Kagoshima Airport 36 Country Club
Chen Ching-Po is a professional golfer representing Taiwan. He was selected 11 times to represent Taiwan in the Canada Cup from 1956 to 1966, won the Japan Open Golf Championship in 1959, participated in the Masters for six consecutive years from 1963, and was described by Gene Saracen as "Asia's Ben Hogan" because of the similarity of his swing.
The course is one of the most strategic courses in Southern Kyushu and was designed by Mr. Chen Ching-Po. The course opened in 1974.
It consists of two courses: the 18-hole Airport Course, which is the championship course with a total length of 6,950 yards (from the fullback tees), and the 18-hole Yokogawa Course, which has wide fairways and allows passenger carts to enter the fairways (in good weather).
This is the only golf course in Kagoshima Prefecture that consists of 36 holes. It is a golf course with a scenic view of the Kirishima Mountain Range designated as a national park.
It is about a 40-minute drive north of Kagoshima City and a 15-minute drive from Kagoshima Airport. Club Villa 36 has 16 twin-room accommodations, and the golf course bath is a natural hot spring for relaxation.
Although it is a membership golf club, visitors can also use the restaurant, lockers, showers, and stores in the clubhouse.