Open de Andalucía
|Course(s)||Aloha Golf Club|
|Length||6,881 yards (6,292 m)|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||263 Louis Oosthuizen (2010)|
|To par||−20 Lee Westwood (2007)|
Between 1992 and 1995, and again in 1999, former European Tour event, the Turespana Masters, was held in the Andalusia region and titled as the Turespana Masters Open de Andalucia, with winners including future major champion and World Number 1 Vijay Singh, and local favourite Miguel Ángel Jiménez.
This incarnation of the Open de Andalucia owes its origins indirectly to the PGA Tour's decision to reschedule The Players Championship from March to May. In response, the European Tour decided to move the British Masters, which is one of its higher profile tournaments, from that same week in May to a September slot when more top players would be available. The Valle Romano Open de Andalucia was created to fill the gap in the schedule this move created. It has been promoted by the personal companies of the Spanish European Tour members Miguel Ángel Jiménez and Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño.
At the 2009 Open de Andalucia, European Ryder Cup veteran Colin Montgomerie became the 18th player to reach the 500 appearance mark on the European Tour. He started the tournament impressively with a five under par 67, for a share of second place after the first round. His challenge faded however, and he finished tied for 31st place at level-par, 14 strokes behind the winner, Søren Kjeldsen of Denmark. Kjeldsen had broken the course record with a 10-under-par 62 on Saturday to move into the lead, and a level-par final round of 72 on Sunday was enough to see off the challenge of Scot David Drysdale by three strokes.
|Open de Andalucía de Costa del Sol|
|2012||Julien Quesne||France||Aloha Golf Club||271||−17||2 strokes||Matteo Manassero|
|Open de Andalucía de Golf by Turkish Airlines|
|2011||Paul Lawrie||Scotland||Parador de Málaga Golf||268||−12||1 stroke||Johan Edfors|
|Open de Andalucia de Golf|
|2010||Louis Oosthuizen||South Africa||Parador de Málaga Golf||263||−17||3 strokes|| Richard Finch
|Open de Andalucía|
|2009||Søren Kjeldsen||Denmark||Real Club de Golf de Sevilla||274||−14||3 strokes||David Drysdale|
|MAPFRE Open de Andalucía by Valle Romano|
|2008||Thomas Levet||France||Aloha Golf Club||272||−16||Playoff (1 hole)||Oliver Fisher|
|Valle Romano Open de Andalucia|
|2007||Lee Westwood||England||Aloha Golf Club||268||−20||2 strokes|| Fredrik Andersson Hed