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Seven Hundred Club

Seven Hundred Club Seven Hundred Club
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The Seven Hundred Club boasts about one million square meters of space, which allows players to enjoy a relaxed game, supporting score improvement and course management skills. The course is known for its challenging holes that feature wooded areas and ponds that stimulate the spirit of challenge. It is also home to Japan's first permanent 36-hole footgolf course, designed by renowned Japanese manga artist Yoichi Takahashi. For a comfortable stay, the on-site hotel provides rooms with outdoor baths and saunas. Conveniently located near Kitsuregawa Onsen, the club is the perfect place for golfers to unwind and rejuvenate after a day on the greens.







The course, brilliantly designed with forests and ponds across its expansive grounds, offers both a comfortable and thrilling playing experience.


In addition to the clubhouse and restaurant, there's an outdoor grill, making it possible to enjoy a barbecue with friends after play.


Because it's relatively easy to access the World Heritage site of Nikko by car, the post-golf sightseeing options are also plentiful.





Hole/Par 18/72
Length (Back2 tees) 6,865 yards
Established 1980
Designer Ikkei Izumi
Green Fees 8,181 yen (Weekday) 13,461 yen (Holiday)

* Green fees vary depending on the plan and season. Please check the website for more details.



Back1 72 6,972yards 72.8 133
Back2 72 6,865yards 72.3 132
Regular1 72 6,435yards 70.5 129
Regular2 72 6,417yards 70.4 128
Front1 72 5,801yards 67.7 123
Front2 72 5,024yards 64.3 116





From JR Tokyo Station to JR Ujiie Station via Utsunomiya Station (about 1.5 hours), a shuttle bus is available from JR Ujiie Station (reservation required / 15 minutes)


Address 2370 Saotome, Sakura-shi, Tochigi-ken




Official Website

Course Map

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