Taekwang Country Club - East Course
|Blue M: 73.1/123||399||550||429||212||587||395||363||191||373||3499||6950|
|White I M: 71.8/121||399||534||407||212||571||395||363||191||359||3431||6832|
|White II M: 70.7/121||378||504||379||198||549||370||340||174||342||3234||6400|
|White III M: 69.4/119 W: 71.7/123||378||504||379||198||549||370||340||174||318||3210||6354|
|Gold M: 69.2/117 W: 70.2/119||354||468||346||179||509||370||316||153||304||2999||5817|
|Red W: 66.9/109||267||444||292||138||419||266||253||131||279||2489||4862|
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A popular spot for Seoul's golf-mad population
I played Taekwang Country Club in 2016 at night under the lights. What a cool way to play golf. I warmed up on a four-deck driving range that's so popular, my group even saw an LPGA Tour player there practicing.
The whole facility is so busy that most of the 36 holes have double greens sitting side by side to handle the wear and tear and traffic from the golf-mad locals. Plus, the ability to play after dark keeps things hopping day or night.
Taekwang, mostly a private member's club, is walkable, enjoyable and playable, but only 18 of them are open to the public. Female caddies control five-person carts by remote control. They are a staple at high-end clubs, even though it has a sort of muni feel in terms of conditioning and elementary architecture.