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Yangon Golf Guide: Golf-courses andriving Ranges in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
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They are quite useful, but they are too headstrong (.... I hadn't found what others had said about food and lean swinging), I would say they are better than YcDC used to. Cause only thing I refuse is the occasional ball vendors on the courses who actually is interfering with the play while you are tryinh to analyze what went badly after each drilling.
In the past, the standard of playing course has been very low.
The best golf courses in Yangon
Golfer transfers to Pun Huing Club for 18 hole and 4 hour game. Burma has unrivalled golfs, most of which were constructed by the British during the early 1900', but in very good playing-conditions. Unbelievable course on an absolutely beautiful property overlooking the marshland of Charleston.
The Okkala Gulf Resort is situated in Cor of Waizayandar Rd, & Gandama St, South Okkalapa, Myanmar. It is active in sports, playing and playing sports. Yangon is a seasoned, second oldest (some say it is the oldest) course in Myanmar. Founded in 1909 by the British at its present location, some.....
The Danyin Gone Gulf Course in Yangon was created in 1909 and is the second oldest course in Myanmar. The Ye Dagon Taung Ye Dagon Course, created by British Colonist.... he was created in 1996 and is situated about 30 min from Mandalay in the direction of Maymyo.