Rachakram Golf Club Reviews

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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
play yesterday,,, but on sport day it is impossible to play ,to much people in course ..it's very slowly....
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
This course is just opened less than a year. I guess it is a link course as not many trees. The course is quite flat but fun to play on. The total distance is not so far. The fairway are well taken care of. Greens are good and tricky but not that slopy. Speed of play was OK (On sunday). Many Jap were there on that day. Clubhouse is new but small. Worth to try overall.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
no play on sport day.. too much people....
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
This is very new course. The green and fairway are also in the good condition. But not so many trees especially big tree for shadow. That's why I was not quite enjoy playing because it was pretty hot there. First hole and second hole are very closed, very dangerous. Food point is very rare. Better to bring some food yourself.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I went there on Jun 4 during the day. I have not tried their night golf yet. There were not many golfers on that day so it was very enjoyable for me. The trees are getting bigger than last time I was there. The greens are nice. First nine holes are easier than the last nine holes. The price is quite reasonable compared to a lot of courses in Thailand as this course is still quite new.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Stolen golf sets at Rachakram Golf Golf clubs are stolen at a golf course? Sounds incredible but it can happen. This occurred on Saturday 14 June 2008 at Rachakram Golf Club in Ayudhya. The clubs were stolen after the completion of an early round, which I played with two friends. After the 18th hole, I rode back to my car on the buggy. One of my friends, an expatriate, followed behind in his buggy. We had come to the golf course together in my car. In drive a Nissan Teana, which needs an electronic key card to open to doors or trunk. To open the trunk you have to stand right next to the truck with key card in hand and press a button located above the license plate. This is what I did to open the trunk. My caddie, a woman, placed my bag in the trunk. My friends caddie then put his clubs in the trunk and appeared as if he closed the trunk. Thinking that everything was in order, we drove our buggies to the clubhouse for a shower and lunch. After lunch, at about 2 pm, we drove off to Bangkok and went for a foot massage, parking right in front of the spa that had a security guard overseeing parking space for its customers. We are regulars at this spa and the guard is familiar to us. After the massage, I dropped off my friend at his condo in Thonglor at about 4 pm. As I parked I opened the trunk from inside the car. But when my friend opened the trunk, both golf sets were missing. Could the golf clubs been stolen at the spa? My car was parked right in front of the spas security guard and he reported that no one had approached the car. Also, as I mentioned earlier, the trunk of the Nissan Teana cannot be opened unless you press the button above the license plate with the key card on you. I called Rachakram Golf Club and asked to speak to the person in charge. A lady, who said her name was Khun Nat, took the call. I explained the situation to her and asked her to investigate. Khun Nat said she would call back. She did call back. She identified the two caddies and said she spoken to them adding that they both reported nothing unusual. Khun Nat suggested that I speak to my caddie. I agreed. My caddie, the woman, said she placed my bag in the trunk (correct). Then she said that my friends caddie placed his bag in the trunk (correct again). But then she said, my friend closed the trunk (not correct). My friend did not close the trunk, as he was busy collecting his things in the buggy. His caddie, a young man, was the last person near the trunk. We believe that this caddie acted as if he closed the trunk but in fact did not. We believe that between the time we went to the clubhouse for showers and lunch and the time we left for Bangkok, the golf bags were taken out of the trunk. Since I could not agree with Khun Nat and the caddies on this point, I asked for the phone number of the owner of Rachakram Golf Course. Khun Nat said she would call the owner and ask for permission. She called back saying that the owner did not want to give away his phone number. Khun Nat said she was given authority to deal with the matter. In hindsight, I admit that my friend and I should have closed the trunk ourselves. But then how many times have we played golf and allowed caddies in other courses to put the bags and close the trunk of the car at the end of each round? Needless to say that we will never go back to Rachakram Golf Club ever again. But the story is not over. I will still try to get the phone number of the owner and speak to him. I am sending you this email to be wary of what could happen to you at Rachakram Golf Club.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I played at this colf course on Aug 13. The overall condition of the course is fair. Fairways are quite in good condition as also the greens. But the managements should consider not only the condition or the layout of the course, they must also consider the "well golf course management" practices. They need to be more professional on this matter. On that day our group was the 5th group to be waiting to tee of on the 4th hole, par 3. There was no call-hole even there were many groups waiting. The course's marshall was useless on this kind of the situation. Also the quality of the caddies reflects the quality of the management. I felt like they are a good bag carrier, not a caddie. I understood the they are new but a few simple things such as cleaning the ball before putting, take the flag out when balls are on the green, they still didn't do it properly. The caddie fee is the same as other golf courses but service we received was not worth that much. The other thing that I noticed, there were several times that some group hit their tee shot off the tee while the group in front of them was still in the middle of fairway, which I have never seen this at the well-managed golf courses. So the course manager should seriously think about these issues not just how well the course is and remember that there are several good golf courses around with a better management and fair pricing. Overall, this course condition is good but a 1,500 green fee + 280 caddie is not worth to go again.
Peterh
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I have played this course 3 times in the past month. It is great for late afternoon early evening play. The layout is great and there are some really good holes. The value for money is also there. I will be a regular here.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Cute little course with ok layout. The girl at the front desk was very polite and friendly.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Played the course on 19 August. Was in decent shape. Played fairly easy and wasn't busy as a big tournament just finished. Worth it for the money at 1300 after noon.
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