Dai-Takarazuka Golf Club is one of the oldest golf courses in the area daring back to 1926 when it started life as part of a sports club attached to a hotel.
The course has 36 holes and each of the nines has a different name – the most interesting holes on the Takarezuka nine is the par 4, 2nd with its small, heavily guarded green which requires great accuracy. The 8th is a driveable par 4 with a large pond in front of the green. The 3rd hole on the Nishinomiya nine is a difficult par 3 with OB along both sides and bunkers protecting the right side of the green. On the Ashiya ninethe 4th hole is a severe dogleg par 4 which is followed by a straightforward par 3. The 9th is a long par 5 with narrow fairways. The Rokko nine is probably the easiest of the four with no water hazards and fewer bunkers.