|Location||Incheon, South Korea|
|Course(s)||Bear's Best Cheongna Golf Club|
|Length||7,320 yards (6,690 m)|
|Tour(s)|| Korean Tour |
Japan Golf Tour
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.
|Year||Tour(s)||Winner||Score||To par||Margin of|
|2020||KOR||Kim Han-byeol||270||−14||2 strokes||Richard T. Lee||Bear's Best Cheongna|
|2019||ASA, JPN, KOR||Jbe' Kruger||269||−15||2 strokes||Chan Kim||Bear's Best Cheongna|
|2018||ASA, KOR||Park Sang-hyun||262||−22||5 strokes||Scott Vincent||Bear's Best Cheongna|
|2017||ASA, KOR||Richard T. Lee||273||−11||1 stroke||Gavin Green||Bear's Best Cheongna|
|2016||ASA, KOR||Gaganjeet Bhullar||269||−15||1 stroke|| Kim Tae-woo |
|Bear's Best Cheongna|
|2015||KOR||An Byeong-hun||272||−12||1 stroke||Noh Seung-yul||Bear's Best Cheongna|
|2014||KOR||Bae Sang-moon (2)||275||−13||5 strokes|| Kim Bong-sub |
|Jack Nicklaus GC Korea|
|2013||KOR||Bae Sang-moon||279||−9||3 strokes||Ryu Hyun-woo||Jack Nicklaus GC Korea|
|2012||KOR||Kim Meen-whee||284||−4||Playoff||Kevin Na||Jack Nicklaus GC Korea|
|2011||KOR||Paul Casey||288||E||1 stroke|| Kang Sung-hoon |
|Jack Nicklaus GC Korea|
|2010||KOR||John Huh||277||−11||2 strokes||K. J. Choi||Lakeside CC|
|2009||KOR||Ryu Hyun-woo||206||−10||1 stroke||Kim Dae-hyun||Lakeside CC|
|2008||KOR||K. J. Choi (2)||275||−13||3 strokes||Hur Suk-ho||Lakeside CC|
|2007||KOR||K. J. Choi||276||−12||1 stroke||Suk Jong-yul||Lakeside CC|
|2006||KOR||Kang Ji-man||269||−19||1 stroke||Michael Campbell||Lakeside CC|
|2005||KOR||Kim Jong-duck||272||−16||Playoff||K. J. Choi||Lakeside CC|
|2003–04: No tournament|
|2002||ASA, KOR||Hur Suk-ho||276||−12||Playoff||Simon Yates||Jaeil CC|
|2001||ASA, KOR||Charlie Wi||276||−12||1 stroke|| Vivek Bhandari |
|2000||KOR||Ryu Jae-chul||218||+2||1 stroke|| Choi Gwang-soo |
|Lake Hills CC|
|1998–99: No tournament|
|1995||KOR||Choi Sang-ho (3)||277|
|1994||KOR||Jeev Milkha Singh||283|
|1993||Choi Sang-ho (2)||278|
|1982||Han Chang-sang (2)||289|
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