Try the golf surrounded by the world’s treasure coral reefs. The golf will not only make your body move but also relax your mind. The azure location that blurs the boundary between the sky and the sea, pale grass and greens that extend far away, and light-brown bunkers interspersed with the sunshine peculiar to the southern country, and creates a wonderful contrast.
* Kohamajima Country Club Days Closed
From Wednesday, January 20, 2021 to Thursday, January 21 2021
From 12:00noon, Sunday, January 6, 2022 to 12:00noon, Saturday, January 22, 2022
* Golf charter date: October 11, 2020, October 18, 2020
Located 400km south from the main island of Okinawa, “Kohamajima Country Club” is the warmest golf course in Japan. The annual average maximum temperature is about 32°C (89.6°F), and the average minimum temperature is about 16°C (60.8°F). It’s a golf course where you can enjoy golf all year round. The American-style authentic resort golf course has “champion dwarf” turf. Their roots grow sideways and make the ball go faster on the green. Our various courses have challenging layouts, such as the outward (the front nine) course with many bunkers and the long-distance inward (the back nine) course with well-arranged water hazards. You can fully enjoy the fun of golf.
BT 3,175yds／RT 3,080yds／LT 2,838yds
An almost flat middle hole. The FW is slightly inclined to the left, so the first shot is aimed at the FW right side. The distance for the second shot is long, so if you want to attack from the main path without overdoing it, be careful as the approach is difficult if you remove it to the left of the green.
A long hole with no distance. The right side of the bunker is ideal for the first shot, and the left side is wider than it looks, but it is a place that you want to avoid because the standing tree interferes with the second shot. It is possible to turn on two, but it is difficult to move it in a bunker on the right front with a two-tiered green, so it is better to definitely turn on three in the B, E, G pin position (Dracon recommended)
Although it is a middle hole with no distance, bunkers are placed at important points, and I would like to emphasize directionality rather than distance. For the first shot, the best route is to pass the left side of the banyan tree on the right side of the FW and put the ball in front of the left bunker. The green is in order from the back, and the OB is approaching in the back of the green.
Left dogleg middle hole. For the first shot, avoid the right bunker and aim for the FW with a little shortcut from around the left side of the FW. The second shot is a launch, and the green is a two-tiered green and turret, so calculate the wind direction and distance and carefully select the club. If you dare to escape, the left side is safe.
A downhill short hole. The right side is OB, but since it is a slope, it is certain to avoid the bunker in front of the green and aim from the right side for the tee shot. There is a mound in the middle of the green, and if you put it, the grass will change in the foreground, so check the pin position and carefully select the club while taking into consideration the wind. (Recommended near pin / men and women toilet available)
Left dogleg middle hole. The first shot is the best position on the FW right side, which is over the right bunker, and the left side is obstructed by trees, so be careful. Since the green is in order from the front to the back and the OB is near, it is a safety measure to attack from the front on the second shot regardless of the pin position.
The best route for the tee shot is on the right side of the FW banyan tree. The bunker on the right has a high jaw, so be careful. Those who fly the golf ball far should be careful of the pond behind the bunker. The green turns from the front to the other side, and the second shot can be aimed at the pin deadly while paying attention to the bunker in front. (Westernmost tip of Japan)
A slightly launched short hole. Depending on the wind direction, the hole is very sensitive to the wind, so it is important to consider the cold and carefully select the club. In addition, the bunker on the left front side has a distance to the green, and difficult shots are required, so I would like to avoid it. The green is gentle and gentle. (Near pin recommended)
A downhill long hole. FW is inclined toward the right pond, and the left slope is the best aim for the first shot. There is no distance, so it is possible to turn on 2, but it is very difficult because there is a pond in the foreground and the lie drops to the left. It is safer to aim 3 on from the front or right side of the pond.
BT 3,415yds／RT 3,295yds／LT 2,915yds
A slightly doglegged middle hole. For the first shot, the best route is through the FW right side. The second shot is downhill, the pond is on the right side of the green, and the green turf is on the other side, so it’s safe to attack from the front.
A dogleg to the left, a middle hole. The first shot is aimed at the right side of the FW, and there are few flat areas on the left side, making it difficult to hit the second shot. The second shot is over a pond and it is safe to aim at the right eye from the green center. If you put it in the left bunker, the steps are high and the approach is difficult.
A short hole with a large pond lying in front of the tee ground. A bold and bold shot is needed without fear of the pond. It’s safe to attack from the right eye because a bunker shot with a long distance is required if you put it in the bunker on the left side. (Japan’s southernmost tip, near pin recommended)
The middle hole of this golf course, which is the longest distance and is slightly launched. The FW is also relatively wide, and the left side is on the slope, so I want to shake the tee shot to earn distance. It is difficult to move it into the bunker on the right front of the green, so it is safe to aim at the left side of the green for the second shot. (Dracon recommended)
A slightly doglegged middle hole. For the first shot, the route that goes over the bunker on the right side of FW is the best. There is no distance, so if you want to take a safety measure, you can leave it in front of the right bunker with an iron. The second shot does not show the green surface, so it is easy to mislead the distance, so be careful.
A long hole with a little left leg. Since the OB continues on the left side, the right eye is safe for tee shots. The FW becomes narrower from the second shot and there is a pond on the right side, so I would like to aim for 2 on, but the key to a good score is to make a shot that emphasizes directionality.
A short hole with a pond on the right side. It’s flat, but it’s hard to grasp the distance, and the green has a bun shape and is surrounded by bunkers, so it’s surprisingly difficult to turn it on. It is safe to attack from the front. (Recommended near pin / men and women toilet available)
A straight middle hole. The tee shot is OB on the left, so it is safe to aim at the right eye, but if you go too far to the right, the lie will be bad and there are many places where you will get a stymy with trees, so be careful. On the second shot, the right side of the green slopes toward the pond, so be careful of the bunker and attack from the left.
A dogleg long hole with many bunkers that turn to the left in two steps. For the first shot, avoid the bunker and aim at the left side of the FW, and be careful of the right side for long hitters. On the second shot, avoiding the left bunker and aiming at the right eye is safe. The green is surrounded by bunkers, so be careful of the distance and the wind.
The RISONARE Kohamajima Country Club started from the Clubhouse. On the ground floor, there is a reception desk, changing room with lockers, shower room, and security boxes.