Mercuries Taiwan Masters 2022

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Taiwan Golf Club is the first golf course in Taiwan. It has a history of 100 years since its establishment in 1919. The course not only has elegant scenery, but also has complete facilities. It is one of the few golf courses with world-class standards in Taiwan.

The golf course is located in Tamsui, where the humanities gather, and it is integrated with historical relics such as Redmao City, Oxford Academy, Christ College, etc. to form a special humanistic culture, which has its historical value.

Linkou Golf Club, situated in suburban Taipei, was founded by the late tycoon and politician Wu San-lien in 1963 and has a history of over 50 years since its opening in 1965. Linkou International currently has 27 holes in three loops—East, West, and South—along with a practice range and a restaurant. The course sits on the mostly level terrain of Linkou Plateau near the gleaming Bali coastal area. Guanyin Mountain, Tamsui River mouth and Taipei Port are just part of the spectacular view from this course.

Similar to many old golf courses in Taiwan, the fairways in Linkou International are contoured by tall, lush trees. The vigorous and greenish plants offer a golf experience full of nature. The course is moderately challenging thanks to the fact that most of the fairways provide nice spacious landing area with little elevation changes. The well-maintained condition, tidy course routing, great clubhouse facilities and the convenient location make Linkou Golf Club a gem for golfers in northern Taiwan.

International Series Korea

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Robert Trent Jones II designed the thirty-six holes at Lotte Skyhill Country Club on Jeju Island, which opened its doors in 2005. Jones said of his approach here, « during construction we found granite and living rock that are unique Jeju elements, and we enjoyed using them to create the artistic and functional character » of the club. The parkland setting is fairly level, but still offers picturesque vistas of the mountains and the sea. The club allows non-members to play one of the nines, and, unlike many in Korea, features a driving range. The course is a real challenge, with blind tee shots and abundant (and quite tricky) water hazards; it can take a couple of rounds to develop a strategy for the tougher holes. Upkeep suffers somewhat from the heavy traffic that the course receives, but play is always enjoyable. The large clubhouse offers an array of international and regional dishes.

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