NAGASAKI PARK COUNTRY CLUB
A flat and spacious hillside course.
The course is laid out on a gently undulating area with natural forest. Even though each hole is open and flat, skillfully placed water hazards enhance difficulty. No. 2 is an uphill double dogleg par-5 hole. No. 5 and No. 7 are intimidating holes for beginners since the tee shots will be over ravines. On the other hand, the holes on the back nine are rather long with relatively wide fairways. Both par-5s are over 550 yards long. The last three holes require accurate shots since water hazards await errant shots. No. 18 is the signature hole with a Glasses Bridge.