|Course(s)||Golf de Joyenval|
|Length||6,729 yards (6,153 m)|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||271 John Parry (2010)|
|To par||−17 John Parry (2010)|
The Vivendi Cup was a one-off European Tour golf tournament which was played from 23 to 26 September 2010 at Golf de Joyenval, Chambourcy near Paris in France. The Vivendi Cup was a 72-hole stroke play tournament, with the first 36 holes played as a team Pro-Am event involving one professional and one amateur over the Retz and Marly Courses at Golf de Joyenval, both designed by Robert Trent Jones. The sponsors for the event were Canal+ and Vivendi.
|2010||John Parry||England||271||−17||2 strokes||Johan Edfors|
- "Vivendi Cup heads for Golf de Joyenval in Paris". European Tour. Retrieved 12 April 2010.
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