Zambia Open

Zambia Open
Tournament information
Location Chingola, Zambia
Established 1972
Course(s) Nchanga Golf Club
Tour(s) Sunshine Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund R 2,000,000
Month played June
Tournament record score
Aggregate 270 Marc Cayeux (2002)
72 holes
202 Adilson da Silva (2010)
54 holes
Current champion
South Africa Jaco Ahlers

The Zambia Open is a men's professional golf tournament played in Zambia, that has been part of the Sunshine Tour since 1996, and was co-sanctioned by the European based Challenge Tour from 2001 to 2004. It was also an event on the Challenge Tour between 1991 and 1993, having previously part of the now defunct Safari Tour.

Lusaka Golf Club has traditionally hosted the Zambia Open, but in 2005 a disagreement with the then sponsors, Stanbic, resulted in the cancellation of the tournament, with a new venue being found for the following year.[1] Under a new sponsorship agreement, the 2008 tournament was held at Chainama Hills Golf Club for the first time, with a prize fund of 750,000 rand. From 2006 to 2010, it was contested as a 54 hole tournament. In 2011, it returned to being played over four rounds, 72 holes.

Former winners include 1991 Masters Tournament champion Ian Woosnam and fellow European Ryder Cup players Christy O'Connor Jnr, Sam Torrance, Gordon J Brand, Tommy Horton and Brian Barnes.


KCM Zambia Open
2016 Nchanga South Africa Jaco Ahlers 271
Mopani/Redpath Zambia Open
2015 Nkana England Ross McGowan 275
Mopani Copper Mines Zambia Open
2014 Nkana South Africa Wallie Coetsee 273
Zambia Sugar Open
2013 Lusaka Brazil Adilson da Silva 281
Indo Zambia Bank Zambia Open
2012 Lusaka South Africa Justin Harding 280
Zambia Open
2011 Nchanga South Africa Doug McGuigan 272
2010 Ndola Brazil Adilson da Silva 202
2009 Ndola South Africa Jbe' Kruger 204
Chainama Hills Zambia Open
2008 Chainama Hills South Africa Tyrone Ferreira 208
Finance Bank Zambia Open
2007 Ndola South Africa Steve Basson 206
Stanbic Zambia Open
2006 Nchanga South Africa Steve Basson 207
2005 No tournament
2004 Lusaka South Africa Michael Kirk 274
2003 Lusaka Sweden Johan Edfors 206
2002 Lusaka Zimbabwe Marc Cayeux 270
2001 Lusaka England Mark Foster 278
2000 Lusaka Republic of Ireland James Loughnane 274
Zambia Open
1999 No tournament
1998 Lusaka Zimbabwe Marc Cayeux 273
1997 Lusaka Republic of Ireland James Loughnane 273
1996 Ndola South Africa Desvonde Botes 208
1993 Lusaka England Peter Harrison 283
1992 Lusaka England Jeremy Robinson 284
1991 Lusaka England David R. Jones 285
1990 England Gordon J Brand
1989 Lusaka Scotland Craig Maltman 215
1988 Lusaka Wales David Llewellyn 280
1987 Lusaka England Paul Carrigill 285
1986 Lusaka England Gary Cullen 282
1985 Lusaka Wales Ian Woosnam 282
1984 Lusaka England Carl Mason 280
1983 Lusaka United States Bill Calfee 280
1982 Lusaka England Brian Waites 276
1981 Lusaka Scotland Brian Barnes 276
1980 Lusaka Scotland Ewen Murray 282
1979 Ndola Scotland Brian Barnes 280
1978 Lusaka England Peter Townsend 274
1977 Ndola England Tommy Horton 284
1976 Lusaka England Peter Cowen 286
1975 Ndola Scotland Sam Torrance 280
1974 Mufulira Republic of Ireland Christy O'Connor Jnr 282
1973 Lusaka Wales Craig Defoy 281
1972 Ndola Wales Craig Defoy 272


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