Fuji-Xerox U.S.A. vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Championship
July 16 - 18 2008
Tokyo, Japan



Tokyo Golf Club

Tokyo, Japan  

Tournament Overview

The Fuji Xerox USA vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Championship is the longest running international collegiate golf event in the world. First held in 1975 at Narashino Country Club in Japan , the US-Japan matches have been held annually in cooperation with the Japanese Student Golf Association.

These matches feature outstanding men's and women's college players from the United States and Japan . Founded to help promote international goodwill through the game of golf, former U.S. players include Curtis Strange, Jay Haas, Peter Jacobsen, Brad Faxon, Juli Inkster, Davis Love III, Steve Stricker, Dottie Pepper, Todd Hamilton, David Toms, Ben Curtis, Bob Tway and Scott Verplank.

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