Kasumigaseki Country Club

Olympic Golf Course

On the occasion of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the golf competitions are being held at the Kasumigaseki Country Club, in Saitama, Japan.
Founded in 1929, the club hosted several professional and amateur tournaments, including Japan’s first-ever Golf World Cup.

Tokyo Course Clubhouse
SAITAMA, JAPAN - JULY 25: Clubhouse is seen prior to the Men’s Individual Stroke Play event on Day 5 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics at the Kasumigaseki Country Club on July 25, 2021 in Saitama, Japan. (Photo by Ben Jared/PGA TOUR/IGF)


Name of VenueKasumigaseki Country Club
Address3398 Kasahata, Saitama, Japan
Website addresshttps://www.kasumigasekicc.or.jp/english/
Distance from Narita Airport119km
Distance from City Centre45km
Distance from Olympic Village49km
Distance from IBC/MPC55km
Venue Construction StatusExisting Venue
Capacity of Spectators25,000


Name of VenueKasumigaseki Country Club
Course nameEast Course
Original Architect and Opening of East Course

Architect: Kinya FUJII, Shirou AKABOSHI

Remodeled by: C. H. ALISON

Opening: Oct. 6, 1929

Redesign Architect(s) and year of renovations

Redesign Architects:

C. H. ALISON (East Course) 1929

Fazio Design 2016

Professional Tournaments or major amateur tournaments held

Canada Cup 1957

Japan Open 1933, 1956, 1995, 2006

Japan Women's Open 1999

Japan Amateur Golf 1965, 1977

Japan Women's Amateur Golf 1956, 1964, 1974

Asian Amateur Championship 2010

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