Yuni Tobu Golf Club
The golf course was designed by Mitsuaki Kobayashi, one of Japan's leading golf course designers, who is nicknamed "Kobayashi of Water. The course is highly strategic and can be enjoyed by both average and advanced players. You can fully experience the beauty of nature by immersing yourself in a space that makes the most of nature's bounty. The clubhouse was designed by architect and artist Masayuki Kurokawa, and his rubber interior accessories, "GOM Series," were recognized by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York as part of its permanent collection in 1979. The course opened in 1993.
It takes about 70 minutes by car, about 45 km (about 28miles) from Sapporo Station, and about 40 minutes by car, about 35 (about 22miles) from New Chitose Airport.
It is located near Susukino, Sapporo's largest entertainment district, and you can stay at the Fairfield by Marriott Sapporo, which is also managed by the Tobu Group and has a fitness gym, and enjoy golf, sightseeing, dining and shopping in Sapporo. You can also enjoy a hot spring + open-air bath after playing golf at Yunni's Hot Spring, located a 10-minute drive from the Yuni Tobu Golf Club.
The restaurant, lockers, showers, and store in the clubhouse are available for use by visitors.