|Course(s)||Golf de Biarritz (1988)
La Grande-Motte (1989–90)
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||258 David Llewellyn (1988)|
|To par||−14 David Llewellyn (1988)|
The AGF Open was a European Tour golf tournament which was played in France from 1988 to 1990. The first event was held at Biarritz Golf Club and the other two at Golf de La Grande-Motte, near Montpellier. The most notable of the three winners was future European Ryder Cup captain Mark James of England. In 1990 the prize fund was £201,358, which was one of the smaller purses on the European Tour that year.
In 1988, David Llewellyn set a new European Tour record 72-hole aggregate of 258, surpassing the 259 set by Mark McNulty at the German Open in 1987. The record was equalled in 1990 by Ian Woosnam at the Monte Carlo Open.
|1990||La Grande Motte GC||Brett Ogle||Australia||278 (−10)||3 strokes||Paul Curry||England|||
|1989||La Grande Motte GC||Mark James||England||277 (−11)||3 strokes||Mark Mouland||Wales|||
|AGF Biarritz Open|
|1988||Biarritz GC||David Llewellyn||Wales||258 (−14)||7 strokes||Christy O'Connor Jnr||Ireland|||
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