Greater Tokyo

Daiatsugi Country Club

One of the most extensive golf courses in the Tokyo metropolitan area, the Daiatsugi Country Club, features 45 holes. Located about 50 kilometers (about 30 miles) west of Tokyo’s center and takes only an hour to get there.

Its famed main course was opened in 1970 with 27 holes. Building on its success, the Sakura Course opened in 1980 with an additional 18 holes.

As the name suggests, the Daiatsugi Country Club is a members’ club. However, visitors are welcome to use the restaurants, lockers, shower facilities, and shops in both courses’ clubhouses.

Main course

Overview

Holes
27 holes, par 109

Greens
2, using Penncross Creeping Bentgrass

Distance
10,515 yards (back tee), 9,695 yards (regular tee)
USGA/JGA Course Rates
  • 71.0 (East & West)
  • 69.9 (West & South)
  • 70.3 (South & East)

Features

  • East Course: Spacious championship course
  • West Course: A hilly course with a wide variety of terrain
  • South Course: A mountainous course where you can enjoy nature at the foot of the Tanzawa Mountains
  • Driving Range: 45 yards, 7 runs
  • Putting Practice Greens: 3 locations
  • Carts/Caddies: 5-seater passenger carts with GPS navigation are available for use. Optional caddies are available.
  • Scenery: If the weather is fine, this course offers excellent views of Yokohama, Sagami Plains, and Sagami Bay in the distance.
Sakura course

Overview

Holes
18 holes, Par 72

Greens
2, using Penncross Bentgrass

Distance
6,576 yards (back tee), 6,217 yards (regular tee)

USGA/JGA Course Rates
70.1 (back tee), 68.3 (regular tee)

Features

  • Outer Course: A hilly course
  • Inner Course: A flat and wide forest course
  • Driving Range: 250 yards, 14 runs
  • Approach Driving Range: Available
  • Putting Practice Greens: 2 locations
  • Carts/Caddies: 5-seater passenger carts with GPS navigation are available for use. Optional caddies are available.
  • Scenery: In spring, when the cherry blossoms (sakura) are in full bloom, the course is incredibly beautiful. There is excellent lighting, so you can continue playing after dark.

Notes

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