Benson & Hedges International Open
The Benson & Hedges International Open was a men's professional golf tournament which was played in England. It was founded in 1971 and for its first five years it was called the Benson & Hedges Festival of Golf. It was sponsored by Benson & Hedges, a cigarette company. It was part of the European Tour's annual schedule from the tour's first season in 1972 until the tournament ceased in 2003, following the introduction of a ban on tobacco advertising and sponsorship of sporting events by the British government. The prize fund for the final edition of the tournament was €1,596,861, which was mid-range for a European Tour event at the time.
|Aggregate||266 Vicente Fernández (1975)|
|To par||−18 Vicente Fernández (1975)|
−18 Sam Torrance (1984)
- European Tour event (1972–2003)
- Pre-European Tour (1971)
|1971||Tony Jacklin||England||Fulford Golf Club||279||−5||Playoff||Peter Butler|||
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