1991 Challenge Tour

The 1991 Challenge Tour was a series of golf tournaments known as the Challenge Tour, the official development tour run by the PGA European Tour. The tour was started as the Satellite Tour in 1986 and was renamed the Challenge Tour ready for the start of the 1990 season.[1]

The Challenge Tour Rankings was won by England's David R. Jones.

Tournament schedule

The table below shows the 1991 Challenge Tour schedule.[2]

DatesTournamentHost countryWinnerNotes
69 Dec Nigerian Open Nigeria England Wayne Stephens
1316 Dec Ivory Coast Open Ivory Coast Wales David Llewellyn
1720 Jan Zimbabwe Open Zimbabwe England Keith Waters
1720 Jan Zambia Open Zambia England David R. Jones
2427 Jan Kenya Open Kenya England Jeremy Robinson
36 Apr Tessali Open Italy France Eric Giraud
912 May Milano Open Italy France Jean Charles Cambon
1517 May Clydesdale Bank Northern Open Scotland England Craig Cassels Unofficial money
1619 May Ramlösa Open Sweden Sweden Fredrik Larsson
2123 May Prince's Challenge England England Ian Spencer
2326 May Siab Open Sweden England Jon Evans
2830 May Bolton Old Links Challenge England England Stephen Field
30 May2 Jun Open de Dijon Bourgogne France Sweden Mikael Krantz
31 May2 Jun Jede Hot Cup Sweden Sweden Mats Hallberg
46 Jun Cawder Challenge Scotland Wales Neil Roderick
58 Jun Cerutti Open Italy England Jonathan Sewell
69 Jun Open de Vittel France England Chris Platts
69 Jun Teleannons Grand Prix Sweden Sweden Jan Tilmanis Unofficial money
1215 Jun Open de Lyon France Republic of Ireland John McHenry
1416 Jun Stiga Open Sweden Sweden Mats Hallberg
1922 Jun Martini Open Italy South Africa John Bland
2123 Jun Formula Micro Open Denmark Sweden Peter Hedblom
2730 Jun Audi Quattro Trophy Germany Germany Alex Čejka
57 Jul Neuchâtel Open Switzerland Germany Heinz Peter Thül Unofficial money
1214 Jul Volvo Open Finland Sweden Fredrik Larsson
1619 Jul Moet & Chandon Pro-Am Switzerland France Christophe Lacroix Unofficial money
1821 Jul SM Match Play Sweden Sweden Mathias Grönberg
14 Aug Audi Open Germany England Paul Eales
811 Aug Länsförsäkringar Open Sweden Sweden Johan Ryström
1518 Aug Gefle Open Sweden Sweden Mats Lanner
2124 Aug Rolex Pro-Am Switzerland England David R. Jones Unofficial money
29 Aug1 Sept Compaq Open Sweden England Jonathan Sewell
58 Sept Västerås Open Sweden Sweden Vilhelm Forsbrand
68 Sept 2nd Perrier Belgian Pro-Am Belgium England George Ryall Unofficial money
1316 Sept Uppsala Golf International Sweden Sweden Peter Hedblom
1922 Sept Viking Open Sweden Argentina José Cantero
36 Oct Grenoble Pro 91 France England Roger Winchester
712 Oct Bulles Laurent Perrier France France Roger Sabarros


  1. "Tour History". PGA European Tour. Archived from the original on 22 July 2010. Retrieved 2010-07-30.
  2. "Tournament Schedule". PGA European Tour. Retrieved 2010-07-30.

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