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Race to the CME Globe: 500 Points

 

Format: 72 holes

 

Purse: $2,000,000

 

Location: Seta Golf Course, Shiga, Japan

 

Par: 72

 

Yardage: 6,608 yds

 

History: This tournament started in 1973. In 2019, Ai Suzuki played the final two rounds bogie free to win her first LPGA tournament by three shots.

 

Coverage:

 

November 02: The Golf Channel 11:00 pm - 2:00 am (EDT)

November 03: The Golf Channel 11:00 pm - 2:00 am (EDT)

November 04: The Golf Channel 11:30 pm - 2:30 am (EDT)

November 05: The Golf Channel 10:30 pm - 1:30 am (EDT)

 

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Wow. 'Can't believe it's been 3 years since they've played this event. 

 

Looks like live (late night) coverage again. 

 

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49 minutes ago, No_Catchy_Nickname said:

 

Seeing as it's classic Toto, they really should play this tournament in Africa...

 

Actually, seeing as Toto are the main sponsors, I wish they'd hold the tournament in Fukuoka/Kitakyushu where their HQ is. That way, I'd be close enough to go and watch😁

 

I'm hoping for interesting "Water Features" that are commensurate with Toto's reputation as the innovative King of Toilets! (albeit ... this video from Paul Akers, at the Toto museum, suggests that the first washlet = a failed American invention, that was subsequently perfected by the Japanese!

 

Today i learnt some higher-end Toto models = often come with a "massage function"! )

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, JungleJimbo said:

 

I'm hoping for interesting "Water Features" that are commensurate with Toto's reputation as the innovative King of Toilets! (albeit ... this video from Paul Akers, at the Toto museum, suggests that the first washlet = a failed American invention, that was subsequently perfected by the Japanese!

 

Today i learnt some higher-end Toto models = often come with a "massage function"! )

 

 

 

 

 

I've been to that Toto museum. It really is the shi...nevermind.

 

No, I've actually been to it, and it's surprisingly interesting. 

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28 minutes ago, 18majors said:

 

Jeeno did it, she is #1 in the world as a teenager:

Women's World Golf Ranking

The YTD changes are particularly interesting.  Some players with big wins have obviously made big leaps up the ranking - Ashley Buhai  for example.  Others have made big moves up with overall steady good play - Lilia Vu and Andrea Lee.  And for someone like me who doesn’t know the KLPGA or JLPGA players, you can get an idea of who might make the next big splash on the LPGA.  And it seems that players don’t drop as precipitously (big word!) as they rise.

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53 minutes ago, BadgerLin said:

The YTD changes are particularly interesting.  Some players with big wins have obviously made big leaps up the ranking - Ashley Buhai  for example.  Others have made big moves up with overall steady good play - Lilia Vu and Andrea Lee.  And for someone like me who doesn’t know the KLPGA or JLPGA players, you can get an idea of who might make the next big splash on the LPGA.  And it seems that players don’t drop as precipitously (big word!) as they rise.

 

The KLPGA + JLPGA players stats are a bit inflated due to their season holding more events than the LPGA.  

 

Yewon Lee is one to keep an eye on (#40), she has 25 less events under her belt vs Su Ji Kim (#36) 

 

Ina Yoon is suspended 3 years (flair bias) otherwise she would be higher up there as well, I hope she takes a stab at Q school soon or plays on the LET next year. 

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1 hour ago, MagicClassic407 said:

Flair bias? Please explain the term. ty

 

She is my profile picture/flair

 

Her and Yewon were supposed to have an intense ROTY chase on the KLPGA, but Ina was subsequently banned for 3 years for knowingly playing the wrong ball at at event she missed the cut, and had no bearing on the outcome. Meanwhile Lexi Thompson adjusted her ball in a major and received a 4 stroke penalty. To say the KLPGA judgment is unfair is the understatement of the century. 

 

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10 hours ago, 18majors said:

 

Jeeno did it, she is #1 in the world as a teenager:

Women's World Golf Ranking

Last week JYK dropped 7.1 total points and Jeeno only dropped 3.0 so went to RR#1. She will need about 6 points from this tournament depending on how many points JYK loses this week to retain the RR#1. Looking at the field strength she will need at least another top 10 finish. 

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1 hour ago, Christen_The_Sloop said:

Might end up going to this thing on Thursday. I used to live across the river from the course. I’ve never played the north course, but the south and east are really fun tracks. They don’t have ob on both sides of every hole…

 

 

 

Of course, it's right next door to you, isn't it. If you have the opportunity, it'd be a shame not to go.

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On 10/31/2022 at 7:21 AM, Argonne69 said:

Race to the CME Globe: 500 Points

 

Format: 72 holes

 

Purse: $2,000,000

 

Location: Seta Golf Course, Shiga, Japan

 

Par: 72

 

Yardage: 6,608 yds

 

History: This tournament started in 1973. In 2019, Ai Suzuki played the final two rounds bogie free to win her first LPGA tournament by three shots.

 

Coverage:

 

November 02: The Golf Channel 11:00 pm - 2:00 am (EDT)

November 03: The Golf Channel 11:00 pm - 2:00 am (EDT)

November 04: The Golf Channel 11:30 pm - 2:30 am (EDT)

November 05: The Golf Channel 10:30 pm - 1:30 am (EDT)

 

Wasn't this a 3 round tournament last time and historically? 

 

Yuka Saso beat Atthaya Thitikul to a major, but not to world no. 1. Yuka plays the 2022 Toto Japan  Classic with new motivation but is narrowly defeated by Jeeno and a new rivalry is born.

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Wasn't this a 3 round tournament last time and historically? 

 

Yuka Saso beat Atthaya Thitikul to a major, but not to world no. 1. Yuka plays the 2022 Toto Japan  Classic with new motivation but is narrowly defeated by Jeeno and a new rivalry is born.

 

Yes, it was a three round event for years. The LPGA website is still showing it as a 54 hole event, but the TV schedule shows four days of coverage. 

 

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New World, Familiar Feeling at Toto LPGA Classic

31 Oct 2022

Ai Suzuki Trophy TOTO Japan Classic

Photo Credit: 2019 Getty Images


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Written By: Amy Rogers @TheAmyRogers

Amy Rogers is an award winning multimedia journalist and freelance writer who has covered professional golf since 2007. She is a contributor to LPGA.com in addition to the Golf Channel and BBC's coverage of the LPGA Tour.



A lot has changed around the world and in golf in the three years since the TOTO Japan Classic was last staged on the LPGA Tour.

In 2019, Jennifer Kupcho was just a rookie on tour, Minjee Lee had yet to win either of her two major championships, and Shanshan Feng was still competing. And the last time they teed it up at Seta Golf Course, all three finished inside the top 10, unable to chase down champion Ai Suzuki, who won by three strokes in her native Japan.

 

The TOTO Japan Classic celebrates its 45th playing this year and features a field of 42 players from the LPGA Tour and 36 from the Japan LPGA, who co-sanctions the event.

 

Nearly a dozen major champions make up the field which includes two-time major winner Minjee Lee, Hinako Shibuno, Jiyai Shin, and Anna Nordqvist. Atthaya Thitikul, the standout rookie this season who has won twice and leads the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year race, is the top-ranked player in the field at No. 1 in the Rolex Rankings.

 

The last time the TOTO Japan Classic was a part of the LPGA Tour’s schedule in 2019, Suzuki went bogey-free on the weekend to win in her native Japan. While the tournament wasn’t a part of the LPGA’s schedule in 2020 or 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tournament continued to be played as part of the Japan LPGA’s schedule. In 2020, Shin won for the third time and in 2021, Ayaka Furue, now a rookie on the LPGA Tour, won in her home country of Japan.

 

Furue is one of five former champions who are competing in Japan, including Shin (2020), Suzuki (2019), Nasa Hataoka (2018), and Momoko Ueda (2007, 2011). They are just a few of the impressive names to have won in the event’s history which dates back to 1973. A slew of World Golf Hall of Famers have hoisted the trophy in Japan including Amy Alcott (1979), Patty Sheehan (1981, 1988), Nancy Lopez (1982), Pat Bradley (1983), Betsy King (1992, 1993), Annika Sorenstam (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005) and Karrie Webb (2006).

 

Throughout the tournament’s history, the event has rotated to a variety of different venues in Japan. This season, the TOTO Japan Classic returns to Seta Golf Course for the 14th time and where it was first played in 1989. Located in Shiga, Japan, the course plays at just over 6,600 yards and to a par 72. The tournament is a sprint to the finish as it's played over just 72-holes, with no cut, with players competing for a $2 million dollar purse.

 

For the first time in three years, the TOTO Japan Classic will host the best female golfers on the planet and celebrate its 50th birthday. Through the years, the tournament has produced some of the biggest champions in the history of the game, and if the last five decades are any indication of what the future might hold for this beloved tournament, then, here’s to the much-anticipated return of the TOTO Japan Classic.

 
 

 

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Despite my recent successful picks, I don't have a feel for this one.  Been a while since I walked this course and my memory seems to be getting worse every week.

 

I'll take Nasa as the front runner.  She's played well of late and has home field advantage.

 

Dark horse this week is Pauline Roussin (she dropped the Bouchard).  She's been on a steady climb this year without a lot of flash.  A handful of lucky bounces or a hot putter streak and her year could have changed dramatically.  Former World #1 Amateur.

 

 

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8 hours ago, JungleJimbo said:

 

 

 

New World, Familiar Feeling at Toto LPGA Classic

31 Oct 2022

Ai Suzuki Trophy TOTO Japan Classic

Photo Credit: 2019 Getty Images


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Written By: Amy Rogers @TheAmyRogers

Amy Rogers is an award winning multimedia journalist and freelance writer who has covered professional golf since 2007. She is a contributor to LPGA.com in addition to the Golf Channel and BBC's coverage of the LPGA Tour.



A lot has changed around the world and in golf in the three years since the TOTO Japan Classic was last staged on the LPGA Tour.

In 2019, Jennifer Kupcho was just a rookie on tour, Minjee Lee had yet to win either of her two major championships, and Shanshan Feng was still competing. And the last time they teed it up at Seta Golf Course, all three finished inside the top 10, unable to chase down champion Ai Suzuki, who won by three strokes in her native Japan.

 

The TOTO Japan Classic celebrates its 45th playing this year and features a field of 42 players from the LPGA Tour and 36 from the Japan LPGA, who co-sanctions the event.

 

Nearly a dozen major champions make up the field which includes two-time major winner Minjee Lee, Hinako Shibuno, Jiyai Shin, and Anna Nordqvist. Atthaya Thitikul, the standout rookie this season who has won twice and leads the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year race, is the top-ranked player in the field at No. 1 in the Rolex Rankings.

 

The last time the TOTO Japan Classic was a part of the LPGA Tour’s schedule in 2019, Suzuki went bogey-free on the weekend to win in her native Japan. While the tournament wasn’t a part of the LPGA’s schedule in 2020 or 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tournament continued to be played as part of the Japan LPGA’s schedule. In 2020, Shin won for the third time and in 2021, Ayaka Furue, now a rookie on the LPGA Tour, won in her home country of Japan.

 

Furue is one of five former champions who are competing in Japan, including Shin (2020), Suzuki (2019), Nasa Hataoka (2018), and Momoko Ueda (2007, 2011). They are just a few of the impressive names to have won in the event’s history which dates back to 1973. A slew of World Golf Hall of Famers have hoisted the trophy in Japan including Amy Alcott (1979), Patty Sheehan (1981, 1988), Nancy Lopez (1982), Pat Bradley (1983), Betsy King (1992, 1993), Annika Sorenstam (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005) and Karrie Webb (2006).

 

Throughout the tournament’s history, the event has rotated to a variety of different venues in Japan. This season, the TOTO Japan Classic returns to Seta Golf Course for the 14th time and where it was first played in 1989. Located in Shiga, Japan, the course plays at just over 6,600 yards and to a par 72. The tournament is a sprint to the finish as it's played over just 72-holes, with no cut, with players competing for a $2 million dollar purse.

 

For the first time in three years, the TOTO Japan Classic will host the best female golfers on the planet and celebrate its 50th birthday. Through the years, the tournament has produced some of the biggest champions in the history of the game, and if the last five decades are any indication of what the future might hold for this beloved tournament, then, here’s to the much-anticipated return of the TOTO Japan Classic.

 
 

 

Copyright © LPGA 2022. All Rights Reserved.

 

 

A sprint to the finish as it's played over just 72-holes? Lol. Don't recall a tournament with more than four rounds.

 

 

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On 10/31/2022 at 10:19 PM, No_Catchy_Nickname said:

 

Seeing as it's classic Toto, they really should play this tournament in Africa...

This would give too much of an advantage to Esther Henseleit. She'd win it, as sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti, even though it doesn't scan.

 

 

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