Golf in Ukraine is on the uptick.  Here are some of the more notable golf courses in the country: Golden Gate Golf Club Golf Club "Burulcha" (Crimea) 12 Oaks at Koncha Zaspa King's Island Golf and Tennis Resort Kyiv Country Club Museum Golf Club Odessa Orange Hills Golf Club River Park Golf Resort...
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Golden Gate Golf Club

Started in February 2000, this golf course and resort appears to be the most promising for the earliest possible opening of an 18 hole golf course. The golf club is situated in beautiful Koncha Zaspa region with 3 river bordering the land. The full resort will consist of an 18 hole course, a driving range, a pitch and put course or an additional 9 hole course, a putting green, and full resort facilities. The resort facilities will include a Clubhouse, restaurant, condominium hotel, bars, a health club, swimming pool, river beach area, tennis courts, villas, and an outdoor theater. The course and resort will be affiliates in the USA, Europe, and Ukraine.

Mr. Prochorenko, GM of Pro-W (Ukraine) advises that the resort will be fully operational in 2003-2004. Only settlement of bureacratic and environmental issues prevented the opening of part of facilities in 2001-2002.

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  1. amin-ur-rahman says:

    (MORANA GOLF CLUB)

    COMPANY POLICIES,

    MORANA GOLF CLUB, a rising Trading Marketing and play ground in Bangladesh, organized the Group as part of it’s diversified activities, MORANA GOLF CLUB is mainly a Marketing, Project development and financial services company dedicated to the development of playing field and industry throughout the South Asia region. Founded by a group of successful professionals in playing field and other diversified capacities such as financial institution, management development and technical institution. especially in Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, Nepal and other neighboring countries. The company MORANA GOLF CLUB was first found in the year 2001 as a Partnership Company and later on other companies were formed on the increasing demand of its services.as we meintain

    Golf course features:
    A. teeing ground
    B. water hazard
    C. rough
    D. out of bounds
    E. bunker
    F. water hazard
    G. fairway
    H. putting green
    I. pin
    J. hole

    A standard round of golf consists of playing eighteen holes, and most golf courses therefore have this number of holes.[1] Some, however, only have nine holes, and the course is played twice per round. Other courses have twenty-seven or thirty-six holes and players choose two groups of nine holes each, providing novelty, and also for maintenance reasons. Additionally, par-3 courses also exist, consisting of nine or eighteen holes, all of which are par 3 (the number of strokes considered standard for a scratch golfer). Many older golf courses, often coastal, are golf links, which are a different style from the others. Non-municipal courses usually include a golf club based at the course, which generally provides a pro shop

    MORANA GOLF CLUB is committed to play a vital role in unveiling useful relationship in changing global environment to help decision-makers to have better judgment and informed decisions. It’s goals and objectives are identifying playing field opportunities and risks, gathering and analyzing information, developing and implementing plans, monitoring and evaluating, performance, coordinating education and training and training programs on various skills, participating of the GOLF COURSES as are:

    Services Provided MORANA GOLF CLUB Enterprise:

    1. Purchase of all kinds of GOLF ITEM and Imports of all kinds of machinery’s, related to tee-box
    2. We can provide the all kinds of training programe.
    3. As we know The teeing ground is generally as level as feasible, with closely mown grass very similar to that of a putting green, and most are slightly raised from the surrounding fairway.
    Further more Each tee box has two markers showing the bounds of the legal tee area. The teeing area spans the distance between the markers, and extends two-club lengths behind the markers. A golfer may play the ball standing outside the teeing area, but the ball itself must be placed and struck from within the area.[2] A golfer may place his ball directly on the surface of the teeing ground (called hitting it “off the deck”), or the ball may be supported by a manufactured tee (limited to a height of four inches), or by any natural substance, such as a mound of sand placed on the teeing surface.
    The tee markers are often color-coded for easy identification of the tee box; the order of colors, their names where appropriate, and the distance of each tee to the hole is provided on the scorecard and/or on signs identifying each hole. Most U.S. courses have four tee boxes[3]:

    A. Project planning Implementation, Monitor and Control.

    Identify project, Prepare project Perform market and Technical study, Determine Profitability indicators, Perform financial analysis, Perform cost benefit analysis, Prepare operational feasibility study, select projects which are sound and feasible, negotiate with the company on behalf of foreign principles.

    B. Financial management

    Merger/ Acquisition valuation, Capital structuring/ capital budgeting,
    Sick industry study/alternate evaluation, preparation of proposal for
    working capital loan, credit rating information services, lease financing
    cervices, foreign exchange transaction/ risk control.

    C. Production Management

    Design of production plan and control study, work organization, study of
    work methods, working conditions, motion supply.

    D. Marketing Management

    Baseline market survey, situation and environment analysis, design
    pricing strategies, and design distribution and communication
    strategies, marketing research.

    E. Training / Workshop
    Design & development of training courses on various issue/subjects,
    skill development training courses for employees, organizing specialist
    discussion program/workshop/conference/ seminar.

    We belived as sush policies below mentioned adapted will be required.
    • Red (Ladies’) – Closest to the hole and often placed to minimize the influence of major hazards like water; typically used by ladies of all ages, juniors (up to age 12), and novice players of any age/gender.
    • White (Senior Men’s) – Next furthest, typically used by teenage boys, low-handicap ladies, and senior or high-handicap men.
    • Blue (Men’s) – Further still, typically used by low-to-average-handicap men and low-handicap teenage boys.
    • Black or Gold (Tournament/Championship) – The furthest tee from the hole and with the greatest exposure to any major hazards; typically used only during tournaments or by zero-handicap (“scratch”) male players.

    Achievement of the Company

    Has established joint venture project with UK, Germany and India. Several projects of foreign loan and joint venture from Canada, China and India are in progress. Preparation of PP (Project Profile) and playing field constancy for real estate and various industrial projects, are the on going activities of the company. Prospect of foreign loan and joint venture

    By now political stability has been achieved, and for last two years there was no political unrest. Many foreign companies from USA and UK have already invested billion dollars.
    There may be additional tees available, depending on the course, and they may be labelled or colored differently depending on the club and its normal patronage. A club catering to senior players, for instance, may offer an additional tee further forward of the ladies’ tee, labelled for “senior ladies”. A municipal course may label a similarly placed tee the “junior” or “novice” tee. Silver and gold may be used to denote senior ladies’ and men’s tees, with the regular men’s tee being white and the tournament tee being blue.

    Project on Hand Awaiting for Foreign Loan for investment process

    A. Our company interested to take foreign loan in the blocks of US $ 100 millions in soft terms and conditions for it are various infrastructures development project, negotiations with the CANADIAN Government and State Bank for this purpose.
    As we believed that in casual play, the tee a player hits from is usually their prerogative (there is no rule prohibiting a man from hitting off the closest tee box, nor any prohibiting a woman from using the tournament tee), but players will generally gravitate toward the traditional tee for their gender and/or age, as this will provide the best results given a player’s nominal drive distance. Groups are often encouraged to compromise on one tee box, as this speeds the group’s play. In tournaments, golfers generally tee off from the box one level further from the “normal” box for their class (men use the tournament tee, ladies use the senior or men’s tee, and juniors use the ladies’ tee).

    B. We can send some information in regarding after the first shot from the tee (“teeing off”), the player hits the ball from where it came to rest toward the green. The area between the tee box and the putting green where the grass is cut even and short is called the fairway and is generally the most advantageous area from which to hit. The area between the fairway and the out-of-bounds markers, and also between the fairway and the green, is the rough, the grass of which is cut higher than that of the fairway and which is generally a disadvantageous area from which to hit. On par-3 holes, the player is expected to be able to drive the ball to the green on the first shot from the tee box. On holes longer than par 3, players are expected to require at least one additional shot made from the fairway or the rough (usually due to the sheer distance from the tee to the hole, but the design of the hole can influence the number of shots needed).

    C. GOLF Complex: Multistoried, with all the modern facilities. Many people of Bangladesh are going abroad and spending lot of their money to get better reliable treatment. GOLF with the modern facility and reliability can get that field, and its prospect is very high.

    D. While many holes are designed with a direct line-of-sight from the teeing ground to the green, a hole may bend either to the left or to the right. This is called a “dogleg”, in reference to the similarity to a dog’s ankle. The hole is called a “dogleg left” if the hole angles leftwards, and a “dogleg right” if the hole angles rightwards. A hole’s direction may bend twice, which is called a “double dogleg”.

    E. We can invest for Bank / Leasing Company Consumer Credit Scheme: Leases financing can be done on joint venture for the procurement of golf courses. Special rules apply to playing a ball that falls in a hazard. For example, a player may not touch the ground or water with his club before playing the ball, not even for a practice swing. A ball in any hazard may be played as it lies without penalty. If it cannot be played from the hazard, the ball may be hit from another location, generally with a penalty of one stroke. The Rules of Golf specify exactly the point from which the ball may be played outside a hazard. Bunkers are small to medium areas, usually lower than the firway but of varying topology, that are filled with sand and generally incorporate a raised lip or barrier. It is more difficult to play the ball from sand than from grass, as the ball may embed itself into the sand, and the loose nature of the sand and more severe sloping of many bunkers make taking one’s stance more difficult. As in any hazard, a ball in a bunker must be played without touching the sand with the club except during the stroke, and loose impediments (leaves, stones, twigs) must not be moved before making the stroke..

    Most golf courses have only par-3, -4, and -5 holes, though some courses include par-6 holes. (The Ananti CC and the Satsuki golf course in Sano, Japan are the only courses with par 7 holes.)[citation needed] Typical distances for the various holes from standard tees are as follows.
    Men
    • Par 3 – 250 yards (230 m) and below
    • Par 4 – 251–450 yards (230–410 m)
    • Par 5 – 451–690 yards (412–630 m)
    • Par 6 – 691 yards (632 m) or more
    Women
    • Par 3 – 210 yards (190 m) and below
    • Par 4 – 211–400 yards (193–370 m)
    • Par 5 – 401–575 yards (367–526 m)
    • Par 6 – 575 yards (526 m) or more
    Harder or easier courses may have longer- or shorter-distance holes, respectively. Terrain can also be a factor, so that a long downhill hole might be rated par 4, but a shorter uphill or notably treacherous hole might be rated par 5. Tournament players will usually play from a longer-distance tee box (the Championship or Tournament tee) that is behind the standard men’s tee, which increases the typical distance of each par; a par-3 hole can be up to 290 yards (270 m), and longer par-4 holes can measure up to 520 yards (480 m). This compensates for the generally longer distance pro players can put on tee and fairway shots as compared to the average “bogey golfer”.

    PROSPECTS OF OUR COMPANY

    ME, like other developing companies, has been progressing gradually from its initial stage of development to a more stable company. New dimensions and development opportunities are emerging. As the development opportunities are emerging, the developed companies makes transition from post-industrial individualism to an increasingly interdependent global economy, a clear understanding of the issues involved in this transition is indispensable to take advantage of this new world other .
    Often, a golf course will include among its facilities a practice range or driving range, usually with practice greens, bunkers, and driving areas. Markers showing distances are usually included on a practice range for the golfer’s information. Driving ranges are also commonly found as separate facilities, unattached to a golf course, where players may simply hit balls into the range for practice or enjoyment.
    There may even be a practice course (often shorter and easier to play than a full-scale course), where players may measure the distance they can obtain with a specific club, or in order to improve their swing technique. Practice courses often consist of old holes of a previous design that are kept and maintained for practice purposes or as substitute holes if one or more holes become unplayable; a 21-hole golf course, for instance, will have three additional holes that can be used for practice or as substitutes for a flooded or otherwise damaged hole.

    An executive course is a course with a total par significantly less than that of a typical 18-hole course. Two main types exist; a “9-hole course” has only 9 holes instead of 18 (typically producing a par score of between 34 and 36), and can be played either once for a short game, or twice for a full round. A “par-3″ course has either 9 or 18 holes, and has only par-3 holes, with no par-4s or par-5s like a normal course would have (so the total par for 18 holes would be 54 instead of a typical 68-72).
    These courses provide a faster pace of play than a standard course, and get their name from their target patronage of business executives who would play the course on a long lunch or as part of a meeting. These are also popular with young professionals, as the course can be played in an evening between the end of the work day and sundown. Their popularity has waned in recent decades in favor of full 18-hole courses; many older nine-hole and par-3 courses have been upgraded “in-place” to 18 holes and a traditional par score, or the original course was sold for other development and new land was acquired and built into an 18-hole course.

    The combination of political moderation and the population’s support for pro-playing field economic policies make Bangladesh an excellent host for foreign investment. The current and recent Bangladesh Governments have actively pursued deregulation and privatization of legal and capital market reforms. This pro-playing field environment has fostered an economic climate of low inflation (5% in FY 96) and sustainable economic growth (4.7% in FY 96). Bangladesh has already has many international economic ties in place. The country enjoys most favored national status with USA, Canada UK and Germany. Investment treaties for the promotion and protection of investment in Bangladesh are in place from many eastern countries. A bilateral agreement for avoidance of double taxation has been reached with many countries including USA, Canada, UK, Germany and China.

    The birthplace of micro-banking, Bangladesh is a leader in innovative development activities. Human resources development programs are stressed throughout the country. The government is in the process of developing an active bond, T-bill, and T-notes market with the technical assistance of reputable international companies.

    A growing stock market with two stock exchanges currently trades over 738 securities. The expansion of the stock market indicates increasing demand and supply of securities. Currently, there are about 2000 companies providing ample scope for the expansion of the stock market.

    The use of natural creeks and ponds is generally desirable when designing a golf course for their aesthetics and inherent difficulty, but such areas also typically include wetlands within the flood plain that are unsuitable for golfing and are often filled in and raised to remain dry. In arid areas, dry creekbeds can be marked as “water hazards”, but the importation of non-native grasses and other plant life can have a detrimental effect on native landscapes, often requiring non-native soil and large quantities of water and fertilizer to maintain the course. In these areas, course builders are often prohibited from growing and maintaining non-native grass on areas of the course other than the fairway, or even on the fairway itself (only greens are allowed to have grass). In the U.S., land administered by the Army Corps of Engineers such as those bordering levees and lakes is often desirable for building courses, due to the scenic natural views and the unsuitability of the land for other purposes due to it lying in a planned flood plain; in these cases, the course designer must work with the Corps of Engineers to plan a course layout that protects environmentally sensitive areas, provides for a means of quick escape in case of flooding, and does not invite players to hit into or toward controlled structures such as levees or dams.
    Environmentalists and other activists continue to oppose the building of new golf courses for environmental reasons, as they may impede corridors for migrating animals and damage sanctuaries for birds and other wildlife, though some courses have become havens for native and non-native creatures.
    A result of modern equipment is that today’s players can hit the ball much farther than previously. As a result, because of demand from course customers who possess this enhanced equipment, and also out of an expressed concern for safety, golf course architects have had to lengthen and widen golf courses. Where a 7,000-yard course used to be a great rarity, courses measuring 7,500-yards are now not uncommon, and courses of 8,000-yards are being contemplated. All this has led to a ten-percent increase in the acreage required to build a typical course. At the same time, water restrictions established by communities have forced courses to limit the amount of maintained turf grass. While most modern 18-hole golf courses occupy as much as 60 hectares (150 acres) of land, the average course has 30 hectares (74 acres) of maintained turf. (Sources include the National Golf Foundation and the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America GCSAA.)
    Golf courses can be built on sandy areas along coasts, on abandoned farms, among strip mines and quarries, and in deserts and forests. Many Western countries have instituted environmental restrictions on where and how courses are allowed to be built.[8][9]
    In some parts of the world, attempts to build courses and resorts have led to protests, vandalism, and violence. Golf is perceived by some as an elitist activity, and thus golf courses become a target for popular opposition. Resisting golf tourism and golf’s expansion has become an objective of some land-reform movements, especially in the Philippines and Indonesia.
    In the Bahamas, opposition to golf developments has become a national issue. Residents of Great Guana Cay and Bimini, for example, are engaged in legal and political opposition to golf developments on their islands, for fear the golf courses will destroy the nutrient-poor balance on which their coral reef and mangrove systems depend.

    Bangladesh is the early stage of rapid growth period. Investors have a wide variety of investment options. Among them are computer software and software applications, computer data entry, data processing and other high technology and export oriented industries, Tourism, hotel and resort facilities etc.

    So, the company is viable for all types of training courses specially all over the world .

    We have got three more branches in Dhaka, Khulna and Chittagong and another 128 staffs in different places of our country.

    END

    CORPORATE HEAD OFFICE:
    MORANA GOLF CLUB
    462/A, Airport Road , Puratan Kashba, Jessore-7400, Bangladesh.
    Cell Phone : 008801760809223, 008801926951446
    E-mail: noohanmorana@yahoo.com, noohanmorana2003@yahoo.com

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