Limpid Waters in Stands of Regal Trees
Taking full advantage of the characteristically level topography of the Kanto Plain, this 18-hole course positions bent greens among traditional Japanese groves. The setting of each hole is as lovely as painting, and the strategically demanding overall layout is highly challenging. Displays in the clubhouse of paintings and prints like “Clear Autumn” and “Moonlight” by Tatsuya Ishiodori, famous for being in charge of the cover illustrations of the ten-volume modern-language version of the Tale of Genji by Jakusho Setouchi establish links between the course and the elegant world of Japanese beauty.
|Opened:||April 2, 2002|
|Course:||18 holes (6,983 yards, par 72)|
|JGA Course Rating:||72.5|
|Supplemental facilities:||Practice ranges (16 teeing stalls, 270 yards, approach practice and bunker practice)|