Casio World Open

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Casio World Open
Tournament information
Location Geisei, Kōchi, Japan
Established 1981
Course(s) Kochi Kuroshio CC (2005–)
Ibusuki GC (1981–2004)
Par 72
Length 7,315 yards (6,689 m)
Tour(s) Japan Golf Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund ¥200 million
Month played November
Tournament record score
Aggregate 264 Kiyoshi Murota (2001)
264 Katsumune Imai (2003)
To par −24 as above
Current champion
South Korea Hwang Jung-gon

The Casio World Open (カシオワールドオープンゴルフトーナメント Kashio wārudo ōpun gorufu tōnamento?) is an annual event on the Japan Golf Tour. It is played in November and attracts some of the leading international golfers. It was founded and was played at the Ibusuki Golf Club, Kaimon Course in Ibusuki, Kagoshima from 1981 to 2004. In 2005, it moved to the Kochi Kuroshio Country Club in Geisei, Kōchi.

The event is organized by Casio, Kuroshio Kanko Kaihatsu and TV Kochi.

Winners[edit]

Year Champion Country Score To par
2015 Hwang Jung-gon (2)  South Korea 273 −15
2014 Shingo Katayama  Japan 271 −17
2013 Hideki Matsuyama  Japan 276 −12
2012 Hwang Jung-gon  South Korea 269 −19
2011 Tadahiro Takayama  Japan 273 −15
2010 Michio Matsumura  Japan 275 −13
2009 Koumei Oda (2)  Japan 267 −21
2008 Koumei Oda  Japan 277 −11
2007 Taichi Teshima  Japan 275 −13
2006 Jeev Milkha Singh  India 272 −16
2005 Toru Taniguchi  Japan 277 −11
2004 David Smail (2)  New Zealand 276 −12
2003 Katsumune Imai  Japan 264 −24
2002 David Smail  New Zealand 200 −16
2001 Kiyoshi Murota  Japan 264 −24
2000 Toru Suzuki  Japan 267 −21
1999 Tsuyoshi Yoneyama  Japan 274 −14
1998 Brian Watts  United States 274 −14
1997 Mitsutaka Kusakabe  Japan 278 −10
1996 Paul Stankowski  United States 277 −11
1995 Seiki Okuda  Japan 274 −14
1994 Robert Gamez  United States 271 −17
1993 Tom Lehman  United States 274 −14
1992 Isao Aoki (2)  Japan 277 −11
1991 Naomichi Ozaki  Japan 270 −18
1990 Mike Reid  United States 274 −14
1989 Isao Aoki  Japan 274 −14
1988 Larry Mize  United States 284 −4
1987 David Ishii  United States 276 −12
1986 Scott Hoch (2)  United States 276 −12
1985 Hubert Green  United States 289 +1
1984 Sandy Lyle  Scotland 279 −9
1983 Bernhard Langer  West Germany 287 −1
1982 Scott Hoch  United States 282 −6
1981 Lee Trevino  United States 275 −13

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