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Long seen as the exclusive playground of the rich and important, golf courses in Japan are now making golf more accessible. There are just shy of 2,350 courses dotted across Japan offering facilities and degrees of difficulty to suit all tastes and abilities. Many Japanese courses are renowned for their beauty, their perfect maintenance, and, often, technical requirements that will challenge even the most accomplished players. A round of golf in Japan is usually assumed to be an all-day event that includes a leisurely lunch break between the first and back nine. Many of the top courses have their own on-site onsen in the clubhouse to relax in after a round, a highly unique experience.

Courses can be found from Hokkaido in the far north of Japan to Okinawa at the other end of the archipelago. Many are clustered in the countryside within close driving distance of the major cities. The Olympic Games 2020 will raise the profile of Japan as a golfing destination, and so will Japan´s first PGA TOUR event in October 2019 as part of the annual swing through Asia.

In addition to high-quality golf, Japan wows with stunning nature, impressive culture, friendly people, and world-famous cuisine. You can expect to find a highly seasonal menu serving regional specialties and dishes as delicious as they are photogenic. While sushi is arguably Japan’s most famous dish, there are plenty of meat and vegetable alternatives to choose from.

Package Prices

  • TBD per person (double occupancy)*
  • TBD per person (single occupancy)*

Non-refundable $1500 deposit of full package price is due at the time of booking.

Package Inclusions


  • 13 nights accommodation with full breakfast daily
  • 3 nights at The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto
  • 4 nights at Shima Kanko Hotel – The Bay Suites
  • 2 nights at Gora Kadan Ryokan
  • 4 nights at Palace Hotel Tokyo


  • 6 Rounds of Golf with carts and return transfers
  • 1x 18 Hole atSeta North Golf Course
  • 1x 18 Hole at Nemu Golf Club
  • 1x 18 Hole at Tsu Country Club
  • 1x 18 Hole at Hakone Country Club
  • 1x 18 Hole at Tokyo Golf Club
  • 1x 18 Hole at Narita Golf Course


  • Full Day Kyoto Sightseeing
  • Nara Sightseeing and visit to Mikimoto Pearl Island and Nabana-no-Sato garden
  • Fresh Oysters in Toba
  • Full Day Sightseeing in Mie including Ise Jingsu Shrine and Seafood lunch at Ama Hut
  • Japanese Gourmet BBQ with Matsusaka Beef and Ise Lobster at Tsu Country Club
  • Full Day Tokyo Sightseeing


  • Meet & Greet On Arrival in Kansai Airport
  • All transfers between Hotels and Golf Courses
  • 24×7 on-call support by local experts

Day 1- Welcome to Japan

  • Arrive at the Kansai International Airport in Osaka where you will be met and assisted with transfer to Kyoto.
  • Check in to The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto, located along the banks of the Kamo River for 3 nights. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure.
  • Overnight: The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto

Day 2- Full Day Sightseeing Kyoto

  • After breakfast, step out for a full day guided tour of Kyoto, once the capital of Japan and famous for its numerous classical Buddhist temples, as well as gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines and traditional wooden houses..
  • It’s also known for formal traditions such as kaiseki dining, consisting of multiple courses of precise dishes, and geisha, female entertainers often found in the Gion district.
  • Overnight: The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto

Day 3- Golf at Seta North Course

  • After breakfast, transfer and play 18 Holes golf at Seta Golf North Course GC, that played host for an official USLPGA tournament, the “Mizuno Classic.” The course was created by renowned course design architect Seiichi Inoue and hosted many a fierce battle. The new club house that opened in 2013, features a restaurant and special amenities for female players.
  • Spend the rest of the day at leisure on your own.
  • Overnight: The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto

Day 4- Transfer to Shima, MIkitomo Pearl Island

  • After breakfast check out of your hotel and head towards Shima.
  • En route, spend some time for sightseeing in Nara known for its significant temples dating back to the 8th century, including the Shinto shrine Kasuga Taisha with more than 3,000 lanterns. Later visit the Mikitomo Pearl Island, known as the birthplace of cultured pearl aquaculture.
  • Check in to the Shima Kanko Hotel – The Bay Suites for 4 nights
  • Overnight: Shima Kanko Hotel – The Bay Suites

Day 5- Play at Nemu Golf Club

  • This morning, play 18 holes at the scenic Nemu Golf Club. Overlooking Agoga Bay the Nemu Golf club is a wonderful mix of seaside splendour and woodland retreat that recently underwent a major remodelling included the re-routing of the course, with holes being swapped to create a more flowing course layout.
  • After golf, fresh the famous oysters in Toba.
  • Overnight: Shima Kanko Hotel – The Bay Suites

Day 6- Full Day Mie Sightseeing

  • Embark on a full day sightseeing of Mie, one of the most fascinating in Japan.
  • Start at Ise-jingu, Japan’s most sacred Shinto shrine, where the sun goddess Amaterasu is enshrined. Later explore the historic districts of Oharai and Okage where you can find an impressive array of Japanese cuisine and traditional craftwork. Finally, delve into Ise’s anciently female tradition at the hut of an Ama – traditional female divers who have been fishing the local waters for thousands of years, over a seafood meal.
  • Overnight: Shima Kanko Hotel – The Bay Suites

Day 7- Play at Tsu Country Club

  • Your next round of golf is at the unique Tsu Country Club. Tsu Country Club is a stunning course that will test both your mental and physical game. Measuring 7023-yards from the championship tees, the par 72 course has a stadium feel to it, much like the famous US Open courses.
  • Later enjoy an unparalleled Japanese Gourmet BBQ with Matsusaka Beef and Ise Lobster
  • Overnight: Shima Kanko Hotel – The Bay Suites

Day 8- Nabana-no-Sato, Transfer to Hakone

  • Check out of your hotel for transfer to Nagoya. En route, stop at one of Japan’s most famous attractions, the Nabana no Sato Garden, spread across over sprawling 300,000 square meters with myriad species flora and its countless blooming flowers and amber autumn leaves.
  • Next take the Bullet Train to Atami and transfer to Hakone before check-in at Gora Kadan Ryokan for 2 nights (a member of Relais & Chateaux)
  • Overnight: Gora Kadan Ryokan

Day 9- Golf at Hakone CC, Onsen Afternoon

  • Enjoy a unique Japanese breakfast before transfer to the Hakone Country Club for your next round of golf. Host course for “Japan Women’s Open Championship” in 2002, the Hakone Country Club is set on the northeast slopes of Hakone in Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park amidst the hot springs that the region is famous for.
  • After golf, enjoy a relaxing afternoon at one of the nerby Onsens, where you will be fully pampered to rejuvenate your senses.
  • Overnight: Gora Kadan Ryokan

Day 10- Hakone Sightseeing, Transfer to Tokyo

  • Check out from your hotel to visit some famous attractions of Hakone located in Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, a mountainous town known for its hot springs resorts (onsen). It also encompasses Hakone Shrine, a Shinto shrine with a red “torii” gate overlooking Lake Ashi, which can be toured by boat, as well as the boiling sulphur springs of the Owakudani Valley.
  • Transfer to Tokyo and check in to the Palace hotel for 4 nights.
  • Overnight: Palace Hotel Tokyo

Day 11- Play at Tokyo Golf Club

  • This morning, play the ultra-private Tokyo Golf Club, that was redesigned by Gill Hanse in 2010.
  • The Tokyo course is kept from growing beyond its 6400-meter length by the surrounding development, but it nevertheless attracts some top tournaments, in part because of its proximity to the capital. The Japan Open has been played here a number of times, most recently in 2001. From its humble beginnings, it has certainly come a long way.
  • Overnight: Palace Hotel Tokyo

Day 12- Full Day Tokyo Sightseeing

  • This morning after breakfast, you will taken on a guided tour of the pulsating city of Tokyo.
  • Tokyo, Japan’s busy capital, mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. The opulent Meiji Shinto Shrine is known for its towering gate and surrounding woods. The Imperial Palace sits amid large public gardens. The city’s many museums offer exhibits ranging from classical art (in the Tokyo National Museum) to a reconstructed kabuki theater (in the Edo-Tokyo Museum).
  • Overnight: Palace Hotel Tokyo

Day 13- Plat at Narita Golf Club

  • Your final round of golf is at the Narita Golf Club. The course design takes the fullest advantage of its geographical conditions, while the rich tree lines and strategically placed water hazards add great definition and character. It hosted the first US PGA Tour sanctioned tournament, the “2017 Japan Airlines Championship” and was praised by the world’s top ranked players.
  • Later, spend time on your own at leisure.
  • Overnight: Palace Hotel Tokyo

Day 14- See you soon

  • After breakfast, spend your time exploring Tokyo and its myriad attractions before transfer to the International Airport for your flight back home. We look forward to welcoming you back soon!

The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto

Built on a site favored by Japanese nobility since the 17th century, The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto continues a legacy of quiet luxury. Drink in picturesque views of the Kamo River relax with a spa ritual inspired by Japan’s wellness traditions or stroll to nearby Gion to take in the region’s finest shopping and entertainment. This Kyoto hotel also features 134 refined guest rooms and suites, a spa ritual inspired by Japan’s wellness traditions, 4 acclaimed restaurants and wine tasting.

Shima Kanko Hotel – The Bay Suites

Opened in 1951 and renovated in 2016, this resort hotel was the venue for G7 Ise-Shima Summit 2016. The hotel is located in Ise-Shima National Park and overlooks Ago Bay on the renowned Rias coast and boasts one of the best sunset spots in Japan. Polished suites feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus designer toiletries, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers. Some have futons and/or balconies. Upgraded suites add whirlpool tubs and/or bay views; 1 offers a dining room and a fireplace, another includes a spa treatment room. Room service is available.Parking is complimentary. Amenities include a swanky bar with bay views, and 2 high-end restaurants (1 seafood). There’s also a spa and an outdoor infinity pool.

Gora Kadan Ryokan

Gora Kadan is located on the grounds of Kan’in-no-miya Villa, the former summer villa of a member of the Imperial Family. At Gôra Kadan, the delicate whooshing of an opening or closing rice-paper door, fragrant flora and fauna and surrounding hot springs envelope guests in zen-like serenity and offers a glimpse into the heritage of Japanese hospitality. There are 23 Japanese-style rooms and 14 suites, and Kaiseki, or seasonal, cuisine is served daily in the restaurant or al fresco on the terrace or in the garden. Amenities include Internet access, an indoor swimming pool and a spa and beauty center, and nearby is a golf course. Gôra Kadan property is part of the luxury hotel and restaurant brand Relais & Chateaux.

Palace Hotel Tokyo

With an incomparable perspective on the city and a singular, moat-side setting just opposite the Imperial Palace gardens, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Palace Hotel Tokyo is a haven of hospitality – serene and refined, and imbued with understated luxury throughout. Paying homage to a legacy that dates back more than half a century, the multi-award-winning modern masterpiece is a sophisticated celebration of its country’s culture and a tribute to omotenashi – Japanese hospitality. With leafy carpet motifs and earthy color palettes throughout, the luxuriously cozy and contemporary interiors of our 278 rooms and 12 suites take inspiration from their proximity to the capital’s much loved natural splendor – the Imperial Palace gardens. Rivalling Tokyo’s best restaurants, each of Palace Hotel Tokyo’s 10 restaurants & bars is a uniquely designed space that cultivates a palpable ambience of its own. Featuring panoramic views of the Imperial Palace gardens, the evian SPA sets the stage for one of Tokyo’s most refined wellness experiences with its unique blend of French savoir-faire and Asian therapies.

Seta Golf North Course

A 54 hole course that spreads across a hilly region overlooking Lake Biwa and Mt. Hieizan. The North Course was also used for an official USLPGA tournament, the “Mizuno Classic.” Features a new club house that opened in 2013, replete with a restaurant and amenities for female players. The course was created by renowned course design architect Seiichi Inoue and hosted many a fierce battle. Designed with Mackenzie bent golf green, the course is kept in best conditions throughout the year providing golfers with a caddy for assistance.

Nemu Golf Club

Overlooking Agoga Bay the Nemu Golf club is a wonderful mix of seaside splendour and woodland retreat that recently underwent a major remodelling included the re-routing of the course, with holes being swapped to create a more flowing course layout. At 6768-yards the course is not the longest you will come across, but the intricate design and the ever-changing sea-breezes will keep all golfers on their toes. The fairways are a deep green colour and set against the beautiful blue sky create an amazing canvas, and the design of the holes sits perfectly upon it. White-sand, decorative bunkers add an incredible dimension to the course, along with the strategic aspect of the bunkers the aesthetic benefits they have just add to this artistic delight. Undulating across the natural terrain the native trees frame the holes giving even more definition to each hole. The greens are large and varied which is a wonderful change from the double green courses which are generally much smaller. A large, natural grass driving range, incredible short game area and pristine putting green encourage and make practice a real delight.

Tsu Country Club

Tsu Country Club is a stunning course that will test both your mental and physical game. Measuring 7023-yards from the championship tees, the par 72 course has a stadium feel to it, much like the famous US Open courses. Tsu Country Club has some very interesting design features which include the incredible brick-faced water hazards that create a wonderful visual impact, drawing the golfer´s eye to the water hazard. Large and decorative, the white sand bunkers break the vast amounts of green in the background and add another dimension to the superb design that is not only challenging but aesthetically pleasing. Fairways sweep majestically between the trees, bunkers and water hazards and are maintained to the highest of standards. Greens are heavily protected and framed by large imposing bunkers, subtle undulations make picking the correct line difficult, but the quality is unquestionable. The Tsu Country Club clubhouse sits proudly overlooking the tremendous course and the facilities are incredible. A VIP-room is available for private hire, the Fontainebleau lounge, a cosy lounge, and the sophisticated restaurant offer golfers a wide variety of places to eat and relax before or after their game. Shower and locker rooms are well-appointed. Don´t miss a delicious lunch or dinner at this wonderful club. The Matsusaka wagyu beef prepared by Chef Mr Tetsuya Maeda will have your taste buds singing. If you are particularly lucky, you will get dinner served at the owner´s table. Hospitality at Tsu Country Club is second to none and you will love your unique golf experience at this special course.

Hakone Country Club

Host course for “Japan Women’s Open Championship” in 2002, the Hakone Country Club is set on the northeast slopes of Hakone in Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park amidst the hot springs that the region is famous for. Designed by Shiro Akaboshi in the early 50s, it was built before golf really took off in Japan. Prior to that, golf had a somewhat elitist image in Japan and was seen as a pastime of the favored few. Hakone is the product from the final years of that era. When they began the construction, they discovered that the soil under the proposed layout was inferior, they imported earth from the Mount Fuji region, darkened with ashes from the volcano. The result is a beautiful course with spectacular views of the Hakone mountains. Akaboshi made full use of whatever natural features he found. The course is reasonably long at 6451 meters from the back tees which, allied to small greens, makes for a most challenging layout.

Tokyo Golf Club

From its beginnings in 1913 with a mere six holes, the Tokyo Golf Club has become the most high profile club anywhere in the area. The original site was large enough for this first course to be expanded to nine holes, but a new site, in Sayama City, was needed to accommodate the full eighteen that were laid out in 1955. This course shows the influence of Charles Alison, in particular the deep bunkers that Alison popularized with his Hirono layout. The Tokyo course is kept from growing beyond its 6400-meter length by the surrounding development, but it nevertheless attracts some top tournaments, in part because of its proximity to the capital. The Japan Open has been played here a number of times, most recently in 2001. The terrain is essentially parkland, with evergreen and chestnut trees fringing many of the holes. The challenge increases progressively, so the 16h and 18th are particularly difficult. Redesigned by Gil Hanse in 2010, its a course that is mature way beyond its years.

Narita Golf Club

Located near the Tokyo Airport some forty miles outside the city, Narita was founded in 1964 as a private club. The site features rolling, but not mountainous, terrain that makes it perfect for golf. Owing to its proximity to the capital, Narita was designed to appeal to the corporate crowd as a place for leisure and for making contacts. The current course was laid out by one of the biggest names in Japanese golf, Taizo Kawata, who is not only a designer, but also a sportswriter, commentator and member of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews. Narita is a late example of Japanese golf before the economic travails that have plagued the country in recent decades. But while fiscal belts have been tightened over the years, this club remains well appointed and well maintained. The course is of championship length, but offers a generous range of tee positions.



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Domestic Golf Packages

Individual – A $1000 non-refundable deposit is due for domestic U.S. golf packages at the time reservations are requested. The final payment is due 60 days prior to departure.

Groups – A 25% non-refundable deposit per person is due for domestic U.S. golf packages at the time reservations are requested. The final payment is due 60 days prior to departure.

International Golf Packages

Individual – $1500.00 non-refundable deposit. Full payment is due 60 days prior to departure.

Groups – A 25% or $1500.00, whichever is greater, non-refundable deposit per person is due for international golf packages at the time reservations are requested. The final payment is due 60 days prior to departure.

Note: Specific deposit, payment, and cancellation policies may differ according to vendor. Specific payment and cancellation policies apply to group/event packages and airline ticket purchases. Consult your WGTC travel specialist for details.

CANCELLATIONS: All cancellations must be submitted in writing to WGTC and are subject to the following per-person cancellation charges:

Domestic Ground-Only Golf Packages

Individual – At any time, prior to arrival: A per person cancellation fee of $75.00 plus any penalties imposed by vendors (hotels, golf courses, etc.) up to the full value of the package, applies.

Groups – 30+ days prior to arrival: 25% of the total balance per person plus any penalties imposed by vendors (hotels, golf courses, etc.)

  • 29-10 days prior to arrival: 50% of the total balance per person plus any penalties imposed by vendors (hotels, golf courses, etc.)
  • Less than 10 days prior to arrival: 100% of the total balance per person.

International Ground-Only Golf Packages

Individual – 60+ days prior to arrival: A per person cancellation fee of $1,000.00 applies plus any penalties imposed by vendors (golf courses, hotels, etc.)

  • Less than 60 days prior to arrival: 100% of the total balance per person.

Groups – 60+ days prior to arrival: Amount of deposit paid plus any penalties imposed by vendors (hotels, golf courses, etc).

  • Less than 60 days prior to arrival: 100% of the total balance per person. Groups or Special Events may incur additional deposits or stricter terms. These will be noted in the proposal.

Please note: When one member of a party cancels, it may affect the total package price for the remaining members.

CHANGES: Any customer-initiated changes (dates, names, courses, tee times, etc.) requested after the time of booking will result in a change fee plus any applicable increase in price.

Individual – Domestic US packages: $25.00, per change. International packages: $50.00, per change. Groups – Domestic US: $50.00 per change. International: $75.00 per change up until 60 days prior to travel.

All golf packages will be re-priced at the time the changes are made, which may result in a price different from the original price. Less than 45 days prior to travel, changes cannot be made without the approval of WGTC. We cannot accommodate any changes to a confirmed itinerary after the mailing of travel documents (approximately 7 days prior to arrival for Domestic travel or 21 days prior to arrival for International travel). Changes to names of golfers may incur, depending on individual course policy, a fee for the changes to names.

REFUNDS: Any refunds due for cancellations will be issued within 60 days of written notification and upon return of all issued travel vouchers. Unused or partially used tour features and components are non-refundable.


Domestic: It is your responsibility to inquire as to the course policy regarding rain or bad weather. You must call the individual course directly to verify if the course is closed BEFORE redeeming your golf voucher. Once vouchers have been submitted to the course for play, WGTC cannot issue a refund. If the course is officially closed due to inclement weather, it is your responsibility to call our office to let us know and then have the voucher signed by the Golf Professional or other member of the golf course staff indicating that the course is closed. You must then return the original voucher to our office within 10 days of your trip to obtain a rain refund (if applicable – individual course policy will dictate any refunds due). WGTC does not issue rain check refunds for future play. In many cases, the course will issue a “rain check” if you are unable to complete your round due to rain.

International: Golf courses at international destinations are not known to close their course due to inclement weather. We strongly advise that you bring rain gear with you and be prepared to play in all weather conditions. Refunds and or rain checks are not given for unplayed rounds of golf.

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