Date: 2012, 25th November
Time: Morning 18 Hole players (3 groups) tee times from 10:00am and 9 Hole players (7 groups) start from 12:53
Tournament Director: Me..:-)
This event is now full with a waiting list!! Great to see so much interest by the Jr.'s and their families.
2012 was bigger than ever in Tokyo this year. Not a historical celebration here
in Japan, but Tokyoites seem to take to it with stride! This year a relatively
new group calledInStyle Tokyo
held their second ever Halloween party and we
is a new brand event company specializing in themed parties, music and fashion,
film premier after-parties, promotion events for music releases and fashion
shows. Golf events are also in the works for 2013 and
Slowly Consider Fast Play
Nothing ruins a fun day on the course like slow play! It can kill your over-all experience and feel for any course regardless of how good it may be. Factor in some adverse weather conditions like heat, cold or rain and it becomes all the more unbearable.
The below are some simple steps that every golfer should follow. And remember it's not about rushing your shot, just simply being ready when it's your turn. If you already practice the below, you are not a culprit or cause of slow play and thus help stop other peoples eyeballs from bleeding!
WEC 6 Hours of Fuji
Nicolas Lapierre, Alex Wurz, and Kaz Nakajima (Toyota Motorsports) celebrate their win at the WEC 6 Hours of Fuji with sparkling Sake!!
Yesterdays race was a
treat to watch from start to finish here at Fuji Speedway. Toyota Motorsport
produced a somewhat surprise win in front of their adoring home fans. Toyota’s
#7 TS030 Hybrid crossed the finish line just 11 seconds ahead of the strong
Audi’s #1 R18 e-tron quattro, winning the World Endurance Championship Six
Hours of Fuji.
Business is challenging here in the Asia Pacific region, so when you decide to take some time out to relax, nothing is better than a ready golf destination with a panoramic view of Mt. Fuji to get your Bubba on!Just a little over an hour from the bustling Tokyo city life lies an area rich with natural host springs, wide-open countryside and 91 of Japans 2,400 golf courses. The Gotemba valley in Shizuoka Prefecture is home to the southern half of Mt. Fuji and easily accessible from Tokyo by car or train.
The event report is out from the Mercedes Benz Japan Cup held last Friday.
The North American Team takes the 10 Anniversary Cup!
See:http://www.dccgolf-japan.com/report12.php The North American Team won the 10th Anniversary Mercedes-Benz Japan Cup played on Friday, 28 September at Atsugi Kokusai Country Club in Kanagawa Prefecture. The North Americans scored 74.09 versus Europe's 74.89, counted on the average of the 80% best net scores.
Played in nice and warn weather, the tournament attracted 133 players, 68 for the North American team, 65 for the European Team.
A Pebbles’ Throw from
Kawana Hotel &
The Pebble Beach of
Asia and Less than 2 hours from Tokyo!
If you’ve heard rumors of a fantastic, mysterious hotel and golf
links in Japan called Kawana, this is it. The Kawana hotel opened its doors in
1936 and features two of the finest coastal links courses you’ll find anywhere
in the world. In its heyday the resort was a buzz with valets scurrying about
in service of their cherished customers who comprised the most discerning of Japanese
and overseas society.