Monthly Archives: December 2009

Gilagolf ranking

Gilagolf is ranked 50th by Alexa and 39 by total Delicious bookmarks here! Just registered with Technorati, code is Z2B3N8NSE6FD. Thanks for reading. Trying to get more updates by this year!

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Who will you sponsor?

So far, the Tiger mania has just been dominating headlines. What the heck happened to Malaysia winning the football gold medal hah?? An interesting article here is on how sponsors should react. Here’s a little poll, that if we had … Continue reading

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Golf's GOAT

Every once in a while, sports will churn up a champion that is beyond reason, sparking off the time honored discussion of the GOAT, the Greatest Of All Time. For Tennis, there is Federer and Sampras. For football, Pele and … Continue reading

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GilaTwit – Good idea?

I thought it’d be a good idea to set up a gilatweet, so it can be followed at Here’s a nice looking page Just head over there and click on Follow + The idea is that I can update … Continue reading

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Saujana GCC – Palm (Cobra)

Introduction Our previous review of Saujana had it at 75%, pretty short of the 90% required for the DAGTH (Died and Gone to Heaven) category, which as of now, none of the golf courses in Malaysia have achieved. And finally, … Continue reading

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A short Commercial Break

I just started another blog called So You Are Fired…What Now? You can access it here. So if you’re stopping by this one, have a look at the other one. I’m trying to provide some helpful data for those that … Continue reading

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New Guest Post Feature

Now, I’ve been getting a lot of great and useful comments lately. Some have great updates on the courses that I have long banished from my memory (Frasers or Selesa), but might have some improvement in it over the past … Continue reading

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