South Pacific Open Championship

The South Pacific Open Championship was a golf tournament held at Tina Golf Club, Nouméa, New Caledonia from 2011 to 2016. It was a Tier 2 event on the Australasian Tour. In 2011, the first year of the event, Tier 2 events did not receive Official World Golf Ranking points. Total prize money was A$110,000 in 2011, A$120,000 in 2012, A$130,000 in 2013, A$140,000 in 2014 and 2016 and A$150,000 in 2015.

South Pacific Open Championship
Tournament information
LocationNouméa, New Caledonia
Course(s)Tina Golf Club
Tour(s)PGA Tour of Australasia
FormatStroke play
Month playedSeptember/October
Final year2016
Tournament record score
Aggregate268 Andre Stolz (2013)
2016 Michael Wright (2013)
268 James Nitties (2015)
To par−16 as above
Final champion
Adam Blyth


YearWinnerCountryScoreTo parMargin
of victory
share (A$)
2016Adam Blyth Australia272−12Playoff Jake McLeod21,000
2015James Nitties Australia268−166 strokes Matthew Millar22,500
2014Adam Stephens Australia269−155 strokes Kota Kagasaki
Andrew Kelly
Luke Toomey (a)
2013Andre Stolz Australia268−16Playoff Michael Wright19,500[1]
2012Brad Shilton New Zealand271−131 stroke Matthew Griffin18,000[2]
2011Matthew Griffin Australia273−15Playoff Terry Pilkadaris16,500[3]

In 2016 Blyth beat McLeod in the playoff at the third extra hole. In 2013 Stolz won at the fifth extra hole. In 2011 Griffin won at the second extra hole.


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