1993 Challenge Tour

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The 1993 Challenge Tour was a series of golf tournaments known as the Challenge Tour, the official development tour run by the PGA European Tour. The tour was started as the Satellite Tour in 1986 and was renamed the Challenge Tour ready for the start of the 1990 season.[1]

The Challenge Tour Rankings was won by Sweden's Klas Eriksson.

Tournament schedule[edit]

The table below shows the 1993 Challenge Tour schedule.[2]

Dates Tournament Host country Winner Notes
28–31 Jan Zambia Open Zambia England Peter Harrison
4–7 Feb Kenya Open Kenya Scotland Craig Maltman
11–14 Feb Nigerian Open Nigeria Austria Gordon Manson
31 Mar – 3 Apr Tessali Open Italy Sweden Olle Nordberg
1–4 Apr Campeonato de Castilla Spain Sweden Daniel Westermark
7–10 Apr Open Jezequel France United States Charles Raulerson
14–16 Apr Collingtree Park Challenge England Republic of Ireland Kevin Morris
29 Apr – 2 May Torneo Istantilla Golf Spain Sweden Magnus Persson
6–9 May Tournoi Perrier de Paris France United States Phil Mickelson
13–16 May Open de Vittel France France Jean-Louis Guepy
13–16 May American Express Trophy Germany Germany Sven Strüver Unofficial money
20–23 May Scottish Professional Championship Scotland Scotland Sam Torrance Unofficial money
26–29 May Club Med Open Italy Sweden Klas Eriksson
27–30 May Ramlosa Open Sweden Sweden Olle Karlsson
3–6 Jun Challenge Chargeurs France Sweden Adam Mednick
3–6 Jun Siab Open Sweden Sweden Per-Ive Persson
9–11 Jun Clydesdale Bank Northern Open Scotland Scotland Kevin Stables
10–13 Jun Challenge AGF France Spain Ignacio Garrido
17–20 Jun Milano Open Italy Wales Mark Litton
17–20 Jun Team Erhverv Danish Open Denmark Denmark Christian Post
23–26 Jun Nedcar National Open Netherlands England John Woof Unofficial money
24–27 Jun Audi Quattro Trophy Germany England Jonathan Lomas
26–28 Jun Memorial Olivier Barras Switzerland Spain Francis Valera (amateur)
1–4 Jul Bank Austria Open Austria Sweden Klas Eriksson
9–11 Jul Open de Neuchâtel Switzerland Switzerland Paulo Quirici
9–11 Jul Volvo Finnish Open Finland Sweden Per Nyman
13–16 Jul Pro-Am de Leman Switzerland Spain Diego Borrego
15–18 Jul Open des Volcans France Sweden Dennis Edlund
22–25 Jul Audi Open Germany Germany Alex Čejka
23–25 Jul Interlaken Open Switzerland England Jamie Taylor
23–25 Jul Västerås Open Sweden Sweden Niclas Fasth
29 Jul – 1 Aug Corfin Charity Challenge Czech Republic England Ian Spencer
29 Jul – 1 Aug Open Ribera de Duero Spain Spain José Salgado
4–7 Aug Rolex Pro-Am Switzerland England Philip Golding
6–8 Aug Toyota Danish PGA Championship Denmark Sweden Fredrik Andersson Hed
12–15 Aug Compaq Open Sweden Sweden Niclas Fasth
19–22 Aug Open de Divonne France Sweden Fredrik Larsson
25–28 Aug Gore-Tex Challenge Scotland United States Charles Raulerson
26–29 Aug SM Matchplay Sweden Norway Per Haugsrud
27–29 Aug Finnish PGA Championship Finland Sweden Jarmo Sandelin Unofficial money
2–5 Sep Open de Dijon Bourgogne France Sweden Niclas Fasth
9–12 Sep Championnat de France Pro France France Christian Cévaër Unofficial money
17–19 Sep Perrier European Pro Am Belgium England Chris Platts Unofficial money
23–26 Sep Challenge Novotel France Sweden Klas Eriksson
26–29 Sep Diners Club Championship Austria Austria Gordon Manson Unofficial money
4–9 Oct Biarritz International Pro-Am France France Tim Planchin Unofficial money
7–10 Oct Torneo RCG de Sevilla Spain Denmark Jacob Rasmussen
13–16 Oct Perugia Open Italy England Jonathan Lomas


  1. ^ "Tour History". PGA European Tour. Archived from the original on 22 July 2010. Retrieved 2010-07-30. 
  2. ^ "Tournament Schedule". PGA European Tour. Retrieved 2010-07-30. 

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