Trump, Abe Enjoying Golf, Sumo

Trump, Abe enjoying golf, sumo

US President Donald Trump is spending a full day with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday, ahead of their summit on Monday.

Trump arrived at a Tokyo airport on Saturday for his four-day visit to Japan. He is Japan's first state guest in the new Reiwa era. His previous visit to Japan as president was in November 2017.

Trump To Play Golf, Watch Sumo On Sunday With Abe

Trump to play golf, watch sumo on Sunday with Abe

US President Donald Trump is scheduled to spend a full day with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday, ahead of their summit on Monday.

Trump arrived at a Tokyo airport on Saturday for his four-day visit to Japan. He is Japan's first state guest in the new Reiwa era. His previous visit to Japan as president was in November 2017.

Golf/ Nasa Hataoka Wins Kia Classic For 3rd Lpga Tour Win

GOLF/ Nasa Hataoka wins Kia Classic for 3rd LPGA Tour win

CARLSBAD, California--Nasa Hataoka won the Kia Classic on Sunday at Aviara Golf Club for her third victory in her last 16 LPGA Tour starts.

The 20-year-old Japanese player closed with a 5-under 67 for a three-stroke victory over playing partner Inbee Park, top-ranked Sung Hyun Park, Jin Young Ko, Azahara Munoz and Danielle Kang.

Nintendo Switch Consoles Are Hiding A Copy Of Nes 'golf' Game

Nintendo Switch Consoles Are Hiding A Copy Of NES 'Golf' Game

 

The Nintendo Switch is Nintendo’s latest console, but yet for some reason, it seems that every copy of the console that has been released to date is hiding a copy of the NES game, "Golf", or at least that seems to be what the folks over at SwitchBrew.org (via ArsTechnica) have recently discovered.

It doesn’t seem like the title can be easily accessed by just about anyone, so its existence on the Switch is unclear. It also appears that this isn’t just a coincidence as further investigation has revealed that the NES game was designed specifically to be compatible with the Switch, and that it will even support motion controls using the Joy-Con.

Olympic Golf Setting To Permit Female Members

Olympic golf scene to permit female individualsA golf club assigned as the scene for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics has chosen to permit ladies to wind up distinctly full individuals. Kasumigaseki Country Club has been a male-just green since its opening in 1929.
Board individuals consistently voted in favor of ladies to wind up individuals at a meeting at the club house in Kawagoe City, north of Tokyo. They consented to change the decide that confined the participation to men.

Golf: Matsuyama Up To 4th In World Rankings, Equals Japanese High

Golf: Matsuyama up to 4th in world rankings, equals Japanese highHideki Matsuyama moved up a place to fourth in the world golf rankings released Sunday, matching the highest ever position by a Japanese male player.
Matsuyama did not play in the latest event on the tour but he replaces Sweden's Henrik Stenson in fourth place. He ties compatriot Tsuneyuki Nakajima as the highest-ranked Japanese player. Nakajima reached fourth in 1987.