Kasumigaseki Country Club

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Kasumigaseki Country Club
Kasumigaseki Country Club Aerial photograph.1989.jpg
An aerial photograph taken in 1989
Club information
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Location of Kasumigaseki Country Club
Coordinates 35°54′5″N139°24′16″E / 35.90139°N 139.40444°E / 35.90139; 139.40444 Coordinates: 35°54′5″N139°24′16″E / 35.90139°N 139.40444°E / 35.90139; 139.40444
Location3398 Kasahata,
Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan
Established1929
TypePrivate
Owned byKasumigaseki Country Club
Operated byKasumigaseki Country Club
Total holes18 x 2
Website kasumigasekicc.or.jp
East Course
Designed by Kinya Fujita, Shiro Akaboshi, and Charles H. Alison
Par 71
Length7,466 yards (6,827 m)
Course rating 74.9
Slope rating 131
West Course
Designed by Seiichi Inoue
Par 73
Length7,117 yards (6,508 m)
Course rating 74.1

Kasumigaseki Country Club (霞ヶ関カンツリー倶楽部) is a private golf course in Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan.

Contents

It opened on October 6, 1929, and was the first golf course in Saitama. It has hosted a number of professional and major amateur tournaments: [1]

The East Course is the planned golf venue for the 2020 Summer Olympics. [1] [2]

Scorecard

East Course
Tee Rating/Slope 123456789Out101112131415161718InTotal
TournamentM75.0/136
W81.9/148
411381459237640386217586521
487
3838
3804
189461499398632
596
403203343500
466
3628
3558
7466
7362
BackM72.7/130
W79.0/142
399372426200590360194569445355516843646337757139318532343633526907
RegularM70.6/126
W76.4/136
379358393177550334170539408330814141043334153937316330640531116419
FrontM68.1/122
W73.4/129
347329364149507302139494374300511738540732351334513826736628615866
LadiesW70.1/122323294333128462249124442351270697320376
355
28745232011524732925225249
5228
Par444354354363444543443571
Handicap 915313171151716104142812618
West Course
Tee Rating/Slope 123456789Out101112131415161718InTotal
2006 Japan Open408360487198388564224403443347554220540047938058016339045435937068
Par444345344355344453443671
Fullback73.8/136408360502198388564224403443349054220540051338058016339045436277117
Back72.7/133408341502163372557224403414338454220538151336155214438042535036887
Regular71.3/129392325478150348546209390377321552018536849434853912837141233656580
Front69.9/125376303429133326537191379351302549517135447333652912836139632436268
LadiesW71.4/124361285429117252454169332351275042715230942030544811233036128645614
Par445345344365345453443773
Handicap 915313711151710164814212618

Access

The nearest railway station is Kasahata Station on the Kawagoe Line.

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References

  1. 1 2 "Tokyo 2020 Olympic Golf Course". International Golf Federation. Retrieved 2 July 2021.
  2. "Venue Plan". Tokyo 2020 Bid Committee. Archived from the original on 27 July 2013. Retrieved 11 September 2013.