2005 Japan Golf Tour

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The 2005 Japan Golf Tour season was played from 16 December 2004 to 4 December 2005. The season consisted of 29 official money events in Japan, as well as the four majors and the three World Golf Championships.

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Tournament results

The following table shows all the official money events in Japan for the 2005 season. The number in parentheses after each winner's name is the number of Japan Golf Tour events he had won up to and including that tournament. This information is only shown for Japan Golf Tour members.

DateTournamentPrize fund
()
Winner OWGR
points
19 Dec Asia Japan Okinawa Open 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Kiyoshi Miyazato (1)12
27 Mar Token Homemate Cup 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Tadahiro Takayama (1)16
24 Apr Tsuruya Open 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Naomichi Ozaki (31)16
1 May The Crowns 120,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Naomichi Ozaki (32)16
15 May Japan PGA Championship 110,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Hur Suk-ho (4)16
22 May Munsingwear Open KSB Cup 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroyuki Fujita (5)16
29 May Mitsubishi Diamond Cup Golf 110,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Jang Ik-jae (1)16
5 Jun JCB Classic Sendai 100,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Hur Suk-ho (5)16
19 Jun Mandom Lucido Yomiuri Open 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Satoru Hirota (1)16
26 Jun Gateway to the Open Mizuno Open 100,000,000 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Chris Campbell (1)16
3 Jul Japan Golf Tour Championship Shishido Hills Cup 120,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Kazuhiko Hosokawa (8)16
10 Jul Woodone Open Hiroshima 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Takao Nogami (1)16
24 Jul Sega Sammy Cup 120,000,000 Flag of the Republic of China.svg Lin Keng-chi (3)16
31 Jul Aiful Cup 120,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Tatsuhiko Takahashi (1)16
7 Aug Sun Chlorella Classic 150,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Keiichiro Fukabori (7)16
28 Aug Under Armour KBC Augusta 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Toshimitsu Izawa (15)16
4 Sep Fujisankei Classic 150,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Daisuke Maruyama (1)16
11 Sep Suntory Open 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Yasuharu Imano (5)16
18 Sep ANA Open 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Keiichiro Fukabori (8)16
25 Sep Acom International 120,000,000 Flag of New Zealand.svg David Smail (4)16
9 Oct Coca-Cola Tokai Classic 120,000,000 Flag of South Korea.svg Yang Yong-eun (3)16
16 Oct Japan Open Golf Championship 120,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Shingo Katayama (17)32
23 Oct Bridgestone Open 110,000,000 Flag of New Zealand.svg David Smail (5)16
30 Oct ABC Championship 120,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Shingo Katayama (18)16
6 Nov Asahi-Ryokuken Yomiuri Memorial 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Azuma Yano (1)16
13 Nov Mitsui Sumitomo VISA Taiheiyo Masters 150,000,000 Ulster Banner.svg Darren Clarke (n/a)20
20 Nov Dunlop Phoenix 200,000,000 Flag of the United States.svg Tiger Woods (n/a)34
27 Nov Casio World Open 140,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Toru Taniguchi (10)16
4 Dec Golf Nippon Series JT Cup 100,000,000 Flag of Japan.svg Yasuharu Imano (6)16

Source: [1]

Money list leaders

PositionPlayerPrize money (¥)
1 Flag of Japan.svg Shingo Katayama 134,075,280
2 Flag of Japan.svg Yasuharu Imano 118,543,753
3 Flag of Japan.svg Keiichiro Fukabori 93,595,937
4 Flag of South Korea.svg Hur Suk-ho 91,548,268
5 Flag of New Zealand.svg David Smail 78,870,984

Source: [2]

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References

  1. "2005 Tour Tournaments". JGTO.[ permanent dead link ]
  2. "2005 Prize Money List". JGTO.[ permanent dead link ]