|1957||An approach was made to Hanno City for permission to build a golf course. The city gave approval and promised cooperation, leading to the start of the construction.|
|1958||December||Office established in Shintomi-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.|
|1959||January||Meeting of promoters for establishing Hanno Golf Club Co. Ltd.|
Placement of orders: Course design to Ikkai Izumi; design of the clubhouse to Nakayama Architect Office; construction of the course and clubhouse to Ikeda Construction.
Denjiro Tohtani, the first president inspecting the planned location for the course (center, wearing a fedora).
|February||Hanno Golf Club Co. Ltd. established; registration completed; and start of the first recruitment drive for club members.|
|April||Second recruitment drive for club members.|
|August||Start of construction of the clubhouse and other buildings.|
|October||Third recruitment drive for club members.|
|October||Course construction completed.|
|November||Partial opening ceremony, comprising a three-day event including a commemorative competition and a social gathering.|
|1960||August||Recruitment drive for weekday club members.|
Full-fledged opening ceremony, including a three-day commemorative competition, attended by Prince and Princess Takamatsu.
President Tohtani (right) escorting Prince Takamatsu (center) to the Hole 1 tee.
Friendly competition and party to mark the club’s official unveiling, inviting prefectural and city government officials, people related to the golf club, and former land owners.
The clubhouse as seen from the direction of the Hole 9 green at the time of the opening.
|1961||October||Granted membership of the Kanto Golf Association (KGA).|
|November||Granted membership of the Japan Golf Association (JGA).|
|1962||January||Course rating determined through KGA assessment.
|September||The club allows 100 weekday and family members to upgrade to full membership, increasing the number of full members to 1,200.|
|1965||September||Prince and Princess Takamatsu attend the fifth anniversary event|
|1970||September||Six-day commemorative competition to mark the club’s 10th anniversary.|
|1975||September||Two-day commemorative competition to mark the club’s 15th anniversary; ceremony to unveil the monument.|
|1980||June||Completion of footbridge over the prefectural road, to connect Hole 5 and Hole 6.|
|October||Three-day commemorative competition to mark the club’s 20th anniversary.|
|December||Publication of Hanno Golf Club’s 20 Year History.|
|1983||April||New enclosure net built along the side of the prefectural road beside the driving range.|
Hosted the 36th Kanto Open Golf Championship, won by professional Seiichi Kanai.
Spectators overlooking Hole 18 (Photo: KGA); Kanai shouting for joy (Photo: KGA).
|September||Two-day commemorative competition to mark the club’s 25th anniversary.|
|1989||November||Green B renovated to use Penncross.|
|1992||April||New 35 m-high enclosure net built along the side of the prefectural road beside Hole 6.|
|New 35 m-high enclosure net built along the side of the prefectural road beside Hole 7.|
|1996||April||Completion of footbridge connecting the clubhouse to Hole 1.|
|1998||November||Green A renovated to use Penn A-1 type of creeping bentgrass|
|1999||March||New clubhouse built.|
Hosted the 33rd Japan Women's Open Golf Championship, won by Kaori Higo.
Volunteer staff: Behind-the-scenes support at the Japan Women's Open Golf Championship.
President Watanabe (right) and JGA Committee Chairperson Ozeki raising a toast with winner Kaori Higo (left).
|October||Three-day commemorative competition to mark the club’s 40th anniversary.|
|2003||November||Hosted the 10th Japan Mid-Senior Golf Championship.|
|Hosted the 17th Japan Grand-Senior Golf Championship.|
|2009||May||Hosted the 17th Japan Women’s Senior Golf Championship.|
|August||New 45 m-high enclosure net built along the side of the prefectural road beside Hole 5.|
|2010||March||New 35 m-high enclosure net built along the side of the prefectural road beside the driving range.|
|2010||October||Three-day commemorative competition to mark the club’s 50th anniversary.|
|2010||November||Hosted the 15th Japan Mid-Amateur Golf Championship.|
|2011||March||Publication of Hanno Golf Club’s 50 Year History.|
|2014||September||Completion of covered bays in the driving range.|
|JGA/USGA course rating and slope rating determined.|
|2015||October||Three-day commemorative competition to mark the club’s 55th anniversary.|
|2019||August||Green B renovated to use bermudagrass (TifEagle).|