SEA Games Golf Club
27 holes par 72
SEA Games Golf Club Information
|Designer:||Boo Young Co., Ltd.|
|Holes / Par / Yardage:||27 holes par 72|
Saythany District, Vientiane
10 miles northeast of the city center
|Closed on:||Open everyday|
|Max. golfers per group:||Weekday: 0 |
27 holes of special golf lay in waiting for clients to the lovely course reserved for the main Vientiane, Laos’s twenty-fifth Southeast Asian Games. The course is located about 10 miles northeast of the city and therefore a spectacular escape from the urban bustles. The area is ideal for a getaway because of the surrounding Lao woodlands’ pastoral flora and fauna.
When on this golf course, you will enjoy the water surrounding some of the holes in the chairmanship layout. However, these are not the hazardous garden waters people are used to. They are indeed very expansive. Luckily, they add to the view than simple short-making. Because they are agile, you should not cross them to avoid unexpected hooks or even slides in order to stay dry. One of the largest water bodies is over 1,000 yards in length and surrounded by 7 holes that lay between courses B and C. 7 of the water bodies on the Lao Woodland define the tangential playing section for eighteen of the 27 holes in the golf course.
For players who are familiar with South Florida Golf, GC SEA Games will be similar especially in terrain to the ones that are generally flat with links sort of tracks. Though the total elevation varies across the twenty seven holes, it rests at an average of about 15 feet. Some greens could be the main island greens for the entire water surrounding them but are in real sense peninsular. No golf player wants to hit into the greens or else your scorecard will have some big numbers. Generally, the course gives the player feeling of affection when observing the water from the trees, fairways, and greens.
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