Costa Rica Open
|Course(s)||Cariari Country Club|
|Tour(s)||Tour de las Americas
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||275 Miguel Rodríguez (2007)|
|To par||-9 (as above)|
The Costa Rica Open is a men's professional golf tournament that was played annually in Costa Rica until 2007. It was an event on the Tour de las Americas from 2002 until its replacement by the Costa Rica Golf Classic in 2008, and was also co-sanctioned by the European Challenge Tour from 2003.
The tournament was held at the Cariari Country Club near San José every year except in 2004 when it was played over the Valle del Sol Golf Course near Santa Ana. The 2006 event was renamed in order to pay tribute to the tournaments founder and promoter, Kai Fieberg, who had been killed in a car accident earlier in the year.
|Kai Fieberg Costa Rica Open|
|2007||Cariari Country Club||Miguel Rodríguez||275 (-9)|
|2006||Cariari Country Club||Johan Axgren||277 (-7)PO|
|Costa Rica Open 2005 American Express presented by BETonSPORTS.com|
|2005||Cariari Country Club||Kyle Dobbs||280 (-4)PO|
|Costa Rica Open|
|2004||Valle del Sol Golf Course||Alessandro Tadini||278 (-6)PO|
|Costa Rica Open presented by Credomatic MasterCard|
|2003||Cariari Country Club||Sebastián Fernández||278 (-6)PO|
|American Express Costa Rica Open|
|2002||Cariari Country Club||Rafael Gómez||289 (+5)PO|
PO - Won after play-off
- "Costa Rica Open 2006 Pays Posthumous Tribute to Kai Fieberg". insidecostarica.com. January 19, 2006. Retrieved 2008-12-09.