Golf Courses & Country Club

Carved by Nature Enchanced by Passion

The Blue Canyon Country Club rose to fame when the canyon course was selected for the Johnnie Walker Classic and is the only three-time host of the Johnnie Walker Classic in 1994, 1998 & 2007.

Yoshikazu Kato

In 1988, Yoshikazu Kato, one of Japan’s most prolific golf course architects started developing the site, originally an abandoned tin mine flanked by rubber plantations. Both courses were created around existing canyons and woodlands, with minimal interruption to the natural landscape and wildlife. The property is a masterpiece of design characterized by spectacular and daunting natural hazards including numerous water features accentuated by towering trees to challenge golfers of all levels.

Canyon Course

It ranks as one of the most distinguished and prestigious championship courses in Asia. The striking masterpiece is sculpted with minimal disruption to the original landscape of an abandoned tin mine flanked by rubber plantations. Unveiled in December 1991, the award-winning Canyon Course has since been the ultimate experience for many golfers.

Lakes Course

Created by renowned architect Yoshikazu Kato in February 1999, the Lakes Course is a 7,129 yard championship marvel with 270 yard target driving areas capable of challenging the best players in the world.

Home of Golf Legends:

Blue Canyon Country Club has 2 golfing marvels from the Canyon Course,“The Ultimate Championship Course” built in 1991 to Lakes Course “A Pleasurable Masterpiece” built in 1999, has hosted numerous world events such as Johnnie Walker Classics and Honda Invitational.