Hokkaido Brooks Country Club

Course

Course Layout List

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  • NO.10
  • NO.11
  • NO.12
  • NO.13
  • NO.14
  • NO.15
  • NO.16
  • NO.17
  • NO.18

No.10hole PAR4 HDCP10

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Hole 10, with beautiful woods of Japanese larch and white birch has a flat fairway, but an accurate tee shot is more important than the distance. As woods are very close to the fairway on both sides, aim at the center of the fairway to avoid taking a risk. The only bunker is on the left of the green so shoot the second shot straight. Play a round of golf freely while viewing the beautiful scenery.

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424Y 400Y 358Y 332Y 301Y
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No.11hole PAR5 HDCP4

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There is a big tree on the right side – and also a long and narrow bunker. For the tee shot, aim at the center or slightly left of the fairway. The second shot should be accurate, aiming at a bunker on the left side. The third shot is uphill about 7 to 8 meters, so it is not so difficult to be on the green. Appropriate positioning for your distance is necessary.

Campion Back Regular Front Ladies
551Y 551Y 515Y 481Y 431Y
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No.12hole PAR4 HDCP16

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Hit the ball far and aim at carrying the bunker on the left. The fairway is wide on the right side as well, but this side has a longer distance to the green. The second shot should carry the creek, so judge accurately the distance to the green; the shot should land on the green directly and stop. You cannot feel at ease even if you successfully make second shot under pressure, as the green is challenging.

Campion Back Regular Front Ladies
364Y 335Y 335Y 309Y 283Y
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No.13hole PAR3 HDCP14

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A hole of Par 3 with a long distance, requiring an accurate shot with a wood club. The bunker in front of the green, arching out from the left side, is trappy. It is best to aim on the right direction, but there is a stage in the front right of the green which prevents the ball from rolling on to the green. As with any par 3 hole, going over the green will make it difficult to manage your score. It is important to safely attack the hole from the front.

Campion Back Regular Front Ladies
222Y 195Y 195Y 171Y 146Y
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No.14hole PAR4 HDCP8

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A hole of par 4with a slight dogleg to the right. The hole is laid out to thread a swamp with thickly grown reeds. Aiming at the front bunker, make a tee shot accurately on the fairway. In particular , take care about the wind direction. The fairway is relatively flat. It is difficult to have a sense of distance for the second shot. Anyway, the tee shot is the most important for hole 14.

Campion Back Regular Front Ladies
456Y 428Y 392Y 364Y 296Y
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No.15hole PAR4 HDCP2

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At the tee shot, while viewing the pond on the right, aim slightly to the right side of the center of the fairway, just taking it easy. If your tee shot lands on the left of the center of the fairway, trees will blind you when you make the second shot, making it difficult to aim at the green; from the right side you can aim at the green straightly. Shoot every shot cautiously to go over the beautiful but harsh ‘heart-breaking” hill.

Campion Back Regular Front Ladies
445Y 413Y 395Y 381Y 346Y
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No.16hole PAR3 HDCP18

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On the right side, from the teeing ground to the green, a big pond is next to the fairway. Often you will have a head wind on this hole so be careful when selecting a club. It is better to hit a short shot with a larger club to roll a ball on the green rather than shoot a full-shot. Be sure to keep away from the front right bunker.

Campion Back Regular Front Ladies
201Y 169Y 143Y 120Y 111Y
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No.17hole PAR5 HDCP6

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Both sides of the fairway of this hole of par 5 are swamps. Hit a tee shot accurately to the center of the fairway. The problem is the second shot. Do you lay up short of bunkers scattered on the center of the fairway, or go over them adventurously – the course designer seems to be asking you. The key to attack the hole depends on your selection of the second shot.

Campion Back Regular Front Ladies
558Y 526Y 506Y 472Y 382Y
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No.18hole PAR4 HDCP12

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Hole 18, the last hole, has a wide fairway, which advantageous for a long driver. At the end of the day, boldly drive far. But, the green is small, at the top of the mound, and looks like it is standing out. Aim adventurously at the center of the green, because it is the last hole. If you succeed, you will be deeply satisfied.

Campion Back Regular Front Ladies
461Y 441Y 385Y 368Y 330Y
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  • NO.10
  • NO.11
  • NO.12
  • NO.13
  • NO.14
  • NO.15
  • NO.16
  • NO.17
  • NO.18