|Location||Itoshima, Fukuoka, Japan|
|Course(s)||Keya Golf Club|
|Length||7,103 yards (6,495 m)|
|Tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Prize fund||¥100 million|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||262 Kazuki Higa (2019)|
|To par||−26 as above|
The KBC Augusta is a professional golf tournament that is held in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. The title sponsor is the Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting and it is held in August. Since its foundation in 1973, it has been an event on the Japan Golf Tour.
Since 1992, the KBC Augusta has been played at Keya Golf Club near Itoshima. Before then it was played at Fukuoka Country Club (Wajiro Course) near Fukuoka until 1982 and then at Kyushu Shima Country Club near Itoshima between 1983 and 1991. The tournament scoring records are 262 (aggregate) and −26 (to par) set by Kazuki Higa in 2019.
The 2019 purse was ¥100,000,000, with ¥20,000,000 going to the winner.
|1992–present||Keya Golf Club||Itoshima, Fukuoka|
|1983–1991||Kyushu Shima Country Club||Itoshima, Fukuoka|
|1973–1982||Fukuoka Country Club (Wajiro Course)||Fukuoka, Fukuoka|
- Tournament reduced to 54 holes.
- Tournament reduced to 54 holes after the third round was cancelled due to a typhoon.
- Tournament reduced to 36 holes due to rain.
- Tournament reduced to 63 holes after a typhoon caused the final round to be cut to nine holes.
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