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GREEN ADVENTURE: After a US$4m, 18-month makeover, the revamped Laguna Phuket course requires golfers to think strategically and sometimes take risks in order to score well. Holes 1 (above), 4, the clubhouse from Hole 18 Green and Hole 7

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GREEN ADVENTURE: After a US$4m, 18-month makeover, the revamped Laguna Phuket course requires golfers to think strategically and sometimes take risks in order to score well. Holes 1, 4 (above), the clubhouse from Hole 18 Green and Hole 7

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GREEN ADVENTURE: After a US$4m, 18-month makeover, the revamped Laguna Phuket course requires golfers to think strategically and sometimes take risks in order to score well. Holes 1, 4, the clubhouse from Hole 18 Green (above) and Hole 7

BT_20150221_JMGOLF218QSF_1525087.jpg
GREEN ADVENTURE: After a US$4m, 18-month makeover, the revamped Laguna Phuket course requires golfers to think strategically and sometimes take risks in order to score well. Holes 1, 4, the clubhouse from Hole 18 Green and Hole 7 (above)

The thinking man's golf course

A complete redesign of Laguna Phuket Golf Club breathes new life into the 22-year-old layout.
Feb 21, 2015 5:50 AM

WHILE Laguna Phuket Golf Club has undergone the occasional nip and tuck over the years since it opened for play in 1992, in July 2013 it embarked upon a US$4 million, 18-month redesign journey. Canada-based golf architect Paul Jansen was engaged and his major priority was to be environmentally

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