Royal Thai Army Sports Center (Old Course) Reviews

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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Just had one time to play last week , could't finished ..big rain but very impress me , mostly the view around is natural , fairways nice ,caddy good very proud this golf course belongs Thai .
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Most cost effective GC in town. Challenging but flat layout. Knowledgeable caddies, cheap but reasonable good food. Nice locker and convenience to go and return to the city. Pace of play slowwwwwwww on the week end because they allow 6-ball in a group. Nice to paly on wwek day
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Not the most beautiful course in Thailand but very close to Bangkok. Friendly caddies and good pace of play. I would make it my home course if I lived in Bangkok.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Fine and inexpensive. Green is somewhat slipery. Various foods along the 18 holes make the golf course interesting. Good noodles though
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I played this course for the first time on Tuesday 30 December. As you would expect for this time of year the course was in good condition. The new course was closed so the course was back up with 5 and 6 ball groupings. My friend and I were made to join up with 3 other Thais to form a 5 ball. My caddy was pretty decent but a couple of caddies in our group were old and slow and looked like they had seen better days. We started at 2pm and unfortunately only managed to complete 15 holes before dusk set in.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
This golf course is a bang for buck. You will get more than you pay for. Food is very good and cheap. Caddies can help you with almost every line, specially the men one. However, speed of play is one of the worst. If you have 6 hours to spend on the weekend for 18 holes then this is the course for you.
bspiegs
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
If you are a farang, you get to pay 200 baht more than a thai. Then, you have to wait until a group of thais "let" you join them. Basically, you get treated like a 2nd class citizen which is too bad because its an ok course with an excellent location. Also, be prepared to be behind all groups of 6 for your slowest possible golf experience.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I played there three days and really enjoyed myself. I recommend that you stay away from the course on weekends as it is very crowded and the play is slow.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I arrived at the course around 7am, by 7:30 I was in a 4 ball with 3 great Thai guys. My handicap is 9 but I'm playing to around 15 at the moment. The course looked and played well despite the heavey rainfall the night before. The fairways were wide enough and the greens were fast. The caddies knew almost to the foot were I was at all time and after the front nine the caddie was selecting clubs for me. The only downside I have is that, being a FARANG I paid 900 baht which the Thai guys didn't like so much, but hey. It was a Thursday morning and play was quick except for the par threes'. But thats par for any course. All in all I would say play it, it's a very nice course. I enjoyed it, the food was cheap and very good. Have fun!!
areinshagen
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Nice greens, terrible fairways - burnt, tight. They were flooding the fairways just to put water on them. Couldn't tell where the fairway ended and the rough began. Slow play. Don't play here, it's not worth the money. Proshop was closed!
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