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G7 Country Club

Tochigi,

Japan


This Isao Aoki co-designed course was built with the theme of flowers, water and greens. Although quite hilly, there are few total elevation change throughout the course, but plenty of spaces for water hazards. This club has hosted the PGA Japan Women's Professional Championship in the past, so you can be assured it is challenging! Many of the shrubs and palm trees planted throughout the course give it a southern tropical feel making you feel like you are on a resort course. Ponds which occupy about 10% of the total area requiring you to make a firm strategy as you navigate your way to the greens. The floating island greens on No. 8 and 11 and the beach bunkers No. 7 and 10 are thrillingly beautiful. The fairway can be wide in places letting you unleash with your driver, but this freedom is short lived with highly undulating and often 2 tiered greens causing you to pin-point your approach shots to avoid 3-putts!