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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 17:44

enwee wrote:
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Dear bros and sistas, being a newbie to the game, kindly advise which are the more forgiving and the least no of golfers in JB, pls? Have been to Ponderosa and Palm...always been "chased" by many flights behind us sigh...thanks in advance. Heard there are lesser pple in Daiman 18 and is fairly easier? lol

from a newbie point of view, how was your experience for at Palm Villa?
Palm Villa ok. Just played there last wk. But beginners should avoid IOI.

Bro enwee, paiseh that day need to rush off... Still owe u two pinch of beer. Haha

Next time coming for a Sunday PM game let me know ya...

Thanks...
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 17:55

enwee wrote:
Mike888 wrote:
jac_mav wrote:
Dear bros and sistas, being a newbie to the game, kindly advise which are the more forgiving and the least no of golfers in JB, pls? Have been to Ponderosa and Palm...always been "chased" by many flights behind us sigh...thanks in advance. Heard there are lesser pple in Daiman 18 and is fairly easier? lol

from a newbie point of view, how was your experience for at Palm Villa?
Palm Villa ok. Just played there last wk. But beginners should avoid IOI.
noted sir. *siam IOI, Siam IOI*
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 18:06

try kukup... super quiet weekday think u might feel like u r the only one there
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 18:24

Mike888 wrote:
enwee wrote:
Mike888 wrote:
jac_mav wrote:
Dear bros and sistas, being a newbie to the game, kindly advise which are the more forgiving and the least no of golfers in JB, pls? Have been to Ponderosa and Palm...always been "chased" by many flights behind us sigh...thanks in advance. Heard there are lesser pple in Daiman 18 and is fairly easier? lol

from a newbie point of view, how was your experience for at Palm Villa?
Palm Villa ok. Just played there last wk. But beginners should avoid IOI.
noted sir. *siam IOI, Siam IOI*
Actually most of the JB courses are quite empty on sun pm. If not, they'll not offer so good price. Place like Puteri I thought quite good too, beginners like C, personally I like A.

Ponderosa quite ex in comparison with the others also it's buggy on track.

Palm Resort also ok.
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 18:29

So the options are Daiman 18, Permas Jaya(9 holes), Palm Resort (not IOI) and Puteri rite. Hmm...will try at least 1 of them this coming Haji long weekend!
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 18:36

jac_mav wrote:
So the optioThe are Daiman 18, Permas Jaya(9 holes), Palm Resort (not IOI) and Puteri rite. Hmm...will try at least 1 of them this coming Haji long weekend!

Try book thru golf greedy, their offer looks attractive.
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 18:37

Mike888 wrote:
jac_mav wrote:
So the optioThe are Daiman 18, Permas Jaya(9 holes), Palm Resort (not IOI) and Puteri rite. Hmm...will try at least 1 of them this coming Haji long weekend!

Try book thru golf greedy, their offer looks attractive.
Golf greedy? I thought only have JGCC and IOI Palm Villa?
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 18:44

shimizu.toruk wrote:
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Is pulai springs a good place for beginners / noobs ?

Pulai Springs have 2 courses - Pulai Course & Melana Course.

Pulai Course tougher of the 2, not recommended for beginners. Melana course slightly better, but not as well maintained as Pulai Course. Drainage also pretty bad as it gets really soggy after heavy rain.

I think there are probably better courses that are more value for $$ in JB...JMO

How to go to pulai springs? Always wanted to play there but cannot figure out the way there.
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 22:17

Cause my aunt stays at pulai springs so she can get a resident fee. I was thinking if I should go on course since in Sg it's just too expensive. And I often practice on the driving range.
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 22:18

You should exit Senai airport with the plane logo.
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Wed Oct 10 2012, 23:57

enwee wrote:
Mike888 wrote:
jac_mav wrote:
So the optioThe are Daiman 18, Permas Jaya(9 holes), Palm Resort (not IOI) and Puteri rite. Hmm...will try at least 1 of them this coming Haji long weekend!

Try book thru golf greedy, their offer looks attractive.
Golf greedy? I thought only have JGCC and IOI Palm Villa?

i tot he mean Palm villa but no IOI Course. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Thu Oct 11 2012, 07:52

Mike888 wrote:
jac_mav wrote:
Dear bros and sistas, being a newbie to the game, kindly advise which are the more forgiving and the least no of golfers in JB, pls? Have been to Ponderosa and Palm...always been "chased" by many flights behind us sigh...thanks in advance. Heard there are lesser pple in Daiman 18 and is fairly easier? lol

from a newbie point of view, how was your experience for at Palm Villa?

I am also a newbie and I have been playing there. The fairway is rather wide and forgiving. Try Sunday noon where there is usually less ppl.
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Thu Oct 11 2012, 09:30

Mike888 wrote:
enwee wrote:
Mike888 wrote:
jac_mav wrote:
So the optioThe are Daiman 18, Permas Jaya(9 holes), Palm Resort (not IOI) and Puteri rite. Hmm...will try at least 1 of them this coming Haji long weekend!

Try book thru golf greedy, their offer looks attractive.
Golf greedy? I thought only have JGCC and IOI Palm Villa?

i tot he mean Palm villa but no IOI Course. Wink
Mike, because when jay_may mention all those course? u suggested golf greedy. As far as I'm concern, golf greedy only had JGCC and Palm Villa on the website for JB courses. There's also Pulai Spring but I never see price come out, so assume cannot booked. Anyway Palm Villa and Palm Resorts are different course, eventhough they are beside one another.
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Thu Oct 11 2012, 10:49

PV got 3 x 9 hols courses whereas Palm Resort has 3 x 18 hole courses
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PostSubject: Re: Golf Course in JB suitable for newbie   Thu Oct 11 2012, 11:12

Cool...appreciate all the input. Quite definite going to either one of those mentioned in this thread next weekend liao. Fingers crossed hopefully not too crowded if not will be pressured by flights behind waiting for me lol New here
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