Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open
The Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open (アジアパシフィック・パナソニックオープン Ajia pashifikku panasonikku ōpun?) was a golf tournament for male golfers on the Japan Golf Tour and Asian Tour. Hosted by Panasonic, Asia Pacific Golf Confederation and Japan Golf Association, the event took place for the first time in September 2008 at Ibaraki Country Club in Ibaraki, Osaka, Japan.
Because of the APGC involvement, the top 10 countries in the Asia-Pacific Teams Championship send a player to the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open.
|2013||26–29 Sep||Masahiro Kawamura||Japan||275 (−9)||Ibaraki Country Club||150,000,000||30,000,000|
|2012||20–23 Sep||Masanori Kobayashi||Japan||267 (−17)||Higashi Hirono Golf Club||150,000,000||30,000,000|
|2011||22–25 Sep||Tetsuji Hiratsuka||Japan||276 (−8)||Biwako Country Club||150,000,000||30,000,000|
|2010||23–26 Sep||Brendan Jones||Australia||207 (−6)||Rokko Kokusai Golf Club (East Course)||150,000,000||30,000,000|
|2009||24–27 Sep||Daisuke Maruyama||Japan||276 (−8)||Jyoyo Country Club||150,000,000||30,000,000|
|2008||25–28 Sep||Hideto Tanihara||Japan||264 (−16)||Ibaraki Country Club||200,000,000||40,000,000|
Note: 2010 tournament was reduced to 54 holes after inclement weather on Thursday
- Official website
- Coverage on the Japan Golf Tour's official site
- Coverage on the Asian Tour's official site