Ube Kosan Open

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The Ube Kosan Open was a golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour from at least 1973 to 2001. It was played the Ube 72 Country Club in Yamaguchi.

In 1976, the Pepsi-Wilson Tournament set a record for the longest men's sudden death tour playoff. It took Peter Thomson fourteen holes to defeat Graham Marsh, Brian Jones and Shozo Miyamoto.[1] This record still stands today.

WinnersEdit

Ube Kosan Open

Pepsi Ube Kosan Open

Ube Kosan Open

Pepsi Ube Kosan Open

Pepsi Ube Open

Pepsi-Wilson Tournament

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Thomson wins 14-hole play-off". Sydney Morning Herald. 24 May 1976. p. 13. Retrieved 28 July 2020.

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