1Par 4 is a short downhill, and if you enter the left and right forward bunkers, it will be difficult to save par. Careful club selection for the first shot. Be careful of the slope2It's a straight Par 4 with a little distance, and the big pine on the right front of the tee gives the illusion of tightness, but the second point is wide as you can see from the p3Par 5 that can be on 2 if you are a long hitter. From back of tee to 270Y, you can hit wide and exciting. Whether you cross the pond on the second shot or cut it in front, the pine4Par 3 over a valley that is far from 206Y. It is very difficult to read the wind because the green is surrounded by large red pines. The theory is to attack from the runway with a 5Although it is 362Y, Par 4 is about 30Y uphill to the green, avoiding the fairway bunker on the left side near 250Y and hitting the tee. The second is towards Oyama. The invisible 6A tough Par 5 with a dogleg on the right that crosses an 80Y wide trough with a 610Y and the longest upper second. Aim for a tree at 253Y on the fairway. The sloping green is also 7Par4 of HDCP1 near 500Y practically with 448Y plus launch. Depending on the tee shot, ball control is required to intentionally avoid the pine tree in the center with more than 2008The tee shot over a valley is Par 4. Although the distance is not long, the green is only 15Y wide and the undulating green is protected by guard bunkers on the left and right. Cap9Oyama GC's longest Par 3, the left and right guard bunkers are deep and about 20Y downhill, making it difficult to select grabs. The tee ground is surrounded by red pine trees, so 10Par 4 with 25Y uphill and actually 430Y, I want to hit the tee shot to the center or slightly right where the hanamichi can be used. On the second shot, carry the ball firmly to th11219Y Downhill 10Y Par3. The green is fast from the front left to the back and is only 15Y wide. You need to be especially careful when aiming for a carry on the back pin, as the le12A tough par 4 with a right dogleg over a valley. The tee shot is tighter on the right side than it looks, so aim slightly to the left side of the center. The second shot is a route13A thrilling Par 4 where the landing area of ??the tee shot is the dogleg corner on the left. After a slightly downhill tee shot, the second shot is uphill.14Par 5 with an S-shaped dogleg over 600Y. The tee shot goes to the left side avoiding the right OB. The second shot is laid up considering the angle of the third shot. An accurate s15Looking at the majestic Mt. Oyama on the right, the tee shot is uphill Par 4. The 2nd tee shot is also uphill.You want to attack the slanted double-tiered green with an accurate ca16Par 3 over the valley, it is important to read the wind whether to go over the big pine in front of the green or to attack intentionally. The eye and the mound in the center of the17A tough Par 4 with a left dogleg approaching the 500Y with a gentle downhill. A tight tee shot is required through a narrow pine forest. In the second shot, a highly accurate iron 18The final Par 5 is straight toward Mt. Oyama. It's a gentle uphill, so it's difficult to hit the 2nd shot. The bunkers guarding the front left and right of the green are deep, so i
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