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Indonesia Open
Tournament information
LocationJakarta, Indonesia
Established1974
Course(s)Pondok Indah Golf Course
Tour(s)Asian Tour
OneAsia Tour
European Tour
Asia Golf Circuit
FormatStroke play
Prize fund$300,000
Month playedAugust/September
Tournament record score
Aggregate255 Thaworn Wiratchant (2005)
To par−25 as above
Current champion
Argentina Miguel Ángel Carballo
Location Map
Pondok Indah GC
Pondok Indah GC
Location in Indonesia
Pondok Indah GC
Pondok Indah GC
Location in Java

The Indonesia Open is the national open golf championship of Indonesia, and traditionally held in the capital, Jakarta.

The Indonesian Open was founded in 1974 as an event on the Asia Golf Circuit.[1][2] It remained on the circuit until the end of the 1996 season, after which it joined the rival Asian PGA's Omega Tour for the 1997 season.[3]

Having not been held between 1998 and 2004, the Indonesian Open returned in 2005 as a co-sanctioned event on both the Asian Tour and the European Tour. It remained a fixture on the tours through the 2009 season after which it joined the rival OneAsia tour. In 2012 it was the opening event of that tour's calendar and was also an unofficial event on the Japan Golf Tour. In 2013, it returned to the Asian Tour and moved from March to late November/early December.

Winners

Year Tour(s)[a] Winner Score To par Margin of
victory
Runner(s)-up Ref
Bank BRI Indonesia Open
2019 ASA Argentina Miguel Ángel Carballo 271 −17 3 strokes South Korea Chang Yi-keun
2018 ASA South Africa Justin Harding 270 −18 1 stroke Zimbabwe Scott Vincent
Indonesia Open
2017 ASA Thailand Panuphol Pittayarat 265 −23 5 strokes Thailand Tirawat Kaewsiribandit
Bank BRI-JCB Indonesia Open
2016 ASA India Gaganjeet Bhullar (2) 272 −16 3 strokes Thailand Danthai Boonma
Thailand Panuphol Pittayarat
India Jeev Milkha Singh
United States Johannes Veerman
Bank BRI Indonesia Open
2015 No tournament
2014 ASA Republic of Ireland Pádraig Harrington 268 −16 2 strokes Thailand Thanyakon Khrongpha
Indonesia Open
2013 ASA India Gaganjeet Bhullar 268 −16 3 strokes Malaysia Nicholas Fung
Thailand Chapchai Nirat
Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open
2012 ONE Australia Nick Cullen 279 −9 1 stroke New Zealand David Smail [4]
Indonesia Open Presented By Carlsberg
2011 ONE Thailand Thaworn Wiratchant (2) 275 −13 1 stroke Indonesia Rory Hie
New Zealand Michael Hendry
South Korea Choi Jin-ho
[5]
Indonesia Open Presented By Enjoy Jakarta
2010 ONE New Zealand Michael Hendry 269 −19 7 strokes China Liang Wenchong [6]
Enjoy Jakarta Indonesia Open Presented By Carlsberg
2009 ASA, EUR Thailand Thongchai Jaidee 276 −12 2 strokes England Simon Dyson
Sweden Alex Norén
England Steve Webster
Enjoy Jakarta Astro Indonesia Open
2008 ASA, EUR Chile Felipe Aguilar 262 −18 1 stroke India Jeev Milkha Singh
2007 ASA, EUR Finland Mikko Ilonen 275 −9 1 stroke India Shiv Kapur
Philippines Frankie Miñoza
Australia Andrew Tampion
Enjoy Jakarta HSBC Indonesia Open Presented By Carlsberg
2006 ASA, EUR England Simon Dyson 268 −20 2 strokes Australia Andrew Buckle
Enjoy Jakarta Standard Chartered Indonesia Open Presented By Carlsberg
2005 ASA, EUR Thailand Thaworn Wiratchant 255 −25 5 strokes France Raphaël Jacquelin
1998–2004: No tournament
Satelindo Indonesia Open
1997 ASA Australia Craig Parry 280 −8 2 strokes South Africa Des Terblanche [7]
Indonesia Open
1996 AGC England Ed Fryatt 271 −5 3 strokes Canada Jim Rutledge
Sweden Daniel Chopra
[8]
1995 AGC Argentina José Cantero 277 −11 1 stroke Australia Don Fardon [9]
1994 AGC New Zealand Frank Nobilo 273 −15 3 strokes United States Jerry Smith [10]
1993 AGC United States Gary Webb 274 Sweden Niclas Fasth
1992 No tournament
1991 AGC Taiwan Chen Liang-hsi 277 −11 2 strokes Philippines Frankie Miñoza [11]
1990 AGC Philippines Frankie Miñoza (2) 275 −5 3 strokes Canada Danny Mijovic
Canada Rick Gibson
[12]
1989 AGC Indonesia Kasiyadi 269 −11 2 strokes Philippines Frankie Miñoza
United States Kirk Triplett
[13]
1988 AGC Taiwan Hsieh Yu-shu 264 −16 6 strokes Philippines Mario Siodina [14]
1987 AGC Australia Wayne Smith 274 −6 2 strokes United States Jim Hallet [15]
1986 AGC Philippines Frankie Miñoza 270 −10 1 stroke Taiwan Hsieh Yu-shu [16]
1985 AGC Taiwan Lu Chien-soon 274 −14 1 stroke Philippines Frankie Miñoza [17]
1984 AGC Australia Terry Gale 280 −8 2 strokes Taiwan Lu Chien-soon [18]
1983 AGC United States Robert Wrenn 274 −6 4 strokes Philippines Paterno Braza [19]
1982 AGC Philippines Eleuterio Nival 281 −3 1 stroke Australia Rodger Davis
United States Denny Hepler
[20]
1981 AGC United States Payne Stewart 283 −5 Playoff[b] Taiwan Chen Tze-chung
Thailand Sukree Onsham
Taiwan Hsu Chi-san
[21]
1980 AGC Taiwan Lu Hsi-chuen (2) 265 −15 8 strokes Myanmar Mya Aye [22]
1979 AGC Taiwan Lu Hsi-chuen 272 −8 1 stroke Myanmar Mya Aye [23]
1978 AGC Taiwan Kuo Chie-Hsiung 275 −9 3 strokes Philippines Eleuterio Nival
Taiwan Hsu Sheng-san
[24]
1977 AGC United States Gaylord Burrows 288 E Playoff[c] Myanmar Mya Aye [25]
1976 AGC Myanmar Mya Aye 276 −12 4 strokes Taiwan Kuo Chie-hsiung [26]
1975 AGC Taiwan Hsu Sheng-san 277 −11 6 strokes Taiwan Hsieh Min-Nan [27]
1974 AGC Philippines Ben Arda 283 −5 Playoff[d] Australia Graham Marsh
Taiwan Hsu Chi-san
[28]
  1. ^ AGC − Asia Golf Circuit; ASA − Asian Tour (formerly the Asian PGA/Omega/Davidoff Tour); EUR − European Tour; ONE − OneAsia Tour.
  2. ^ Stewart won with a birdie on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff.
  3. ^ Burrows won on the third hole of a sudden-death playoff.
  4. ^ Arda won with a birdie on the fifth hole of a sudden-death playoff; Hsu was eliminated at the first extra hole.

List of sponsors

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