the quickest affiliate member to win on the Tour. His father, José Maria Cañizares, was a four-time Ryder Cup player. [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
2005
Cadillac
Lundberg, Mikael
Moscow CC
273 (-15)
€67,600
Played as the Cadillac Russian Open (Aug 11-14; Eurpn Tr event). First-time European Tour winner Lundberg (Swe) beat Andrew Butterfield (Eng) with a birdie at the fourth playoff hole. [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
2004
BMW
Emerson, Gary
Moscow CC
272 (-16)
€67,900
Played as the BMW Russian Open (Aug 12-15; Eurpn Tr event). Second-placed Markus Brier (Aut) finished 2 shots behind first-time European Tour winner Emerson (Eng). [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
2003
BMW
Fraser, Marcus
Moscow CC
269 (-19)
€66,660
Played as the BMW Russian Open (Aug 14-17; Eurpn Tr event). First-time European Tour winner Fraser (Aus) beat Martin Wiegele (Aut) with a par at the second playoff hole. [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
2002
BMW
Pyman, Iain
Moscow CC
269 (-19)
€30,000
Played as the BMW Russian Open (Aug 8-11; Eurpn Challenge Tour event). Second-placed Ben Barham (Eng) and Guido van der Valk (Nld) finished 1 shot behind Iain Pyman (Eng). [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
2001
BMW
Donaldson, Jamie
Moscow CC
270 (-18)
€27,146
Played as the BMW Russian Open (Aug 2-5; Eurpn Challenge Tr event). Second-placed Michael Archer (Eng) and Mikael Piltz (Fin) finished 3 shots behind Donaldson (Wales). [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
2000
BMW
Bernardini, Marco
Moscow CC
269 (-19)
€26,396
Played as the BMW Russian Open (Aug 3-6; Eurpn Challenge Tr event). Second-placed Erol Simsek (Ger) finished 3 shots behind Bernardini (Italy). [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
1999
BMW
Pyman, Iain
Moscow CC
273 (-15)
€20,467
Played as the BMW Russian Open (Aug 19-22; Eurpn Challenge Tr event). Second-placed Otto Hennie (RSA) finished 1 shot behind Pyman (Eng). [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
1998
Moscow CC
Bennett, Warren
Moscow CC
270 (-18)
£14,620
Played as the Moscow Country Club Russian Open (Aug 13-16; Eurpn Challenge Tr event). Second-placed Ricardo González (Arg) and Max Anglert (Swe) finished 7 shots behind Bennett (Eng). [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
1997
Sovereign
Reale, Michele
Moscow CC
280 (-8)
Played as the Sovereign Russian Open (Sept 3-6; Eurpn Challenge Tr event). Reale (Italy) beat Heinz-Peter Thuel (Ger) in a playoff. [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
1996
Sovereign
Watts, Carl
Moscow CC
203 (-13)
Played as the Sovereign Russian Open (Sept 5-8; Eurpn Challenge Tr event). Won by Carl Watts (Eng). Reduced to 54 holes due to bad weather. [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
1995
GM
Clough, Simon
Moscow CC
294 (+6)
Played as the General Motors Russian Open (not sanctioned by Eurpn Tr). Won by Simon Clough (Eng). [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
1994
Philips
Schroeder, Steve
Moscow CC
Played as the Philips Russian Open (not sanctioned by Eurpn Tr). Won by Steve Schroeder (USA). [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
1993
x
Lifanov, Konstantin
Moscow CC
Played as the inaugural Russian Open on the first nine holes to open at Moscow CC (not sanctioned by Eurpn Tr). Won by Konstantin Lifanov (Russia). [Moscow CC, Nakhabino, nr Moscow].
 

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