The Rokko Course, part of the Taiheiyo Club is an example of how golf courses should be designed.
An exquisite “tudor-style” mansion clubhouse is ready to welcome you with open arms and a delectable smile from staff.
Beautifully decorated the clubhouse offers both members and visitors a complete service, with bar and restaurant facilities catering for your culinary needs before or after the round. Plush locker-rooms and a well-stocked pro-shop complete the clubhouse experience.
Once onto the course the quality continues, with knowledgeable caddies on hand to offer advice and a course presented to the exacting standards demanded by the Taiheiyo group.
Designed by Seizo Tomizawa and opened for play in 1975, Taiheiyo Roko Course is a 7067-yards from the back tees, with a par of 72.
From the very first tee, the golfer’s strategic prowess is challenged, and this is no more apparent than the truly world-class finishing hole, and what legendary Japanese golfer Jumbo Ozaki believes to be “the most beautiful hole in Japan.”
The long, generous fairways give the course a distinctive feel from many local courses, but do not let this distract you from the difficulty of the holes.
Numerous water hazards are present, increasing the difficulty, none more so than the 3 lakes that adorn the finishing hole.
Imposing white sand bunkers stand guard over the large, undulating greens that will test your touch.
Taiheiyo Rokko is a must play course if you are visiting Japan.