The Tunisian Open was a men's professional golf tournament which was part of the European Tour's official schedule from 1982 to 1985. It was the European Tour's first venture outside Europe. The Moroccan Open was also on the Tour's schedule for a time, but since 2001 the tour has departed from North Africa to focus its international expansion on the established golf markets of Australasia and South Africa and the rapidly emerging Asian market. In 1985 the prize fund was £70,000, which was the third smallest in a European Tour official money event that season.
|1985||Stephen Bennett||England||285||−3||Playoff||Paul Way|
|1984||Sam Torrance||Scotland||282||−6||1 stroke||Brian Waites|
|1983||Mark James||England||284||−4||2 strokes|| Gordon Brand, Jnr|
Gordon J. Brand
|1982||Antonio Garrido||Spain||286||−2||Playoff||Manuel Calero|
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