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PostSubject: Gauge of timing   Tue Sep 25, 2012 5:37 pm

assuming i want to play a round of 18holes at palm springs batam on the 8.30AM (INDO time) tee time, how long would a beginner typically take and land back to Singapore?

arrive at TMFT 7AM (SG time) for check in [mandatory 1hr befpre departure]
ferry depart for Batam at 8AM (SG time)
ferry arrive in Batam 8AM (INDO time)
transfer to clubhouse 8.10AM (INDO time)
warm up and ready to tee off
tee off 8.30AM (INDO time)
front 9holes (how long does this take?)
lunch (assume a 30mins quick lunch)
back front 9holes (how long does this take?)
quick shower
transfer to ferry terminal
ferry depart Batam
ferry arrive in TMFT

Thanks!



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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:19 pm

last sat, we took the 1630, batam time, reached tmft, 1830 singapore time..
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:37 pm

enwee wrote:
last sat, we took the 1630, batam time, reached tmft, 1830 singapore time..

but your not a beginner lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:50 pm

aling wrote:
assuming i want to play a round of 18holes at palm springs batam on the 8.30AM (INDO time) tee time, how long would a beginner typically take and land back to Singapore?

arrive at TMFT 7AM (SG time) for check in [mandatory 1hr befpre departure]
ferry depart for Batam at 8AM (SG time)
ferry arrive in Batam 8AM (INDO time)
transfer to clubhouse 8.10AM (INDO time)
warm up and ready to tee off
tee off 8.30AM (INDO time)
front 9holes (2.5hrs) 11.00AM
lunch (assume a 30mins quick lunch) 11.30AM
back front 9holes (2.5hrs) 14.00PM
quick shower (0.5hr) 14.30PM
transfer to ferry terminal (1hr) 16.00PM
ferry depart Batam (1hr)
ferry arrive in TMFT (1hr due to time difference) 18.00PM

Thanks!

My estimate if you're a beginner. Fast games are usually 3 hrs, slow games can take up to 5 hrs.
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:51 pm

costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
last sat, we took the 1630, batam time, reached tmft, 1830 singapore time..

but your not a beginner lol!
Actually does not matter because got caddie but hor....depending on the front flight also. We might have finished earlier if the front flight of 2 did not stop and stop and also the dumb buggy works perfectly.
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:58 pm

I went to palm springs to collect my 5 scorecards and for a 2 ball flight on a friday, my friend and i manage to finish 18h game in 2.5~3hrs, including lunch. The caddies are familiar with the course. Personally, i tried finishing a 18h alone in 2~2.5hrs, eat lunch and catch the 2.30pm(indo time) ferry on a weekday.

Weekdays are less crowded, im not sure of the weekend crowd. This is my personal experience.
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:00 pm

enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
last sat, we took the 1630, batam time, reached tmft, 1830 singapore time..

but your not a beginner lol!
Actually does not matter because got caddie but hor....depending on the front flight also. We might have finished earlier if the front flight of 2 did not stop and stop and also the dumb buggy works perfectly.

i apologise again for the buggy Crying or Very sad
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:50 am

Safest is to take the 4pm ferry (Batam time). Since you go all the way there, no point rush. Might as well take your own sweet time and go for massage after the game. Dun worry, the massage there very gentle one. Can also check in to Palm Lodge and have massage in the room. Face Hug
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:10 pm

costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
last sat, we took the 1630, batam time, reached tmft, 1830 singapore time..

but your not a beginner lol!
Actually does not matter because got caddie but hor....depending on the front flight also. We might have finished earlier if the front flight of 2 did not stop and stop and also the dumb buggy works perfectly.

i apologise again for the buggy Crying or Very sad
No need lah...next time we go walking course..take the buggy's problem out of equation... lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:21 pm

enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
last sat, we took the 1630, batam time, reached tmft, 1830 singapore time..

but your not a beginner lol!
Actually does not matter because got caddie but hor....depending on the front flight also. We might have finished earlier if the front flight of 2 did not stop and stop and also the dumb buggy works perfectly.

i apologise again for the buggy Crying or Very sad
No need lah...next time we go walking course..take the buggy's problem out of equation... lol!

maybe it's the gas buggies... cos took a batt powered one the other day and was fine lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:21 pm

costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
last sat, we took the 1630, batam time, reached tmft, 1830 singapore time..

but your not a beginner lol!
Actually does not matter because got caddie but hor....depending on the front flight also. We might have finished earlier if the front flight of 2 did not stop and stop and also the dumb buggy works perfectly.

i apologise again for the buggy Crying or Very sad
No need lah...next time we go walking course..take the buggy's problem out of equation... lol!

maybe it's the gas buggies... cos took a batt powered one the other day and was fine lol!
Maybe...but isn't it to be good to take out even the maybe???? Beer
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PostSubject: Re: Gauge of timing   Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:13 pm

enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
costajos wrote:
enwee wrote:
last sat, we took the 1630, batam time, reached tmft, 1830 singapore time..

but your not a beginner lol!
Actually does not matter because got caddie but hor....depending on the front flight also. We might have finished earlier if the front flight of 2 did not stop and stop and also the dumb buggy works perfectly.

i apologise again for the buggy Crying or Very sad
No need lah...next time we go walking course..take the buggy's problem out of equation... lol!

maybe it's the gas buggies... cos took a batt powered one the other day and was fine lol!
Maybe...but isn't it to be good to take out even the maybe???? Beer

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