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New court in Balakong

Discussion in 'Malaysia' started by peyter, Jun 25, 2004.

  1. peyter

    peyter Regular Member

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    Good news! Theres a new court in Balakong...
    And they have an offer --->if you book continuosly you get a free session
    (I think its 4 session = 1 free or something)
    I will add more details once I get em
     
  2. peyter

    peyter Regular Member

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    More details as promised

    :cool:
    As promised more details concerning the place...
    1)It has 10 courts and a nearby canteen
    2) You get a free session if you book continuosly for 4 sessions --- season booking encouraged
    3) Opening hours are after noon...dont know why...I may be wrong
    4) You can contact 0389621486 (*I'm not doing an advert for the owner here, just helping out people who are court-less)

    p/s I wanted to edit the original post but didnt know how --- this is not an attempt to push my post count up! :p
     
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    Review of balakong court

    I played at this court last week - currently they charge RM 14 per hour (during peak-time) and if I am not wrong RM10 during non-peak. Peak time is from 6 onwards me thinks....

    Look for a guy named Eddie, he's the guy on duty there. He's your typical crafty middle-aged dude (a lefty btw) who can jump in and play if you lack a partner.

    The courts are parquet, quite comfortable and not as slippery as I thought it will be.

    Lighting is adequate, with okay amount of space between each court (unlike the SS2 court) - its done by the same contractor who did the courts in PJ and Puchong.

    Ventilation is okay as well - but take my word with a pinch of salt as Im used to playing in near sauna like conditions in Putrajaya.
     

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