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 Stora Enso Cup - SWEDEN-FINLAND GOLF CHALLENGE - Friday, 30 November 2012

Event Report
Venue:
Taiheiyo Club - Narita Course, Chiba Prefecture

Team Result:
FCCJ 75.6 - SCCJ 79.6

The competition was played for the fourth time at Taiheiyo Club - Narita Course in Chiba Prefecture. The event was played in a bit chilly autumn weather. But the only water was in the several ponds around the course, which attracted a large number of balls.
The course, and especially the greens, were tricky, but this time the scores were much better than when we played the same course one year ago.Then only three players managed to break 100, this time 12 players and the team scores were about three shots better than last time..

The individual winner (best net) was Takeshi Yokoyama (FCCJ) with an excellent net of 69 (gross 91).. Second was Hisako Noto (FCCJ), with smae net as the winner (gross 94, but Yokoyama won because of a lower Handicap. The best SCCJ player was Keizo Mori, net 70 (gross 88), who also won the SCCJ Autumn Golf Cup. Best gross was Tomoichi Onishi (FCCJ) with 87, followed by Sakari Romu (FCCJ), Eiji Takagi (SCCJ) and Keizo Mori (SCCJ) all with a 88.

For full results, see below.

The winners of the longest drive were Keizo Mori (SCCJ) on no. 9 and Zane Inglis (SCCJ), who also won the SCCJ longest drive trophy, on No. 17. The near pin winners were Keizo Mori (SCCJ) on no. 2, and Hisako Noto on no. 5, Tomonori Omoya (SCCJ) on no. 12 and Zane Inglis on no. 16.

We would like to thank the title sponsor Stora Enso Japan as well as all the players (and their companies) who brought nice prizes to the competition. Our thanks go also to the Taiheiyo Club - Narita Course and all the other staff for helping us making this a great event at reasonable costs.
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
Pos.PlayerCompanyTeamHCPGrossNet
1.Takeshi YokoyamaFinnair Cargo FCCJ229169
2.Hisako NotoAdvertise Inc. FCCJ259469
3.Keizo MoriIFS Japan, Inc. SCCJ188870
4..Yutaka ChibaWestern AssociatesFCCJ229371
5.Zane InglisSales Institute Japan SCCJ189072
6.Hiroaki SakuraiVaisala K.K. FCCJ219372
7.Hiroaki SugawaraFinn CorporationFCCJ2510176
8.Eiji TakagiIndividual memberSCCJ118877
9.Carl-Gustav Eklund Höganäs Japan K.K.SCCJ169377
10..Tsuyoshi HiraoSweden House Co., Ltd. SCCJ2510277
11.Tomoichi Onishi Western Associates FCCJ88779
12.Kimio HashidaSysOmega Co., Ltd FCCJ189779
13.Atsushi Yamazaki Stora Enso Japan K.K.FCCJ2210179
14.Jan SandströmEricsson Japan K.K. SCCJ2210179
15.Anders PetersonWallenius WillhelmsenSCCJ3010979
16.Sakari RomuFinnair FCCJ88880
17.Hans Åke HenrikssonIndividual member SCCJ1810082
18.Tuomo Kuuppo Stora Enso Japan K.K.FCCJ2210482
19.Hiroshi KitamuraGambro K.K. SCCJ2510782
20.Motoki Yoshihama Finnair FCCJ129684
21.Lars VargöAmbassador of Sweden SCCJ2510984
22.Tomonori OmoyaIFS Japan Inc.SCCJ3011484
23.Gösta TyreforsGadelius Holding Ltd. SCCJ1810385
24.Stefan Gustafsson IFS Japan Inc. SCCJ2811587
25.Nobuyuki Henmi Western AssociatesFCCJ1510590
26.Leif NilssonSAS SCCJ2311693
27.Clas G. BystedtFCCJ FCCJ2511893
28.Göran Edman Gadelius Holding Ltd. SCCJ3012393
29.Kenneth GustavssonEricsson Japan K.K.SCCJ2411995
30.Takeshi Fujiwara Gambro K.K.SCCJ3012595
Note: if players have same net, the one with lower handicap wins, if still same, the older player wins.

Images from the event

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The players gather for photo-shooting before start of play.
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Preparing to depart for the first tees, Takeshi Yokoyama has a no. 5 on his back, but he was too modest.
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Nice and good looking course.
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Stretching and putting practise.
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Eiji Takagi and Tuomo Kuuppo discuss clubs.
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SCCJ Chairman Stefan Gustafsson hits the first shot of the day.
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Stora Enso's Tuomo Kuuppo hits his first shot.
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Stefan Gustafsson and Tuomo Kuuppo walks up up the 12th tee.
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Eiji Takagi hits his shot to the par-3 12th hole.
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Tuomo Kuuppo's tee shot at the par-3 16th.
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Stefan Gustafsson aims at the airplane at the par-3 16th.
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Walking down the 18th fairway.
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On the green at No. 18, club house in the background.
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Tuomo Kuuppo drops his final put on the fist half.
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Tuomo Kuuppo's first tee-shot in the afternoon
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Clas Bystedt tees off at No. 10.
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The challenging with a lot of water and elevation changes.
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Tuomo Kuuppo at the par-3 No. 5.
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Eiji Takagi thinks he sunk his put on the 5th hole.
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View towards the 5th tee.
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Tuomo Kuuppo's recovery shot from the trees.
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A lot of 'birdies' but mostly in the water....
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Eiji Takagi tees off at No. 7.
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Water and the 5th tee.
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Eiji Takagi's recovery shot from the trees.
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Nice autumn colors on the 7th hole.
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Tuomo Kuuppo doesn't have time to enjoy the colors.
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Stefan Gustafsson's tee-shot on No. 8.
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The 9th green from the 8th fairway.
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Tuomo Kuuppo was slight off the short stuff at No. 9.
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Eiji Takagi with a long put on No. 9 with club house in the background.
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Stefan Gustafsson's almost last put oo No. 9.
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Eiji Takagi, the SCCJ organizer, and the prize table.
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Participants enjoying food and drinks before start of the ceremonies.
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Participants enjoying food and drinks before start of the ceremonies.
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Participants enjoying food and drinks before start of the ceremonies.
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Takeshi Yokoyama (FCCJ), the individual winner congratulated by Stora Enso's Tuomo Kuuppo.
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Takeshi Yokoyama with his prizes.
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Hisako Noto (FCCJ), Second Best Net and winner of near pin at no. 5.
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Keizo Mori, Third Best Net and winner of the SCCJ Autumn Golf Cup, preented by SCCJ Chairman Stefan Gustafsson.
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Best Gross, Tomoichi Onishi (FCCJ), with a 87. Onishi was 11th in Best Net.
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Shared Second Best Gross, Sakari Romu (FCCJ), with a 88.. Romu was 16th in Best Net.
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Shared Second Best Gross, Eiji Takagi (SCCJ), with a 88. Takagi was 8th in Best Net.
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Shared Second Best Gross, Keizo Mori, (SCCJ), with a 88. Mori also won Longest Drive on No. 9 and Near Pin on No. 2
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Winner of the SCCJ Longest Drive trophy, Zane Inglis. He was 5th Best Net and also won Near Pin on No. 16.
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Tomonori Omoya, Near Pin Winner on No. 12. Omoya was 22nd in Best Net.
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Hiroaki Sugawara (FCCJ), Lucky Seven.
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Fourth Best Net, Yutaka Chiba (FCCJ).
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Sixth Best Net, Hiroaki Sakurai (FCCJ)
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Ninth Best Net, Carl-Gustav Eklund (SCCJ)
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Tenth Best Net, Tsuyoshi Hirao (SCCJ)
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Kimio Hashida (FCCJ) 12th, selected a pair of John Daly pants, which he promised to wear at the next event.
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No. 13. Atsushi Yamazaki (FCCJ).
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No. 14. Jan Sandström (SCCJ)
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No 15. Anders Peterson (SCCJ)
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No. 17. Hans Åke Henriksson (SCCJ)
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No. 18. Tuomo Kuuppo (FCCJ)
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No. 19. Hiroshi Kitamura (SCCJ)
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No. 20. Motoki Yoshihama (FCCJ)
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No. 21. Lars Vargö, Swedish Ambassador.
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No. 23. Gösta Tyrefors (SCCJ)
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No. 24. Stefan Gustafsson (SCCJ)
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No. 25. Nobuyuki Henmi (FCCJ)
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No. 26. Leif Nilsson (SCCJ)
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No. 27. Clas Bystedt (FCCJ)
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No. 28. Göran Edman (SCCJ)
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No. 29. Kenneth Gustavsson (SCCJ)
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No. 30. Takeshi Fujiwara (SCCJ)
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Leif Nilsson thanks the organizers
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The winners with the trophy, from left Best gross Tomoichi Onishi, Best Net Takeshi Yokoyama, Stora Enso Japan's Tuomo Kuuppo, Hiroaki Sakurai and 2nd Best Net Hisako Noto.
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