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|Course(s)||Shishido Hills Country Club|
|Length||7,384 yards (6,752 m)|
|Tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Tournament record score|
|Aggregate||268 Nobuhito Sato (2002)|
|To par||−20 Nobuhito Sato (2002)|
The Japan Golf Tour Championship (日本ゴルフツアー選手権, Nihon gorufu tsuā senshuken) is an annual major golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour. Currently its main sponsor is Mori Building. It was founded in 2000. It has been played at Shishido Hills Country Club since 2003. From 2000 to 2002, it was played at Horai Country Club.
Prize money was ¥120,000,000 from 2000 to 2005 and has been ¥150,000,000 since 2006, except for 2010 when it was ¥120,000,000. In 2000 the weather shortened the event to 54 holes and the prize money was reduced by 25% from ¥120,000,000 to ¥90,000,000.
PO Indicates a win in a playoff
* Weather-shortened to 54 holes
Note: Green highlight indicates scoring records.
JGT major golf championships
- Japan PGA Championship
- Japan Golf Tour Championship
- Japan Open Golf Championship
- Golf Nippon Series JT Cup