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Junan Country Garden Golf Village

Junan Country Garden Golf Village
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  • Last modified: 2015-12-31
  • Club Facilities & Service
    Editor: 80%
  • Course Design
    Editor: 100%
  • Fairway & Green maintenance
    Editor: 100%
  • Caddy Service & knowledge
    Editor: 80%
  • Landscaping & View
    Editor: 80%

Review Summary:

To sum up, this is one beautiful golf course, interesting design course, nicely maintained, lovely landscaping, the only imperfection I can think of were the lighting poles dotted around the course..........but there again, nothing is prefect, I suppose, specially you want to have a hit in the evening.

Address Cuihu 1Road, Junan Town Shunde, Guangdong.
Junan-Chinese
007 booking hotline +852 2187 3146 or book-on-line
No. of Holes 18
Par / back tee 72 / 7,018 yards
Course designer Mr. Guo Kun Liang
Course transport Walk or cart

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Introduction

Had a chat with one of our members during a round & asked her which course she believed to be the best she played in China, she put her little thumb up & said – Junan is the best. That good? And I was there to check it out myself the following week…

To get there from Hong Kong, you will need to take a 2 hour ferry to Shunde from China Hong Kong City, TST & a 40 minutes ride by car or taxi.

Club Facilities & Service

Sizeable club house with decent facilities, staff are polite and friendly. Food was also very nice (Chefs from Shunde are the best from the country, have to give them a try!).

Fairway & Green maintenance

Junan-Condition
Tip-top condition, as good as my old favourite Agile GC, landscaping was very nice too with beautiful flower beds along some of the fairways.

Caddy Service & knowledge

I used a grade A caddy who was reasonably knowledgeable about the course.

Course Design

Junan-Design

Interesting & with lots of varieties, dogleg left, right, up & down hill, everything you expect to have on a golf course, you will find it here.

The main feature of the course is generous fairways & majority of the greens are elevated but they are relatively large with gentle slops.

Another local design golf course, well done!

Photos

  • Junan-H1-1

    A nice & easy starting hole with generous fairway.

    The downslope approach is a little harder as you will need to land softly on the elevated green with big bunker on the front left.
    Junan-H1-3 Junan-H1-2

  • Junan-H2-1
    Another elevated green on this par 3.
    Junan-H2-2

  • Junan-H3-1A big dogleg left, check your yardage with the caddy as you may get into the big bunker in the middle of the fairway.

    The approach is uphill.
    Junan-H3-3 Junan-H3-2

  • Junan-H4-1

    This is a signature hole as I am sure you will not ‘forget’ the unusual design.

    The tee shot should go to the blue arrow (200 yards minimum), if you are short – go to the right a bit.

    Junan-H4-3

    You can give the 2nd a try to land on the green but there will be lots of water to carry.

    Alternatively, you can lay up in front of the water, leaving a 140 yards shot to the green, protected by a front bunker.

    Junan-H4-2

  • Junan-H5-1

    A gentle dogleg to the right about 210 yards out.

    The approach is slightly up the slope onto a elevated green.
    Junan-H5-3 Junan-H5-2

  • Junan-H6-1
    The green of this par 3 is elevated…again.
    Junan-H6-2

  • Junan-H7-1

    A slightly upslope par 4, it will be ideal if you can lean to the left but not too much left (water).

    Junan-H7-3
    The approach is upslope too.

    Junan-H7-2

  • Junan-H8-1

    You need at least 180 -190 yards to reach the turn of the big dogleg right.

    Water is on your left side with bunkers guarding the elevated green.

    Junan-H8-3 Junan-H8-2

  • Junan-H9-1A gentle downslope par 5, water is on the left.

    Watch out for the a small stream that run across the fairway about 100 yards or so in front of the green.

    Junan-H9-4 Junan-H9-3 Junan-H9-2

  • Junan-H10-1
    A dogleg left par 4 going gently uphill.
    Junan-H10-3 Junan-H10-2

  • Junan-H11-1

    Dogleg left, need 200 plus to get over the water & bunker or lay up left a bit if you are short .

    The green slopes from back to front with 2 drops, check where you want to land the approach.

    Junan-H11-3 Junan-H11-2

  • Junan-H12-1
    Need to land your tee shot softly on this elevated par 3.

    Junan-H12-2

  • Junan-H13-1
    Water is on the right side of the fairway, the green is elevated….again with a big front right bunker.
    Junan-H13-3 Junan-H13-2

  • Junan-H14-1
    Lean your tee shot to the left on this one as if you are too right & short, you may not be able to see the green.
    Junan-H14-3 Junan-H14-2

  • Junan-H15-1

    An interesting but dangerous par 5.

    The fairway is split by a big bunker into 2, if you have a good drive, you will be tempted to reach the green in 2…..but the catch is you will need to fly quite a bit over water to an elevated green with lots of bunkers……what’s your choice?

    Junan-H15-4 Junan-H15-3 Junan-H15-2

  • Junan-H16-1
    A long par 4 going upslope all the way to the green.

    Junan-H16-3 Junan-H16-2

  • Junan-H17-1
    A medium length par 3.
    Junan-H17-2

  • Junan-H18-1

    A beautiful long par 5 with lots of landscaping & flower beds.

    Trouble all on the right side, need to be careful of the lay up as there is another small steam that run across the fairway.

    Junan-H18-4 Junan-H18-3 Junan-H18-2

007’s Rating

To sum up, this is one beautiful golf course, interesting design course, nicely maintained, lovely landscaping, the only imperfection I can think of were the lighting poles dotted around the course……….but there again, nothing is prefect, I suppose, specially you want to have a hit in the evening.

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Course Difficulty (Blue Tee): chilichilichili

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