RIZAP KBC Augusta

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KBC Augista
Tournament information
Location Itoshima, Fukuoka
Established 1973
Course(s) Keya Golf Club
Par 72
Length 7,150 yards (6,540 m)
Tour(s) Japan Golf Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund ¥110 million
Month played August
Tournament record score
Aggregate 264 Toshimitsu Izawa (2005)
To par −22 Isao Aoki (1973)
−22 Masashi Ozaki (1997)
−22 Hideto Tanihara (2010)
−22 Bae Sang-moon (2011)
Current champion
Japan Hiroyuki Fujita

The RIZAP KBC Augusta is an annual golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. The title sponsor is the Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting. The tournament was first played in 1973 and is held in August. The event's venue since 1992 is the Keya Golf Club in Itoshima, Fukuoka. The 2014 purse was ¥110,000,000, with ¥22,000,000 going to the winner. The tournament records are 264 (aggregate) set by Toshimitsu Izawa in 2005 and –22 (to par) set by Isao Aoki in 1973, Masashi Ozaki in 1997, Hideto Tanihara in 2010 and Bae Sang-moon in 2011.

Winners[edit]

Year Winner Country
RIZAP KBC Augusta
2015 27–30 Aug
RZ Everlasting KBC Augusta
2014 Hiroyuki Fujita  Japan
Vana H Cup KBC Augusta
2013 Park Sung-joon  South Korea
2012 Kim Hyung-sung  South Korea
2011 Bae Sang-moon  South Korea
2010 Hideto Tanihara  Japan
2009 Yuta Ikeda  Japan
2008 Shintaro Kai  Japan
KBC Augusta
2007 Katsumasa Miyamoto  Japan
Under Armour KBC Augusta
2006 Taichi Teshima  Japan
2005 Toshimitsu Izawa  Japan
Hisamitsu-KBC Augusta
2004 Steven Conran  Australia
2003 Soushi Tajima  Japan
2002 Nobumitsu Yuhara  Japan
2001 Takenori Hiraishi  Japan
2000 Toshimitsu Izawa  Japan
1999 Tsuyoshi Yoneyama  Japan
1998 Masashi Ozaki  Japan
1997 Masashi Ozaki  Japan
1996 Masashi Ozaki  Japan
1995 Kazuhiko Hosokawa  Japan
1994 Brian Watts  Canada
Daiwa KBC Augusta
1993 Tze-Chung Chen  Taiwan
1992 Tze-Ming Chen  Taiwan
1991 Raymond Floyd  United States
1990 Masashi Ozaki  Japan
1989 Teruo Sugihara  Japan
KBC Augusta
1988 Masahiro Kuramoto  Japan
1987 Saburo Fujiki  Japan
1986 Isao Aoki  Japan
1985 Hajime Meshiai  Japan
1984 Naomichi Ozaki  Japan
1983 Saburo Fujiki  Japan
1982 Tze-Ming Chen  Taiwan
1981 Hsieh Min-Nan  Taiwan
1980 Isao Aoki  Japan
1979 Masaji Kusakabe  Japan
1978 Kenichi Yamada  Japan
1977 Brian Jones  Australia
1976 Graham Marsh  Australia
1975 Shinsaku Maeda  Japan
1974 Tōru Nakamura  Japan
1973 Isao Aoki  Japan

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