Although the clubhouse is not as modern as some, the facilities are adequate for any visiting golfer, with locker rooms and shower facilities, a well/stocked professional shop and bar area if you do decide not to try the Japanese cuisine.
Practice facilities are good, with two putting greens, a chipping and pitching green and a large grass practice area which is a real delight to practice from.
Re-designed by Japanese architect Kato Yoshikazu, the course underwent extensive renovation and this has dramatically improved the test that the course offers golfers.
Numerous water hazards come into play on a number of holes, adding more difficulty to the course and adding to the aesthetics of the golf course, which before could have been deemed lacking.
In general, the fairways are wide and inviting, making this an ideal golf course for those that are not so accurate from the tee, and opening up the course for the opportunity to score well when you visit.
The addition of various waste areas, some incredibly large and intimidating, completes the remodelling undertaken and only adds to the difficulty of the golf course, especially from the back tees.
Arguably the standout hole, comes at the last, a par 5 which can be attacked by the longer players. At just 462-yards the par 5 is short, but full of danger and it is this variability that creates a truly memorable finishing hole where games can be won or lost.