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November 30, 1987

David Ishii of Hawaii had three birdies on the last five holes and finished two strokes ahead of Sam Torrance of Scotland to win the $666,700 Casio World Open golf tournament at Kaimoncho, Japan.

Ishii shot a 67 for a 12-under-par 276. He earned $120,000.

Torrance, who led after the third round, shot a 70 for 278. He earned $66,700.

Donnie Hammond and Japan's Masashi Ozaki and Masahiro Kuramoto were tied for third place at 279.

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