1994 European Tour

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The 1994 European Tour was the 23rd official season of golf tournaments known as the PGA European Tour.[1]

The Order of Merit was won by Scotland's Colin Montgomerie.

Schedule[edit]

The table below shows the 1994 European Tour schedule which was made up of 38 tournaments, which included the major national opens around Europe. There were few changes from the previous season, with the addition of the Extremadura Open and the Chemapol Trophy Czech Open, and the loss of the Kronenbourg Open and the Madrid Open. The Roma Masters was originally scheduled before being replaced by the Tournoi Perrier de Paris, a team event with prize money not counting towards the Order of Merit.[2]

Dates Tournament Host country Winner Notes
13–16 Jan Madeira Island Open Portugal Sweden Mats Lanner
20–23 Jan Moroccan Open Morocco Sweden Anders Forsbrand
27–30 Jan Dubai Desert Classic United Arab Emirates South Africa Ernie Els
3–6 Feb Johnnie Walker Classic Thailand Australia Greg Norman
10–13 Feb Turespana Open De Tenerife Spain England David Gilford
17–20 Feb Extremadura Open Spain England Paul Eales New Tournament
24–27 Feb Turespana Masters Open de Andalucia Spain England Carl Mason
3–6 Mar Turespana Open Mediterrania Spain Spain José María Olazábal
10–13 Mar Turespana Open de Baleares Spain England Barry Lane
17–20 Mar Portuguese Open Portugal Wales Phillip Price
1–4 Apr Open V33 Grand Lyon France Trinidad and Tobago Stephen Ames
14–17 Apr Roma Masters Italy Tournament cancelled.[2]
21–24 Apr Heineken Open Catalonia Spain Argentina José Cóceres
30 Apr–1 May Air France Cannes Open France Wales Ian Woosnam
5–8 May Benson and Hedges International Open England Spain Seve Ballesteros
12–15 May Peugeot Open de España Spain Scotland Colin Montgomerie
19–22 May Tisettanta Italian Open Italy Argentina Eduardo Romero
27–30 May Volvo PGA Championship England Spain José María Olazábal
2–5 Jun Alfred Dunhill Open Belgium England Nick Faldo
9–12 Jun Honda Open Germany Australia Robert Allenby
16–19 Jun Jersey European Airways Open Jersey England Paul Curry
23–26 Jun Peugeot Open de France France England Mark Roe
30 Jun–3 Jul Murphy's Irish Open Republic of Ireland Germany Bernhard Langer
6–9 Jul Bell's Scottish Open Scotland Scotland Carl Mason
14–17 Jul The Open Championship Scotland Zimbabwe Nick Price
21–24 Jul Heineken Dutch Open Netherlands Spain Miguel Ángel Jiménez
28–31 Jul Scandinavian Masters Sweden Fiji Vijay Singh
4–7 Aug BMW International Open Germany Zimbabwe Mark McNulty
11–14 Aug Hohe Brucke Open Austria England Mark Davis
18–21 Aug Murphy's English Open England Scotland Colin Montgomerie
25–28 Aug Volvo German Open Germany Scotland Colin Montgomerie
1–4 Sept Canon European Masters Switzerland Argentina Eduardo Romero
8–11 Sept European Open England England David Gilford
15–18 Sept Dunhill British Masters England Wales Ian Woosnam
22–25 Sept Trophée Lancôme France Fiji Vijay Singh
30 Sept–3 Oct Mercedes German Masters Germany Spain Seve Ballesteros
13–16 Oct Toyota World Match Play Championship England South Africa Ernie Els
20–23 Oct Chemapol Trophy Czech Open Czech Republic Sweden Per-Ulrik Johansson New tournament
27–30 Oct Volvo Masters Spain Germany Bernhard Langer

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 Colin Montgomerie  Scotland 1,067,807
2 Bernhard Langer  Germany 889,677
3 Seve Ballesteros  Spain 826,142
4 José María Olazábal  Spain 722,551
5 Miguel Ángel Jiménez  Spain 612,365
6 Vijay Singh  Fiji 510,039
7 David Gilford  England 457,281
8 Nick Faldo  England 449,759
9 Mark Roe  England 437,556
10 Ernie Els  South Africa 436,590

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Tour History". PGA European Tour. Archived from the original on 4 April 2010. Retrieved 21 June 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Sporting Digest: Golf". The Independent. 19 January 1994. Retrieved 7 August 2010. 

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