|Course(s)||Sapporo Golf Club|
|Length||7,063 yards (6,458 m)|
|Tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Prize fund||¥110 million|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||268 Masashi Ozaki (1994)|
|To par||−20 as above|
The ANA Open (ANAオープンゴルフトーナメント, Ei-enu-ei ōpun golufu tōnamento) is a professional golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. Founded as the Sapporo Open, it has been sponsored by All Nippon Airways since 1973, initially as the ANA Sapporo Open. It is usually held in September each year at the Sapporo Golf Club in Kitahiroshima, Hokkaido.
Sapporo's Wattsu and Yuni courses have both played host to the tournament. The tournament scoring record is 268 (20 under par), set by Masashi Ozaki in 1994. Ozaki also holds the all-time record of wins at this tournament with seven. The 2019 purse was ¥110,000,000, of which the winner's share was ¥22,000,000.
|Year||Winner||Score||To par||Margin of|
|2020||Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic|
|2019||Yosuke Asaji||272||−15||Playoff|| Seungsu Han |
|2018||Cancelled due to the earthquake in Hokkaido|
|2017||Yuta Ikeda||275||−13||Playoff|| Shugo Imahira |
|2016||Brendan Jones||270||−18||1 stroke||Yuta Ikeda|
|2015||Ryo Ishikawa||272||−16||2 strokes||Yūsaku Miyazato|
|2014||Katsumasa Miyamoto||270||−18||Playoff||Hideto Tanihara|
|2013||Koumei Oda||273||−15||4 strokes|| Shingo Katayama |
|2012||Hiroyuki Fujita||272||−16||1 stroke|| Kurt Barnes |
|2011||Kurt Barnes||275||−13||1 stroke|| Shingo Katayama |
|2010||Yuta Ikeda||274||−14||1 stroke|| Jay Choi |
|2009||Toru Taniguchi||272||−16||4 strokes|| Kim Kyung-tae |
|2008||Azuma Yano||273||−15||4 strokes|| Toshinori Muto |
|2007||Norio Shinozaki||277||−7||Playoff|| Yasuharu Imano |
|2006||Tomohiro Kondo||274||−10||1 stroke|| Kiyoshi Maita |
|2005||Keiichiro Fukabori||274||−14||Playoff||Yasuharu Imano|
|2004||Chawalit Plaphol||271||−17||1 stroke||Yang Yong-eun|
|2003||Yeh Wei-tze||277||−11||1 stroke|| Masashi Ozaki |
|2002||Masashi Ozaki||271||−17||1 stroke||Hiroyuki Fujita|
|2001||Lin Keng-chi||273||−15||2 strokes|| Kazuhiro Kinjo |
|2000||Nobuhito Sato||282||−6||1 stroke||Christian Pena|
|1999||Kazuhiko Hosokawa||277||−11||1 stroke|| Naomichi Ozaki |
|1998||Keiichiro Fukabori||279||−9||2 strokes|| Lee Janzen |
|1997||Shinichi Yokota||273||−15||3 strokes|| Zaw Moe |
|1996||Carlos Franco||282||−6||1 stroke||Masahiro Kuramoto|
|1995||Masashi Ozaki||279||−9||3 strokes||Ernie Els|
|1994||Masashi Ozaki||268||−20||9 strokes||Kiyoshi Murota|
|1993||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||274||−14||4 strokes|| Naomichi Ozaki |
|1992||Masashi Ozaki||280||−8||4 strokes||Ryoken Kawagishi|
|1991||Akiyoshi Ohmachi||282||−6||2 strokes||Ryoken Kawagishi|
|1990||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||277||−11||3 strokes||Masashi Ozaki|
|1989||Masashi Ozaki||280||−8||6 strokes||Ian Woosnam|
|1988||Naomichi Ozaki||278||−10||Playoff||Brian Jones|
|1987||Isao Aoki||282||−6||1 stroke||Tsukasa Watanabe|
|1986||Masahiro Kuramoto||281||−7||2 strokes||Isao Aoki|
|1985||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||277||−11||2 strokes||Masahiro Kuramoto|
|ANA Sapporo Open|
|1984||Pete Izumikawa||280||−8||Playoff||Satsuki Takahashi|
|1983||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||282||−6||5 strokes||Isao Aoki|
|1981||Masahiro Kuramoto||282||−6||3 strokes||Kikuo Arai|
|1980||Teruo Sugihara||283||−5||1 stroke||Kikuo Arai|
|1979||Graham Marsh||284||−4||2 strokes||Kikuo Arai|
|1978||Teruo Sugihara||284||−4||1 stroke||Fujio Kobayashi|
|1976||Takashi Murakami||285||−3||3 strokes||Masashi Ozaki|
|1975||Hsieh Yung-yo||277||−11||2 strokes||Takashi Murakami|
|1974||Masashi Ozaki||282||−6||Playoff||Isao Aoki|
|1973||Masashi Ozaki||283||−5||2 strokes||Hsieh Min-Nan|
|1972||Masashi Ozaki||282||−6||4 strokes|| Kosaku Shimada |
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