Brunei Open

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Brunei Open
Tournament information
Location Brunei
Established 2005
Course(s) Empire Hotel and Country Club
Par 71
Length 7,070 yards
Tour(s) Asian Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund US$300,000
Final champion
Bangladesh Siddikur Rahman

The Brunei Open was an Asian Tour golf tournament. The 2005 staging was Brunei's first ever professional golf tournament, and it was won by Terry Pilkadaris of Australia. The event is held at the Jack Nicklaus-designed course at the Empire Hotel and Country Club. In 2010 the prize fund was US$300,000.


Year Winner Country
2010 Siddikur Rahman  Bangladesh
2009 Darren Beck  Australia
2008 Rick Kulacz  Australia
2007 Lin Wen-tang  Taiwan
2006 Wang Ter-chang  Taiwan
2005 Terry Pilkadaris  Australia

External links

  • Coverage on Asian Tour's official site

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