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Silkie Oaks & Treasure Hills

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#1 wuza09

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Posted 03 August 2016 - 06:48 PM

Hi Guys& gals,

 

Heading back to Thailand in 7 days time and will be playing Silky Oaks & Treasure Hills golf courses, has any body played these courses recently and any feedback much appreciated

 

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Rob


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#2 mugcanic

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Posted 21 January 2017 - 11:45 AM

Hi Guys& gals,

 

Heading back to Thailand in 7 days time and will be playing Silky Oaks & Treasure Hills golf courses, has any body played these courses recently and any feedback much appreciated

 

Thanks

 

Rob

 

How did you go Rob?

Sorry, I have only just spotted your post.

I've played both these course, didn't like Treasure Hill because, from memory, 3 of the par 5's required a "layup" from the tee....meaning a driver would reach the hazard or rough.

We played Silky Oak just after it was opened and there were a number of shared fairways which , in my opinion, made it downright dangerous. Luckily when we played there weren't many playing, but we still had some near misses.

I believe Silky Oak now has all fairways in place.

I'm interested in your assessment.


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#3 wuza09

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Posted 21 March 2017 - 12:04 PM

The courses where really good , I did enjoy playing Silky Oaks,it is very open but all fairways where good and greens excellent.

Treasure Hills I liked and found it a bit more difficult than SO but both where good to play.

Going back in August again this year for 10 days for some more golf.






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