・1 round of golf at Awaga Golf Club up to 3ball play. (Lunch Fee is NOT INCLUSIVE)
・Transport to and from Awaga Golf Club
・Rental Golf Club Sets
・Rental shoes *We do not 100% guarantee your fitting size or stocks. If you would like to put own sport shoes, it woule be acceptable for play.
After play the front 9, it is mandatory that you have lunch break for 40 to 50 minutes.
Golf club menus typically have a range of choices, including Japanese or Western style meals. Course staff will give you the starting time for the back 9.
When you leave, do not forget the payment to the reception desk for restaurant charges or shoppings in club house.
*Most of golf courses in Japan accept VISA and Master, however a few courses accept American Express or Diners Club.
Neat attire including a collared shirt/polo (tucked in for men), tailored trousers/shorts/skirts, white socks (for men wearing shorts) and soft spike shoes.
Like at many exclusive private clubs around the world, the proper protocol when arriving at Kobe Golf Club is to wear a jacket.
Te dress code is important to note that it differs between the golf course and the Clubhouse- and between men and women.
In general terms UNACCEPTABLE dress on the course and in the clubhouse includes:
・Brue or other colors denim garments
・Shirts without collars
・Singlets, beach wear and rubber thongs
・Leggins, gym-wear and tracksuits
・Casual Shorts, football shorts, cargo shorts/pants
*If you have a tattoo, it's best to cover up with a plaster or bandage, as there still is an association with tattoos and mafia gangs in Japan.
On arrival at the golf course, you check in at the reception desk.
You will be given a locker key and score card in a small wallet.
Your locker key will be way you will be identified by the golf course and your purchases in the proshop, kiosk, restaurant and etc will be charged on your locker key number.
Please be sure to put any valuables in the clubhouse's safety box.
There is no custom of tipping in Japan.