for Plutaluang Royal Thai Navy Golf Course, Thailand
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Good golf course for all abilities
4.0 of 5 starsReviewed November 25, 2018
This is a municipal course which is generally well kept, and offers risk reward course management for all levels of golfers. The club consists of four (N,S, E & W) 9 hole courses which you can mix accordingly, but let the club/caddy advise you based on your handicap or ability. I have played the course several times and always found it attractive, challenging and fun to play.
Fairways are reasonably forgiving and allow you the opportunity to have a go, greens were fast, bunkers variable. On the whole I would recommend this course, and for the area it also represents one of the lowest green fee and caddy costs around.
4.0 of 5 starsReviewed June 26, 2014
I've played the course many times and have always had an enjoyable time. Mostly the holes are wide open with a few challenging ones as well. I've found the staff and caddies to be friendly and courteous. The course is inexpensive which is why it is always full of golfers. I think that the greens have gotten better over the years. I try to play it at least one time on each trip to Pattaya.
1.0 of 5 starsReviewed January 19, 2012
Played 18th jan 2012, after making a booking for 20 arrived to a full on competition no buggies no caddies absolute chaos, wont be going back
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Update on the membership card
5.0 of 5 starsReviewed March 8, 2017
Thanks to the golf course. Please provide a membership card for the new year. To the House of Hope staff and a policy in the administration of the courts of every year must have a certificate, membership before the end of March by members to pay a fee per member per 1200 USD. + and another 200 on the card. the preferred method would be to improve the system's small card Nitro Nick. At other airports Please consider with faith the Navy long ago.
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