Set in the stunning Japanese countryside, Miki Yokawa Golf Club enjoys a privileged setting.
Designed by Robert Murashima the course enjoys 27-holes with a total par of 72.
The course has a rather interesting concept in that it has 2 greens for each hole which is actually a fairly good idea for preserving and maintaining the greens to the highest possible standards throughout the season.
Each 9-hole loop offers a different challenge and cater for every level of golfer, while still being enjoyable for all.
The East lop of 9 measures around 3300-yards, depending on which green you are playing and is by far the easiest of the course and is ideal for beginners and juniors.
At around 3420-yards the central course is a long hitters ideal course with wide inviting fairways and large landing areas, again making it ideal for all level of golfer.
The third and final loop is the West Course, with large undulating greens and some of the most uniquely designed bunkers you will encounter anywhere. The picturesque 7th is a delightful hole made all the more difficult by the addition of water.
The practice facilities are small, but adequate for warming up before your round or sharpening your short game.
Clubhouse facilities are good and as you would expect.