Although it appears to be a flat course at first glance, the fair-way has subtle undulations that affect each shot. The course lay-out makes good use of its grand landscape, with Komono Lake to the east, Ise Bay to the south, the Suzuka Mountains to the west, and the Yunoyama plateau to the north.
18 holes 6959 yards par72
A hilly course. The gentle slopes and river running through the course make for more strategic play. The green on the 12th hole is famous as an impregnable green because it plays optical illusions on golfers.
18 holes 6585 yards par72
Authentic courses nestled in the heart of nature. These three courses separated by woods are renowned for their beautiful landscape. The Naka Course used for tournaments is quite difficult, with long distances, ponds, and valleys.
Higashi Course: 18 holes 6734 yards par72
Naka Course: 18 holes 7118 yards par72
Nishi Course: 18 holes 6642 yards par72