Hyogo is a prefecture located in the Kansai region of Japan, on the largest island of Honshu. Kobe is the capital city of Hyogo and is a popular costal city located to the west of Kyoto and Osaka.
The only significant airport in Hyogo is Kobe Airport and this receives flights from a limited variety of domestic destinations. However, due to its proximity to Osaka prefecture, its possible to use one the of the two larger airports, Kansai International Airport or Osaka Itami and make a short journey on the ground to reach Hyogo for a golf trip.
There are many scenic areas to enjoy when planning a Hyogo golf holiday including Seto Inland Sea National Park, San-in Kaigan Coast National Park, Mount Rokko and Awaji-shima Island, all of which are within easy reach of the capital city, Kobe.
Hyogo is also home to one of the most impressive pieces of architecture in Japan, Himeji Castle. This is found in the city of Himeji and is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage and is regarded as the finest surviving example of prototypical Japanese castle architecture.
However, the main reason you are travelling to Hyogo is the golf and there are some excellent courses on offer in the prefecture.
The delightful golf courses in Hyogo include Miki Yokawa Country Club, Yokawa Country Club, Taiheiyo Club Rokko Course and Taiheiyo Club Takarazuka Course. The latter two courses are part of the Taiheiyo golf resort, which is home to the course which has been named the best in Japan by the country's leading golf magazine, Par Golf.