Sea-side Park Golf
Completed in 2013, the Kume Island Seaside Park Golf area provides a beautiful new recreation facility for locals and visitors to enjoy throughout the year. It is located in the Gima Area along the southern shore. Park golf is a cross between croquette and putter-only golfing. A single club is used with an oversized ball. The short fairway are short grass and lead to carefully manicured greens with built in holes. Unlike putting courses, they do not include challenges or obstales.
The Kume Island sea-side park golf area has been carefully designed with several resting areas, beautiful flowers, and scenic beauty. Its a great way to spend an afternoon.
The park is closed every Tuesday.
There are 36 holes available for play on the park golf grounds arranged in four 9 hole courses. The courses are named for famous Kume Island locations: Miifuga, Garasaa Mountain, Tachijami, and Hateno Beach. Shoes, clubs and golf balls are available for rent.
There are restrooms and vending machines at the Park golf Building.
Access to the Park Golf area is from the main road 89. Heading west from the center of the island along the south 89 road, turn left at first major turn after leaving the Yamagusuku area. There once you turn you should see signs pointing to the Ara Beach and Ara Forest Path. Curve to the right, following the road south. You'll pass a post office and a police station will mark an intersection. Instead of following the red road curve, go straight through the residential area. At the end, turn right and follow the ocean road to the large parking area.
Single play use
|Age||18 hole||36 hole|
|Locals||300 yen||500 yen|
|Locals 65+, Children||150 yen||250 yen|
|Visitors||500 yen||900 yen|
|Visiting Children||250 yen||450 yen|
**Children are junior high and below**
Shoe rental: 200 yen
Club Set: 100 yen
Day Pass: 1000 yen
Please be aware that times and fees are subject to change. Please call to confirm access during incliment weather.
- Phone: 098-987-0086
- Fax: 098-987-0589
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