Hilly course. A large pond, a bunker and a palm tree in a southern country reminiscent of a Hawaii golf course.
There are many ups and downs where there are many holes where ponds are entangled in the whole. Out is difficult because there are 5 middle or distance. The fairway is wide, so I can fly it. The ninth is a pond on the left side. Bunker continues. A pond is involved from the 14th to the last long in the inn. As for No.14, green sticks out to the pond like a peninsula. The 16th is a beautiful hole where the pond flows. I can stretch and hit because it is open. There is a pond on the right, a creek on the front, and a large pond on the back of the green. It is divided into right and left islands from 2 shots, but it is easier to take a par if you attack the green from the right.
The clubhouse, which follows the approach path to the palm trees, has flowers of all seasons everywhere, and the large roof of the Spanish tile, the pine wood interior and the rattan furniture enhance the taste of the southern country. In addition, it is full of sense of openness as the course side is all glass to floor by blowout of up to 13m in the building.
There is a large table at the front, and you can sit in a chair and slowly tick in and check out.
In addition to various golf equipment, the pro shop prepares many wears, balls, accessories, etc. with original marks.