Set in between Iono Lake to the east, Ise Bay to the south, Suzuka mountain to the west and the Yunoyama plateau to the north the Yokkaichi Golf course is blessed with incredible panoramic views that only add to the natural beauty of the golf course.
A heathland course that is reminiscent of the beautiful inland courses of the United Kingdom Yokkaichi Golf is a wonderfully laid out, taking complete advantage of the hillside location that it enjoys.
At 6959-yards from the back tees, Yokkaichi Golf offers a challenging layout, which due to a further 3 teeing grounds can be played by any level of golfer.
Wide and inviting the rolling fairways direct the golf ball down to gathering points, from which the approach shots can be played over gentle mounding that create fantastic optical illusions and require superb strategic planning to ensure you find the best position from which to attack this golf course.
Beautifully sculptured bunkers accentuate the aesthetically pleasing layout, providing added protection to holes that could be deemed lacking in any major threat, but the key to getting a good result at Yokkaichi is without doubt the ability to avoid temptation and play the percentage game.