The South Course is longer than the East at 6587-yards, also a par 72. Following a similar theme as the East, The South has narrow fairways, cleverly positioned bunkers and, unlike the East the inclusion of water hazards to increase the difficulty level.
Perhaps the most favoured course here is the West course. At 6734-yards it is the longest of the three courses and also boasts a par of 72.
The stand out hole of the resort is without doubt the par 3 third of The West course, measuring 182-yards from the elevated back tee, you are afforded a perfect view of the island green below, simply stunning.
Similar to the East and South the West´s main protection are the narrow tree-lined fairways, with strategically positioned bunkers and the occasional water hazard.
Sapporo Kita Hiroshima Golf Club is a superb complex close to Sapporo City and is the perfect retreat from the city for both members and visitors alike.
The resort boasts a large clubhouse that offers great dining options, a large well-stocked professional shop, luxury locker rooms and super attentive staff that are on-hand to assist you.
Practice facilities include a large driving range, short game practice area and putting greens that can cater for the large number of golfers.
At Sapporo Kita Hiroshima Golf Club you can enjoy one of 3 18-hole golf courses, The East, The West and The South course.
The East Course measures 6428-yards and has a par of 72. The course weaves through trees with narrow fairways, mid-sized greens and gently undulations throughout the course is ideal for all level of golfer.