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  • ROUND 4
  • Updated Nov.21, 2021 14:13
  • ¥: JPY
POS SCORE PLAYER MONEY RANK TODAY HOLE 1 2 3 4 TOTAL PRIZE MONEY
1 -17 Chan KIM 1
-8 F 69 69 66 63 267 ¥30,000,000
2 -16 Naoyuki KATAOKA 18
-6 F 69 65 69 65 268 ¥12,600,000
-16 Ryosuke KINOSHITA 2
-4 F 66 69 66 67 268 ¥12,600,000
4 -15 Yusaku MIYAZATO 44
-5 F 71 69 63 66 269 ¥7,200,000
5 -14 Satoshi KODAIRA 60
-6 F 69 71 65 65 270 ¥5,450,000
TOURNAMENT NAME
Dunlop Phoenix Tournament
NUMBER OF TIMES PLAYED
THE 48TH
DATES
Nov.18 - Nov.21, 2021
COURSE
Phoenix Country Club
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PURSE
¥ 150,000,000
WINNER'S SHARE
¥ 30,000,000
CUT
AFTER ROUND 2
CUT LINE
TOP 60 AND TIES
STARTING HOLE(S)
DAY1: HOLE 1 & 10  DAY2: HOLE 1 & 10  DAY3: HOLE 1 & 10  DAY4: HOLE 1 & 10
DRIVING DISTANCE
HOLE 4  HOLE 12
FIELD
84 PLAYERS
  WEATHER WIND DIRECTION WIND SPEED
(m/s)
TEMPERATURE
(CELSIUS)
ATTENDANCE
DAY1: Cloudy
WNW
2.4
16.9
1,086 people
DAY2: Sunny
ENE
3.6
19.3
1,062 people
DAY3: Sunny
NE
2.9
20.1
1,460 people
DAY4: Sunny partly cloudy
W
1.0
20.2
1,862 people

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