The Glasgow Open was a European Tour golf tournament which was played annually at Haggs Castle Golf Club in Glasgow from 1983 to 1985. The most distinguished of the three winners was future World Number 1 Bernhard Langer of Germany. In 1985 the prize fund was £90,348, which was slightly below average for a European Tour event at that time.
|Course(s)||Haggs Castle Golf Club|
|Aggregate||266 Ken Brown (1984)|
|To par||−14 (as above)|
|1985||Howard Clark||England||274 (−6)||Playoff||Sandy Lyle||15,000|||
|1984||Ken Brown||Scotland||266 (−14)||11 strokes||Sam Torrance||13,330|||
|Glasgow Golf Classic|
|1983||Bernhard Langer||West Germany||274 (−6)||1 stroke||Vicente Fernández||13,330|||
In 1985 Clark beat Lyle at the second extra hole with a birdie 3.
- "Clark chips in for victory and his Ryder Cup place". The Glasgow Herald. 12 August 1985. p. 16.
- "Torrance and Lyle tidy up after Brown's clean sweep". The Glasgow Herald. 2 July 1984. p. 16.
- "Patient Langer holds off Fernandez's last challenge". The Glasgow Herald. 27 June 1983. p. 16.