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The 18-holes par 72 course plays to 3,218m on each of the nines making it an average course length of 6,306m for the blue tees... The fairway is of cow grass and is of fairly acceptable condition... The most scenic and challenging holes are the two par 3s #7 and #15 which plays to island greens...
The clubhouse is very basic but looks very futuristic and impressive with the golfer's terrace overlooking the finishing hole... The changing room need a renovation though... The buggy rate for non-members is RM66 inclusive of tax... The buggy also need an urgent upgrade...
Updated Aug 29, 2007
Address: PTD 90038, Mukim Plentong, 81750 Masai
As you pass through the main gates, you cannot help but to notice this huge white imposing building sitting on top of a hill. This is the club house of Austin Hills Country Club. A 360 degrees panoramic view of most of the fairways of the golf course is visible from here.
There are two 18 holes courses, namely the Austin Course and the Hills Course.
All the tee boxes are elevated and there are quite a few holes which one has to drive across intimidating ravines to arrive on the fairways proper.
I must at least mention something about the changing rooms. Walking into the changing room here is like walking into a night club. You become awashed in darkened cool colors minus the music. It's an experience not to be forgotten.
The club have from time to time special promotion rates for walk in visitors. It is wise to check with the club on this, you many save a few ringgit.
Updated Oct 19, 2004
Address: Lot 58061, Taman Mount Austin,Mukim Tebrau,
Phone: 352 4300
I know a friend who likes car racing in Malaysia. There's a circuit available for a fee for private use of the circuit. Maybe it will be of interests to some car enthusiasts.
"Also called the Johor Racing Circuit, this is a well-used 3.86-kilometre track which continues to see a great deal of racing action. It currently hosts the annual World Superbike Championship, the World Endurance Race and the Johor Racing Series for motorcycles and cars. It is also open for a fee to private motor sport enthusiasts who wish to experience the thrills and spills of driving their machines at high speed in the relative safety of a racetrack."
Written Feb 22, 2004
Address: Pasir Gudang. Johor Bahru. Johor. MY 81700.
Phone: +60 7 223 4935; 224 9960
Mount Ophir is 1,276m above sea level. It is the highest mountain in Johor. On a clear day, the outline of Sumatra can be seen from the summit. Gunung Ledang is part of an ecological rainforest considered to have one of the richest flora species in the world.
Written Feb 22, 2004
4 Reviews and 152 Opinions This is one of the best hotel in town. The rooms are comfortable, service is great and people are...
8 Reviews and 374 Opinions Tried booking the hotel but it has been closed down.
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