Gaëtan Mourgue D'Algue
Gaëtan Mourgue D'Algue (born 1 June 1939), resident of Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche, France, who helped popularize the then little played sport of golf in the country during the early 1960s. By convincing Pierre Menet to establish the Trophée Lancôme, he hoped to entice the world's best players to come to Saint-Nom and compete in prominent international tournaments.
He also won the Biarritz Cup twice, in 1957 and in 1961.
- St Andrews Trophy (representing the Continent of Europe): 1962, 1964, 1966, 1968
- Eisenhower Trophy (representing France): 1964, 1966, 1968
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