Kikugawa Country Club ( KCC )
Club operated by
Kikugawa Country Club Co., Ltd.
Membership golf club (accepting non-members)
230 Tomita, Kikugawa-shi, Shiizuoka, Japan 439-0001
- Teruo Inamori, Chairman & President
- Toshiko Inamori, Managing Director
- Atsuko Inamori, Director
- Junichi Urata. Director
Number of employees
60 as of April 01, 2019
Number of members
1,008 as of April 01, 2019
Facilities & equipment
Clubhouse, reception desk, pro-shop, restaurant, bathrooms with shower booths, locker rooms, parking lot, party room (40 guests max), approach shot practice field.
(Note: the club does not have a driving range)
Elevation from sea level
Lowest 63m at clubhouse. Highest 80m at No.6’s left green
Number of holes
18 holes, 6,780 yds（regular tee 6,434, front tee 6,075） par 72
None. Major hotels are located 10-20 mins away from KCC via car. See the "Recommended Hotels" page for information on local hotels.
Easy access via Shinkansen train, and 2 expressways from Tokyo / Osaka / Kyoto/ Nagoya. (See "Easy access" page)
No snow in the recent decades, even in the depths of winter. Gradually hilly course with 15 straight holes and 3 blind holes. Wide fairway suited to a powerful swing, and quick-to-fast greens. Local food served in the restaurant.
Shizuoka Golf Course Association ( SGCA )
Nihon Golf-jo Keieisha Kyokai ( NGK )
=Japan Golf Club Operator Association
Recommended seasons for golf in Shizuoka
From the middle of March to the end of May
From the end of September to the first 2 weeks of December.
From the beginning of June, lasting for approx. 1 month.
From the beginning of September, lasting for 2-3 weeks.
Hot and humid.
The highest temperature is sometimes recorded as 32-34℃.
Almost sunny and dry.
It is very rare that lowest temperature goes below 0℃.
No snow coverage in the past decade.
Because there is no snow, the club attracts golfers from northern Japan, such as Hokkaido.
Japan usually encounters 5-7 typhoons every year. Some of these impact the club in August and September.
The above data is based on records provided by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) and local weather observations. However, please note that climates change year by year.