Golf Courses in Penang Island

Top Golf Courses in Penang Island, Malaysia

Golf Courses in Penang Island

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  • San Shehab
    Penang Island, Malaysia17 contributions
    Booked Agilan for a few friends who flew from Oslo. He took really good care of them. They thoroughly enjoyed his knowledge of the local markets
    Written 8 June 2019
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  • FHaWK
    Singapore, Singapore38 contributions
    The golf course is memorable with its extremely tight fairways. The index 1 (think it was hole 3) looked like a speck to aim at but overall, the course was reasonably well-maintained with fast greens and raked bunkers. The clubhouse does not look great and is showing its age. The caddie lost one of our club head covers and was unable to find it. Just to note, he spoke little English so communication with him was sparse and isolated to the key questions around distance, directions, etc.
    Written 4 June 2019
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  • charliebigtime
    Vung Tau, Vietnam149 contributions
    The racecourse doesn't feature in any of the tourist maps + is a little difficult to find but a worthwhile afternoon pastime.The course is impeccable + the horses appear well cared for.After being informed at two different bus stations (Komtar + Jetty) that no bus goes to the track I booked Grab.The cost was reasonable at 10 r for a 15 minute ride.Admission was 6 r ($1.50 US).I noticed buses on a nearby road, Ayer Itam, so the ride home was only 1.40 r .
    The racing started at 1.45pm + finished at 5.45.
    Racing is on selected weekends.Check out the website for racedays.The jockeys seem to fly in from Singapore + Macau.The prize money is on the low side so I assume the horses are ones not good enough for Australian,HK or Japan.
    The paddock is in front of the A/C grandstand and the horses are paraded with the "jockeys up".
    I really enjoyed my afternoon here + will plan to visit again.
    Written 4 November 2018
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