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|Location||Geisei, Kōchi, Japan|
|Course(s)||Kochi Kuroshio CC (2005–)|
Ibusuki GC (1981–2004)
|Length||7,315 yards (6,689 m)|
|Tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Prize fund||¥200 million|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||264 Kiyoshi Murota (2001)|
264 Katsumune Imai (2003)
|To par||−24 as above|
The Casio World Open (カシオワールドオープンゴルフトーナメント, Kashio wārudo ōpun gorufu tōnamento) is a professional golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. Founded in 1981, it is played in November and is one of the richest tournaments in Japan, attracting some of the leading international golfers. It was held at the Ibusuki Golf Club, Kaimon Course in Ibusuki, Kagoshima from 1981 to 2004. In 2005, it moved to the Kochi Kuroshio Country Club in Geisei, Kōchi.
The event is organized by Casio, Kuroshio Kanko Kaihatsu and TV Kochi.
|Year||Winner||Score||To par||Margin of|
|2020||Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic|
|2019||Kim Kyung-tae||268||−20||2 strokes||Shaun Norris|
|2018||Choi Ho-sung||273||−15||1 stroke||Brendan Jones|
|2017||Seungsu Han||275||−13||1 stroke|| Ryo Ishikawa |
|2016||Yuta Ikeda||203||−13||1 stroke||Ryuji Masaoka|
|2015||Hwang Jung-gon (2)||273||−15||1 stroke||Ryo Ishikawa|
|2014||Shingo Katayama||271||−17||3 strokes||Satoshi Tomiyama|
|2013||Hideki Matsuyama||276||−12||1 stroke||Yuta Ikeda|
|2012||Hwang Jung-gon||269||−19||3 strokes||Kunihiro Kamii|
|2011||Tadahiro Takayama||273||−15||2 strokes||Yūsaku Miyazato|
|2010||Michio Matsumura||275||−13||Playoff||Kim Do-hoon|
|2009||Koumei Oda (2)||267||−21||3 strokes||Ryo Ishikawa|
|2008||Koumei Oda||277||−11||3 strokes||Kenichi Kuboya|
|2007||Taichi Teshima||275||−13||1 stroke||Chris Campbell|
|2006||Jeev Milkha Singh||272||−16||2 strokes||David Smail|
|2005||Toru Taniguchi||277||−11||2 strokes||Kim Jong-duck|
|2004||David Smail (2)||276||−12||1 stroke||Hunter Mahan|
|2003||Katsumune Imai||264||−24||7 strokes|| Brendan Jones |
|2002||David Smail||200||−16||2 strokes||Brendan Jones|
|2001||Kiyoshi Murota||264||−24||2 strokes||Dinesh Chand|
|2000||Toru Suzuki||267||−21||1 stroke||Masashi Ozaki|
|1999||Tsuyoshi Yoneyama||274||−14||1 stroke||Taichi Teshima|
|1998||Brian Watts||274||−14||Playoff||Toshimitsu Izawa|
|1997||Mitsutaka Kusakabe||278||−10||1 stroke|| Keiichiro Fukabori |
|1996||Paul Stankowski||277||−11||Playoff||David Ishii|
|1995||Seiki Okuda||274||−14||1 stroke||Masashi Ozaki|
|1994||Robert Gamez||271||−17||4 strokes||Scott Hoch|
|1993||Tom Lehman||274||−14||1 stroke||Phil Mickelson|
|1992||Isao Aoki (2)||277||−11||2 strokes||Chen Tze-ming|
|1991||Naomichi Ozaki||270||−18||2 strokes||Hajime Meshiai|
|1990||Mike Reid||274||−14||2 strokes||Yoshinori Kaneko|
|1989||Isao Aoki||274||−14||1 stroke||Larry Mize|
|1988||Larry Mize||284||−4||1 stroke||Masashi Ozaki|
|1987||David Ishii||276||−12||2 strokes||Sam Torrance|
|1986||Scott Hoch (2)||276||−12||6 strokes||José María Olazábal|
|1985||Hubert Green||289||+1||Playoff|| Wayne Grady |
|1984||Sandy Lyle||279||−9||Playoff||Gary Koch|
|1983||Bernhard Langer||287||−1||2 strokes||Tsuneyuki Nakajima|
|1982||Scott Hoch||282||−6||1 stroke||Tsuneyuki Nakajima|
|1981||Lee Trevino||275||−13||4 strokes||Isao Aoki|
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