Established in 1992, Kasumi Golf Club Is located in the Mie Prefecture of Japan. This prefecture is situated within the Kansai region on Japan’s main island of Honshu, making it a tremendous base for a Japanese golf holiday.
Kasumi Golf Club is an 18 hole golf course which plays to 7,100 yards from the back tee. However, there are four tee positions on each hole which makes this golf course suitable for players of all abilities. There is a good mix of par-3, par-4 and par-5 holes with the longest hole being the par-5, 13th which plays to 596 yards from the back tee.
The shortest hole on the golf course comes towards the end of the round and is the par-3 17th which plays to just 160 yards from the back tee and 115 yards from the front. The golf course is a simple design and allows nature to take its course throughout the 18 holes, with plenty of undulations to negotiate. Despite the natural feel of the course, it is well looked after and there are both water hazards and bunkers to avoid on several of the holes.