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Okinawa Golf Escape

Okinawa may come as a surprise to many people looking to book a golf holiday to Japan as it is much different the main sights in and around Tokyo.  Okinawa prefecture is a group of more than 150 islands in the East China Sea, between Japan’s mainland and Taiwan.

This islands are known for their tropical climate, so if you want to enjoy a round of golf in Okinawa, there is a good chance you will play in nice weather.

The Atta Terrace golf resort set against the backdrop of the superb East China Sea. Measuring 6925-yards the par 72 course sits wonderfully in its natural environment, flowing gracefully over the undulating terrain and weaving effortlessly through the native woodland.  The course will test the best golfers with fairways that narrow the further down the hole you dare to go.

Chura Orchard Golf Club opened for play in 1970 and is one of the most established golf courses on the island. Situated on the coast you can enjoy lovely views of the East China Sea during a round of golf as the ocean provides the backdrop to several holes.

PGM Golf Resort opened in April 2017 following a series of renovations which have made a huge difference to the playing experience at this venue.  There are three sets of 9 holes, making the golf course 27 holes in total and you combine any two sets of 9 holes to make a complete round of golf.  The three individual sets of 9 holes have been named Hibiscus Course, Deigo Course and Bougainvillea Course.

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Okinawa Golf Escape

5 Nights / 3 Rounds
Atta Terrace Golf Resort Chura Orchard Golf Resort PGM Golf Resort Okinawa

Okinawa may come as a surprise to many people looking to book a golf holiday to Japan as it is much different the main sights in and around Tokyo.  Okinawa prefecture is a group of more than 150 islands in the East China Sea, between Japan’s mainland and Taiwan.

This islands are known for their tropical climate, so if you want to enjoy a round of golf in Okinawa, there is a good chance you will play in nice weather.

The Atta Terrace golf resort set against the backdrop of the superb East China Sea. Measuring 6925-yards the par 72 course sits wonderfully in its natural environment, flowing gracefully over the undulating terrain and weaving effortlessly through the native woodland.  The course will test the best golfers with fairways that narrow the further down the hole you dare to go.

Chura Orchard Golf Club opened for play in 1970 and is one of the most established golf courses on the island. Situated on the coast you can enjoy lovely views of the East China Sea during a round of golf as the ocean provides the backdrop to several holes.

PGM Golf Resort opened in April 2017 following a series of renovations which have made a huge difference to the playing experience at this venue.  There are three sets of 9 holes, making the golf course 27 holes in total and you combine any two sets of 9 holes to make a complete round of golf.  The three individual sets of 9 holes have been named Hibiscus Course, Deigo Course and Bougainvillea Course.

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Itinerary

Day 1:  Arrival

After arriving at Naha International Airport transfer to the Naha Tokyu Rei Hotel which takes aroud 10 minutes.
Official check in time is 15:00 onward - early check is NOT guaranteed.

Day 2: Golf at The Atta Terrace Golf Resort

Play golf at Atta Terrace golf resort set against the backdrop of the superb East China Sea.

Day 3: Golf at Chura Orchard Golf Club

Chura Orchard Golf Club is one of the most established golf courses on the island. Situated on the coast you can enjoy lovely views of the East China Sea as the ocean provides the backdrop to several holes.

Day 4: Full Day Sightseeing

A full day exploring Okinawa - highlights include:  Nirai Kanai Bridge to enjoy a great view of the Pacific Ocean with Kudaka Island and Komaka Island. Next, visit Sefa Utaki – one of the key locations of worship in the religion of the Ryukyuan people for millennia. Next, you will go to Okinawa Outlet Mall “ASHIBINAA” today which has modern streets full of world-famous branded items at amazing prices. Lastly, enjoy exploring Kokusai-Dori Street - this is Naha's main street.

Day 5: Golf at PGM Golf Resort Okinawa

Play golf at PGM Golf Resort with its enviable location on the coast offering tremendous views of the East China Sea, the Harukabu Peninsula and Ie Island.

Day 6: Departure

Check out of your hotel and transfer to Naha Airport for your flight home

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Naha Tokyu Rei Hotel

Naha Tokyu Rei Hotel


Rooms: 215
Naha Tokyu REI Hotel is the perfect choice for travelers looking to take in the sights and sounds of Okinawa. Guests can enjoy easy access to everything the lively town has to offer from here. Ryubo, Washita Shop Kokusai Dori Honten and Nah. Read more...
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The Atta Terrace Golf Resort

The Atta Terrace Golf Resort


Designer:
Attention to detail is the delight here, with the inclusion of bunkers in exactly the right place to draw the golfers eye and add danger where needed. If a bunker is not in the way the designer has positioned water hazards with the same exa. Read more...
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Chura Orchard Golf Club Green

Chura Orchard Golf Club


Designer: Asami, Takemura
The main island in Okinawa, Japan is home to several top golf courses. The subtropical climate makes Okinawa a great place to play golf throughout the year. The winter temperatures remain mild and is the perfect time for a golf holiday in t. Read more...
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PGM Golf Resort Okinawa

PGM Golf Resort Okinawa


Designer: Keiji Matsuyama / Isao Aoki
The warm climate makes Okinawa are prime choice for a golf holiday in Japan.  Okinawa is a Japanese Prefecture which includes over 150 islands in the East China Sea.  The stunning beaches and coral reefs attract visitors from all . Read more...
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