St. Andrews 2000 Golf and Country Club Reviews

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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I'm a 5-handicap golfer in the UK and played in April 2003 with my Canadian, Australian and US friends Im sorry but someone has got something wrong here. I come from Scotland and understand how a links course should play. The grasses in Thailand dont allow for links play so please dont try. Trying to bump and run up 80 degrees into grain doesnt work. As for the par 6s forget it, not part of golf especially the zig zag one where you dont know where to go and nor do the caddies. Funny story, I think but not for me. After the stupid zigzag par 6 I was not in the best of moods. My friend who speaks Thai say to my caddie player no like caddie female caddie says, no, me no like player. I have to say that cheered me up and made the rest of the round tolerable. Yes, my caddie received an extra large tip. By the way the course condition was great, but bring in the bulldozers.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Weeellll,what "superlative" would you like to read,this golfcourse weeds out those who think they can,( 3 figured scorecard) from those who can,but don't think (3 figured scorecard)or in other words,your true hcp experience,anyone for real golf !!!.
sandsave
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Par 6 number 4 is a little suspicious. Should improve access in order to be able to walk the course (not everyone likes to use a cart which unfortunately is compulsory there). Made more playable since they trimmed the heavy rough. Green fee too high when compared to overall quality of the course. Needs improvement but what can we expect from the 'green valley group ?' - see Chiangmai green valley : a disappointing shame !
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I played in January 2005, on Tuesday i played Rayong Green Valley and i was very impressed, on Wednesday i played St.Andrews and i was a bit dissapointed, it was more then double the price with compulsory golfcards, so one could expect something. But i like Rayong Green Valley better then St.Andrews. The Green where very slow, and the first par 6 is not a very good hole. If i have the choice i will rather play Rayong Green Valley or Phoenix then St.Andrews. The Layout is interesting, the scenery and maintenance are breathtaking, but it's too expensive with the stupid policy of compulsory golfcards?? I hope they will not follow on the other golfcourse with compulsory golfcards!
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
clearly, very clearly, this is the best course in the pattaya area. in fact, as i have claimed in a previous review, this is my favourite golf course in the world. why? 1.because there are numerous tee areas.... just choose the one that suits your ability. 2.the fairway grass is magnificent, the ball sits up and demands to be hit. 3.it is a little difficult but fair. 4.rarely is it crowded. 5.many holes are spectacular from the teeing ground, holes 1,2,6,15,16,17,18. and they have even fixed 4 as i suggested in a previous review! there is one downside to this place. management please take note and fix asap. the staff at checkin and reception are lacking in communication skills. really there needs to be a better attempt at providing service, co-operation and friendliness at the clubhouse. some english language skills are required. laem chabung, an inferior course, leads the way in the 'make you feel welcome' department. so, front office..... LIFT YOUR GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Sorry but I wont be going back there again, when I pay this sort of moeny to play I expect a course thats in good condition and St Andrew's isnt. Poor greens and mediocre fairways. The general layout is interesting but gimmicky. Overall not a good experience.
KienG
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
For me, I think it's one the most toughest courses in Thailand. It's very challenging. Even good players might get into trouble if they just miss the fairway a single shot. Your driver may be unneccessary to play in the course. Just keep it straight in the fairway is not enough, you need to make a good approach because the greens are tricky. Straightness is not an optional......
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Interesting (but strange) layout, when you're on the tee on many holes you can't even see the fairway, very tight, not for the average to high handicap. Lovely views, terrible caddies, was very wet, doesn't seem to drain well. 750yd par-6 was ok, pretty straight but long, other par-6 was terrbile, hit drive, 9-iron, 3-wood, 3-wood, can't see the green until the 4th shot, very gimmicky. Club house was nice, locker room is great, Thai food was pretty bad. Play it to say you've done it but no need to rush back.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Even though I consider myself a tradionalist, I loved this course! It is very different and actually kind of weird, but then so is the Old Course at the real St. Andrews. You must use your head and stategize, as the faiways are very wide in some places and very narrow in others, and there are some real 'sucker' greens. If you just pull driver and blast away on every hole + go for every pin, you will find plenty of trouble. If you think your way around, play the percentage shots and manage your misses, its really not overly difficult. High handicappers and hacks should stay away though, and they actually recommend you don't play here if you have a handicap over 18.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I am only a hacker. i had a shocker. but gee i had a good time. brilliant course.
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