Madrid Masters (golf)

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Bankia Madrid Masters
Tournament information
LocationAlcalá de Henares, Spain
Course(s)El Encín Golf Hotel
Length7,561 yards (6,914 m)
Tour(s)European Tour
FormatStroke play
Prize fund1,000,000
Month playedOctober
Final year2011
Tournament record score
Aggregate263 Ross McGowan (2009)
To par−25 (as above)
Final champion
England Lee Slattery

The Bankia Madrid Masters was a European Tour golf tournament that was held for the first time in October 2008, taking the slot formerly used by the Open de Madrid. The 2011 event was held at the El Encín Golf Hotel. In 2011, it was sponsored by the Spanish banking group, Bankia. Bankia's financial problems resulted in the 2012 tournament being cancelled.


Year Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner-up Winner's
share ()
Bankia Madrid Masters
2011 Lee Slattery  England 273 −15 1 stroke Italy Lorenzo Gagli 166,660
Madrid Masters
2010 Luke Donald  England 267 −21 1 stroke Wales Rhys Davies 250,000
2009 Ross McGowan  England 263 −25 3 strokes Finland Mikko Ilonen 250,000
2008 Charl Schwartzel  South Africa 265 −19 3 strokes Argentina Ricardo González 166,660

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