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Shirakawa Kogen Country Club

A highland resort course in the foothills of the Nasu mountains. Many highland trees remain around the course, where you can enjoy the beauty of the four seasons. Near here are other establishments such as the secluded Kashi Hot Springs and pristine lodgings, from which you can enjoy a resort-style golf holiday.

Taiheiyo Club and Associates Shirakawa Resort

Practice area: 270-yard driving range with 17 boxes for approach and banker shot practice; 2 putting greens. The golf course features 18 flat holes spread across the Shirakawa Hatoriko Highland, which is surrounded by cool, refreshing air, thanks to its location 950 meters above sea level. Fairways are separated with white birches and Japanese larches. You can enjoy rounds to your heart's content while taking in the seasonal scenery of Shirakawa - from the green grasses of spring to the brightly-colored leaves of fall. Ride the carts along the fairways and relax in comfort at our golf course resort. The resort also features a hotel adjacent to the course, and is situated near many sightseeing spots and famous hot springs. We promise that you will be fully satisfied.

Otama Country Club

Otama Country Club is a golf course with 27 holes located on the southern slopes on Mt. Adatara. The whole course is relatively flat for a hillside course, so even beginners or women players can easily enjoy playing. But at the same time, competition-oriented players can also derive considerable satisfaction from the highly varied course layout. And after a round of golf, you can enjoy bathing in the high-quality hot-spring water of our very own spa.

Bonari Kogen Golf Club

Bonari Kogen Golf Club offers an 18-hole all-bent grass course. This club operates on a membership system. Situated at an altitude of 850 meters and surrounded by the rich nature of Bandai Asahi National Park, the golf course commands a panoramic view of such well-known mountains as Mt. Bandai, Mt. Adatara, and the Azuma Mountain Range. The landscape seen from the teeing ground on the third hole is especially fine, prompting a golf magazine to call it "the most beautiful par-5 course in Japan". At every season, the contrast between the vivid green of the bent grass course and the "borrowed scenery" of the surrounding nature is superb. The course was constructed on the site of a former sulfur mine. The deserted land with neither trees nor grass growing was greened and transformed into a golf course. For this, the course won a Forestry Agency Director General Award in 2004. Such an honor is rare for a golf course.