I was a member of this club in the early 1980s at its present location tucked in a quiet valley known as "Moka" by the locals. My brother and I played this course almost everyday during the dry season and the fairways were arid and hard so the ball went far. There tended to be condition issues with debris from the forest often obstructing the ball and often you had to play around the local wildlife, one time it was a snake and I remember a frog infestation and insects burrowing into the greens. The course was challenging enough with smaller greens and a heavy rough, but the location really stands out with towering hills surrounding the holes. Don't expect well manicured fairways or greens here but the atmosphere more than makes up for that.
Date: June 16, 2017