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Swiss Challenge (golf)

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Established  2000
Length  7,147 yards (6,535 m)
Month played  June
Tour  Challenge Tour
Par  71
Course(s)  Golf Sempachersee
Format  Stroke play
Aggregate  265 Victor Riu (2013)
Prize fund  170,000 EUR
Location  Hildisrieden, Switzerland

The Swiss Challenge is a golf tournament on the Challenge Tour, held in Switzerland.

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History

It was first played as the Credit Suisse Private Banking Open in 2000 and 2001 at the Golf Club Patriziale Ascona in Ascona. It replaced the Interlaken Open which ended after financial issues. During the course of the 2002 edition, the heavy rain led to the overflow of the Lake Maggiore and to the cancellation of the event.

Following a four-year hiatus, the tournament returned in 2006 and was held at the Wylihof Golf Club in Luterbach through 2009.

In 2010, the event moved to Golf Sempachersee in Hildisrieden.

Winners

PO – won following playoff

References

Swiss Challenge (golf) Wikipedia


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