SK Telecom Open
|Course(s)||Pinx Golf Club|
OneAsia Tour (2010–present)
Asian Tour (2001–07)
|Prize fund||1,000,000,000 won|
The SK Telecom Open is an annual professional golf tournament hosted in South Korea and sponsored by the Korean cell phone company SK Telecom. The tournament was inaugurated in June 1997 as "SK Telecom Classic", and renamed in 2001. It is part of the Korean Tour for men, and was co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour from 2001 to 2007. In 2008 it had prize money of 600,000,000 Won, or US$600,000. It has been co-sanctioned by the OneAsia Tour since 2010.
The tenth edition, held May 4–7, 2006, was shortened to 56 holes because of rain. The tournament that year made international headlines when teenage golfer Michelle Wie made the cut, only the second female golfer to do so in a Korean men's tournament after Se Ri Pak in 2003 and the first to do it on an Asian Tour tournament.
|2015||Choi Jin-ho||South Korea|
|2014||Kim Seung-hyuk||South Korea|
|2012||Kim Bi-o||South Korea|
|2010||Bae Sang-moon (2)||South Korea|
|2009||Park Sang-hyun||South Korea|
|2008||Choi Kyung-Ju||South Korea|
|2007||Bae Sang-moon||South Korea|
|2005||Choi Kyung-Ju (2)||South Korea|
|2003||Choi Kyung-Ju||South Korea|
|2002||Charlie Wi (2)||South Korea|
|2001||Charlie Wi||South Korea|
|2000||Park No-seok (3)||South Korea|
|1999||Park No-seok (2)||South Korea|
|1998||Choi Gwang-soo||South Korea|
|1997||Park No-seok||South Korea|
- "Golf-OneAsia add Korea's SK Telecom Open to 2010 schedule". Yahoo! Sports. 9 April 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-22.
- ESPN.com, 2006 SK Telecom Open Final Results
- "About the course". Asian Tour. Retrieved 2009-12-15.
- Official website (Korean)