Among the 17 Courses of Taiheiyo Club’s Japan properties are some of the world’s finest championship links. Courses that not only host professional tournaments, but display a refined sense of style and beauty that is exemplary of Japanese aesthetics.
Around the world, Japan is famous for the beauty and serenity of its unique gardens, providing space for both recreation and reflection. No doubt, Japanese gardening is a cultural treasure. You can be sure the same rustic styling and attention to detail is on display in the fairways, greens, and even bunkers of Taiheiyo Club courses. It’s not bragging to say you simply won’t find better manicured greens anywhere else on earth.
From Narita’s rolling topography and curving marshes, designed by master champion Gary Player, to the strategically demanding Mashiko, a masterpiece of Shunsuke Kato’s featuring holes, divided by red pines and sawtooth oaks, there’s an abundance of both natural and challenging diversity in the Taiheiyo Club portfolio.