1992 European Tour

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The 1992 European Tour was the 21st official season of golf tournaments known as the PGA European Tour.[1]

The Order of Merit was won by England's Nick Faldo.


The table below shows the 1992 European Tour schedule which was made up of 38 tournaments, which included the major national opens around Europe. There were several changes from the previous season, with the return of the Dubai Desert Classic and the Tenerife Open, the addition of the Johnnie Walker Asian Classic, the Turespana Masters, the Roma Masters, the Lyon Open V33 and the Honda Open, and the loss of the Girona Open, the Murphy's Cup, the European Pro-Celebrity and the Epson Grand Prix of Europe.

Dates Tournament Host country Winner Notes
30 Jan–2 Feb Johnnie Walker Asian Classic Thailand South Africa Ian Palmer New Tournament
6–9 Feb Dubai Desert Classic United Arab Emirates Spain Seve Ballesteros
13–16 Feb Turespana Masters Open de Andalucia Spain Fiji Vijay Singh New Tournament
20–23 Feb Turespana Open de Tenerife Spain Spain José María Olazábal
27 Feb–1 Mar Open Mediterrania Spain Spain José María Olazábal
5–8 Mar Turespana Open de Baleares Spain Spain Seve Ballesteros
11–14 Mar Catalan Open Spain Spain José Rivero
19–22 Mar Portuguese Open Portugal Northern Ireland Ronan Rafferty
26–29 Mar Volvo Open di Firenze Italy Sweden Anders Forsbrand
2–5 Apr Roma Masters Italy Spain José Maria Cañizares New Tournament
9–12 Apr Jersey European Airways Open Jersey Portugal Daniel Silva
16–19 Apr Moroccan Open Morocco England David Gilford
23–26 Apr Credit Lyonnais Cannes Open France Sweden Anders Forsbrand
30 Apr–3 May Lancia Martini Italian Open Italy Scotland Sandy Lyle
7–10 May Benson and Hedges International Open England Australia Peter Senior
14–17 May Peugeot Spanish Open Spain England Andrew Sherborne
22–25 May Volvo PGA Championship England Zimbabwe Tony Johnstone
28–31 May Dunhill British Masters England Republic of Ireland Christy O'Connor Jnr
4–7 Jun Carroll's Irish Open Republic of Ireland England Nick Faldo
11–14 Jun Mitsubishi Austrian Open Austria England Peter Mitchell
18–21 Jun Lyon Open V33 France England David J Russell New Tournament
25–28 Jun Peugeot Open de France France Spain Miguel Ángel Martín
10–13 July Bell's Scottish Open Scotland Australia Peter O'Malley
16–19 Jul The Open Championship Scotland England Nick Faldo
23–26 Jul Heineken Dutch Open Netherlands Germany Bernhard Langer
30 Jul–2 Aug Scandinavian Masters Sweden England Nick Faldo
6–9 Aug BMW International Open Germany United States Paul Azinger
20–23 Aug Volvo German Open Germany Fiji Vijay Singh
28–31 Aug Murphy's English Open England Argentina Vicente Fernández
3–6 Sept Canon European Masters Switzerland England Jamie Spence
10–13 Sept GA European Open England England Nick Faldo
17–20 Sept Lancome Trophy France England Mark Roe
24–27 Sept Piaget Belgian Open Belgium Spain Miguel Ángel Jiménez
1–4 Oct Mercedes German Masters Germany England Barry Lane
8–11 Oct Honda Open Germany Germany Bernhard Langer New Tournament
8–11 Oct Toyota World Match Play Championship England England Nick Faldo
22–25 Oct Iberia Madrid Open Spain Northern Ireland David Feherty
29 Oct–1 Nov Volvo Masters Spain Scotland Sandy Lyle

Order of Merit[edit]

The PGA European Tour's money list was known as the "Volvo Order of Merit". It was based on prize money earned during the season and calculated in Pound sterling[1] but is now converted to Euro.

Position Player Country Prize money ()
1 Nick Faldo  England 991,931
2 Bernhard Langer  Germany 684,478
3 Colin Montgomerie  Scotland 622,598
4 Anders Forsbrand  Sweden 584,460
5 Barry Lane  England 551,952
6 José María Olazábal  Spain 539,877
7 Tony Johnstone  Zimbabwe 477,284
8 Sandy Lyle  Scotland 466,398
9 Vijay Singh  Fiji 411,231
10 Jamie Spence  England 403,139

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Tour History". PGA European Tour. Archived from the original on 4 April 2010. Retrieved 21 June 2013. 

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