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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Fri Apr 04, 2014 2:22 pm

enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
Caddy fees have increased?
Generally the standard now is 60 good one 70. Of cos those special services one even more.
lol what special services?
Sir, this service I don't think u wanna used.lol
i was thinking of the caddies that i've seen there... and i dont think anyone would want to use...
Well when u need it....u really need it.
i really interested to know what other service can caddy offer besides carry bag, finding ball, tell you distance and read putting line.  scratch
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Fri Apr 04, 2014 2:24 pm

NikeN wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
Caddy fees have increased?
Generally the standard now is 60 good one 70. Of cos those special services one even more.
lol what special services?
Sir, this service I don't think u wanna used.lol
i was thinking of the caddies that i've seen there... and i dont think anyone would want to use...
Well when u need it....u really need it.
i really interested to know what other service can caddy offer besides carry bag, finding ball, tell you distance and read putting line.  scratch
compliment you that you are good golfer?
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Fri Apr 04, 2014 2:26 pm

NikeN wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
Caddy fees have increased?
Generally the standard now is 60 good one 70. Of cos those special services one even more.
lol what special services?
Sir, this service I don't think u wanna used.lol
i was thinking of the caddies that i've seen there... and i dont think anyone would want to use...
Well when u need it....u really need it.
i really interested to know what other service can caddy offer besides carry bag, finding ball, tell you distance and read putting line.  scratch
So far for u and costajos, I doubt u need it..... lol! 
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Fri Apr 04, 2014 2:33 pm

Gofnut wrote:
yaozza07 wrote:
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Bros, not sure if this was already asked but I want to play RJCC this Tuesday morning with 3 kakis. Can I just walk in or must book first? Whats the best way to go about this? Lastly, roughly how much?
Best deal is booked through golf greedy.

Compulsory caddy rite, 2 golfers/caddy or 1 each? How much to pay or tip?

Hi Yaozza07,

For walk-ins, the weekday green fee is RM84.80 (RM80 + 6% tax). It would be cheaper if you book thru Golfgreedy (I think its abt S$27). You need a handicap to play there so it depends on yr luck whether they check or not. Usually week days is less crowded so they may be less strict but if you are holding up others, then do not be surprised if the marshall comes up to you. Caddie will be one to one basis unless they have insufficient, then it may be 2 bags to one caddie. You pay the caddie directly as the club does not take any cut. RM60 (tips already included) is a fair amount for caddie fee. I am sure you will enjoy the course...unless your stamina runs out! Cheers.

Thanks, hope for good weather.
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Thu Apr 10, 2014 10:08 am

Played there on Tuesday, bloody hell din know that course maintenance is every Monday & Tuesday (until 3pm). So we only got to play 1st nine, 2 times (white tee/blue tee), quite disappointing but since everyone already took full day leave, just play la.

The course it self was ok in my opinion, and the walking, although quite tiring was a great way to fully enjoy the experience. You have time to think about your next shot, talk to your kaki's and really exercise! Some of my flightmates hated it as they were very unfit and were basically dead by the 7th hole, some even cramped on the 9th (long steep uphill). haha.
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Thu Apr 10, 2014 10:19 am

yaozza07 wrote:
Played there on Tuesday, bloody hell din know that course maintenance is every Monday & Tuesday (until 3pm). So we only got to play 1st nine, 2 times (white tee/blue tee), quite disappointing but since everyone already took full day leave, just play la.

The course it self was ok in my opinion, and the walking, although quite tiring was a great way to fully enjoy the experience. You have time to think about your next shot, talk to your kaki's and really exercise! Some of my flightmates hated it as they were very unfit and were basically dead by the 7th hole, some even cramped on the 9th (long steep uphill). haha.

Normal lah, so the caddie massage your kakis? Remember to give big tips if they do. It's a physically demanding course. That's why they said you need to be fit to play golf, not play golf to get fit. Always tried not to golf on monday.
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Thu Apr 10, 2014 10:47 am

enwee wrote:
yaozza07 wrote:
Played there on Tuesday, bloody hell din know that course maintenance is every Monday & Tuesday (until 3pm). So we only got to play 1st nine, 2 times (white tee/blue tee), quite disappointing but since everyone already took full day leave, just play la.

The course it self was ok in my opinion, and the walking, although quite tiring was a great way to fully enjoy the experience. You have time to think about your next shot, talk to your kaki's and really exercise! Some of my flightmates hated it as they were very unfit and were basically dead by the 7th hole, some even cramped on the 9th (long steep uphill). haha.

Normal lah, so the caddie massage your kakis? Remember to give big tips if they do. It's a physically demanding course. That's why they said you need to be fit to play golf, not play golf to get fit. Always tried not to golf on monday.
the message is the extra service you were eluding to earlier?
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Thu Apr 10, 2014 10:49 am

costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
yaozza07 wrote:
Played there on Tuesday, bloody hell din know that course maintenance is every Monday & Tuesday (until 3pm). So we only got to play 1st nine, 2 times (white tee/blue tee), quite disappointing but since everyone already took full day leave, just play la.

The course it self was ok in my opinion, and the walking, although quite tiring was a great way to fully enjoy the experience. You have time to think about your next shot, talk to your kaki's and really exercise! Some of my flightmates hated it as they were very unfit and were basically dead by the 7th hole, some even cramped on the 9th (long steep uphill). haha.

Normal lah, so the caddie massage your kakis? Remember to give big tips if they do. It's a physically demanding course. That's why they said you need to be fit to play golf, not play golf to get fit. Always tried not to golf on monday.
the message is the extra service you were eluding to earlier?
message??? simi message??? sms or whatsapp?
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Thu Apr 10, 2014 11:02 am

enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
yaozza07 wrote:
Played there on Tuesday, bloody hell din know that course maintenance is every Monday & Tuesday (until 3pm). So we only got to play 1st nine, 2 times (white tee/blue tee), quite disappointing but since everyone already took full day leave, just play la.

The course it self was ok in my opinion, and the walking, although quite tiring was a great way to fully enjoy the experience. You have time to think about your next shot, talk to your kaki's and really exercise! Some of my flightmates hated it as they were very unfit and were basically dead by the 7th hole, some even cramped on the 9th (long steep uphill). haha.

Normal lah, so the caddie massage your kakis? Remember to give big tips if they do. It's a physically demanding course. That's why they said you need to be fit to play golf, not play golf to get fit. Always tried not to golf on monday.
the message is the extra service you were eluding to earlier?
message??? simi message??? sms or whatsapp?
the message is in the massage?
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Thu Apr 10, 2014 4:25 pm

costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
yaozza07 wrote:
Played there on Tuesday, bloody hell din know that course maintenance is every Monday & Tuesday (until 3pm). So we only got to play 1st nine, 2 times (white tee/blue tee), quite disappointing but since everyone already took full day leave, just play la.

The course it self was ok in my opinion, and the walking, although quite tiring was a great way to fully enjoy the experience. You have time to think about your next shot, talk to your kaki's and really exercise! Some of my flightmates hated it as they were very unfit and were basically dead by the 7th hole, some even cramped on the 9th (long steep uphill). haha.

Normal lah, so the caddie massage your kakis? Remember to give big tips if they do. It's a physically demanding course. That's why they said you need to be fit to play golf, not play golf to get fit. Always tried not to golf on monday.
the message is the extra service you were eluding to earlier?
message??? simi message??? sms or whatsapp?
the message is in the massage?
of cos it's massage sir.....what's your mind thinking... ROFL 
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Thu Apr 10, 2014 7:26 pm

JGCC is a nice tough course to play in.

Hope course conditions can be restored soon...
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Thu Apr 10, 2014 8:21 pm

asahi wrote:
JGCC is a nice tough course to play in.

Hope course conditions can be restored soon...

The greens are fabulous right now. However there are still quite a bit of dry patches on the fairway and tee boxes as the recovery from the recent drought is still not 100%

I personally feel that RJ's greens are ranked top 3 in JB.
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PostSubject: Re: RJCC / JGCC (JB) hole by hole guide    Thu Apr 10, 2014 9:19 pm

Ya. Some fairways quite bad...potholes and patches even.
Did not really enjoy.

But the greens are decent. That, I enjoy
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