Money Winner - Jpn Tr


 

Money Winner - Jpn Tr

 
Money Winner - Jpn Tr tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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2019
Japan Tr
Imahira, Shugo
Yn168mill
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For the second straight year Imahira (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 2019 earnings of Yn168,049,312 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Shaun Norris (RSA) was second with Yn145,044,149; Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn) was third with Yn132,812,990.
2018
Japan Tr
Imahira, Shugo
Yn139mill
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26-year-old Imahira (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2018 Money List, with earnings of Yn139,119,332 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Shaun Norris (RSA) was second with Yn103,942,450; Yuki Inamori (Jpn) was third with Yn85,301,742.
2017
Japan Tr
Miyazato, Yusaku
Yn182mill
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Miyazato (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2017 Money List, with earnings of Yn182,831,982 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Satoshi Kodaira (Jpn) was second with Yn161,463,405; Chan Kim (USA) was third with Yn132,326,556.
2016
Japan Tr
Ikeda, Yuta
Yn207mill
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Ikeda (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2016 Money List, with earnings of Yn207,901,567 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Hideto Tanihara (Jpn) was second with Yn171,902,867; Kyung-tae Kim (S Kor) was third with Yn113,714,688.
2015
Japan Tr
Kim, Kyung-tae
Yn168mill
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Kim (S Kor) won the Japan Golf Tour 2015 Money List, with earnings of Yn165,981,625 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Yusaka Miyazato (Jpn) was second with Yn103,999,119; Yuta Ikeda (Jpn) was third with Yn99,380,317.
2014
Japan Tr
Oda, Koumei
Yn137mill
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Oda (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2014 Money List, with earnings of Yn137,318,693 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Hiroyuki Fujita (Jpn) was second with Yn116,275,130; Tomohiro Kondo (Jpn) was third with Yn107,089,056.
2013
Japan Tr
Yn201mill
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Matsuyama (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2013 Money List, with earnings of Yn201,076,781 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Hyung-sung Kim (S Kor) was second with Yn125,824,405; Shingo Katayama (Jpn) was third with Yn112,557,810. Matsuyama became the first rookie to win the Japan Tour money title.
2012
Japan Tr
Fujita, Hiroyuki
Yn175mill
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Fujita (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2012 Money List, with earnings of Yn175,159,972 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Toru Taniguchi (Jpn) was second with Yn102,686,994; Brendan Jones (Aus) was third with Yn92,078,892.
2011
Japan Tr
Bae, Sangmoon
Yn151mill
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Bae (S Kor) won the Japan Golf 2011 Tour Money List, with earnings of Yn151,078,958 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Tadahiro Takayama (Jpn) was second with Yn98,718,202; Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn) was third with Yn98,282,603.
2010
Japan Tr
Kim, Kyung-tae
Yn181mill
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Kim (S Kor) won the Japan Golf Tour 2010 Money List, with earnings of Yn181,103,799 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Hiroyuki Fujita (Jpn) was second with Yn157,932,927; Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn) was third with Yn151,461,479.
2009
Japan Tr
Yn184mill
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Ishikawa (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2009 Money List, with earnings of Yn183,524,051 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Yuta Ikeda (Jpn) was second with Yn158,556,695; Koumei Oda (Jpn) was third with Yn118,774,176.
2008
Japan Tr
Katayama, Shingo
Yn180mill
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Katayama (Jpn) won his fifth Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 2008 season earnings of Yn180,094,895 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Azuma Yano (Jpn) was second with Yn137,064,052; Prayad Marksaeng (Thai) was third with Yn126,430,825.
2007
Japan Tr
Taniguchi, Toru
Yn 171 mill
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Taniguchi (Jpn) won his second Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 2007 season earnings of Yn171,744,498 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Shingo Katayama (Jpn) was second with Yn141,053,934; Brendan Jones (Aus) was third with Yn115,531,323.
2006
Japan Tr
Katayama, Shingo
Yn 178mill
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Katayama (Jpn) won his fourth (and third straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 2006 season earnings of Yn178,402,190 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Hideto Tanihara (Jpn) was second with Yn119,888,517; Jeev Milkha Singh (Ind) was third with Yn113,538,173.
2005
Japan Tr
Katayama, Shingo
Yn134mill
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Katayama (Jpn) won his third (and second straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List title, with 2005 season earnings of Yn134,075,280 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Yasuharu Imano (Jpn) was second with Yn118,543,753; Keiichiro Fukabori (Jpn) was third with Yn93,595,937.
2004
Japan Tr
Katayama, Shingo
Yn119mill
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Katayama (Jpn) won his second Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 2004 season earnings of Yn119,512,374 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Toru Taniguchi (Jpn) was second with Yn101,773,301; Yong-Eun "Y.E."Yang (S Kor) was third with Yn99,540,333.
2003
Japan Tr
Izawa, Toshimitsu
Yn135mill
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Izawa (Jpn) won his second Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 2003 season earnings of Yn135,454,300 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Tetsuji Hiratsuki (Jpn) was second with Yn122,227,033; Todd Hamilton (USA) was third with Yn117,547,151.
2002
Japan Tr
Taniguchi, Toru
Yn145mill
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Taniguchi (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2002 Money List, with earnings of Yn145,440,341 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Nobuhito Sato (Jpn) was second with Yn130,825,969; Shingo Katayama (Jpn) was third with Yn129,258,019.
2001
Japan Tr
Izawa, Toshimitsu
Yn217mill
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Izawa (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2001 Money List, with earnings of Yn217,934,583 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Shingo Katayama (Jpn) was second with Yn133,434,850; Dean Wilson (USA) was third with Yn118,571,075.
2000
Japan Tr
Katayama, Shingo
Yn177mill
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Katayama (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 2000 Money List, with earnings of Yn177,116,489 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Toru Taniguchi (Jpn) was second with Yn175,827,742; Nobuhito Sato (Jpn) was third with Yn155,246,900.
1999
Japan Tr
Ozaki, Joe
Yn137mill
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Naomichi "Joe" Ozaki (Jpn) won his second Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1999 season earnings of Yn137,641,796 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Kazuhiko Hosokawa (Jpn) was second with Yn129,058,283; Shigeki Maruyama (Jpn) was third with Yn114,958,525.
1998
Japan Tr
Yn179mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his twelfth (and fifth straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1998 season earnings of Yn179,627,400 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Brian Watts (Can/USA) was second with Yn132,014,990; Hidemichi Tanaka (Jpn) was third with Yn103,941,437.
1997
Japan Tr
Yn170mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his eleventh (and fourth straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1997 season earnings of Yn170,847,633 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Shigeki Maruyama (Jpn) was second with Yn152,774,420; Brian Watts (Can/USA) was third with Yn111,153,198.
1996
Japan Tr
Yn209mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his tenth (and third straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1996 season earnings of Yn209,646,746 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Yoshinori Kaneko (Jpn) was second with Yn117,697,448; Brian Watts (Can/USA) was third with Yn89,346,882.
1995
Japan Tr
Yn192mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his ninth (and second straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1995 season earnings of Yn192,319,800 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Satoshi Higashi (Jpn) was second with Yn136,854,183; Shigeki Maruyama (Jpn) was third with Yn103,209,036.
1994
Japan Tr
Yn215mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his eighth Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1994 season earnings of Yn215,468,000 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Brian Watts (Can/USA) was second with Yn139,052,710; Tsuneyuki "Tommy" Nakajima (Jpn) was third with Yn115,771,280.
1993
Japan Tr
Meshiai, Hajime
Yn148mill
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Meshiai (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 1993 Money List, with earnings of Yn148,718,200 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) was second with Yn144,597,000; Tommy Nakajima (Jpn) was third with Yn130,842,771.
1992
Japan Tr
Yn186mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his seventh Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1992 season earnings of Yn186,816,466 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Naomichi "Joe" Ozaki (Jpn) was second with Yn130,880,179; Tze-Ming Chen (Taiw) was third with Yn122,317,851.
1991
Japan Tr
Ozaki, Joe
Yn119mill
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Naomichi "Joe" Ozaki (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 1991 Money List, with earnings of Yn119,507,974 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Roger McKay (Aus) was second with Yn113,137,135; Tommy Nakajima (Jpn) was third with Yn111,639,213.
1990
Japan Tr
Yn129mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his sixth (and third straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1990 season earnings of Yn129,060,500 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Tommy Nakajima (Jpn) was second with Yn96,979,100; Ryoken Kawagishi (Jpn) third with Yn87,350,200.
1989
Japan Tr
Yn108mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his fifth (and second straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1989 season earnings of Yn108,715,733 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Naomichi "Joe" Ozaki (Jpn) was second with Yn79,690,766; Brian Jones (Aus) was third with Yn70,061,826.
1988
Japan Tr
Yn125mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his fourth Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1988 season earnings of Yn125,162,540 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Naomichi "Joe" Ozaki (Jpn) was second with Yn83,782,697; David Ishii (USA) was third with Yn71,372,048.
1987
Japan Tr
Ishii, David
Yn86mill
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Ishii (USA) won the Japan Golf Tour 1987 Money List, with earnings of Yn86,554,421 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) was second with Yn76,981,199; Hajime Meshiai (Jpn) was third with Yn49,854,133.
1986
Japan Tr
Nakajima, Tommy
Yn90mill
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Tsuneyuki "Tommy" Nakajima (Jpn) won his fourth (and second straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1986 season earnings of Yn90,202,066 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) was second with Yn80,356,632; Isao Aoki (Jpn) was third with Yn78,341,666.
1985
Japan Tr
Nakajima, Tommy
Yn101mill
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Tsuneyuki "Tommy" Nakajima (Jpn) won his third Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1985 season earnings of Yn101,609,333 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events). Masahiro Kuramoto (Jpn) was second with Yn58,767,582; Tatao "Jet" Ozaki (Jpn) was third with Yn42,782,235.
1984
Japan Tr
Maeda, Shinsaku
Yn57mill
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Maeda (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 1984 Money List, with earnings of Yn57,040,357 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1983
Japan Tr
Nakajima, Tommy
Yn101mill
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Tsuneyuki "Tommy" Nakajima (Jpn) won his second straight Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1983 season earnings of Yn85,514,183 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1982
Japan Tr
Nakajima, Tommy
Yn68mill
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Tsuneyuki "Tommy" Nakajima (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 1982 Money List, with earnings of Yn68,220,640 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1981
Japan Tr
Yn57mill
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Aoki (Jpn) won his fifth (and fourth straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1981 season earnings of Yn57,262,941 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1980
Japan Tr
Yn60mill
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Aoki (Jpn) won his fourth (and third straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1980 season earnings of Yn60,532,660 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1979
Japan Tr
Yn45mill
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Aoki (Jpn) won his third (and second straight) Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1979 season earnings of Yn45,554,211 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1978
Japan Tr
Yn62mill
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Aoki (Jpn) won his second Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1978 season earnings of Yn62,987,200 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1977
Japan Tr
Yn35mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his third Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1977 season earnings of Yn35,932,608 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1976
Japan Tr
Yn40mill
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Aoki (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 1976 Money List, with earnings of Yn40,985,801 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1975
Japan Tr
Murakami, Takashi
Yn38mill
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Murakami (Jpn) won the Japan Golf Tour 1975 Money List, with earnings of Yn38,705,551 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1974
Japan Tr
Yn41mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won his second Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1974 season earnings of Yn41,846,908 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
1973
Japan Tr
Yn43mill
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Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) won the inaugural Japan Golf Tour Money List, with 1973 season earnings of Yn43,814,000 on the Tour (incl winnings from Majors & WGC events).
 

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