ZOZO CHAMPIOHSHIP TICKET About ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP About ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP

Prize Money

$9.75m

Players

78

Stroke play With no cut

72hole

FedExCup
points

500P

  • Tournament Name ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP
  • Location Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club(MAP
  • Date October 24th Thu - 27th Sun, 2019
  • Format 72-hole stroke play with no cut
  • Prize Money Total : $9.75M (appro. ¥1.1B*)
  • Winner's Share : $1.75M (approx. ¥200M*)
  • 500 FedExCup points
  • Organizers ZOZO, Inc., PGA TOUR
  • Co-Organizer Japan Golf Tour Organization(JGTO)
  • Joint Supervisors PGA TOUR,
  • Japan Golf Tour Organization(JGTO)
  • ※113 yen by the dollar

  • Oct. 22nd(Tue)
    Practice Day
  • Oct. 24th(Thu)
    1st Round
  • Oct. 25th(Fri)
    2nd Round
  • Oct. 26th(Sat)
    3rd Round
  • Oct. 27th(Sun)
    Final Round / Awards Ceremony

Field Composition

Player Baroon Player Baroon
Player Draw Player Draw

There will be a total of 78 players participating in the tournament. Along with the 60 PGA TOUR players, JGTO’s top 7 players*, the top 3 players from the 2019 Bridgestone Open and 8 special exemptions from ZOZO will be competing.

※From JGTO prize money ranking starting from the 2019 SMBC Singapore Open thru the 2019 Bridgestone Open.

One of The Greatest Golf Tournaments

The first official PGA TOUR tournament in Japan, the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP will take place on October 24th, 2019. The world’s best players, including Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, will be competing for $9.75 million in total prize money (approximately ¥1.1 billion*), the largest purse in Japan’s golf history. Please come and visit the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP and witness one of the world’s greatest golf tournaments.

※113 yen by the dollar

About PGA TOUR

For over 50 years, the PGA TOUR has been know as the host organization for their professional golf tournaments held around the world. Every year since 1993, the PGA TOUR has had at least one member from Japan on its membership roster, and there has been a total of 18 Japanese players who have held PGA TOUR membership to this day. There are currently two Japanese players, Hideki Matsuyama and Satoshi Kodaira who are official PGA TOUR members for the 2019-2020 season. The player’s performances’ in FedExCup points standings or Korn Ferry Tour money list will determine their membership on the PGA TOUR. A player may also receive a 2-year membership status after winning a PGA TOUR tournament as a non-full-time TOUR player. PGA TOUR represents the world’s best players, and is broadcast in 226 countries and territories. PGA TOUR engages, inspires and positively impacts fans, partners and communities worldwide.