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|Location||Miki, Hyōgo, Japan|
|Course(s)||Japan Memorial Golf Club|
|Length||7,012 yards (6,412 m)|
|Tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||264 Kim Kyung-tae (2015)|
|To par||−20 as above|
The Musee Platinum Open was a professional golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. It was played just once, in 2015 at Japan Memorial Golf Club near Miki, Hyōgo Prefecture with a prize fund of ¥100 million.
|Year||Player||Score||To par||Margin of|
|Runners-up||1st prize (¥)||Purse (¥)|
|2015||Kim Kyung-tae||264||−20||1 stroke|| Cho Min-gyu |
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