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Designer: Kyle Phillips

“As you walk the course, the ever-present beauty of South Cape is all around you. It is one of the most striking coastlines in golf.” Kyle Phillips

As we know, the golf industry is full of hot air. Anytime a new course opens it is invariably touted somewhere for it


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Designer: Ronald Fream

The game of golf is exploding in South Korea and in particular on the popular and rapidly developing southern island of Jeju, home to the impressive Club at Nine Bridges. Founded by the grandson of the Samsung visionary, the course takes its name from the eight stone bridges that span the site&rs


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Owned and developed by Asiana Airlines, the Asiana Country Club outside of Seoul is a 36-hole facility with two courses designed by Ronald Fream and his GolfPlan team. This was surely one of the prolific teams most demanding projects, for although the mountainous site here is dramatic and att


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Owned and developed by Asiana Airlines, the Asiana Country Club outside of Seoul is a 36-hole facility with two courses designed by Ronald Fream and his GolfPlan team. This was surely one of the prolific teams most demanding projects, for although the mountainous site here is dramatic and att


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Built within a winter sports resort in the mountains south of Seoul, Birch Hill is a luxurious golf experience with plenty of attractive scenery, fine turf conditions and pretty golfing visuals.

The course looks great and will please most demographics, but it’s frustrating from a


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Designer: JMP Design

The Blackstone Golf Resort on Jeju Island, is yet another modern South Korean golf experience dominated by a monstrous clubhouse and expensive golf course, this time with some surprisingly good design thrown in as well.

Fairways, tees and greens here are bent grass, and surfaces are g


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Built on an attractive site high in the hills northeast of Seoul, the Crystal Valley golf course should have been one of the most pleasant places for golf in Korea, but is instead a huge disappointment let down by some really amateurish design.

Major problem spots include the overdone


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Designer: Mr. Lim

One of the better mountain courses in South Korea, Hwa Sun Country Club isn’t a giant of world golf by any stretch, but it does feature some genuinely good holes including a solid long par three across a dam and valley into an attractive built-up target. The mounding on the back nine&rsq


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A stunning modern establishment in the hills outside Seoul, the Jade Palace golf course was designed by the Greg Norman Golf Course Design team, headed by project architect Harley Kruse. Expensive and exclusive, members at Jade Palace enjoy opulent clubhouse facilities and one of Korea’


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