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The Turespana Masters was a European Tour golf tournament which was played from 1992 to 2000 in several different regions of Spain. Turespana is the Spanish national tourism authority, and it sponsored several golf tournaments in the 1980s and 1990s to promote Spain's role as a major warm weather golfing holiday destination in Europe. The winners of the Turespana Masters included the major championship winners Vijay Singh and José María Olazábal. The prize fund fluctuated, but was generally below average for a European Tour event.


Year Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
BBVA Open Turespaña Masters Comunidad de Madrid
2000 Pádraig Harrington   Ireland 267 −17 2 strokes   Gary Orr
Turespaña Masters - Open Andalucía
1999 Miguel Ángel Jiménez   Spain 264 −24 4 strokes   Steve Webster
Turespaña Masters Open Baleares
1998 Miguel Ángel Jiménez   Spain 281 −9 2 strokes   Miguel Ángel Martín
Turespaña Masters Open de Canarias
1997 José María Olazábal   Spain 272 −20 2 strokes   Lee Westwood
Turespaña Masters
1996 Diego Borrego   Spain 271 −17 Playoff   Tony Johnstone
Turespaña Masters Open de Andalucía
1995 Alex Čejka   Germany 278 −6 3 strokes   Costantino Rocca
1994 Carl Mason   England 278 −10 2 strokes   José María Olazábal
1993 Andrew Oldcorn   England 285 −3 1 stroke   Eduardo Romero
1992 Vijay Singh   Fiji 277 −11 2 strokes   Gary Evans

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