Panasonic Open (Jpn)


 

Panasonic Open (Jpn)

 
Panasonic Open (Jpn) 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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2020
Panasonic
(Muto, Toshinori)
Joyo CC
Sep 24-27
¥30million
Played as the Panasonic Open (Sept 24-27; Japan/Asian Trs event). [Joyo CC, nr Kyoto, Japan].
2019
Panasonic
Muto, Toshinori
Higashi Hirono GC
263 (-21)
¥30million
Played as the Panasonic Open (Sept 26-29; Japan/Asian Trs event). Second-placed Shugo Imahira (Jpn) finished 4 shots behind 41-year-old Muto (Jpn), who recorded his seventh Japan Tour win. [Higashi Hirono GC, Miki, Hyogo, Jpn].
2018
Panasonic
Gangjee, Rahil
Ibaraki CC, Osaka
270 (-14)
¥30million
Played as the Panasonic Open (April 19-22; Asian/Jpn Trs event). Second-placed Hyung-sung Kim (S Kor) and Jung-gon Hwang (S Kor) finished 1 shot behind Gangjee (Ind), who claimed his second Asian Tour title, coming 14 years after the first. [West course, Ibaraki CC, Osaka, Japan].
2017
Panasonic
Kuboya, Kenichi
Chiba CC
273 (-7)
¥30million
Played as the Panasonic Open (April 20-23; Asian/Jpn Trs event). Kuboya (Jpn) beat Katsumasa Miyamoto (Jpn) with a par at the first playoff hole (par-5 18th). [Umesato course, Chiba CC, Chiba, Japan].
2016
Panasonic
Ikeda, Yuta
Chiba CC
271 (-13)
Yn30mill
Played as the inaugural Panasonic Open (Asian/Jpn Trs event). Second-placed Marcus Fraser (Aus) and K.T. Kim (S Kor) finished 3 shots behind Ikeda (Jpn). [Umesato course, Chiba CC, Chiba, Japan].
2013
Panasonic
Kawamura, Masahiro
Ibaraki CC, Osaka
275 (-9)
¥30million
Played as the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open (Sept 26-29; Asian/Jpn Trs event; next played in 2016). Second-placed Park Sung-joon (S Kor) finished 1 shot behind 20-year-old Kawamura (Jpn), who claimed his first win on both the Asian and Japan Tours. [West course, Ibaraki CC, Ibaraki-shi, nr Osaka, Japan].
2012
Panasonic
Kobayashi, Masanori
Higashi Hirono GC
267 (-17)
¥30million
Played as the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open (Sept 20-23; Asian/Jpn Trs event). Second-placed Koumei Oda (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind Kobayashi (Jpn), whose final round 9-under 62 allowed him to record his first Asian Tour win and second Japan Tour win. [Higashi Hirono GC, Hyogo, Jpn].
2011
Panasonic
Hiratsuka, Tetsuji
Biwako CC
276 (-8)
¥30million
Played as the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open (Sept 22-25; Asian/Jpn Trs event). Second-placed "S.K." Hur Suk-ho (S Kor) and Kim Do-hoon (S Kor) finished 3 shots behind Hiratsuka (Jpn). [Ritto Mikami course, Biwako CC, Ritto, nr Kusatsu, Shiga, Japan].
2010
Panasonic
Jones, Brendan
Rokko Kokusai GC
207 (-6)
¥22.5million
Played as the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open (Sept 23-26; Asian/Jpn Trs event). Second-placed Ryuichi Oda (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind Jones (Aus). Reduced to 54 holes due to bad weather. [East course, Rokko Kokusai GC, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan].
2009
Panasonic
Maruyama, Daisuke
Joyo CC
276 (-8)
¥30million
Played as the Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open (Sept 24-27; Asian/Jpn Trs event). Second-placed Yuta Ikeda (Jpn), "K.T." Kim Kyung-tae (S Kor) and Liang Wen-chong (China) finished 4 shots behind Maruyama (Jpn), who recorded his second Japan Tour win. [East & West course, Joyo CC, nr Kyoto, Japan].
2008
Panasonic
Tanihara, Hideto
Ibaraki CC, Osaka
264 (-16)
¥40million
Played as the inaugural Asia-Pacific Panasonic Open (Sept 25-28; Asian/Jpn Trs event). Second-placed Azuma Yano (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind Tanihara (Jpn). [West course, Ibaraki CC, Ibaraki-shi, nr Osaka, Japan].
 

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