|Location||Sagamihara, Kanagawa (2021)|
|Course(s)||Sagamihara Golf Club, East Course (2021)|
|Organized by||JGA, APGC|
|Tour(s)|| Japan Golf Tour |
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||266 Brandt Jobe (1995)|
|To par||−26 as above|
Diamond Cup Golf (アジアパシフィックオープンゴルフチャンピオンシップ ダイヤモンドカップゴルフ, Ajia pasifikku opun gorufu chanpionsippu Daiyamondo kappu gorufu) is a professional golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. Founded in 1969, the event has been hosted at different courses throughout Japan, including on all four major islands. In 2018, the purse was ¥150,000,000, with ¥30,000,000 going to the winner. Since 2014, the tournament has been co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour.
|Year||Tour(s)||Winner||Score||To par||Margin of|
|Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup Golf|
|2020||Cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic|
|2019||JPN, ASA||Yosuke Asaji||281||−3||1 stroke|| Micah Lauren Shin |
Ren Yonezawa (a)
|2018||JPN, ASA||Yuta Ikeda||269||−15||6 strokes||Justin Harding|
|2017||JPN, ASA||Daisuke Kataoka||272||−12||2 strokes|| Poom Saksansin |
|2016||JPN, ASA||Chan Shih-chang||270||−10||2 strokes||Ippei Koike|
|2015||JPN, ASA||Kim Kyung-tae (2)||271||−9||3 strokes|| Yuta Ikeda |
|2014||JPN, ASA||Hiroyuki Fujita||278||−6||2 strokes|| Kiradech Aphibarnrat |
|Diamond Cup Golf|
|2013||JPN||Hideki Matsuyama||279||−9||2 strokes|| Brad Kennedy |
|2012||JPN||Hiroyuki Fujita||274||−14||3 strokes||Kiradech Aphibarnrat|
|2011||JPN||Koumei Oda||272||−16||4 strokes|| Toshinori Muto |
|2010||JPN||Kim Kyung-tae||272||−16||2 strokes||Koumei Oda|
|Mitsubishi Diamond Cup Golf|
|2009||JPN||Takashi Kanemoto||283||−5||Playoff||Brendan Jones|
|2008||JPN||Prayad Marksaeng||274||−10||1 stroke||Shintaro Kai|
|2007||JPN||Tetsuji Hiratsuka||282||−2||1 stroke|| Satoru Hirota |
|2006||JPN||Kaname Yokoo||275||−9||2 strokes|| Nozomi Kawahara |
|2005||JPN||Jang Ik-jae||275||−5||3 strokes|| Shingo Katayama |
|2004||JPN||Tetsuji Hiratsuka||275||−13||5 strokes||Hidemasa Hoshino|
|Diamond Cup Tournament|
|2003||JPN||Todd Hamilton||276||−12||3 strokes||Steven Conran|
|2002||JPN||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||269||−19||2 stokes|| Tomohiro Kondo |
|2001||JPN||Toshimitsu Izawa||277||−11||Playoff|| Hiroyuki Fujita |
|Mitsubishi Motors Tournament|
|2000||JPN||Hirofumi Miyase||276||−8||Playoff||Toru Taniguchi|
|1999||JPN||Tsuyoshi Yoneyama||268||−16||Playoff||Kazuhiko Hosokawa|
|Mitsubishi Galant Tournament|
|1998||JPN||Toru Taniguchi||268||−16||1 stroke||Kazuhiko Hosokawa|
|1997||JPN||Masashi Ozaki||278||−10||2 strokes|| Satoshi Higashi |
|1996||JPN||Masashi Ozaki||279||−9||Playoff||Todd Hamilton|
|1995||JPN||Brandt Jobe||266||−26||6 strokes||Masahiro Kuramoto|
|1994||JPN||Katsuyoshi Tomori||205||−11||6 strokes||Tsuneyuki Nakajima|
|1993||JPN||Chen Tze-chung||277||−11||4 strokes|| Brian Jones |
|1992||JPN||Isao Aoki||277||−11||4 strokes|| Chen Tze-chung |
|1991||JPN||Koichi Suzuki||280||−8||1 stroke|| Isao Aoki |
|1990||JPN||Isao Aoki||289||+1||3 strokes|| Masashi Ozaki |
|1989||JPN||Tateo Ozaki||284||−4||2 strokes||Masanobu Kimura|
|1988||JPN||Brian Jones||271||−17||Playoff||Naomichi Ozaki|
|1987||JPN||Brian Jones||283||−5||3 strokes|| Nobuo Serizawa |
|1986||JPN||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||280||−8||1 stroke||Chen Tze-ming|
|1985||JPN||Brian Jones||272||−12||Playoff||Nobumitsu Yuhara|
|1984||JPN||Haruo Yasuda||275||−13||4 strokes|| Koichi Inoue |
|1983||JPN||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||278||−10||6 strokes||Lu Hsi-chuen|
|1982||JPN||Graham Marsh||271||−13||Playoff||Teruo Sugihara|
|1981||JPN||Lu Hsi-chuen||289||+1||Playoff|| Tōru Nakamura |
|1980||JPN||Tsuneyuki Nakajima||276||−12||4 strokes|| Yoshihisa Iwashita |
|1978||JPN||Tōru Nakamura||280||−8||1 stroke|| Hsu Sheng-san |
|1977||JPN||Hsu Sheng-san||277||−11||3 strokes|| Takaaki Kono |
|1976||JPN||Yoshikazu Yokoshima||274||−14||2 strokes||Isao Aoki|
|1975||JPN||Norio Suzuki||278||−10||2 strokes||Mya Aye|
|1974||JPN||Graham Marsh||272||−16||3 strokes|| Masashi Ozaki |
|1973||JPN||Ben Arda||280||−8||4 strokes||Masashi Ozaki|
|1972||Graham Marsh||271||−17||5 strokes||Ben Arda|
|1971||Peter Thomson||280||−8||1 stroke||Haruo Yasuda|
|1970||Haruo Yasuda||137||−7||2 strokes|| Fujio Ishii |
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