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Trophee Lancome

 

The Trophee Lancome is a former golf tournament on the European Tour, played in France. ... Americans dominated the event's first decade, with wins by Arnold Palmer, Tommy Aaron, Johnny Miller (twice), Billy Casper and Lee Trevino (twice). ... Seve Ballesteros holds the tournament record with four wins. One of Seve's wins was shared with Bernhard Langer. The two were tied after four playoff holes when darkness halted play. ... David Graham was the only back-to-back winner.

First played: 1970

Last played: 2003

Also known as: Always called Trophee Lancome

Winners of the Trophee Lancome
2003 - Retief Goosen
2002 - Alex Cejka
2001 - Sergio Garcia
2000 - Retief Goosen
1999 - Pierre Fulke
1998 - Miguel Angel Jimenez
1997 - Mark O'Meara
1996 - Jesper Parnevik
1995 - Colin Montgomerie
1994 - Vijay Singh
1993 - Ian Woosnam
1992 - Mark Roe
1991 - Frank Nobilo
1990 - Jose Maria Olazabal
1989 - Eduardo Romero
1988 - Seve Ballesteros
1987 - Ian Woosnam
1986 - Seve Ballesteros and Bernhard Langer (tie)
1985 - Nick Price
1984 - Sandy Lyle
1983 - Seve Ballesteros
1982 - David Graham
1981 - David Graham
1980 - Lee Trevino
1979 - Johnny Miller
1978 - Lee Trevino
1977 - Graham Marsh
1976 - Seve Ballesteros
1975 - Gary Player
1974 - Billy Casper
1973 - Johnny Miller
1972 - Tommy Aaron
1971 - Arnold Palmer
1970 - Tony Jacklin

Golf Courses: The Trophee Lancome was always played at St. Nom La Breteche Golf Club.

 

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