With ample green space and a reputation for first class service, Thailand was a natural choice for developers and designers to build some premier golf clubs and courses. Novices benefit from reasonable prices, while experienced golfers enjoy the spectacular weather and challenging courses, including the hilly Santiburi course on Koh Samui.
A mere thirty minutes from Bangkok, Chonburi is home to more than 30 courses, and Kanchanaburi and Hua Hin feature world class courses just a few hours further from the capital. Thailand contains courses designed by Nick Faldo, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Gary Player and featuring settings including the mountain surrounded greens of Chiang Mai and the beach views of Phuket.
Nowadays even the most exclusive golf clubs in Thailand, such as the Blue Canyon Country Club, are freeing up tee times for non-members to play. Golf packages are more common than ever and Thailand is increasingly becoming a top destination for travelers looking for great courses, great prices, and great service.
This 18-hole, 6,792-yard course has an excellent design that features a number of lakes. The course has water hazards at the majority of holes. The green fee for a weekday visitor is 800 Baht while weekend visitor fees a...
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The Muang Kaew Golf Course is the closest 18-hole golf course to Bangkok and offers some very difficult shots. This is a very popular course with crowds at weekends. The weekday green fee for a visitor is 1,800 Baht and ...