2A short hole surrounded by trees, making it difficult to calculate the direction and strength of the wind. Pay attention to the bunker on the left side of the double-tiered green.3A short downhill middle hole overlooking a residential area. I want to make it a service hole aimed at birdie.4A long hole where you should attack from the right side while paying attention to the pine forest on the left. Watch out for the cross bunkers on both sides on your second shot.5A short middle hole over a pond. A one-on shot is also possible, but be prepared for more than a bogey if you hit it into the forest on the right. For the second shot, I want to pu6A middle hole with a high degree of difficulty with a steep slope of the green, over a pond with a view of Mt. Tachibana in front.7A short hole where reading is important as the hole is on a hill. The bunker on the right front side is deep and troublesome, so attack the left side of the green.8A middle hole with a long distance. A carry of 260 yards is required to cross the cross bunker, and course management is necessary without overdoing it.9A middle hole with a dogleg to the right where the second shot is extremely uphill. The tee shot is slightly to the left of the center, and the sense of distance on the second shot10A downhill par 3 with a slight dogleg to the left. A hole that requires an accurate shot.11A flat and relatively long hole. The remaining 150-180Y near the second shot is a line where the toes drop, so be careful.12A short hole that makes it difficult to read the wind due to the building behind the green. The green is three-tiered and long from side to side, so it changes depending on the pin13Although it is a short par 3, an accurate tee shot is required. The green is surrounded by bunkers.14A middle hole with a slight dogleg to the left. The second shot is a receiving green, so you want to attack from the front.15A middle hole with a dogleg to the right with a camphor tree in the center but a wide fairway with no OB. A short cut is also possible for the hitter over the Washington palm tree 16A long short hole. If you miss the green, it will be difficult to recover, so you need to carry and hit the correct distance.17A middle hole that is difficult to hit from the tee due to trees on the left side and an OB. The degree of difficulty is top class even in the in-course.18A long hole with a gentle uphill dogleg to the right. The back of the trees on the right side of the tee shot is the OB zone, so you should attack from the left side of the center.
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