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Golf course set to open

Golf course set to open

A US$25 million golf course at Grand Phnom Penh International City will open next month, a company representative told the Post Wednesday. Nine holes of the 18-hole course are set to open in April, according to GPPIC sales manager Teng Rithy. The golf course has been designed by Nicklaus Design and is set to cover 70 hectares at the centre of the 260-hectare satellite city. Construction of the course began in October 2008 covering 35 hectares of the site. The site has been developed by Indonesian firm Ciputra and Cambodia’s YLP Group.

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