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About Yangon City Golf Resort:
The Yangon City Golf Resort (also known as YCDC Golf Club) comprises two 18-hole golf course, with the first 18 known as Silver (Ngwe Thaw Tar) course opened in 1994 at 7000 trails and the second 18 known as Pondi (Myakantha) (1996) at 6208 trails. It is a 40 minute north of Yangon city centre.
Both 18-hole golf holes are very different. It is a well known golf course that hosted the Asian PGA Tour in 1998 and 1999.
It is definitely one of the better places in the area with very well tended green and course that is not missed out when you travel around. About Yangon City Golf Resort: Cart: Par / Yardage: Established: