Cordon Golf Open

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Cordon Golf Open
Tournament information
Location Pléneuf-Val-André, France
Established 2004
Course(s) Golf Blue Green de Pléneuf Val André
Par 70
Length 6,447 yards (5,895 m)
Tour(s) Challenge Tour (from 2007)
Format Stroke play
Prize fund 200,000
Month played September
Tournament record score
Aggregate 265 Benjamin Hébert (2014)
To par –18 Birgir Hafþórsson (2017)
Current champion
Iceland Birgir Hafþórsson

The Cordon Golf Open is an annual golf tournament held in Brittany, France. It was founded in 2004 and forms part of the French domestic Allianz Golf Tour.

Having been a stop on the satellite Alps Tour for its first three years, in 2007 it became part of the second tier Challenge Tour schedule.

Winners[edit]

Year Winner Country Score To par Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up
Cordon Golf Open
2017 Birgir Hafþórsson  Iceland 192^ −18 7 strokes England Matt Ford
Italy Andrea Pavan
2016 Álvaro Velasco  Spain 268 −12 1 stroke Germany Alexander Knappe
Sweden Oscar Stark
2015 Scott Arnold  Australia 271 −9 2 strokes Netherlands Daan Huizing
England James Robinson
Open Blue Green Côtes d'Armor Bretagne
2014 Benjamin Hébert  France 265 −15 3 strokes Scotland Andrew McArthur
2013 Andrea Pavan  Italy 269 −11 4 strokes Wales Rhys Davies
England Robert Dinwiddie
Allianz Open Côtes d'Armor Bretagne
2012 Eddie Pepperell  England 277 −3 Playoff Denmark Jeppe Huldahl
2011 Phillip Archer  England 273 −7 1 stroke Austria Roland Steiner
2010 Sam Walker  England 272 −8 1 stroke France Victor Riu
Scotland Raymond Russell
2009 Lee S. James  England 274 −6 Playoff Germany Florian Fritsch
AGF-Allianz Open Côtes d'Armor Bretagne
2008 Joakim Haeggman  Sweden 275 −5 1 stroke England Marcus Higley
Open AGF-Allianz Côtes d’Armor Bretagne
2007 Peter Baker  England 267 −13 Playoff England Ross McGowan
Year Winner Country Score To par
Open Aquarelle.com Côtes d'Armor Bretagne
2006 Julien Xanthopoulos  France 275 –13
Open International Côtes d'Armor Bretagne
2005 Nicolas Joakimides  France 278 –10
2004 Julien Millet (am)  France 272 –16

^ Weather-shortened to 54 holes

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