The golf course is located in the land associated with Dr. W.S. Clarke, who was known for his words, “Boys, aspire to greatness. The course, named after him, has 27 holes in three courses in a magnificent location and gently hilly terrain, with plenty of challenging terrain. The West Course is full of bunkers and horses, requiring an accurate tee shot. The “Middle Course” has a lot of variety and requires intelligent play on each hole. The middle holes, No. 5 and No. 8, are particularly challenging and tough. The East Course is a course where you can enjoy the uniqueness of Hokkaido. The middle holes, over 400 yards in length, are advantageous for long hitters. A comment on the course says, “The fairways are wide to a certain extent but the bunkers are waiting for you to carry. The greens are double-tiered and triple-tiered and undulated, which adds to the difficulty. At the restaurant, you can enjoy Japanese food such as “Oebi Tenju” and Western food such as “Roast Cutlet Spa” as well as various hors d’oeuvres.