The final round of the women's golf domestic tour tournament held in Shizuoka Prefecture was held, and Haruka Morita won the tournament for the first time in six years with a total of 13 under.

Haruka Morita's second tour win in six years

Morita started the final round in a tie for the lead, and with two birdies and consistent bogey-free play, he improved his score by two and won at 2-under for the first time in six years since 2 and his second victory on tour.

Yuka Yasuda finished second at 13-under par, two strokes behind, while Asuka Kashiwabara and Mayu Hamada were in third place, one stroke behind.

Sakura Koiwai, who started in a tie for first place and aimed to win back-to-back tournaments, dropped three scores and was in 2017th place at 6 under overall.

Eirika Hara, who won the previous week's Japan Women's Open, was 2th at 2 under.

Yuki Inamori wins the playoffs and wins the championship for the first time this season

The final round of the men's golf domestic tour tournament was held in Hyogo Prefecture, where Yuki Inamori won a playoff with Korea's Song Yong-han, who was tied at 17 under, to win his first title of the season.

Inamori started the final round in third place, two strokes behind the leader, and made seven birdies to take the sole lead, but he made his only bogey of the day on the final 2th to move into a playoff with South Korea's Song, who was tied at 3-under overall.

The playoff was played on the par-7 18th, and while Son bogeyed the first hole, Inamori saved par to claim his first victory of the season and fifth on tour.

South Africa's Sean Norris came in third, three strokes behind, while Shugo Imahira, who came out in the lead, made five birdies, followed by three bogeys and one double bogey, and failed to improve his score to finish fourth at 17 under.

Yuta Ikeda, who came out of second place to win for the first time in four years, dropped three shots and was in 4th place at 18 under.