Japan Golf

17 Japan Golf Packages | Japan Golf Holiday

Japan is home to thousands of exquisite golf courses across its dramatic and beautiful natural terrain. According to JGTA, number of golf courses in Japan exceeded 2,300. Enjoy the best of Japan golf with our 17 premium Japan golf packages across Japan. Our golf tour in Japan features 49 lush golf courses at the gateway to Mount Fuji, city courses in the heart of Tokyo, breathtaking sea and foothill courses in Fukuoka, mountainous parkland courses in Osaka, picturesque and challenging courses in Mie and the woodland courses to links-style courses in Hokkaido. Head to this amazing golf destination and enjoy our comprehensive golf itinerary for your next Japan golf holiday. Experience a selection of well designed and enjoyable golf courses when you play golf in Japan.

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Japan Golf Packages

Fukuoka Golf

Fukuoka is an international city located on the northern tip of Kyushu. Because of its closeness to the mainland Asia, (Busan and Shanghai), Fukuoka is actively fulfilling its role as the “gateway to Kyushu, open to Asia.” Fukuoka is known for ancient castles, sandy beaches and modern shopping malls, including Canal City and a great place to enjoy golfing. At Pinnacle Travel, we present 4 Fukuoka Golf Packages where you will get to enjoy 3 to 5 rounds of golf on Fukuoka top golf courses. Explore our Oita & Fukuoka golf package that includes interesting sightseeing tour in the 2 cities, golf at one of the best Fukuoka golf courses Kokusai Country Club, plus enjoy hot spring bath, mud bath, sand bath or steam bath at Hells of Beppu in Oita.

Hokkaido Japan 北海道is the idea golfing getaway with more than 150 high quality golf courses located throughout this island, which lies north of Japan. Aside from being a famous skiing destination, Hokkaido transforms into an exquisite golfing destination in spring. The cool and dry climate that runs from May to October makes Hokkaido the perfect golfing destination. Enjoy the best of Hokkaido golf with our four Hokkaido Golf Packages across the beautiful Hokkaido, vibrant Sapporo city to Noboribetsu hot spring. Our Hokkaido golf feature exquisite golf courses, from woodland courses nestled in the foothills of the Hokkaido mountain ranges, to links-style courses. Some of the Sapporo golf itineraries also include shopping and sightseeing, and Noboribetsu golf + hot spring experience.

Mie 三重 Japan is famous for its seafood, including its spiny lobster, abalone and oyster. Besides high-quality gastronomic experience, Mie features 78 excellent golf courses that await your play. As a main corridor between eastern and western Japan, access to Mie is easy from Nagoya and Osaka. Visit the beautiful Mie Prefecture and enjoy memorable golfing on Mie best golf courses with our unique itinerary Mie golf packages. Go for a full relaxing resort golf with stay & play golf at Cocopa Golf Resort. Embark on our 5 to 7 days Mie golf packages which include 3 to 6 rounds of best golf on Mie recommended top golf courses. Gain double experience in the lovely Mie accommodation where you will enjoy best of Mie golf on its 6 best golf courses including the Mie’s flagship course Tsu Country Club.

Osaka 大阪 is Japan’s second largest city, also the major city of Kansai region with the friendliest and funniest people in Japan. Along with Abeno Harukas the tallest building in Japan, the Universal Studios Japan (USJ) theme park, Osaka is best known for its culinary, fun and nightlife. After a day of golf in Osaka, visit the dazzling entertainment district Dotonbori famous for its neon lights and extravagant signage. Non-golfers can do shopping at Kuromon Market, Nipponbashi and Shinsaibashi. Visit Osaka and enjoy golfing at some of the top golf courses in Osaka with our two exhilarating Osaka golf packages. Both are 6 days holiday where you will experience 4 rounds of golf in Osaka. Golfers are welcome to customise the itinerary with us for shorter or longer stay, more or less golf in Osaka as well as after-golf sightseeing tour.

Rediscover the special attractions of golf in Tokyo. Besides high-quality course maintenance, golf holiday in Tokyo generally offers a range of shops and outlets specialized in golf equipment, golf accessories and custom-made golf clubs. What’s more, Tokyo also maintained the most Michelin starred restaurants than any city in the world. We are the Japan golf travel agency promoting to golf lovers our exhilarating Tokyo and Hakone golf packages. Tokyo golf includes golf resort stay and play to experience 3 highly strategic golf courses in Ibaraki and Chiba. If you wish to play golf in Tokyo area also to savouring the beauty of Mount Fuji while golfing in Hakone, our best-selling Hakone + Tokyo golf package is the fantastic choice for you. Ultimately the popular package of Hakone golf is a perfect holiday combine golf with hot spring, scenery, sightseeing and shopping.

Golf in Japan

11 Tips of Play Golf in Japan

Here is small tips and information for you to know before playing golf in Japan.
However each Golf Course has different rules and regulation so please always check with us.

Japan Golf Dress Code Infographic
Japan Golf Lunch Break Mandatory After 9 Holes
Japan Golf No Tipping Culture

Tip #1.        Dress Code

Please respect the Dress Code – please refrain from wearing flip flops, sandals, jeans from the time you arrive at the club house, including before and after the round – you need to be with proper attire! And recommended wearing a jacket except summer time for some of courses.

Tip #2.        Check-in Time

You are required to arrive at the golf course for check in 45 to 60 minutes prior to your tee time. If you are late, your reservation might be cancelled automatically, so please ensure that you will be there accordingly. If you stay at a Golf Resort, this might not be applied – you can check with golf resort staff to the detail.

Tip #3.        Tee Off Time

Most golf courses on Japan main island will only have morning tee times from 0700am to 1030am. Okinawa and Hokkaido have afternoon tee times.

Tip #4.        Distance Notation

In Japan, the distance is described in Yard, not meter. Should the course have a 2-green configuration, the yardage markers on the same side as the green in use that day are the accurate ones.

Tip #5.        Golf Caddy

There is nationwide shortage of caddy in Japan. Even so, most high-end golf clubs playing with a caddy is compulsory. There will be just one caddy per foursome (means one caddy serves 4 players). Caddy in Japan are mostly female and tend to be a bit on in age, but tremendously knowledgeable of the course and unbelievably excellent in reading the greens.

Tip #6.        No Tip Required

In Japan, there is NO Tipping culture, so it’s not required even at golf course including for caddy if your reservation has been confirmed with caddy. These days perhaps getting your caddy a cold drink at the snack bar would suffice.

Tip #7.        Refund Condition

Unless the golf course is officially closed, even it’s raining, you can play. It means if you want to cancel it because of the rain, you are unable to get a refund as long as the golf course is under normal operation.

Tip #8.        No Fairway by the Cart

If your reservation has been confirmed as Self Play, you need to learn how to use the cart – please note that most of the courses in Japan, you are unable to drive into fairway. Means you can only drive through the dedicated path, please carry several clubs together so you can efficiently continue the game, and you don’t need to back and forth between the cart.

Tip #9.        Payment Methods within the Golf Course

All the payment within the golf course needs to be done by Locker Key, so please always carry it – for lunch, kiosk, pro shop and any other incidentals. Besides, we would suggest you to carry cash in local currency (JYP) as you may need it at some point (like vending machine etc). Prior leaving, you must check-out, settle your bill and return the locker key and wallet.

Tip #10.        Enjoy Lunch Break

In Japan, (except Hokkaido and Okinawa have 18-hole through play), your round has been confirmed with a lunch break – means after the first 9 holes, you need to have a lunch break then continue the other 9 holes. Half-turn lunch is a custom in Japan, mandatory regardless of your tee time. If you wish, you can skip having lunch but then the lunch break cannot be removed because all tee time has been set based on it. When you complete the first 9 holes, you are notified the tee time for the other 9 holes. This is really Japanese unique and integral part of the Golf Experience and Culture in Japan. Golf courses often offer a wide range of cuisine: Japanese, Western, Chinese, etc.

Tip #11.        Relax Time at an Ofuro (Public Bath)

After enjoying golf, you can use an “Ofuro”, a public bath in the club house. Japanese people like being relaxed in a big bath tub and talked about today’s round, small talks, and etc. You may have a chance to take in an Onsen (hot springs) as well – some golf courses have it. You need to be naked when you use a bath room – if you have tattoo, you might be rejected using the bath or you are requested to cover it.

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