The Yuji Kodera-designed course at Karuizawa Golf Club dates back to the Golden Age and it’s located at altitude in one of the nation's most popular summer resorts. You’ll need to befriend a member to play here, however.
Gary Roger Baird with David Dale of Golfplan laid out Pine Beach Golf Links along a rocky cliff top. Some have described it as Asia’s version of Pebble Beach and the par three 15th bears a striking resemblance to Cypress Point’s 16th.
Routed across undulating, wooded terrain, Nasu Golf Club measures 6,615 yards from the tips and this must have been a tough course when the Kinya Fujita and Seiichi Inoue-designed Nasu track opened in 1936.
Billionaire Lee Myung-hee commissioned Tom Fazio II to design the course at the ultra-exclusive Trinity Club near Seoul, which opened for play in 2012.
The 27-hole complex at Ta Shee Golf & Country Club was renovated by Robert Trent Jones Jnr at the end of the 1990s when he addressed drainage issues by installing new drain lines and sand capping the fairways.
The tiny sultanate of Brunei is home to one of the most surprising and opulent courses in all of Asia. Designed by Jack Nicklaus the Empire course was the venue for the inaugural Brunei Open...
The DLF Golf & Country Club now has 27 holes at its disposal, the 18-hole Gary Player course and a 9-hole Arnold Palmer course, which still retains its floodlighting for those seeking a night time golfing experience.
Designed by Shiro Akaboshi in 1954, the course at Hakone Country Club was built with no expense spared, including the importation of thousands of tons of volcanic soil from the Mt Fuji region.
La Vie est Belle Country Club (life is beautiful in French) is known as “the Korean themed club” since its grand opening in 2015 and it's situated in the hilly, mountainous area of Chuncheon, one hour’s drive away from Seoul.
The Old course at Siam Country Club was redesigned by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley, reopening for play in 2007. A trio of holes regarded as the “Amen Corner” of Thai golf feature between the 15 and 17.