European Golf Tour
€1,000,000 M2M Russian Open Field
Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club
Par 72 - 7491 Yards
Moscow Region, Russia
Jul 25 - Jul 28, 2013
 
Bjorn Akesson
Matthew Baldwin
Oliver Bekker
Vasily Belov (a)
Gaganjeet Bhullar
Richard Bland
Daniel Brooks
Alessio Bruschi
Michael Campbell
Jorge Campillo
Magnus A. Carlsson
S.S.P. Chowrasia
Luis Claverie
Javier Colomo
Rodolphe De Heer (a)
Carlos Del Moral
Matteo DelPodio
Chris Doak
Jack Doherty
Alan Dunbar
Simon Dyson
Jamie Elson
Klas Eriksson
Peter Erofejeff
Jorge Fernandez Valdes
James Ferraby
Richard Finch
Tommy Fleetwood
Nils Floren
Oscar Floren
Alastair Forsyth
Mark Foster
Petr Gal, Jr.
Sebi Garcia
Daniel Gaunt
Jean-Baptiste Gonnet
Pavel Goryainov (a)
Peter Gustafsson
JB Hansen
Soren Hansen
Andreas Harto
Gregory Havret
Peter Hedblom
Scott Hend
Scott Henry
David Higgins
Michael Hoey
David Horsey
Lasse Jensen
Yevgeny Kafelnikov
Alexandre Kaleka
Shiv Kapur
Rikard Karlberg
James Kingston
Soren Kjeldsen
Alex Kleszcz (a)
Espen Kofstad
Mikko Korhonen
Maarten Lafeber
Joakim Lagergren
Anirban Lahiri
Moritz Lampert
Craig Lee
Alexander Levy
Tom Lewis
Wen-Chong Liang
Konstantine Lifanov
Sam Little
Chris Lloyd
Gary Lockerbie
Mikael Lundberg
Callum Macaulay
Morten Orum Madsen
Andrew Marshall
Pablo Martin Benavides
Miguel Martinez
Jurgen Maurer
Richard McEvoy
Damien McGrane
Prom Meesawat
Mikhail Morozov (a)
James Morrison
Mark Nichols
Matthew Nixon
Vladimir Osipov
Chris Paisley
Andrey Pavlov
Terry Pilkadaris
Nikita Ponomarev (a)
Haydn Porteous
Phillip Price
Robert Rock
Jake Roos
Jarmo Sandelin
Gareth Shaw
Jeev Milkha Singh
Jack Singh Brar (a)
Joel Sjoholm
Anthony Snobeck
Matthew Southgate
Carl Suneson
Alessandro Tadini
Mark Tullo
Tjaart van der Walt
Simon Wakefield
Justin Walters
Romain Wattel
Martin Wiegele
 
NOTES
This is the first time this tournament will be played since 2008...In 2008, for the second time in four years, Mikael Lundberg won the Russian Open. Lundberg carded rounds of 67-64-68-68 at Le Meridien Moscow Country Club to pick up a 2-stroke win over Jose Manuel Lara. He completed his second tour title at 21-under-par 267...Tseleevo Golf & Polo Club will host the event. The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and opened for play in 2007.