The Kochi Kuroshio Country Club is a golf course located in Kochi Prefecture, Japan. The course is situated in the southern part of Shikoku Island and is known for its scenic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Kuroshio Current.
The course was designed by the renowned golf course architect, Robert Trent Jones Jr., and features 18 holes spread over a total length of 6,912 yards. The course is known for its challenging layout, which includes narrow fairways, deep bunkers, and undulating greens.
In addition to its golf course, the Kochi Kuroshio Country Club also features a clubhouse, driving range, putting green, and pro shop. The clubhouse offers various amenities for golfers, including locker rooms, showers, and a restaurant serving Japanese cuisine.
The Kochi Kuroshio Country Club has hosted several professional golf tournaments, including the Japan Open and the ANA Open. It is also a popular destination for golfers from around the world who come to enjoy the natural beauty and challenging golf course.