A three-year agreement was signed by Volvo, China Golf Association and Richtone Worldwide. to jointly run Volvo China Open.
The inaugural Volvo China Open was staged at Beijing with a prize fund of $400,000.
The first live TV broadcast of professional golf tournament by a mainland TV station, Beijing TV.
Officials from R&A visited Mainland China for the first time during the 2nd Volvo China Open.
Cheng Jun made history as the first local Chinese golfer to win the Volvo China Open
Volvo China Open moved to Mid China for the first time, was staged in Shanghai.
A ten-year agreement was signed by Volvo, China Golf Association and Richtone Worldwide.
The prize fund raised to $500,000.
China‘s number one golfer Zhang Lianwei won the Volvo China Open title.
Volvo China Open joined European Tour in its 10th anniversary, was staged as a co-sanction event of European and Asian Tour, with the prize money bumped up to USD 1 million.
Volvo China Open moved to Southern China for the first time, was held at Shenzhen with prize fund bumped up to USD1.3 million.
The first year of Volvo China Open Qualifying.
he inaugural Volvo China Junior Championship was held in Beijing.
The Volvo China Open returned to Beijing for the first time after 9 years.
The prize fund reached USD1.8 million.
The first international qualifying tournament competed in Hong Kong.
The “Rong Gao Tang Award” was established and first presented to Cheng Jun and Zhang Lianwei.
The winner of Boy’s Group A of Volvo China Junior Championship would automatically qualify for Volvo China Open in the following year.
The prize fund was raised again to a new record of $2.2 million.
Volvo China Open moved to Jiangsu Province for the first time. The prize fund was bumped up again to a historic record of $2,500,000.
Volvo Event Management has taken over as promoter of the Volvo China Open from Richtone Worldwide.
Volvo China Open moved to Southwest China for the first time, held at Chengdu, Sichuan Province.
A prize fund of RMB20 million (converts to about 3 million dollars) represented a 20% increase to a record high.
Volvo China Open moved to Tianjin for the first time.
The Volvo China Junior Championship changed name to Volvo China Junior Match Play Championship
The historic 20th Anniversary of Volvo China Open was staged in Shenzhen.
Wu Ashun made a history at Volvo China Open in Shanghai, becoming the first Chinse Player who win a European Tour event on home soil.
Volvo China Open returned back to its birth place Beijing after seven years.
20-year-old local hero Li Haotong become the fourth Chinese winner, also the youngest champion ever in the history of Volvo China Open.
Frenchman Alexander Levy won the Volvo China Open and becoming the first two-time winner in the event’s history.
Volvo China Open is tri-sanctioned by the China Golf Association, the European Tour and the Asia Tour.
Mitime Golf became the co-promoter of Volvo China Open with Volvo.
Alexander Bjork became the first Swedish winner in Volvo China Open’s 24-year history.
Volvo China Open enter its 25th year anniversary.