Chuan Chuen Golf Club Reviews

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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Good golf course with a few interesting par 4. Plenty of water hazards. My friend lost half a dozen of golf balls here. Pleasure but faster green will make it even more challenging
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Played on august 16th. pretty fast round the course is in good condition and good value for money caddies nothing great, but never mind.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I played there several times and always impressed by the course. However, it seem that we always run into VERY VERY bad manner tourist from Korea or Taiwan. Our 4 balls were not playing slow, but three times in the same day, the group behind us teed off before we made our 2nd shot. The first time missed me by no more than 10 meters, the 2nd time missed my friend's head by less than 2 feet, the third time I'd actually went to speak to them and they still did not apoligise. This is a good course, but if the marshall keep letting this kind of manners happen, we will certainly stop playing there.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I justed play today and quite impressed in the lay-out of this course. I think you should try this course and will like it.
mikey
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Inconsistant green speed from green to green. Difficult to judge
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I have just finished playing a 2-ball, which took just below 6 hours, because of a very slow group of 4 in front. This is normal for this course as they do not enforce speed of play or use a Marshall. They claim that they have a marshall, however, there is no transport so that he/she can move around!!!! The most sad excuse I have heard so far. I like the course and the caddies, however, if a round of golf shall take 5-6 hours, then I will play elsewhere.
mikey
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Improved a lot in maintainence lately. THe greens are much smoother (yet still quite hard). Nice natural surrounding (as usual). Fantastic value for the money.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
Have played this course several times & normally found it in pretty good shape but the first weekend in May note that the maintenance of this course has fallen off significantly. The fairways are more like pasture lands and the greens should be 2 put optional. Fees charged don't justify that CC has basically evolved as a course just to go out and give it a hit. Other courses in the vicinity of Bangkok at equal or lesser fees are better value and better maintained. Good layout but maintenance has to be put back on the agenda of the owners.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
What a suprise.!! I didn't expect much when a friend asked me to play here. We played early morning and had no one in front of us all morning and only one or two groups we saw behind us. Noticed a lot more golfers playing as we were leaving and the place seems to pick up (one tour bus) around 10am. Interestingly enough, there is a special rate of 650 b if you start BEFORE 10AM. Fairways and greens were in excellent condition. The greens were a bit hard to read sometime. Caddies were nice and knowledgeable with limited English (not a problem). Food stations were well equipped with some interesting food. Clubhouse facilities were excellent. Great showers, large lockers and nice facilities (except for the grungy looking carpets and no one there to clean shoes). Tried the restaurant for lunch and all the food we had was very good.
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Posted: 2013-02-25 02:23:37
I played this course as 1 of a 3 ball on Sunday 29 June 2003. After 3 holes we caught a Japanese or Korean 5 ball who would not to let us play through and did not call on call holes resulting in a round which lasted for almost 6 hours. This 5 ball were marking every putt that was not holed necessitating an inordinately long time on the greens. They nor their caddies were raking bunkers. On many occasions we had played to the green and putted out before even one of them had played from the next tee. There was nobody in front of this group but there were many groups having to wait behind us. This sort of beaviour is ignorant and totally unacceptable. When we eventually got back to the clubhouse I asked to see the golf manager. He was not there in person but I spoke to someone that the receptionist put me in touch with on the phone. When I told him of our experiences he asked why I had not spoken to one of the course marshalls. Why? Because we had not seen any marshalls the whole time we were on the course. He then suggested that I should have telephoned. Telephoned? On a golf course? I come from a country where mobile telephones are banned from golf courses and I would not be inconsiderate to others by using one, even in SE Asia where it appears to be the norm. The maximimum in any group anywhere else in the world is 4. Why does this part of the world allow 5 and 6 ball goups, especially at busy times. Why? There is only one reason and that is MONEY. Just to round the day off when we went to the restaurant we were the only customers and there were five or six waiters on duty. Even then they managed to forget 1 of the three meals that we ordered. NOT A HAPPY EXPERIENCE I AM AFRAID AND ONE THAT I WILL NOT BE REOEATING IN A HURRY.
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