My group played this course in April, just as the winter's cold grip was receding, so the fairways were still a little brown and flaccid. The greens, however, were in fine shape and really rather quick. The course is some way north of Beijing and set at the foot of some rather scenic hills.
The course is not too long and builds in difficulty rather nicely - don't let the gentle opening par 4 lure you into a false sense of security. Doglegs abound and shorter hitters are required to hit a number of second shots blind.
Caddies can make a big difference to one's enjoyment of the game and my two-ball was accompanied by two pleasant, knowledgeable, golf-playing women caddies whose advice was most helpful.
The facilities were good, with a rather grand, rococo style clubhouse.
In summary, my group had the kind of experience that makes one want to return - especially to figure out how to play those tricky doglegs.
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