Indonesia Open (golf)

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Indonesia Open
Tournament information
Location Jakarta, Indonesia
Established 1974
Course(s) Pantai Indah Kapuk
Tour(s) Asian Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund $300,000
Month played November
Tournament record score
Aggregate 255 Thaworn Wiratchant (2005)
To par −25 Thaworn Wiratchant (2005)
Current champion
India Gaganjeet Bhullar

The Indonesia Open is the country's premier golf tournament and traditionally played in the capital, Jakarta.

The title sponsor from 2005 to 2010 and again in 2012 is the Jakarta government's "Enjoy Jakarta" tourism portal. From 2005 to 2009, the tournament was co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour and the European Tour.

In 2012, for the first time, it was co-sanctioned by the OneAsia Tour and the Japan Golf Tour as part of a three-year deal that boosts world ranking points for the participants. The prize fund for 2012 was US$1,000,000 and the event took place from March 22–25 at Emeralda Golf and Country Club, south of Jakarta. It was the opening event of the OneAsia Tour's 2012 season.

In 2013, it returned to the Asian Tour and moved from March to late November/early December.

Winners[edit]

Asian Tour
Year Winner Country
Bank BRI-JCB Indonesia Open
2016 Gaganjeet Bhullar  India
Bank BRI Indonesia Open
2015 No tournament
2014 Pádraig Harrington  Ireland
Indonesia Open
2013 Gaganjeet Bhullar  India
OneAsia
Year Winner Country
Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open
2012 Nick Cullen  Australia
Indonesia Open Presented By Carlsberg
2011 Thaworn Wiratchant (2)  Thailand
Indonesia Open Presented By Enjoy Jakarta
2010 Michael Hendry  New Zealand
Asian Tour and European Tour
Year Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up
Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open Presented By Carlsberg
2009 Thongchai Jaidee  Thailand 276 −12 2 strokes England Simon Dyson
Sweden Alexander Norén
England Steve Webster
Enjoy Jakarta Astro Indonesia Open
2008 Felipe Aguilar  Chile 262 −18 1 stroke India Jeev Milkha Singh
2007 Mikko Ilonen  Finland 275 −9 1 stroke India Shiv Kapur
Philippines Frankie Miñoza
Australia Andrew Tampion
Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open Presented By Carlsberg
2006 Simon Dyson  England 268 −20 2 strokes Australia Andrew Buckle
Enjoy Jakarta Standard Chartered Indonesia Open Presented By Carlsberg
2005 Thaworn Wiratchant  Thailand 255 −25 5 strokes France Raphaël Jacquelin
Asian Tour[1]
Year Winner Country
Indonesia Open
1999–2004 No tournament
1998 Craig Parry  Australia
1997 Frank Nobilo (2)  New Zealand
1996 Ed Fryatt  England
1995 José Cantero  Argentina
Pre-Asian Tour
Year Winner Country
1994 Frank Nobilo  New Zealand
1993 Gary Webb  United States
1992 No tournament
1991 Chen Liang-Shi  Taiwan
1990 Frankie Miñoza (2)  Philippines
1989 Kasiadi  Indonesia
1988 Hsieh Yu-Shu  Taiwan
1987 Wayne Smith  Australia
1986 Frankie Miñoza  Philippines
1985 Lu Chien-soon  Taiwan
1984 Terry Gale  Australia
1983 Robert Wrenn  United States
1982 Eleuterio Nival  Philippines
1981 Payne Stewart  United States
1980 Lu Hsi-chuen (2)  Taiwan
1979 Lu Hsi-chuen  Taiwan
1978 Kuo Chie-Hsiung  Taiwan
1977 Gaylord Burrows  United States
1976 Mya Aye Myanmar Burma
1975 Hsu Sen San  Taiwan
1974 Ben Arda  Philippines

List of sponsors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Indonesia Open". Indonesia Golf Association. Archived from the original on November 19, 2008. Retrieved 2009-10-03. 

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