Within the Niseko area there are a large variety of golf courses to challenge everyone from beginner level to the seasoned pro.  Each course offers different challenges depending on their proximity to the mountains and valleys that make of the Niseko area topography.  The season runs from late April until mid-October with summer being peak season.

Niseko Golf


DISTANCE:   6845 Yards   PAR:   73

TELEPHONE:  0136-44-2211


LOCATION:   Higashiyama, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun, 048-1592

Niseko Village has one of Hokkaido’s top golf courses with long manicured fairways, deep yet playable bunkers and greens prepared to perfection.   A well-designed 7,003 yard Par 72 course with a considerable variety of water hazards.  Enjoy stunning views of Mount Yotei while navigating the course’s challenging holes. Situated right next to the Hanazono ski resort, Niseko Tokyu Golf Course.

Niseko Golf Guide

DISTANCE:   6805 Yards   PAR:   72

TELEPHONE:   0136-44-2211 


LOCATION:   〒048-1561 Fukui, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido

OPEN:   July to September (Closed Thursdays)

Niseko Fukui Golf is a sibling to the Niseko Village Course.  What makes Fukui different is the multiple elevation changes encountered as you navigate your way around the course.

Designed by legendary US player, Arnold Palmer it is characterized by its deep rough and ever-present out-of-bounds (OB) on almost every hole. Consequently, many players choose to tackle the course from the shorter white tees whose length measures 6306 yards.  A unique feature is the quartet of lengthy par-3 holes – the shortest being the 189-yard downhill second hole, with two others measuring 214 yards and 239 yards respectively.

NOTE: a golf cart is not required.

Niseko Golf Guide


DISTANCE:   6845 Yards   PAR:   73

TELEPHONE:  0136-44-2211


LOCATION:   Higashiyama, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun, 048-1592

This outstanding and picturesque layout is situated beside Niseko Hilton Hotel near the base of the Niseko Village ski course.   Relatively flat compared with other courses in the region it presents a formidable challenge when played from the back tees.

The 721-yard par 6 10th hole takes the average player four quality shots just to reach the green making it the most memorable hole.

The course is best described as meandering with old tree lined fairways with clear views of Mt Yotei.  Designed by Arnold Palmer the course offers risk and reward on most holes.  Course grooming is top class and
a complete package of world class facilities are located adjacent to the course including: hotel, spa, onsen, four practice holes on a former layout.  This course is an essential visit.

Niseko Golf Guide


TELEPHONE:    0136-58-3131



Tower Course

113 Izumikawa, Rusutsu-mura, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido 048-1711
Tel:  0136-46-2205   OPEN:   5/2 – 11/3

Izumikawa Course

200 Izumikawa, Rusutsu-mura, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido 048-1711
Tel:  0136-47-2255   OPEN:  4/29 – 10/18

River & Wood Courses

142 Fujimidai, Kimobetsu-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido 044-0211
Tel: +81-136-33-6111

River Course OPEN:: 5/13 – 10/18   Wood Course  OPEN:: 5/9 – 10/18

Located alongside the Rusutsu Tower resort complex, the courses are a good challenge for every level of golfer.  Meticulously maintained courses featuring natural scenery and stunning views of Mt. Yotei.
The rolling greens of the Izumikawa and River courses are picturesque and beginner friendly, with shorter fairways and large open spaces. While the strategically designed layouts of the Tower and Wood course will put your skills to the test.
Rusutsu also offers a unique 9-hole course that is lit up for night time games, playing under the brilliance of a star filled sky creates a majestical atmosphere that will add a special element to your game.
Rusutsu Resort also welcomes 2 players per round so that you may take the time to relax and truly enjoy yourself on all our courses.

TOWER COURSE: Ozaki Masashi, a famous professional golfer from Japan, designed this course that features natural and flowing undulations. The contrast between the green grass and white birches make this course especially beautiful during summertime.

DISTANCE:   6672 Yards   PAR:   72

IZUMIKAWA COURSE:   This course is laid flat amongst the beautiful scenery of the alpine plains. Ideally suited for beginners, there are still some hidden tricks that may trap even expert players.

DISTANCE:  6326 Yards   PAR:   72

RIVER COURSE:   The River Course has a variety of hole layouts that enables players to alter the challenge of their game. New players can take advantage of shorter courses to experience and enjoy the game of golf through a more beginner-friendly round.

DISTANCE:  6107 Yards   PAR:   72

WOOD COURSE:  Strategic layout is the key to the design of this course. This course is a true pleasure to play on; even natural hazards such as ponds reflect the surrounding beauty of the course’s natural settings.

DISTANCE:  6817 Yards   PAR:   72

NIGHT GOLFING COURSE:  Holes 1-9 of the Tower course are open and playable at night. Enjoy the special atmosphere of playing under a star filled sky.

DRIVING RANGE:  This dedicated driving range is conveniently located next to the Tower Course and is open at night. The driving range
features undulations like real courses within a luxuriously spacious setting that will help you to improve your skills.




DISTANCE:   7003 Yards   PAR:   72

TELEPHONE:    0136 21 3333


LOCATION:   Higashiyama, Niseko-cho, Abuta-gun, 048-1592

OPEN:   May 14 to October 30

This delightful golf course about 10 minutes’ drive from Niseko is renowned for its immaculate grooming, superb beech tree-lined fairways, wonderful scenery (including of Mt Yotei) and four of the best par-3s on one course in the area.

The 17th hole, especially, is a gem. Playing 214 yards from a highly elevated back tee to a narrow green protected by a lake, it epitomises Niseko golf: scenic, challenging-yet-enjoyable and truly memorable.

At a little over 7000 yards (6400 metres) from the championship tees and 6760 yards (6178 metres) from the blacks, Hanazono resembles courses in parts of North America for its softness, scenery and feeling of relative isolation in the woods.