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  • IOI Palm Villa Golf & Country Club

An unspectacular but very cheap round of golf whose wide, generous fairways make it ideal for weekend hackers looking to shoot a decent score The 27 holes of IOI Palm Villa Golf & Country Resort lie a 25 minute drive from Johor Bahru and Singapore’s Second Link Expressway, making it a prime candidate for those in Singapore to play a round of golf without breaking the bank. Given the very reasonable green fees we wouldn’t have been surprised if the club had skimped on maintenance, but despite recent rain the fairways were in a decent condition, despite a slightly uneven cut in places. The greens, sadly, weren’t up to scratch, being overly sandy which prevents the consistent roll and precision that all golfers dream of. Putting was a bit of a nightmare, and not in a good way. The fairways are wide and inviting, giving you licence to pull out the big dog and go for it, as you can usually get away with going a little off-line; but go too far and you can find yourself in trouble, especially when recent rainfall twinned with inadequate drainage means that some bunkers have turned into impromptu water hazards. Avoid these though and you are in for some good scores, the generosity of the fairways meaning even on an off-day you can post a respectable total thanks to the bail out areas available for those hooking and slicing their way around. Overall, it’s not much to look at, given the open feel and the general flatness of the terrain, and the endless oil palm trees that are in evidence all the way round contribute to a feeling of one hole blending into the next, so we can’t say that there are any holes that live long in the memory. Nonetheless, this is a very cheap round of golf, and perfectly suited to weeken

IOI Palm Villa Golf & Country Club

An unspectacular but very cheap round of golf whose wide, generous fairways make it ideal for weekend hackers looking to shoot a decent score The 27 holes of IOI Palm Villa Golf & Country Resort lie a 25 minute drive from Johor Bahru and Singapore’s Second Link Expressway, making it a prime candidate for those in Singapore to play a round of golf without breaking the bank. Given the very reasonable green fees we wouldn’t have been surprised if the club had skimped on maintenance, but despite recent rain the fairways were in a decent condition, despite a slightly uneven cut in places. The greens, sadly, weren’t up to scratch, being overly sandy which prevents the consistent roll and precision that all golfers dream of. Putting was a bit of a nightmare, and not in a good way. The fairways are wide and inviting, giving you licence to pull out the big dog and go for it, as you can usually get away with going a little off-line; but go too far and you can find yourself in trouble, especially when recent rainfall twinned with inadequate drainage means that some bunkers have turned into impromptu water hazards. Avoid these though and you are in for some good scores, the generosity of the fairways meaning even on an off-day you can post a respectable total thanks to the bail out areas available for those hooking and slicing their way around. Overall, it’s not much to look at, given the open feel and the general flatness of the terrain, and the endless oil palm trees that are in evidence all the way round contribute to a feeling of one hole blending into the next, so we can’t say that there are any holes that live long in the memory. Nonetheless, this is a very cheap round of golf, and perfectly suited to weeken

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