Champion of April 6-8, 2023: Hibiki Kitamura

On the first day of the 2023 tournament, professional golfer Ririna Staiano took the lead, followed by Hibiki Kitamura, a Shiga Prefecture local, in second place, and newcomer Nozomi Ohsuga in third. The second day was canceled due to bad weather. The final day, however, saw a riveting head-to-head between Staiano and Kitamura for the top spot. Kitamura clinched a dramatic victory at the 17th hole, marking her first triumph in nine years, a moment of glory celebrated in her home turf of Shiga. Her total score was 139, five under par.
The Best Amateur Award was claimed by player Kanae Nagata for the second consecutive year. She finished with a total score of 148 (+4), tied for 31st place.

Champion of April 7-9, 2022: Hana Wakimoto

The tournament for 2022 was held for the first time in three years since 2019, and it took place amidst the full bloom of cherry blossoms. From the first day, professionals Kumiko Kaneda, Hana Wakimoto, and Yukari Nishiyama were in tight competition for the lead. On the final day, Hana Wakimoto made a comeback to clinch her first professional victory (with a total score of 209 (-7)). In her interview, she mentioned the tournament name ‘Hanasaka’ and explained how winning it was unforgettable for her, given her name ‘HANA’ was included in it.
The Best Amateur Award for the was won by Kanae Nagata. She finished with a total score of 219 (+3), tied for 6th place.

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