The two championship golf courses of The Blue Canyon are built on a site of 800 acres. It has been described as the ultimate golf retreat designed by nature. Yoshikazu Kato, who designed both The Lakes and The Canyon courses, still lives at The Blue Canyon and affectionately refers to them as his two children. This course is now talked about as one of the great golf courses in the world and been compared in terms of quality and stature to Augusta National. 

The Blue Canyon has five tee positions, which allows the course to be played from 7,119 yards to 5,974 yards, enabling players of all standards to enjoy its challenge. To mention one, the 13th, one of the signature holes, is a par 4 dogleg 390 yard from the back tees. Your drive must carry the canyon, and the ideal shot would be 240 yards long to leave you with a second shot of a further 150 yards to a green protected by high trees on both sides. Like most greens on this course, it is fast with invisible breaks. In this day and age it is virtually impossible for the average golfer to play some of the great courses of the world because of their exclusivity. The Blue Canyon is one at the present time that will still allow you this privilege and it is an opportunity not to be missed. 

In the perfect world, two days of golf on both courses at the Blue Canyon is a memory to be cherished