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My group of goofy golfers, we called ourself Reddotgolfers (We had a forum too) is preparing to play on 29 November what we all love and fear...GOLF EXTREME....a day of non stop golfing !

We started this crazy non stop golfing 2 years back when our old boys group played 36 holes in a day under the hot sun. Temp average 35 deg C So we took on the game with them yearly !

We played this Extreme Golfing in a golf course in Johore, malaysia, a place called Pontian....2 hours drive from Singapore. Pontian ia a fishing town with fantatic seafood ! The place..KUKUP Golf and Country Club.

For only US$20, you could play the whole day......our record to break....45 Holes in a single day to include lunch and tea break !!!

Wish me luck everyone !!!

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Get in 54 or it ain't extreme!

Bro......i doubt i could make it to 27 holes...lately the heat in Singapore and Johore can cook an egg, average heat 35 degree C...but i will try 36 holes for you !

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Good luck!

Whoa bro ! You played before in Johore ???? Yes that what we do in Johore after a game of golf, good food, cheap gas and you forget....cheap and good MASSAGE !!!!

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Whoa bro ! You played before in Johore ???? Yes that what we do in Johore after a game of golf, good food, cheap gas and you forget....cheap and good MASSAGE !!!!

My good man, I really have no idea what you are talking about!

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In that case: GO FOR IT !!

Will do a field report after the game, now trying to get a local guide to bring us for some real wild games food like wild boar, fruit bats etc...yum yum...

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