French Senior Open

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Open de France Senior de Divonne
Tournament information
Location Divonne-les-Bains, France (2007)
Established 1994
Course(s) Golf de Divonne-les-Bains (2007)
Tour(s) European Senior Tour
Final year 2007
Final champion
Juan Quirós
French Senior Open is located in France
Golf d'Omaha Beach
Golf d'Omaha Beach
Golf de Divonne-les-Bains
Golf de Divonne-les-Bains
Golf de Joyenval
Golf de Joyenval
Pau Golf Club
Pau Golf Club
Locations in France

The French Senior Open (or Open de France Senior) was a senior (over 50s) men's professional golf tournament on the European Senior Tour. In 1994 and 2004 it was played at Golf d'Omaha Beach, Port-en-Bessin, Normandy, in 1998 and 1999 it was played at Pau Golf Club, Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, in 2000 it was played at Golf de Joyenval, Chambourcy near Paris and in 2007 at Golf de Divonne-les-Bains in Divonne-les-Bains, ten miles north of Geneva. The prize fund was 200,000 in 2004 and €325,000 in 2007.


Year Winner Country Venue Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner-up Ref
Open de France Senior de Divonne
2007 Juan Quirós  Spain Divonne-les-Bains 208 −8 1 stroke England Tony Allen [1]
2005–06: No tournament
Open de France Seniors
2004 Bob Cameron  England Omaha Beach 210 −6 3 strokes England David J Russell [2]
2001–03: No tournament
TotalFina Elf Seniors Open
2000 Nick Job  England Joyenval 209 −7 2 strokes Japan Seiji Ebihara [3]
Elf Seniors Open
1999 Alan Tapie  United States Pau 200 −10 3 strokes Republic of Ireland Liam Higgins
Scotland John McTear
1998 Brian Waites  England Pau 195 −12 4 strokes Republic of Ireland Denis O'Sullivan [5]
1995–97: No tournament
D Day Seniors Open
1994 Brian Waites  England Omaha Beach 206 −10 6 strokes Spain Antonio Garrido [6]


  1. ^ "Open de France Senior de Divonne 2007". 
  2. ^ "Open de France Seniors 2004". 
  3. ^ "TotalFina Elf Seniors Open 2000". 
  4. ^ "Elf Seniors Open 1999". 
  5. ^ "Elf Seniors Open 1998". 
  6. ^ "D Day Seniors Open 1994".