It rained hard the day we played in a tournament for diplomats co-organised by the Guiyang authorities. Having abandoned play two holes into our round we were able to resume an hour later and found the course to have drained very well. The course itself is a lush, hilly, parkland course with very narrow fairways on the front nine. I had an excellent and agreable (female) caddy who plays golf and knew the course very well (but had no English). The tournament organisation was excellent. Scores were reported by marshals every three holes. Overall, an excellent golf experience, notwithstanding the slightly worn clubhouse.
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