Saint-Omer Open

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Najeti Hotels et Golfs Open
Tournament information
Location Saint-Omer, France
Established 1997
Course(s) Saint-Omer Golf Club
Par 71
Length 6,538 yards (5,978 m)
Tour(s) Challenge Tour
European Tour (2003–13)
Format Stroke play
Prize fund 200,000
Month played June
Tournament record score
Aggregate 269 Brett Rumford (2003)
To par –20 Sébastien Delagrange (2001)
Current champion
Spain Jordi García Pinto

The Saint-Omer Open is an annual men's professional golf tournament which played at Saint-Omer Golf Club in Saint-Omer, France. The tournament was founded in 1997 and was part of the MasterCard Tour a year later, before taking its place on the Challenge Tour for the 2000 season.

In 2003 it also became an official money event on the European Tour, but since it is played during the same week as the U.S. Open, one of golf's four major championships, the Tour's leading players are not available to play and as such, it has the smallest purse available on the European Tour. It was removed from the European Tour schedule in 2014 but remained on the Challenge Tour.


Year Winner Score
Najeti Hotels et Golfs Open
2014 Spain Jordi García Pinto 277 (–7)
2013 Republic of Ireland Simon Thornton 279 (−5)
Saint-Omer Open presented by Neuflize OBC
2012 South Africa Darren Fichardt 279 (−5)
2011 Australia Matthew Zions 276 (−8)
2010 Austria Martin Wiegele 277 (−7)
Saint-Omer Open
2009 Sweden Christian Nilsson 271 (−13)
2008 England David Dixon 279 (−5)
Open de Saint-Omer
2007 Spain Carl Suneson 276 (−8)
Aa St Omer Open
2006 Argentina César Monasterio 274 (−10)
2005 Sweden Joakim Bäckström 280 (−4)PO
2004 France Philippe Lima 279 (−5)
2003 Australia Brett Rumford 269 (−15)
2002 Belgium Nicolas Vanhootegem 277 (−7)
2001 France Sébastien Delagrange 272 (−20)
2000 France Pascal Edmond 274 (−18)
1999 Scotland Alastair Forsyth
1998 England Shaun Webster
1997 France Cédric Hoffstetter

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