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COUNTRY CLUB OF THE PACIFIC TURNS 50

CCP still going strong after five decades

PRESS RELEASE – The Country Club of the Pacific (CCP) announced the winners of its 50th Anniversary Golf Classic invitational tournament on Saturday, December 2. First place men’s low gross was won by Stussy Shimizu with a score of 74, and first place women’s low gross was won by Tessie Blair with a score of 90.

“This invitational golf tournament was a commemorative celebration of CCP’s 50th anniversary, a significant milestone for the country club,” said Ben Ferguson, Senior Managing Director of P.H.R. Ken Micronesia, Inc. “For five decades, CCP has been Guam’s premiere and most challenging golf course for both residents and visitors alike. We will continue to embrace the Håfa Adai spirit as we provide our customers with a unique golf experience. We thank our customers for their continued loyalty throughout the years and congratulate all the winners.”

The CCP 50th Anniversary Golf Classic provided an Individual Callaway scoring format for men and women. CCP hosted this year’s tournament in celebration of their 50th anniversary in Guam. Jonathan Cramer, CCP General Manager, added, “The team at CCP has done a great job preparing the course for a challenging day of golf. We appreciate the support from P.H.R. Ken Micronesia and Ambros in making the tournament memorable for all.”

CCP also announced additional winners during their anniversary banquet at the CCP Clubhouse following the tournament:

WomenLow Gross: Tessie Blair1st Low Net: Annie Lee2nd Low Net: Keum Ran Choi3rd Low Net: Mina Manibusan MenLow Gross: Stussy Shimizu1st Low Net: Mike Bautista2nd Low Net: Stussy Shimizu3rd Low Net: TJ HubertClosest to the Pin Hole #2: Ray Quintanilla Hole #12: Ho Suk Moon Longest Drive Men: Mike Bautista Women: Deniece Hoya 

CCP thanks the event’s presenting sponsors – P.H.R. Ken Micronesia, Inc., and Ambros Inc., who provided complimentary food and beverages throughout the course.

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About Country Club of the Pacific

The Country Club of the Pacific (CCP) is a landmark heritage golf course on Guam that was founded in 1973 and designed by renowned Japanese golf course architects Seizo Tomizawa and Hirochika Tomizawa. The breathtaking 18-hole golf course seamlessly incorporates the beauty of the surrounding landscape with stunning ocean views on virtually every hole. CCP prides itself on providing golfers with a golf experience that is scenically beautiful yet provides golfers the unparalleled convenience of driving directly to their ball in the fairway. The unique and lovely Zoysia fairways are some of the finest on the island, draining very efficiently, and allowing for playable lies and true ball roll. CCP is currently open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information or to make reservations, visit ccp-guam.com or call 671-789-1361.

About P.H.R. Ken Micronesia, Inc.

P.H.R. Ken Micronesia, Inc. is part of the Ken Corporation group (Ken Corp), which was established as a high-end real estate company in 1972 and planted roots in Micronesia with the purchase of Aqua Resort Club in Saipan in 2004 and Pacific Islands Club in Guam in 2005. Since then, it has added five additional hotels and a golf course to its Micronesia portfolio—Rihga Royal Laguna Guam Resort, Hilton Guam Resort & Spa, Hyatt Regency Guam, Hotel Nikko Guam, The Tsubaki Tower, and Country Club of the Pacific. The Ken Corporation Group has 27 hotels in Japan (2 are in development currently) and 9 hotels in the United States, Guam, and Saipan. As its acquisitions increased, so has its commitment to supporting Guam and Micronesia’s tourism industry. The company’s PHR Club (Premier Hotel & Restaurants Club), is Guam’s most upscale membership club, offering exclusive hotel, golf, spa and food and beverage benefits. The company also established its subsidiary P.H.R. Technical Services, Inc., in April 2012 to provide an unprecedented level of technical maintenance, service and repairs for its customers locally.

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