Token Homemate Cup

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Token Homemate Cup
Tournament information
Location Kuwana, Mie
Established1993
Course(s)Token Tado Country Club Nagoya
Par71
Length7,062 yards (6,457 m)
Tour(s) Japan Golf Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund ¥130,000,000
Month playedMarch/April
Tournament record score
Aggregate267 Wayne Perske (2006)
To par−21 as above
Current champion
Flag of Japan.svg Jinichiro Kozuma
Location Map
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Token Tado CC Nagoya
Location in Japan
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Token Tado CC Nagoya
Location in the Mie Prefecture

The Token Homemate Cup (東建ホームメイトカップ, Tōken hōmumeito kappu) is a professional golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. It has been played annually since 1993. It is usually the first event played on the Japan Golf Tour season. The tournament record is 267 (−21). It was set by Wayne Perske in 2006. The course measures 7,081 yards and the par is 71. Since 2009, the purse has been ¥130,000,000 with ¥26,000,000 going to the winner. Prize money was ¥90,000,000 from 1993 to 1997, ¥110,000,000 in 1998, ¥100,000,000 from 1999 to 2005 and ¥110,000,000 from 2006 to 2008.

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Tournament hosts

YearsVenueLocation
2001, 2003–2005, 2007–presentToken Tado Country Club Nagoya Kuwana, Mie
2006Token Shuga Country Club Kani, Gifu
1993–2000, 2002Kedōin Golf Club Kedōin, Kagoshima (now Satsumasendai)

Winners

YearWinnerScoreTo parMargin of
victory
Runner(s)-upRef.
Token Homemate Cup
2022 Flag of Japan.svg Jinichiro Kozuma 270−14Playoff Flag of Japan.svg Yuto Katsuragawa
2021 Flag of Japan.svg Takumi Kanaya 202 [lower-alpha 1] −111 stroke Flag of Japan.svg Keita Nakajima (a)
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2019 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Brendan Jones (2)269−151 stroke Flag of Australia (converted).svg Matthew Griffin
2018 Flag of Japan.svg Atomu Shigenaga 272−121 stroke Flag of Japan.svg Ryo Ishikawa
2017 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg Liang Wenchong 268−162 strokes Flag of Japan.svg Yoshinori Fujimoto
2016 Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Kyung-tae 271−13Playoff Flag of Japan.svg Tomohiro Kondo
2015 Flag of New Zealand.svg Michael Hendry 269−151 stroke Flag of Japan.svg Kazuhiro Yamashita
2014 Flag of Japan.svg Yūsaku Miyazato 270−142 strokes Flag of Japan.svg Hiroshi Iwata
2013 Flag of Japan.svg Yoshinobu Tsukada 275−94 strokes Flag of Japan.svg Kunihiro Kamii
Flag of Japan.svg Koumei Oda
2012 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Brendan Jones 269−152 strokes Flag of Japan.svg Ryuichi Oda
2011 Flag of Japan.svg Tadahiro Takayama (2)276−82 strokes Flag of Japan.svg Shingo Katayama
2010 Flag of Japan.svg Koumei Oda (2)283−1Playoff Flag of Japan.svg Satoru Hirota
Flag of Japan.svg Daisuke Maruyama
2009 Flag of Japan.svg Koumei Oda 275−10Playoff Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Jong-duck
2008 Flag of Japan.svg Katsumasa Miyamoto 276−81 stroke Flag of Japan.svg Taichi Teshima
2007 Flag of Japan.svg Yui Ueda 276−81 stroke Flag of South Korea.svg Lee Dong-hwan
2006 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Wayne Perske 267−212 strokes Flag of Australia (converted).svg Brendan Jones
Flag of Japan.svg Yui Ueda
2005 Flag of Japan.svg Tadahiro Takayama 205 [lower-alpha 2] −8Playoff Flag of Japan.svg Nozomi Kawahara
2004 Flag of Japan.svg Hiroyuki Fujita 281−32 strokes Flag of Japan.svg Shingo Katayama
Flag of South Korea.svg Charlie Wi
2003 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Andre Stolz 278−61 stroke Flag of Japan.svg Nobuhiro Masuda
Flag of Japan.svg Tadahiro Takayama
Flag of Japan.svg Tsuyoshi Yoneyama
Token Corporation Cup
2002 Flag of Japan.svg Toru Taniguchi 272−162 strokes Flag of Japan.svg Hirofumi Miyase
2001 Flag of Japan.svg Shingo Katayama 205 [lower-alpha 3] −82 strokes Flag of Japan.svg Tsuneyuki Nakajima
2000 Flag of Japan.svg Nobuo Serizawa 281−71 stroke Flag of Japan.svg Satoshi Higashi
Flag of Japan.svg Katsunori Kuwabara
1999 Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg Masashi Ozaki (2)273−151 stroke Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg Toru Taniguchi
1998 Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg Hajime Meshiai (2)272−161 stroke Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg Masashi Ozaki
1997 Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg Masashi Ozaki 269−191 stroke Flag of Paraguay (1990-2013).svg Carlos Franco
1996 Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg Yoshinori Kaneko 275−131 stroke Flag of the United States.svg Brandt Jobe
1995 Flag of the United States.svg Todd Hamilton 281−71 stroke Flag of Australia (converted).svg Peter Senior
Token Cup
1994 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Craig Warren 208 [lower-alpha 4] −81 stroke Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg Masashi Ozaki
1993 Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg Hajime Meshiai 276−122 strokes Flag of the United States.svg Todd Hamilton
  1. Shortened to 54 holes due to a positive COVID-19 test in the field.
  2. Shortened to 54 holes due to weather.
  3. Shortened to 54 holes due to snow.
  4. Shortened to 54 holes due to rain.

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