Scandinavian Enterprise Open
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|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||268 Craig Stadler (1990)
268 Ronan Rafferty (1989)
|To par||−20 (as above)|
|1990||Craig Stadler||268 (−20)|
|1989||Ronan Rafferty||268 (−20)|
|1988||Seve Ballesteros||270 (−18)|
|1987||Gordon Brand Jnr||277 (−11)PO|
|1986||Greg Turner||270 (−18)PO|
|1985||Ian Baker-Finch||274 (−14)|
|1984||Ian Woosnam||280 (−4)|
|1983||Sam Torrance||280 (−8)|
|1982||Bob Byman||275 (−9)|
|1981||Seve Ballesteros||273 (−11)|
|1980||Greg Norman||276 (−12)|
|1979||Sandy Lyle||276 (−12)|
|1978||Seve Ballesteros||279 (−9)|
|1977||Bob Byman||275 (−13)|
|1976||Hugh Baiocchi||271 (−17)|
|1975||George Burns||279 (−5)PO|
|1974||Tony Jacklin||279 (−5)|
|1973||Bob Charles||278 (−10)|
- 1973: Bob Charles wins the inaugural edition of the tournament. He finishes two shots ahead of Tony Jacklin, Headley Muscroft, and Vin Baker.
- 1974: Tony Jacklin wins by 11 shots over José Maria Cañizares despite his shooting a final round 75.
- 1977: Seve Ballesteros is struck by lightning on the 14th fairway during the second round of play. He escaped major injury and continued playing. Earlier in the same day Ballesteros got in a rules dispute when Lon Hinkle accused him of marking his ball incorrectly.
- 1987: Magnus Persson's attempt to become the Scandinavian Enterprise Open's first Swedish winner is foiled when Gordon Brand Jnr defeats him on the first hole of a sudden death playoff.
- 1988: Seve Ballesteros wins the Scandinavian Open for a third time. He finishes five ahead of Gerry Taylor.
- 1990: Craig Stadler shoots a final round 61 to win the last edition of the tournament. He finishes four shots ahead of Craig Parry.