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|Location||Johor Bahru, Malaysia|
|Course(s)||Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club|
|Length||6,941 yards (6,347 m)|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||268 Pádraig Harrington (2010)|
|To par||−20 as above|
The 2008 purse was US$500,000. In 2009, Johor Open's purse was doubled to a size of US$1 million. The prize fund in 2010 was US$1.25 million, the joint richest event sanctioned solely by the Asian Tour, alongside the Hero Honda Indian Open, and 8th richest event of the Asian Tour. The 2011 Johor Open was added to the European Tour and the purse increased to US$2 million. In 2012, the Johor Open was no longer a European Tour event but the prize money remained at US$2 million. The tournament was discontinued after 2012.
|Year||Tour[a]||Winner||Score||To par||Margin of
|2012||ASA||Sergio García||198[b]||−18||3 strokes||Jonathan Moore|
|2011||EUR, ASA||Joost Luiten||198[b]||−15||1 stroke||Daniel Chopra|
|2010||ASA||Pádraig Harrington||268||−20||3 strokes||Noh Seung-yul|
|2009||ASA||K. J. Choi||196[b]||−20||4 strokes||Chapchai Nirat|
|2008||ASA||Retief Goosen||276||−12||2 strokes||Thaworn Wiratchant|
|2007||ASA||Artemio Murakami||276||−5||1 stroke|| Antonio Lascuña|
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