BASIC FACTS 2018  

Date: Friday, 5 October

Tee-off: 8:30 (shotgun start)

Venue: Atsugi Kokusai C.C.

Number of players:
  • North America 72
  • Europe 72

    Participation fee:
      24,700 yen all included

    Registration:
      by Fri. 21 September

    Play format:
      New Peoria (shin-peria)

    Team Competition:
      Best 80 % in each team
      counts as the team score

    Organizers:
  • ACCJ
  • CCCJ
  • EBC

  • Title Sponsors:
      Mercedes- Benz Japan
      Cole Haan Japan

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    Welcome to the 16th Mercedes-Benz - Cole Haan Cup!


    We are pleased to announce that the 2018 Cup will be played on Friday, 5 October at the same venue as before, Atsugi Kokusai C.C. in Kanagawa prefecture.

    Registration of players
    The registration of players will start on Monday, 23 July. Please check back then and sign-up early to secure your slot in the event. Last year we were fully booked almost two months before the play!

    Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities
    Currently we are focusing on recruiting sponsors and advertisers for the event. To get most of your contribution, sign-up before we open registration when the traffic to this web site will increase significantly. Click here to go to the Sponsorship page!

    Charity
    The event contributed last year 1.2 million yen to our charity, the YMCA Challenged Children's Project.
    Also this year, all surplus from the event, including most of the cash sponsorship, will be donated to charity along with the presently established charity fundraising activities.

    After-Party
    Also this year we will have an After-Party, free for all participants and their significant other, on Thursday, 11 October (19:00 - 21:30). at Mercedes-Benz Connection in Nogizaka (opposite Tokyo Midtown).


    The European Team retained the Cup in 2017
    The European team made it two wins in a row at the 15th Cup played on Friday, 6 October at Atsugi Kokusai C.C. in Kanagawa Prefecture. The Europeans, led by team captain Carl-Gustav Eklund, scored 76.7 versus North American's 77.5, counted on the average of the 80% best net. The North American team still hold the edge in the history of the competition with nine wins to Europe's six.

    For more, go to the 2917 Cup page.



    Sponsors and advertizers in 2017







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