|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||270 Ronan Rafferty (1990)
270 Frank Nobilo (1988)
|To par||−18 Ronan Rafferty (1990)|
The PLM Open was a golf tournament that was played in Sweden until 1990. Founded in 1983, it was a European Tour event from 1986, and in its final year it had a prize fund of £356,930, which was mid-range for a European Tour event at that time. In 1991, the tournament was merged with the Scandinavian Enterprise Open, with the resultant tournament being called the Scandinavian Masters.
The PLM Open should not be confused with the KLM Open, which is a sponsored name of the Dutch Open.
|1990||Ronan Rafferty||Northern Ireland||270||−18||4 strokes||Vijay Singh|
|1989||Mike Harwood||Australia||271||−13||1 stroke||Peter Senior|
|1988||Frank Nobilo||New Zealand||270||−10||1 stroke||Howard Clark|
|1987||Howard Clark||England||271||−17||2 strokes||Ossie Moore|
|1986||Peter Senior||Australia||273||−11||2 strokes||Mats Lanner|
- Prior to European Tour sanctioning
- "International Tour Events". Svenska Golfförbundet. Retrieved 2008-11-17.
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