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A-Brand Golf Club

2358-1, Noboricho, Yoichi-cho, Yoichi-gun Hokkaido 046-0002
Hokkaido, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

A-Brand Golf Club

The glorious hotel looks out over beautiful fairways and a sparkling manicured golf course. Here is a time of deep peace, immersing the mind and body to nature, and the spirit to the challenge of the course. This stunning resort will captivate you both on and off the course.

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Daihakone Country Club

1246 Sengokubara
Kanagawa, JAP, 250-0631
Japan

Region: Japan

Daihakone Country Club

Spread out on the majestic Sengokuhara plain against the background of the broad mountains of the outer rim of Hakone Crater, the Daihakone Country Club offers 18 handmade holes landscaped with truly unique individuality. A notable feature of the course is the hole No.17 known as the Lotus flower a very difficult hole surrounded by tricky bunkers.

Spread out on the majestic Sengokuhara plain against the background
of the broad mountains of the outer rim of Hakone Crater,
the Daihakone Country Club offers 18 handmade holes landscaped with truly unique individuality.
A notable feature of the course is the hole No.17 known
as the “Lotus flower” a very difficult hole surrounded by tricky bunkers.

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Fukui Golf Club

Fukui Niseko-cho Abuta-gun, Hokkaido
Hokkaido, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Fukui Golf Club

A sister course to the Niseko Village layout, Fukui is strikingly different because of the numerous elevation changes as you wind your way around the course. Designed by legendary US player, Arnold Palmer, it is noted for its deep rough and out-of-bounds on almost every hole. Consequently, many players choose to tackle the course from the shorter white tees, measuring 6306 yards. A special feature is the quartet of long par-3s, the shortest being the 189-yard downhill second hole, with two others measuring 214 yards and 239 yards respectively!

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Hakone Country Club

1245 Sengokuhara
Hakone, JAP, 2500631
Japan

Region: Japan

Hakone Country Club

Set in the middle of picturesque Hakone Highland, the club is uniquely gifted with a surprisingly vast variety of fauna and flora as well as the hot springs that the region is famous for. The club was founded in 1954 and was designed by Shiro Akahoshi, a renowned golf architect in Japan, who inherited golf design philosophy from Alister MacKenzie. The course has hosted the Japan Women?s Open in 2002 as well as other premier tournaments.

Set in the middle of picturesque Hakone Highland, the club is uniquely gifted with a surprisingly vast variety of fauna and flora as well as the hot springs that the region is famous for.

 

The club was founded in 1954 and was designed by Shiro Akahoshi, a renowned golf architect in Japan, who inherited golf design philosophy from Alister MacKenzie.

 

The course has hosted the Japan Women’s Open in 2002 as well as other premier tournaments.

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Hirono Golf Club

Hyogo Prefecture
Shijimicho Hirono, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Hirono Golf Club

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Kasumigaseki Country Club

50-1175 Saitama Prefecture
Kawagoe, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Kasumigaseki Country Club

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Kawana Golf Course- Fuji

1459 Kawana
Ito City Shizuoka, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Kawana Golf Course- Fuji

Kawana Hotel Golf Course has 2 golf courses, Oshima Course and Fuji Course. The 2 courses are built along the shore and are nice just to walk the course and enjoy the great view of the ocean and Mt. Fuji in the distance.

Kawana Hotel Golf Course has 2 golf courses, Oshima Course and Fuji Course.
The 2 courses are built along the shore and are nice just to walk the course and enjoy the great view of the ocean and Mt. Fuji in the distance.

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Naruo Golf Course

666-0155 Hyogo
Kawanishi, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Naruo Golf Course

The eighteen holes at Naruo were carved out of the landscape in an age before bulldozers and power shovels. The course was built by the labour of thousands of men. Incorporating the setting’s natural topology, the course has been artistically laid out as an inspiration to everyone who comes to play the course.

Each of the 18 holes has its own unique character. Especially distinctive of the Naruo course are the four par-3 holes, which generally have an elevated green guarded by deep bunkers, highlighting the natural features of the landscape.

The overall design requires a player to interact with the course to reach the green. The bunkers, designed under the supervision of Charles Hugh Alison, present the final barrier. Once the barriers are finally overcome the golfer is able to stand upon the green. The greens are of the highest quality korai grass, maintaining the “original and classic” principle that is the pride of Naruo.

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Niseko Village Golf Club

Higashiyama-Onsen, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido 048-1592, Japan
Hokkaido, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Niseko Village Golf Club

Resort golf at its best in the stunning Niseko Resort, this par 73 and 6,845 yard course is suited to all levels of golfers. It is located adjacent to Hilton Niseko Village.

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Oarai Golf Course

8231-1 Isohama
Oarai-machi, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Oarai Golf Course

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Phoenix Country Club

3083 Hamayama
Miyazaki City, JAP, 880-0122
Japan

Region: Japan

Phoenix Country Club

One of the top 100 courses in world, one of the top 3 courses in Japan, and the site of the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament since 1974, the Phoenix Country Club is located within the Phoenix Seagaia Resort, on the Hitotsuba Pacific Coast.

One of the top 100 courses in world, one of the top 3 courses in Japan, and the site of the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament since 1974, the Phoenix Country Club is located within the Phoenix Seagaia Resort, on the Hitotsuba Pacific Coast. Lined by pine groves and lusciously designed, the beauty of this course is matched only by its excitement. Challenge yourself on this engaging, fascinating course.

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Rusutsu River Course

13 Izumikawa, Rusutsu-mura, Abuta-gun, Hokkaidō
Hokkaido, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Rusutsu River Course

Rusutu's River Course is spectactularly pretty. Supervised in design by Curtis Strange, at 6,107 yards it is highly enjoyable par 72 layout. One of 4 courses at Rusutu Resort, the property boasts a wealth of outdoor activity including tennis, rafting, mountain biking, fishing, horse riding and more, plus all the indoor trimmings and luxury of a first class resort.

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Taiheiyo Club (Gotemba Course)

Naganohara-machi
Karuizawa, JAP, 377-1412
Japan

Region: Japan

Taiheiyo Club (Gotemba Course)

Beautifully decorated the clubhouse offers both members and visitors a complete service, with bar and restaurant facilities catering for your culinary needs before or after the round. Plush locker-rooms and a well-stocked pro-shop complete the clubhouse experience. Once onto the course the quality continues, with knowledgeable caddies on hand to offer advice and a course presented to the exacting standards demanded by the Taiheiyo group.

Beautifully decorated the clubhouse offers both members and visitors a complete service, with bar and restaurant facilities catering for your culinary needs before or after the round. Plush locker-rooms and a well-stocked pro-shop complete the clubhouse experience.

Once onto the course the quality continues, with knowledgeable caddies on hand to offer advice and a course presented to the exacting standards demanded by the Taiheiyo group.

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Tokyo Golf Club

1, Hanazono, Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun Hokkaido
Hokkaido, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Tokyo Golf Club

When you think of Hokkaido it usually brings up images of pristine powder snow topped mountains and vast flat wide open expanses, but when the snowfields turn to green meadows, golf takes center stage and the people here trade in their boards for sticks. Situated at 43degrees N latitude Niseko is as mild in summer as southern Portland Oregon in the U.S., "Eugene" to be exact! And when you look eastward towards Europe on the same parallel, guess what? Nice and Monaco!!... It's even south of the Bordeaux wine region in France!! This makes for average summer temperatures of a comfortable, dry 21.7 degrees C. even in August when the rest of Japan is cooking! Niseko is, with out a doubt, a four season resort poised to become an international destination and potentially the first Whistler quality resort in Asia!

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Tokyo Golf Course

1984 Kashiwabara
Sayama City, JAP
Japan

Region: Japan

Tokyo Golf Course

Tokyo Golf Club originated from a proposal by Junnosuke Inoue (later to become vice president of the club) in 1913 to found a golf club of and by Japanese nationals (heretofore all golf clubs in Japan were founded by expatriate foreign residents). Inoue learned to play golf in New York in the late Meiji era.

Tokyo Golf Club originated from a proposal by Junnosuke Inoue (later to become vice president of the club) in 1913 to found a golf club of and by Japanese nationals (heretofore all golf clubs in Japan were founded by expatriate foreign residents). Inoue learned to play golf in New York in the late Meiji era. And his proposal for a new golf club, made after his return from New York, received full support from Aisuke Kabayama (later to become vice president) and Shinjuro Arakawa, and with the participation of additional investors, Tokyo Golf Club opened in Komazawa, Tokyo in 1914. Many golf lovers, Japanese as well as foreign residents, gathered at the Komazawa course, and the golf club was to play a key role in the development of golf in Japan.

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About the Destination

Japan is a country of surprises, formality, exemplary manners, reliable cars, sumo wrestling, sushi, and golf.

The Japanese people are proud of their four seasons which can be quite extreme in terms of weather conditions. This is why many Japanese courses have dual greens, one for summer and one for winter.

Japan consists of four main islands, Hokkaido in the north, Honshu the main island, Shikoku and the southernmost Kyushu. Additionally, there are many smaller islands, notably Okinawa.

There are more golf courses in Japan than the rest of Asia put together. With nearly 2,500 courses (and many more driving ranges) the Japanese are serious golf lovers and they have build some of the world's finest courses.

The entire tapestry and the full legacy of Japanese golf courses is mysteriously inviting and something every keen golfer should experience a number of times to fully appreciate.