Camel Golf Club is a delightful 18-hole parkland golf course designed by Shigeru Itakai, located in the Chiba region of Japan, the course is around 50km from the Kisarazu interchange.
Measuring 6660-yard from the back tees, the course provides a strategic test of golf.
The 18-holes are beautifully laid out amongst towering trees, creating the perfect frame for each fairway.
Gently undulating, the lush fairways are always a pleasure to play from, with the rough being well-maintained the course is perfect for any level of golfer.
The addition of several lakes adds to the challenge the course poses, but without making it a demanding test of golf. In general, the aesthetics and incredible backdrops of jungle clad hill-sides make this a haven for wildlife and an idyllic setting from which you can enjoy a round of golf.
The practice facilities are superb, with a range, a short game area and a putting green that is maintained to the same exacting standards as the greens on the golf course.
As you would expect from a resort course the hotel and adjoining facilities are superb, with various accommodation options, dining options and additional activities that are available on-site.
A superb choice for those looking for a resort style holiday in the beautiful natural surroundings of Camel Golf.