Rolling fairways, spectacular bunkers and large water hazards await you at the superb David Muirhead designed Shibayama Golf Club in Japan.
The course merges with the natural landscape perfectly and is testament to the qualities that Muirhead possesses as a golf course architect.
Measuring 5472-yards the par 72 course is short in comparison to other local courses, but the ingenious design has created a course which requires good shot making and accuracy rather than brute force.
The character of the course is created by the intimacy and tranquillity of the holes.
Gently undulating, following the contours of the surrounding landscape Shibayama Golf Club sits in harmony with nature and the addition of obstacles the course is a pleasure to play.
Fairways are rolling and perfectly manicured framed by white sand bunkers, water hazards and native trees.
The clever use of water hazards and bunkers continue the closer you get to the greens, making this short course tricky in places and a great course for all level of golfers.
The clubhouse is more than adequate and offers all the amenities and services that any golfer would expect to see from a clubhouse.