Tsu Country Club
Experience the grandeur of a course designed in the spirit of beloved Masters Tournament courses at Tsu Country Club. Expansive greens, sweeping fairways, and brick-faced water hazards create a course that is as visually appealing as it is to play. Replenish your energy post-game with a succulent Matsusaka wagyu steak at the clubhouse restaurant, or relax with a drink in the cozy elegance of the Fontainebleau Lounge. Don't miss the chance to visit Ise Jingu, one of Japan's most sacred Shinto shrines.
Asia Golf Tourism Convention 2023
The Asia Golf Tourism Convention (AGTC) 2023, Asia's largest golf tourism event, was held in Japan for the first time. The event took place in Miyazaki Prefecture from March 14-16, 2023.
Tsu Country Club was selected as the venue for the Post-AGTC Fam Tours, which began on March 17, 2023.
A one of a kind course that combines beauty and strategy with features including bent grass greens, deep revetted bunkers and brick-faced water hazards
A game on an expansive course always in the best condition for comfortable play while taking in the splendor of the seasons
A luxurious stay in a top-notch lodge that evokes the charm of traditional Japan, located in a superb location overlooking the 18-hole golf course
Length 7,023 yards
Designer Masashi Ozaki
Green Fees 10,680 yen(Weekday) 14,680 yen(Holiday)
* Green fees vary depending on the plan and season.
Tsu Country Club is about 20 minutes from Tsu Station on the Kintetsu Nagoya Line and JR Kisei Line by car or taxi.
Address 30 Katadahasecho, Tsu-shi, Mie-ken
Home of the deity likened to the sun and the Shinto faith's dynamic heart, Ise also offers natural wonders and culinary delicacies