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Teeing off on Koh Pich

Teeing off on Koh Pich

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If young people who live in Phnom Penh want to spend their leisure time hanging out with friends enjoying a pleasant view, they may walk along the riverside to Diamond Island, a business and residential development on a reclaimed island in the city.

If you go there, you will see that a lot of people go there in the evenings because it is a great place for entertainment. As you come to Koh Pich Municipal hall, if you turn right you will see an attractive building with a glass wall. This is Elite Golf Club. It is in a lovely location with fresh air from the river where you can relax and enjoy good service.

General Manager Chhoun Navy said: “Elite Golf Club is the only place to play golf in the heart of Phnom Penh City. There are an increasing number of young people interested in playing golf and we provide them with professional training.” 

Elite Golf Club has a driving range, a golf simulator, a garden, a pool-bar, a gym, individual massage chairs, a VIP lounge, a children’s playground and a bar restaurant. As well as this, it also provides golf club hire, has a meeting room, VIP rooms, wi-fi internet, lockers, golf coaches, and putting greens.

The fee for the driving range is $10 per person, while entrance to the swimming pool is $5, as it is for the gym. Children’s entry is $3.

 “The Elite Golf Club joined up with the Foreign Correspondents Club to support the FCC First Golf Championship, which is played in Siem Reap. Customers who are interested in this event can come and train at the Elite Golf Club because we have a professional coach from abroad,” Navy said.

The Elite Golf Club is the best place to exercise after a hard day at work.

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