Recently redesigned, Muang Kaew is not too far from Bangkok city centre. A great place to play but it was my fourth day of golf in a row. And the body sometimes has a way of saying, take a rest. A great way to take a rest is to hit under the trees or under the water. As a result I can't quite remember how I played. 107 was the score, I think. Didn't bother to keep the scorecard.
Instead headed to Bangkok Hospital after the game to visit an old friend who was recovering from a stroke. Then went and did a tour of the hospital, for which medical tourism is the word. Was suitably impressed by the receptionists/guest relations officers. The man was in full suit and the lady in Thai costume. Paid a visit to the men's room before leaving.
The next day at Lam Luk Ka, I played a bit better, shaving off four strokes from the previous day's score. The green was a little fast that day (as it made that much difference to a seasoned semi-pro such as I). Must be the traditional massage I had the night before.
By the sixth day, I still got up at 5am although there was no longer a game planned. Had breakfast, run some errands and took a van to the Suwarnabhumi International Airport to take the flight home.
All good things must come to an end, I suppose. Of course too much of a good thing need not turn you into a pro overnight. Why compromise my amateur status after all.