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 The owner of Nine Bridges Golf Club, Mr JH Lee had extraordinary success with his foray into golf on Jeju Island.

Nine Bridges was designed by Golfplan's Ronald Fream and David Dale

So when he decided to create a second club closer to Seoul Mr Lee had no qualms about appointing Golfplan to design his new course.

No expense was spared in constructing the very best course and facilties possible.

Haesley (Nine Bridges) opened in 2009 with the aim of becoming the best private members club in the world.


Playing Haesley is a privilege.

The course is attractive, strategic, and beautifully manicured.

It reminds me a little of Augusta!


Haesley off the correct tees is a fair test for all golfers, but it will test even the best in tournament conditions off the championship tees.

It is an experience you will not forget.



 Notable Holes include:


- hole 1, a straight away par four- attractive and nicely bunkered- and a perfect opening hole. (see tee shot top of page)


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- hole 2, a well bunkered and thoroughly pleasant par three


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- hole 3, a longer par five where the green is very well protected by a sea of bunkers.

- hole 4, a shorter par four with a well bunkered raised green and waterfalls to carry. 


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- hole 6, a majestic longer par three that looks natural to the site and demands a strong carry to the raised green


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- hole 7 is a strong testing par four which starts with a water carry off the tee to a tree lined fairway that is extensively bunkered on the left. The green appears natural to the site and is nicely bunkered. The waterfall is a gorgeous distraction for a wonderful hole.


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- hole 9 is an 'all world' hole. It is demanding, strategic and drop dead gorgeous. Off the tee a player must decide whether to take the driver in an attempt to shorten the dangerous approach. But for many the risks of water left and bunkers right will convince them to hold back. The all water carry approach to a shallow green demands a well struck shot. It's a great hole.


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- hole 10 is a spectacular short par 4. An accurate tee shot will leave players with a delicate wedge into a near island green with boulders circling the green and waterfall behind.


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- hole 14, another gorgeous par three over water to a green well protected by a ring of bunkers


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- hole 16, a long par 5 with a sting in it's tail. The final approach is to a near island green with rock wall face and waterfall behind.


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- hole 17,  a long downhill par three requiring both accuracy and carry.


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Haesley (Nine Bridges) is a members club and is not usually available to the general golfing public.

However members can take guests.

If the opportunity arises, leave no stone unturned..


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