Golf Course/Okinawa

Recommended Golf Course

Kanucha Golf Course

Enjoy great shots all year round,in a bright tropical
setting spreading across a vast 264-ha land overlooking Oura Bay.

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KANEHIDE KISE COUNTRY CLUB

A Golf course with great service, established in the lush forest of Yambaru 15 years ago

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GINOZA COUNTRY CLUB

18 holes that promise you a dramatic game, with a balanced rhythm of strategy, freshness and tension

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THE ATTA TERRACE GOLF RESORT

Highly strategic course that captivates players, with a spectacular view of the East China Sea

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PGM GOLF RESORT OKINAWA

Welcome to a sophisticated paradise, colored by the turquoise sea and tropical flowers! Enjoy a special moment in a luxurious setting surrounded by the sound of waves and the sea breeze.

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OCEAN CASTLE COUNTRY CLUB

Suburban Championship course next to the World Heritage Site, Nakagusuku Castle Ruins, with a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean.

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OKINAWA COUNTRY CLUB

One of the oldest courses in Okinawa with history of 51 years, located on 158.1m-high Mt. Untamamui in suburb of Naha.

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SHUREI COUNTRY CLUB

Enjoy the highly strategic 18-hole course full of variations, with dynastic, natural height differences!

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PALM HILLS GOLF RESORT CLUB

A golf course 130 meters above sea level on a gentle hill, revealing the beauty of the terrain.

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THE SOUTHERN LINKS GOLF CLUB

One of the biggest links courses in Okinawa that spreads on a cliff of over 40m, in a spectacular location that resembles Pebble Beach.

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SHIGIRA BAY COUNTRY CLUB

Enjoy golf on a tropical island with views of the ocean from each hole, with beautiful tees surrounded by colorful flowers and trees.

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EMERALD COAST GOLF LINKS

Beautiful links course in harmony with the seashore, with the theme of “golf in contact with the sea”.

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