Holes 18 |
Par 72 |
Length 5708 m / 6242 y |
Type Parkland |
Architect C.H. Allison
The Kawana Hotel Golf Course Fuji Course, designed by C.H Alison and opened for play on 1936, has maintained its world-wide reputation as one of the finest tests of golf in Japan.
Utilizing the natural topography of the area perfectly the course oozes class.
Dense Japanese woodland, rolling clifftop holes and incredible vistas from almost every point on the course will live long in the memory of the visiting golfer.
The rolling fairways dance through the mature woodland, and teeter on the cliff tops producing some truly stunning and terrifying holes that will test the most accomplished golfer.
Maintained to the highest of standard, The Fuji course is without doubt a course that must simply be played if you are visiting Japan for a golfing break.
The greens are treacherous at times, heavily undulating and posing a real test to even the best putters, although some have more subtle contours that will baffle you.
The on-site hotel offers the perfect place to stay and relax, with luxury accommodation and a variety of restaurants serving both local and international cuisine.
A well-stocked pro-shop has all the equipment that you may need before or after a round, and is located in the clubhouse that also houses ample changing rooms, restaurant, gallery depicting the history of the club and the hot spring swimming pool.