Holes 18 |
Par 72 |
Length 6082 m / 6651 y |
Type Parkland |
Architect Captain F. E. Colchester
Constructed over the natural rolling terrain, the gentle elevation changes are manageable on foot and create a wonderful flow throughout the course which meanders through the native woodland.
Fairways are varied in size and although the course is short it requires the use of every club in the bag and good course management.
A beautiful course is an even more beautiful setting Fujiya Hotel Sengoku Golf is a must visit.
Set within the Sengokuhara Plain, Fujiya Hotel Sengoku Golf enjoys a superb natural setting which transports you into a tranquil world perfect for golf and relaxation.
The hotel facilities are high quality, with superb dining options which can be enjoyed by hotel guests and visitors alike.
Opened in 1996 the Sengoku Golf course quickly became recognised as one of the best public courses in Japan.
Measuring 6651-yards the course is not as long as some of its neighbours, but this is part of the charm and the draw for many golfers looking for a challenge other than long drives.
The course enjoys a par of 72 and as with many of the courses in this area of Japan there are double greens on all holes. Playing here is a pleasure with the greens in superb condition, generally small as you may expect with the space required for to greens on each holel.