With the sound of a balloon, the teammates welcomed the golf ball as it floated in the air.
A golf enthusiast from Thayet owns this driver golf club. Tun U Myat; The voices that came out simultaneously with U Mya Zaw are those.
The most striking feature is the green field. Beautiful are the flagpoles in the middle of the field. The Mango Golf Course, one of many colonial structures in Thayet, Magway Division, is one of the most enjoyable sights. The military structures and fences adjacent to the golf course contribute to the unsightly scene of greenery. Some of the buildings that have reached the stadium’s perimeter are said to agitate golfers.
According to people close to Saka Sa, Min Aung Hlaing is now the focus of attention for the mango golf course, which was sought after during the SLORC-era military-occupied government.
Myanmar golf is considered to be the origin of mangoes, according to records, and it is ancient not only in Myanmar but also in Southeast Asian nations. After the second British invasion of Burma in 1852, Brigadier General Ford was in charge of about ten British bases in Thayet. These bases were taken over by the British. to maintain his soldiers’ strength and health. The volleyball court was built alongside a golf course, according to the records. The history of the mango golf course says that Colonel Sin Fole, commander of the 1st Infantry Battalion of Bengal, and Captain Richard Sawell, commander of the British Military Engineering Battalion, built it.
England and Sister In doing so, it named one of the numerous golf courses near the Scottish village of Saint Andrew, St. Sein Indou. The village’s golf course has a name that is similar to that of St. Andrew Link, and its layout plan is similar to that of the Burmese sister club.
The Sisters of the Stadium, England, and the St. Andrew Link are proud affiliations for the Proud Tourists.
Some people believe that playing in England is free if you have a Mango account. U Htay Aung, a local golfer, stated, “We are just taking care of her as a field sister.”
Structure of the golf course This is a typical professional stadium that can be played on 63.14 acres. 5 wells on Par 4; 2 wells on Par 5; There are nine holes with a par of 72 and 18 holes with one green and two tees. There are shots of windstorms and sunstroke as a deception. High and low hills; Due to the tall trees, it is said to be a high and low level playing field where you can play a variety of cards and tricks.
The green area is special because it is small and shaped like a tortoise, and each green player gets one chip. It’s a good course because it has bunkers, or sand pits, and it’s always hard to get one putt in.
You have been blessed. When the golf course was finished, the Burmese were not allowed to play in the stadium, which was only allowed to be used by subsequent British monarchs. A turning point occurs in the life of the golf course at a time when golfers are few and far between.
It has been seized for seven days
In 1973, the 44th Infantry Legion, which had moved from Aung Lan, got comfortable what became known as Bostal Jail. At the point when the soldiers showed up in 1993, when they saw the mango fairway during Headquarters President Ye Myint’s visit to the mango forest, they were told to monitor it since it was near the military. The state was denied funding, which hampered the stadium’s development. A local golfer stated in December 2020, “The current budget is approximately 20 lakhs per month.”
We need to help ourselves with the month to month stipends of the individuals and the gifts. It really is insufficient. There are just three boreholes. In order to keep the field green, water resources are essential. The army is not fully owned or protected at the moment. Development is not an option for acquiring the state budget; only specific ownership can do so. The colonial era lasted more than 130 years. Care must