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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. The tournament is sponsored by the Shinhan Financial Group which is a South Korean financial holding company.

Shinhan Donghae Open
LocationSouth Korea
Established1981
Course(s)Bear's Best Cheongna Golf Club
Par71
Length7,320 yards (6,690 m)
Tour(s)Korean Tour
Asian Tour (2016–)
Japan Golf Tour (2019–)
FormatStroke play
Prize fundKRW1,200,000,000
Month playedSeptember
South Korea Park Sang-hyun

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Country Venue Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up
2018 Park Sang-hyun   South Korea Bear's Best Cheongna 262 −22 5 strokes   Scott Vincent
2017 Richard T. Lee   Canada Bear's Best Cheongna 273 −11 1 stroke   Gavin Green
2016 Gaganjeet Bhullar   India Bear's Best Cheongna 269 −15 1 stroke   Kim Tae-woo
  Scott Vincent
2015 An Byeong-hun   South Korea Bear's Best Cheongna 272 −12 1 stroke   Noh Seung-yul
2014 Bae Sang-moon (2)   South Korea Jack Nicklaus GC Korea 275 −13 5 strokes   Kim Bong-sub
  Moon Kyong-jun
2013 Bae Sang-moon   South Korea Jack Nicklaus GC Korea 279 −9 3 strokes   Ryu Hyun-woo
2012 Kim Meen-whee   South Korea Jack Nicklaus GC Korea 284 −4 Playoff   Kevin Na
2011 Paul Casey   England Jack Nicklaus GC Korea 288 E 1 stroke   Kang Sung-hoon
  Kim Kyung-tae
2010 John Huh   United States Lakeside CC 277 −11 2 strokes   K. J. Choi
2009 Ryu Hyun-woo   South Korea Lakeside CC 206 −10 1 stroke   Kim Dae-hyun
2008 K. J. Choi (2)   South Korea Lakeside CC 275 −13 3 strokes   Hur Suk-ho
2007 K. J. Choi   South Korea Lakeside CC 276 −12 1 stroke   Suk Jong-yul
2006 Kang Ji-man   South Korea Lakeside CC 269 −19 1 stroke   Michael Campbell
2005 Kim Jong-duck   South Korea Lakeside CC 272 −16 Playoff   K. J. Choi
2003–04: No tournament
2002 Hur Suk-ho   South Korea Jaeil CC 276 −12
2001 Charlie Wi   South Korea Gaya CC 276 −12 1 stroke   Vivek Bhandari
  Yang Yong-eun
2000 Ryu Jae-chul   South Korea Lake Hills CC 218 +2 1 stroke   Choi Gwang-soo
  Kang Wook-soon
1998–99: No tournament
Year Winner Country Score
1997 Ed Fryatt   England 275 (−13)
1996 Jung Jun   South Korea 278
1995 Choi Sang-ho (3)   South Korea 277
1994 Jeev Milkha Singh   India 283
1993 Choi Sang-ho (2)   South Korea 278
1992 Bong Tae-ha   South Korea 275
1991 Cho Chul-sang   South Korea 205
1990 Lee Kang-seon   South Korea 280
1989 Yoichi Yamamoto   Japan 281
1988 Park Nam-sin   South Korea 279
1987 Choi Youn-soo   South Korea 272
1986 Shen Chung-shyan   Taiwan 283
1985 Choi Sang-ho   South Korea 279
1984 Seiji Ebihara   Japan 279
1983 Lee Myung-ha   South Korea 285
1982 Han Chang-sang (2)   South Korea 289
1981 Han Chang-sang   South Korea 285

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ReferencesEdit

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

External linksEdit