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Mie (Kansai Region) golf courses

Mie prefecture in Japan is one of top regions in the country to play golf.  You could book a whole month to spend on a golf holiday In Mie and still leave having not played on every course.  The courses, in addition to the other sights, make Mie one of the best places in Japan to play golf.

Mei is part of the Kansai region on the main Honshu island and the capital city is called Tsu.  Mei is easy to reach from anywhere in Japan thanks to the Kintetsu or Japan Rail railway lines and you can pick these up from Nagoya, having used the Shinkansen Bullet Train from other parts of Honshu.

A must visit city when on a Mei golf holiday is the city of Ise, where you will find one of Japan’s holiest sites: the Ise Grand Shrine.  This is a Shinto complex inside Ise-Shima National Park and something not to be missed when staying in the prefecture.

Other scenic spots within Mei worth visiting include the Uga Valley in Suzuka Quasi-National Park, Doro Valley and Akame Shiju-hattaki Falls.  For those who have an interest in Formula 1, you can also see the Suzuka Circuit, which has a long history in motor sport.

As mentioned above, Mie is home to an abundance of golf courses, many of which have been created by Japanese designers.  Some of the top rated golf courses in Mie include Kintetsu Hamajima Golf Club, Golf Five Country Yokkaichi Course and Cocopa Resort Club, the latter of which is home to three tremendous golf courses.

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Cocopa Resort Club Hakusan Village Course

Price on application
Shoichi Suzuki
13827 yards | Parkland

The Hakusan Village Golf Course is part of the Cocopa resort Club and boasts superb accommodation and dining options, as well as two spectacular 18-hole golf courses.

 Set within the rolling Japanese countryside the Hakusan Village courses are built and maintained to championship tour standards, with both being recognised by the LPGA as one of their venues and a qualifying venue for the Japan Tour. 

The first of the two courses is the Kings Course. At 7095-yards the King course is the longer of the two although arguably the slightly easier.

Generous fairways are immaculately presented, it is like playing from your living room carpet, and are bordered by native trees and pristine white sand bunkers that provide form to the holes and a strategic obstacle.

Cocopa Resort Club Mie Hakusan Golf Course

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Shoichi Suzuki
7015 yards | Parkland

At 7035-yards the championship course of Mie Hakusan is a superb golfing facility that has all the traits a true championship course should have. Having undergone a renovation to new greens the course is better than ever and is continually evolving to become the best it can be.

Undulating fairways, elevation changes and spectacular views create an aesthetically pleasing course that is pleasurable to play for all handicap levels.

The hillside location is delightful and lends itself to wonderful hole designs and variety within the course.

Fairways are narrow and lie with trees creating the perfect frame to each hole and a character different from the rest.

Cocopa Resort Club Mie Phoenix Golf Course

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Nakamura
6846 yards | Parkland

Set in an area of around 1.3 million square metres in the beautiful countryside you will find the Mie Phoenix golf course.

As part of the Cocopa group MaiePhoenix is a resort style course, that would not look out of place in more tropical climes.

The course measures 6846-yards from the back tees and has a further 3 tee options from which you can choose to lay depending on your handicap level or the difficulty you wish to face.

Lush green fairways are lined with tropical palm trees that create an unusual course layout for the region and with the stunning blue skies and water hazards the contrast in colours is a feast for the eyes.

 

Golf 5 Country Yokkaichi Course

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Set in between Iono Lake to the east, Ise Bay to the south, Suzuka mountain to the west and the Yunoyama plateau to the north the Yokkaichi Golf course is blessed with incredible panoramic views that only add to the natural beauty of the golf course.

A heathland course that is reminiscent of the beautiful inland courses of the United Kingdom Yokkaichi Golf is a wonderfully laid out, taking complete advantage of the hillside location that it enjoys.

At 6959-yards from the back tees, Yokkaichi Golf offers a challenging layout, which due to a further 3 teeing grounds can be played by any level of golfer.

Wide and inviting the rolling fairways direct the golf ball down to gathering points, from which the approach shots can be played over gentle mounding that create fantastic optical illusions and require superb strategic planning to ensure you find the best position from which to attack this golf course.

Iga Golf Course

¥7,070 (THB2,181)
7070 ¥
Mano
0 yards | Parkland

There are many new golf courses emerging in Japan and it can be difficult to choose between the great selection when planning a Japanese golf holiday.  However, one of the older golf courses in Japan deserves your consideration and can be found near Iga, in the Mie Prefecture.

Iga Golf Course was established in 1964 and designed by Mano.  The closest major tourist town to Iga Golf Course is Nara and there is plenty of accommodation options there but in terms of an entry point, Osaka is the best bet.

Osaka International Airport accepts flights from the around the world is a great place to begin a Japanese golf holiday.  Within 90 minutes you can transfer from Osaka International Airport to Iga Golf Course.

Ise Country Club

¥14,800 (THB4,566)
14800 ¥
Seiichi Inoue
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Designed by a master craftsman Ise Golf Course has a layout that offers a unique challenge at every turn.

Designed by Seiichi Inoue, the Ise Course is considered to be the first course in Japan to use two greens per hole, which is still favoured by many clubs today.

Ise golf measures almost the same distance over 18-holes regardless of which you green you are playing to.

The course, ranked 19th in Japan is a good test of both mental and physical skill with the need for sensible shot making and at times power.

Rolling across the natural terrain the course has subtle elevation changes throughout and some very nasty run off areas if you do not find the fairways.

Kikyougaoka Golf Course

¥7,600 (THB2,344)
7600 ¥

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Kikyougaoka Golf Course is situated in a privileged setting on the slopes of the Mount Kuroyama and Muroyu Volcanoes.

As you would expect, Kikyougaoka Golf course is a hillside course, with plenty of native flora and fauna and sublime imagination combining to create a superb golf course that you must play if you are in the region.

Double greens are a feature here and depending on the green in play the holes can change dramatically, resulting in the sense of two separate golf courses.

A short course at 6560-yards from the back tees Kikyougaoka Golf course is a delight to play.  The 18-holes meander through the native jungle, providing a sense of “millionaires” golf as you rarely see another player as you are shrouded by the trees framing each hole.

Kintetsu Hamajima Country Club

¥9,500 (THB2,931)
9500 ¥

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Kintetsu Hamajima Country Club is a beautiful seaside resort that runs along the Ago Bay and the Pacific Ocean.

Being so close to the sea brings additional challenges for the golfer with unpredictable sea breezes changing throughout the day creating a totally unique experience every time you visit.

A mid-length course at 6824-yards from the back tees, Kintetsu Hamajima golf is a course of two halves that take complete advantage of the natural terrain on which they are built.

Having such a wonderful location allows for the front nine to weave through the native woodland, with sweeping fairways, gentle undulations, water hazards and beautiful white sand bunkers creating a sublime parkland layout, with superb greens and multiple challenges.

Kintetsu Kashikojima Country Club

¥12,500 (THB3,856)
12500 ¥
Osamu Ueda
0 yards | Parkland

Opened in 1975, the Shunsuke Kato designed Karuizawa Golf course lies 1300 metres above sea level.

The club enjoys two beautiful golf courses spread out across 2.2 million square meters of prime Japanese countryside.

A superb clubhouse stands century to the courses and houses all that any member or visiting golfer may require. Spacious locker and shower rooms, a large bar with terrace and a superb restaurant serving local cuisine. A well-stocked pro-shop and good practice facilities along with 87 western-style rooms to accommodate guests complete the off-course facilities.

Asama, the first of the two 18-hole courses measures 6941-yards from the back tees. It plays considerably shorter than its yardage due to its location.

 

 

Matsusaka Country Club

¥9,400 (THB2,900)
9400 ¥
Shozo Ozasa
6787 yards | Parkland

Designed by Shozo Kosasa Matsusaka Golf Club enjoys, as many in the region, double greens. The courses measure 6787-yards and 6746-yards depending on the green of the day.

Regardless of which green you are playing the course is wonderfully strategic.

Kosasa has created a masterpiece on the slopes of Mount Fuefuku making the most of the hilly and wooded terrain.

The holes are all individually created, with as much respect being shown to the native terrain and the natural path in which the hole have been carved.

Glistening ponds add to the tranquillity of the design and continues the traditional Japanese feel to the course which sits so close to the historic Matsusaka city.

Meihan Chisan Country Club

¥7,300 (THB2,252)
7300 ¥

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Meihan Chisan Country club, known locally as Nagasaki Chisan Club is a splendid selection of golf courses.

Offering 5 nine-hole loops the course is able to cater for every golfer type and a large number of golfers, although booking is advisable especially at weekends.

The first of the loops is the Aoyama loop, measuring 3488-yards from the back tees the course is characterised by narrow, rolling fairways, small, subtly undulating greens and beautiful ponds that create a tricky selection of holes.

Ali Inn, is the second loop of nine holes, generally paired with the Aoyama loop the characteristics of the course are similar, although the woodland is slightly less dense and encroaches a little less on the play. Measuring 3369-yards from the back tees the total for the 18-hole loop is 6987-yards.

Mie Country Club

¥9,800 (THB3,023)
9800 ¥
Yasuda Azukaten
6585 yards | Parkland

Mie Country club is set in the north of the Hokusei region of Japan.

The natural terrain of the area dictates the style of the course, but clever design and attention to detail have blended together seamlessly to create a course that sits perfectly within its natural environment.

At 6585-yards and a par of 72, the course is mid-length making it accessible to all golfers, as long as you choose the correct tee for your level of play.

Across the 18-hole layout the course is relatively flat with few elevation changes, making it ideal for beginners.

Nemu Golf Club

¥12,000 (THB3,702)
12000 ¥
Damien Pasukutsuo
0 yards | Parkland

Nemu Golf club recently underwent a major remodelling and is now a premium golfing destination in Japan.

Overlooking Agoga Bay the course is a wonderful mix of seaside splendour and woodland retreat.

The remodelling included the re-routing of the course, with holes being swapped to create a more flowing course layout.

At 6768-yards the course is not the longest you will come across, but the intricate design and the ever-changing sea-breezes will keep all golfers on their toes.

The fairways are a deep green colour and set against the beautiful blue sky create an amazing canvas, and the design of the holes sits perfectly upon it.

Suzuka Country Club

¥7,500 (THB2,314)
7500 ¥
Katou Fukuichi
0 yards | Parkland

If you are looking for a golf course that provides you with first-class service, first-class practice facilities and a prestigious golf course then you have to visit the Suzuka Country Club.

The clubhouse is superb, spacious, luxurious and built in harmony with the natural surroundings, you will be able to enjoy a superb post-round meal in the airy restaurant that serves local cuisine to the highest standard.

Practice facilities are great, a large driving range, putting and chipping greens and a golf studio where you can diagnose and analyse your swing.

Designed by Kato Kuichi the 54-holes are sublime, meandering through the beautiful native woodland.

The championship course is outstanding and a true test of golf. Measuring 7046-yards the course is set in the rolling woodland and demands everything from accuracy and length from the tee to a deft touch on and around the greens.

Tsu Country Club

¥11,000 (THB3,393)
11000 ¥
Masashi Ozaki and Kentaro Sato
7023 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 5.0 out of 5
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Tsu Country Club is stunning course that will test both your mental and physical game.

Measuring 7023-yards from the championship tees, the par 72 course has a stadium feel to it much like the famous US Open courses.  

Tsu Country Club has some very interesting design features which include the incredible brick-faced water hazards that create a wonderful visual impact, drawing the golfers eye to the water hazard.

Large and decorative the white sand bunkers break the vast amounts of green in the background and add another dimension to the superb design that is not only challenging, but aesthetically pleasing.

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