Shinhan Donghae Open

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Shinhan Donghae Open
Tournament information
Location Incheon, South Korea
Established1981
Course(s) Bear's Best Cheongna Golf Club
Par71
Length7,320 yards (6,690 m)
Tour(s) Korean Tour
Asian Tour
Japan Golf Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund KRW1,200,000,000
Month playedSeptember
Current champion
Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Han-byeol
Location Map
South Korea physical map.svg
Icona golf.svg
Bear's Best Cheongna GC
Location in South Korea

The Shinhan Donghae Open is a men's professional golf tournament that has been held annually in South Korea since 1981. It has been an Asian Tour event since 2016. And it became the first event to be tri-sanctioned by the Asian Tour, Korean PGA and Japan Golf Tour from 2019. The tournament is sponsored by the Shinhan Financial Group which is a South Korean financial holding company.

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Winners

YearTour(s) [lower-alpha 1] WinnerScoreTo parMargin of
victory
Runner(s)-upVenue
2020 KOR [lower-alpha 2] Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Han-byeol 270−142 strokes Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Richard T. Lee Bear's Best Cheongna
2019 ASA, JPN, KOR Flag of South Africa.svg Jbe' Kruger 269−152 strokes Flag of the United States.svg Chan Kim Bear's Best Cheongna
2018 ASA, KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Park Sang-hyun 262−225 strokes Flag of Zimbabwe.svg Scott Vincent Bear's Best Cheongna
2017 ASA, KOR Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Richard T. Lee 273−111 stroke Flag of Malaysia.svg Gavin Green Bear's Best Cheongna
2016 ASA, KOR Flag of India.svg Gaganjeet Bhullar 269−151 stroke Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Tae-woo
Flag of Zimbabwe.svg Scott Vincent
Bear's Best Cheongna
2015 KOR Flag of South Korea.svg An Byeong-hun 272−121 stroke Flag of South Korea.svg Noh Seung-yul Bear's Best Cheongna
2014 KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Bae Sang-moon (2)275−135 strokes Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Bong-sub
Flag of South Korea.svg Moon Kyong-jun
Jack Nicklaus GC Korea
2013 KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Bae Sang-moon 279−93 strokes Flag of South Korea.svg Ryu Hyun-woo Jack Nicklaus GC Korea
2012 KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Meen-whee 284−4Playoff Flag of the United States.svg Kevin Na Jack Nicklaus GC Korea
2011 KOR Flag of England.svg Paul Casey 288E1 stroke Flag of South Korea.svg Kang Sung-hoon
Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Kyung-tae
Jack Nicklaus GC Korea
2010 KOR Flag of the United States.svg John Huh 277−112 strokes Flag of South Korea.svg K. J. Choi Lakeside CC
2009 KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Ryu Hyun-woo 206−101 stroke Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Dae-hyun Lakeside CC
2008 KOR Flag of South Korea.svg K. J. Choi (2)275−133 strokes Flag of South Korea.svg Hur Suk-ho Lakeside CC
2007 KOR Flag of South Korea.svg K. J. Choi 276−121 stroke Flag of South Korea.svg Suk Jong-yul Lakeside CC
2006KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Kang Ji-man 269−191 stroke Flag of New Zealand.svg Michael Campbell Lakeside CC
2005KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Jong-duck 272−16Playoff Flag of South Korea.svg K. J. Choi Lakeside CC
2003–04: No tournament
2002 ASA, KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Hur Suk-ho 276−12Playoff Flag of Scotland.svg Simon Yates Jaeil CC
2001 ASA, KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Charlie Wi 276−121 stroke Flag of India.svg Vivek Bhandari
Flag of South Korea.svg Yang Yong-eun
Gaya CC
2000KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Ryu Jae-chul 218+21 stroke Flag of South Korea.svg Choi Gwang-soo
Flag of South Korea.svg Kang Wook-soon
Lake Hills CC
1998–99: No tournament
1997KOR Flag of England.svg Ed Fryatt 275−13
1996KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Chung Joon 278
1995KOR Flag of South Korea.svg Choi Sang-ho (3)277
1994KOR Flag of India.svg Jeev Milkha Singh 283
1993 Flag of South Korea.svg Choi Sang-ho (2)278
1992 Flag of South Korea.svg Bong Tae-ha 275
1991 Flag of South Korea.svg Cho Chul-sang 205
1990 Flag of South Korea.svg Lee Kang-seon 280
1989 Flag of Japan.svg Yoichi Yamamoto 281
1988 Flag of South Korea.svg Park Nam-sin 279
1987 Flag of South Korea.svg Choi Youn-soo 272
1986 Flag of the Republic of China.svg Shen Chung-shyan 283
1985 Flag of South Korea.svg Choi Sang-ho 279
1984 Flag of Japan.svg Seiji Ebihara 279
1983 Flag of South Korea.svg Lee Myung-ha 285
1982 Flag of South Korea.svg Han Chang-sang (2)289
1981 Flag of South Korea.svg Han Chang-sang 285
  1. KOR – Korean Tour; ASA − Asian Tour; JPN − Japan Golf Tour.
  2. Tournament held without Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour co-sanctioning due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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References

  1. "Winners" (in Korean). Shinhan Open.