2004 Asian Tour

The 2004 Asian Tour was the inaugural season of the modern Asian Tour, the main men's professional golf tour in Asia excluding Japan.

Tournament schedule

The table below shows the 2004 Asian Tour schedule. The season began in December 2003 with the Okinawa Open.

fund (US$)
18-21 DecAsia-Japan Okinawa OpenJapan910,000Japan Hideto Tanihara (n/a)12Co-sanctioned with Japan Golf Tour
22-25 JanThailand OpenThailand300,000Thailand Boonchu Ruangkit (5)6
29 Jan-1 FebJohnnie Walker ClassicThailand1,600,000Spain Miguel Ángel Jiménez (n/a)38Co-sanctioned with European Tour
and PGA Tour of Australasia
12-15 FebLondon Myanmar OpenMyanmar200,000Thailand Thongchai Jaidee (5)6
19-22 FebCarlsberg Malaysian OpenMalaysia1,210,000Thailand Thongchai Jaidee (6)16Co-sanctioned with European Tour
26-29 FebDHL Philippine OpenPhilippine175,000United States Edward Michaels (1)6
18-21 MarCaltex Singapore MastersSingapore900,000Scotland Colin Montgomerie (n/a)16Co-sanctioned with European Tour
25-28 MarRoyal Challenge Indian OpenIndia300,000Singapore Mardan Mamat (1)6
29 Apr-2 MayVolkswagen Masters-ChinaChina300,000India Rahil Gangjee (1)6
6-9 MayMacau OpenMacau275,000United States Jason Knutzon (1)10
13-16 MayBMW Asian OpenChina1,500,000Spain Miguel Ángel Jiménez (n/a)18Co-sanctioned with European Tour
20-23 MaySK Telecom OpenSouth Korea400,000Scotland Simon Yates (2)10Co-sanctioned with Korean Tour
19-22 AugTianjin TEDA OpenChina200,000Thailand Thammanoon Sriroj (5)6
9-12 SepKolon Korean OpenSouth Korea400,000United States Edward Loar (2)14Co-sanctioned with Korean Tour
16-19 SepMercuries Taiwan MastersTaiwan390,000Thailand Thaworn Wiratchant (4)6
23-26 SepTaiwan OpenTaiwan300,000South Korea Charlie Wi (6)6
21-24 OctCrowne Plaza OpenChina200,000Australia Terry Pilkadaris (1)6
28-31 OctSanya OpenChina250,000Australia Terry Pilkadaris (2)6
4-7 NovCarlsberg Masters VietnamVietnam200,000Philippines Angelo Que (1)6
25-28 NovVolvo China OpenChina1,000,000Wales Stephen Dodd (n/a)16Co-sanctioned with European Tour
2-5 DecOmega Hong Kong OpenHong Kong800,000Spain Miguel Ángel Jiménez (n/a)24Co-sanctioned with European Tour
9-12 DecVolvo Masters of AsiaMalaysia550,000India Jyoti Randhawa (5)20

Order of Merit

Rank Player Country Earnings (US$)
1 Thongchai Jaidee  Thailand 381,929
2 Jyoti Randhawa  India 351,709
3 Simon Yates  Scotland 310,988
4 Thaworn Wiratchant  Thailand 260,637
5 Terry Pilkadaris  Australia 252,857
6 Prayad Marksaeng  Thailand 231,695
7 Boonchu Ruangkit  Thailand 220,293
8 Simon Dyson  England 181,718
9 Charlie Wi  South Korea 173,183
10 Greg Hanrahan  United States 171,743

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