Treasure Hill Golf Course is situated on Highway 331, and turning off along two kilometres
to country lane surrounded by the splendours of nature, one encounters a charming
single storey clubhouse lying among shading trees on the highest point of the landscape.
From the clubhouse, members and guests are afforded splendid view of the surrounding
countryside, and yet the building is so well designed. The players on the course
are scarcely aware of its presence. The harmony of nature seems undisturbed.
At first sight the course look deceptively simple. However, the whole story only
unfolds as one play a round. Then the subtle challenges of each hole makes themselves
felt in a complex relationship between striking the ball, and contemplating the beckoning
greens surrounded by the curving hillside.
The longest par five on the course we called “Mizuno” as a homage to some of the
best golf clubs and irons in the world. During the rainy season, the ponds are filled
with water, and in the dry season they empty of water and become lakes of long grass.
One can go in and play the ball if it can be found amongst the lush vegetation.
Golfing is possible all day long at Treasure Hill, and one can play 36 holes, if
arrive before 9.00 am. Also, since the course is very hilly, water drains off half
a hour after rain.