Beginning with the East Course, this is a beautiful set of 9 holes and a great example of how the trees and lakes are used at Reiho Golf Club. This is a highly strategic golf course with narrow fairways, bunkers and water hazards to avoid. The par-4 8th hole is a good example and following a tee shot over water, you must negotiate three bunkers on the way to the green.
Moving to the Inside Course and this is considered by many as being the perfect golf course to register a low score at Reiho Golf Club. It offers a very basic design and gives players every chance to come away with a good score but that doesn't mean it is easy. The Inside Course has very little in the way of water to contend with but each of the holes is surrounded by trees so anything off target could be left in a difficult situation.
The final set of 9 holes at Reiho Golf Club is called West Course. In terms of the view, this course is very difficult to beat and you can see the Suzuka Mountain Range in all its glory while playing the 9 holes. This is the latest addition to Reiho Golf Club and the idea is that you can see the pin from every tee position on the course, promoting attacking play. However, some of the fairways are narrow and the greens are well protected by bunkers, so accuracy on approach is important.
There is no doubting the high quality of the golf courses at Reiho Golf Club and this extends to the clubhouse. A restaurant boasting mountain views is available following a round and the facilities also include a practice area which opened in July 2018. Having been established in 1975, Reiho Golf Club continue to expand and improve what they have to offer and it is a great place to play golf in Japan.