Acorn Jersey Open

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The Acorn Jersey Open was a men's senior (over 50) professional golf tournament on the European Senior Tour. It was held, under a number of different titles, from 1996 to 2010, before being played in 2015 and 2016 as the Acorn Jersey Open. It has always been played at La Moye Golf Club in Jersey. It indirectly replaced the Jersey Open, an event on the main European Tour which was staged at the same venue from 1978 to 1995.

Acorn Jersey Open
Tournament information
LocationJersey
Established1996
Course(s)La Moye Golf Club
Tour(s)European Senior Tour
Final year2016
Current champion
Gordon Manson
La Moye Golf Club is located in Jersey
La Moye Golf Club
La Moye Golf Club
Location in Jersey

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Country Score To par Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up
Acorn Jersey Open
2016 Gordon Manson   Austria 206 −10 Playoff   Gary Wolstenholme
  Ian Woosnam
2015 Peter Fowler   Australia 209 −7 1 stroke   Anders Forsbrand
2011–14: No tournament
Matrix Jersey Classic
2010 Gordon Brand Jnr   Scotland 201 −15 5 strokes   Bobby Lincoln
  Carl Mason
Jersey Seniors Classic
2009 Delroy Cambridge (2)   Jamaica 207 −9 Playoff   Mike Clayton
2008 Tony Johnstone   Zimbabwe 213 −3 2 strokes   Gordon J. Brand
  Ross Drummond
  Ángel Franco
  Bertus Smit
2007 Bobby Lincoln   South Africa 205 −11 2 strokes   Bill Longmuir
Irvine Whitlock Seniors Classic
2006 Guillermo Encina   Chile 209 −7 3 strokes   Rex Caldwell
  Simon Owen
  Alan Tapie
2005 Sam Torrance   Scotland 205 −11 4 strokes   David J. Russell
Irvine Whitlock Jersey Seniors Classic
2004 Jim Rhodes   England 205 −11 3 strokes   John Chillas
2003 Malcolm Gregson   England 203 −13 3 strokes   Bob Cameron
Microlease Jersey Seniors Masters
2002 Delroy Cambridge   Jamaica 205 −11 2 strokes   Tommy Horton
  Ian Mosey
2001 Seiji Ebihara   Japan 213 −3 Playoff   Delroy Cambridge
  Denis Durnian
Microlease Jersey Seniors Open
2000 Neil Coles   England 207 −9 3 strokes   Jerry Bruner
Jersey Seniors Open
1999 David Jones   Northern Ireland 208 −8 2 strokes   Paul Leonard
  Jim Rhodes
1998 Bob Shearer   Australia 211 −5 2 strokes   Tony Jacklin
1997 Tommy Horton   England 204 −12 6 strokes   Craig Defoy
Hippo Jersey Seniors
1996 Maurice Bembridge   England 202 −14 7 strokes   Roberto Bernardini
  Alberto Croce
  David Huish
  Vincent Tshabalala

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