Acom International

Acom International

The Acom International was a golf tournament on the Japan Golf Tour from 1990 to 2006. From 1990 to 1998, it was played with a Modified Stableford format similar to The International on the U.S. PGA Tour. Beginning in 1999, it was played at a standard stroke play format. The purse for the 2006 event was ¥120,000,000, with ¥24,000,000 going to the winner.

Tournament hosts

*1999-2006 Ishioka Golf Club in Ibaraki
*1993-1998 Seve Ballesteros Golf Club in Fukushima
*1992 Japan Classic Country Club In Mie
*1991 Narita Springs Country Club in Chiba
*1990 Japan Classic Country Club in Mie


Acom International
*2006 Mamo Osanai
*2005 David Smail
*2004 Toru Suzuki
*2003 Masahiro Kuramoto
*2002 Toru Taniguchi
*2001 Kazuhiko Hosokawa
*2000 Toru Taniguchi
*1999 Hidemichi Tanaka
*1998 Kaname Yokoo
*1997 Kazuo Kanayama
*1996 Kazuhiko Hosokawa
*1995 Katsunori Kuwabara
*1994 Naomichi Ozaki
*1993 Todd Hamilton
*1992 Hisao Inoue
*1991 Masahiro Kuramoto

Acom P.T.
*1990 Bob Gilder

Acom Team Championship – unofficial event

*1989 Toshiaki Sudo and Kinya Aoyagi
*1988 Bob Gilder and Doug Tewell
*1987 Tomohiro Maruyama and Nobou Serizawa
*1986 Hajime Mesiai and Satoshi Higashi
*1985 Brian Jones and Mike Ferguson
*1984 Kosaku Shimada and Isao Isozaki
*1983 Lu Liang-Huan and Lu Hsi-Chuen

External links

* [ Coverage on Japan Golf Tour's official site] - in English

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