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Course Guide

Course Guide

Course Total course length 7,151 yards 18 holes, Par 72 Hilly Course
Greens Bent grass, one-greens; average area of 800m²
Practice Facility Length 250 yards, 20 bays, natural lawn
2 patting practice greens
Course Ratings Men Ladies
Back tees 74.4 77.1
Middle tees 71.6 74.7
Forward tees 69.6 70.8

Caddies are allotted for every party, and both pull carts and motorized golf carts can be used.Spike-less or soft spike shoes can be used.

Front Nine
H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  
PAR 4 4 4 3 5 3 4 5 4 36
Back 433 405 435 186 638 201 410 530 399 3637
Regular 388 389 371 163 552 178 346 490 371 3248
Ladies 376 366 328 125 504 157 314 409 336 2915
HDCP 7 3 13 17 1 15 9 5 11  
Back Nine
H 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18  
PAR 4 4 3 5 4 4 4 3 5 36
Back 430 388 179 545 411 410 437 206 508 3514
Regular 402 341 154 510 354 347 395 164 476 3143
Ladies 353 287 137 455 299 309 323 137 429 2729
HDCP 4 14 18 8 12 2 6 16 10  

HOLE1 433yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 1 is a middle length, downhill course. Because there are sand traps and out of bounds on the right side and palm trees on the left side, for your tee shot aim in the middle of the fairway. If the tee ball touches down on the left side, you may not be able to land your ball on the green at your second shot. The green has mild undulation and gives you a fair chance of a birdie.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 433 388 376 7

HOLE2 405yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 2 has pine trees on both sides at the second shot point so this course can be tough if the tee ball turns to either side.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 405 389 366 3

HOLE3 435yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 3 is flat and straight but has several sand traps on both sides of the fairway so they make it hard for the tee shot.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 435 371 328 13

HOLE4 186yards Par3

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 4 is the shortest and downhill hole. The downhill makes it difficult to grasp the actual distance to the flag. Since sand traps guard the green on every direction, hitting the green is a must.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
3 186 163 125 17

HOLE5 638yards Par5

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 5 is the longest and slightly dogleg-right. You want to secure a par by hitting the green in regulation. The fairway is undulated and downhill toward the green. On the whole, this course is tough.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
5 638 552 504 1

HOLE6 201yards Par3

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 6 is flat, but there are sand traps guarding the green on both sides, a bank on the left side and a downward slope on the right side. We advise that you hit the green at the tee shot.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
3 201 178 157 15

HOLE7 410yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 7 has part of the fairway largely curved in the area between 150 and 100 yards before the green, so where you hit the tee shot on the fairway is crucial. You preferably want to avoid the second shot on the downhill. The undulation on the green is quite tough to deal with.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 410 346 314 9

HOLE8 530yards Par5

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 8 shows a downward slope for the tee shot and a upward slope for the rest of the shots, and it is dogleg-left. If you secure the tee ball on the fairway, it is not too hard to hit the green at the second shot. It is advised that you should secure a par if the tee ball makes a turn.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
5 530 490 409 5

HOLE9 399yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 9 has not only sand traps but also a downward slope on the right side of the fairway, so avoid hitting to the right side. On the left side is an elevation, but further left is out of bounds. This is a hole where you want to hit the middle of the fairway and the green in regulation.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 399 371 336 11

HOLE10 430yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 10 is a middle distance and slight dogleg-left hole. Since there is a sand trap on the right side of the fairway, it is safe to hit the tee shot on the left side of the fairway and avoid the trap in case of hitting into the headwind. There is a fair chance of a birdie, for the distance to the green would be as short as 120 yards from the second shot point. However, watch out for the crosswind because this hole can give you a chance of a boggy as well as a chance of a birdie.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 430 402 353 4

HOLE11 388yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 11 is not so long but is inclined from the right to the left of the fairway, so prepare to hit the second shot on a side-hill lie. Due to the elevation on the right side, the ball would roll down even if it turns to the right. When the pin is placed on the top tier of the three-tired green, it is difficult to estimate the distance. This is the first crucial hole of the back nine.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 388 341 287 14

HOLE12 179yards Par3

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 12 is short and may only require a short iron for the tee shot; hence, it is rather easy to make a birdie. But accurate grasp of the distance and direction is required in order to drop the ball near the pin in case of the crosswind from left to right.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
3 179 154 137 18

HOLE13 545yards Par5

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 13 has sand traps on both sides of the fairway, so try to avoid them at the tee shot. Minimum requirement is needed in the wind. A spoon for a regular golfer and a 2 or 3 iron for a long hitting golfer should be enough to deal with the remaining 230 to 240 yards and to hit the green at the second shot. This is one hole where you really want a birdie.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
5 545 510 455 8

HOLE14 411yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 14 is the second crucial hole of the back nine. Because woods are protruding from the left side, the fairway looks narrower than it actually is. This hole requires different strategies depending on the wind direction. An easy GIR is possible in case of the downwind, but it is wise that you safely get up and down from the passageway before the green and secure a par in case of the headwind. Avoid dropping the ball beyond the green.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 411 354 299 12

HOLE15 410yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 15 requires different tactics depending on your favorite shot; a soft fade toward the sand trap on the left side of the fairway or a draw above a tree on the right side. The second shot should be made on an uphill-lie, so you need one or two longer clubs. The green also has an uphill-lie but its inclination is steep. A good strategy is to aim for your side of the green, not going past the cup.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 410 347 309 2

HOLE16 437yards Par4

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 16 is a long downhill Par 4 hole but because it is downhill dogleg right, a short iron may be enough to hit the green at the second shot. You want to hit the tee ball on the right side of the fairway. Even if the ball hits the slope on the right side, it should roll down. So we recommend that you try to make a shortcut on this hole.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
4 437 395 323 6

HOLE17 206yards Par3

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 17 is a short hole over a pond. If you try to avoid the pond to be safer, aim at the right side of the green. If you fail to hit the green, a tough approach shot may follow. If the pin is somewhere in the half of the green on your side, hitting the green by the tee shot can be difficult. The green has subtle undulation so this hole will not let you relax until you sink the ball in. Particularly, the green has a downhill-lie from the far right to the left, so it is possible that you putt three times on the green.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
3 206 164 137 16

HOLE18 508yards Par5

Course Guide Front Nine
Hole 18 is a 'shortest' long hole. It is possible to hit the green at your second shot on this hole but pot bunkers, which are taller than golfers, await you in front of the green. So a birdie may be made more easily if you hit your third shot before the bunkers and hit the green, instead of trying to hit the green at your second shot. For better score making, think of the direction rather than the carry for your tee shot and second shot, and try to stay on the fairway.
Par Back Regular Ladies HDCP
5 508 476 429 10
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