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Osaka golf courses

Osaka is the second largest metropolitan region in Japan after Tokyo. Osaka City is the capital city of Osaka Prefecture and located on the island of Honshu, close to Kyoto and Kobe. As the city is situated on the coast, it developed into an important regional port and is now one of the major financial centres of Japan.

Osaka Is very easy to reach thanks to Kansai International Airport, Osaka International Airport and an extensive network of railway lines. This includes the JR West Urban Network which links many of the other major Japanese cities.

There are several top attractions to enjoy in Osaka, including Universal Studios, Osaka Aquarium, Osaka Castle, Museum of History, Shitennoji Temple and many other historical buildings. However, one of the main reasons for staying in Osaka is the great selection of golf courses.

You do not have to travel far outside the city before coming across some of the best golf courses available in Japan. Ibaraki Country Club is a good example and this golf club is close to the city and home to 36 holes, split into two 18 hole golf courses which offer a different challenge. Another great example of a highly rated golf course in this region of Japan is Kanku Classic Golf Club. Just an hour outside Osaka City, the course is surrounded by trees which makes for a great environment to enjoy a round of golf.

Osaka offers so much for visitors to see and do, plus a wide range of golf courses that it is fast becoming a leading destination for those planning a golf holiday In Japan.

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4 Golf Course Results

Ibaraki Kokusai Golf Club

¥21,200 (THB6,540)
21200 ¥
Sato, Ueda
6312 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 3.9 out of 5
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Ibaraki Kokusai Golf Club has a long history having been established in 1960. The golf course is located in Shukunosho, Ibaraki-shi. It is close to Osaka and makes for a comfortable day trip from the city to play golf.

The golf course at Ibaraki Kokusai Golf Club boasts 27 holes and have enjoyed a complete renovation between 2010 under 2013. A new clubhouse was constructed in the 2016 and the restaurant has a 270-degree panoramic view of Osaka City.

Kanku Classic Golf Club

¥18,000 (THB5,553)
18000 ¥

6528 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 3.5 out of 5
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You do not have to travel far to the south of Osaka City to find Kanku Golf Club. This golf course opened for play in 1995 and it takes just one hour to reach from Osaka by car and is only 20 minutes away from Kansai International Airport.

Kanku Golf Club is an 18 hole, par-72 golf course featuring two large lakes and several smaller ponds. There are three tee positions to choose from on each hole and the course plays to 6,528 yards from the back tees, 5,927 yards from the regular tees and 5,243 yards from the ladies tees.

Kansai Kuko Golf Club

¥20,300 (THB6,262)
20300 ¥
Unknown
6310 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
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Kansai Kuko Golf Club is just 50 minutes from the centre of the city and 45 minutes from Kansai airport.  Although the course is quite short, there are still plenty of challenges and the fairways and greens are in excellent condition.  The pick of the holes on the front nine is the par-4 seventh which has a water hazard along the left and a heavily bunkered green.   On the inward nine, the par-4 twelfth is a severe dog leg with large bunker complexes near the green and the fourteenth is an interesting par-3 with a large pond stretching from tee to green.  A very exciting par-4 to finish with an island green totally surrounded by water.  

Osaka Golf Club

¥16,500 (THB5,090)
16500 ¥
Osamu Ueda
6402 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 5.0 out of 5
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Osaka Golf Club was established in 1937 and is a championship course designed by Osamu Ueda.  The course is renowned as being one of the most difficult courses in Japan partly because it is located beside the sea and is often affected by the prevailing winds.  There are plenty of elevation changes and many of the greens have two tiers which makes putting very difficult if you get in the wrong position.  Club selection on the par-3s is especially challenging when the wind blows.

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