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Best Golf Courses in Thailand (Updated 2024)

In the land of smiles, it's the golfer who has the biggest grin. With so many stunning courses to choose from, it can get overwhelming trying to plan a golf holiday to Thailand. Dive into our comprehensive guide for golfers on the very best places to tee off in Thailand.

Laem Chabang International Golf Club

Laem Chabang International Country Club, Pattaya

Thailand, often referred to as the "Land of Smiles" and long known for its stunning beaches and rich cultural heritage, is also gaining a reputation as a premier golfing destination in Southeast Asia. The country offers a wide array of world-class golf courses that cater to recreational players and professionals alike. From the lush, tropical scenery of Phuket to the cool, majestic mountains of Chiang Mai, Thailand's golfing landscape is as diverse as its geographical features.

Thailand is an ideal place to play golf with more than 200 golf courses in Thailand – many of them have been designed by some of the most famous names in golf. Beyond the sheer wealth of options available, Thailand's allure as a golfing paradise can be attributed to several factors. First and foremost, the climate is ideal for year-round golfing, with mild and pleasant temperatures, particularly during the cool, dry season that runs from November to February. The country's tourism infrastructure is well-developed, with many golf resorts offering luxurious accommodations and excellent facilities.

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What truly sets Thailand's golf courses apart, however, is their breathtaking natural beauty. Many of the courses are set against spectacular backdrops, such as mountain ranges, tropical rainforests, and crystal-clear lakes. These scenic vistas enhance the golfing experience, making it not only a test of skill but also a visual delight.

Here, in no particular order, is our list of very best golf courses in Thailand:



Black Mountain Golf Club, Hua Hin

A true bucket list course, it doesn't get much better than this!

Black Mountain Golf Club, Hua Hin - 8th Green

Attractively nestled in the serene seaside town of Hua Hin, Thailand, Black Mountain Golf Club is a golfing masterpiece renowned for its stunning design and championship-caliber play. Designed by Phil Ryan and opened in 2007, it quickly became one of the country's top golfing destinations.

The course is a par-72 layout with 18 holes that offer a challenging yet enjoyable experience for golfers of all levels. It sprawls over undulating terrain with lush fairways, pristine greens, and strategically placed bunkers. What truly sets Black Mountain apart is its scenic beauty, featuring a backdrop of majestic mountains and a tranquil, natural lake that comes into play on several holes. These vistas make it an absolute visual delight.

The course has earned international acclaim, hosting prestigious tournaments like the Black Mountain Masters and the Asian Tour's Black Mountain Open. Its impeccable maintenance and challenging design have made it a favorite among professionals and amateurs alike.

Black Mountain Golf Club's world-class facilities extend to its clubhouse, pro shop, and practice areas, ensuring golfers have all they need for a complete and enjoyable golfing experience. This golfing gem in Hua Hin is a must-visit for golfer seeking a blend of stunning natural beauty and championship-level play. 


Location: Just off Hua Hin bypass, 30 minutes from Hua Hin

Birdies: Excellent clubhouse facilities, superb service

Bogeys: Gets very crowded in high season, poor club hire selection

Favorite Hole: The stunning par-3 2nd on Mountain Course, which plays from an elevated tee to an island green

Green Fee Price: From THB 3,600 (~$103 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie (carts are extra)






Banyan Golf Club, Hua Hin

Definitely one to add to your bucket list!


Banyan Golf Club, Hua Hin - 2nd Hole

Located in the picturesque coastal town of Hua Hin, Thailand, Banyan Golf Club is a golfing paradise known for its world-class design and stunning natural beauty. Opened in 2008, this 18-hole championship golf course was meticulously crafted by the renowned architect Pirapon Namatra.

Set against the backdrop of the lush Thai landscape, the course boasts a layout that seamlessly incorporates the natural terrain. It features rolling fairways, well-placed bunkers, and challenging greens, making it a superb test of golfing skill. The course offers a combination of tight, tree-lined holes and open, scenic fairways, offering a diverse and enjoyable golfing experience for players of all levels.

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The course's standout feature is its breathtaking scenery. With panoramic views of the Gulf of Thailand and the nearby mountains, it's a visual masterpiece. The clubhouse, complete with excellent dining options and pro shop, ensures golfers have access to all the amenities they need for a complete golfing experience.

Banyan Golf Club has earned international acclaim and is a perennial favorite for golf enthusiasts visiting Hua Hin. It embodies the essence of golfing in Thailand, combining challenging play with unparalleled natural beauty. 


Location: 20 minutes from centre of Hua Hin

Birdies: Excellent caddies, good practice facilities, GPS in golf carts, and a great pub from which to watch the sunset over a cold beer

Bogeys: The one-player, one cart policy

Favorite hole: The signature par-3 15th, where you play from an elevated tee box to a narrow green 140 yards below

Green Fee Price: From THB 3,500 (~$100 USD) for 18 Holes (caddie and cart are extra)





Santiburi Samui Country Club, Koh Samui

A beautiful but challenging course with wonderful views, ranked amongst the very best in Thailand

Located on the tropical paradise of Koh Samui in Thailand, Santiburi Samui Country Club is a golfing gem that marries challenging play with stunning natural beauty. Opened in 2003, this 18-hole championship golf course is nestled amidst the island's lush hills and coconut plantations, making it a unique and captivating golfing destination.

The course offers a mix of hilly terrain, generous fairways, and challenging greens, providing a thrilling round for golfers of various skill levels. Its elevation changes provide panoramic views of the Gulf of Thailand and the surrounding islands, creating a picturesque backdrop for your game.

The course's signature hole, the 17th, is particularly famous for its challenging tee shot requiring golfers to navigate a stunning but narrow fairway surrounded by jungle. The clubhouse, with its restaurant and pro shop, offers a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere for golfers.

With its blend of natural beauty and championship-level play, Santiburi Samui Country Club stands as a testament to Koh Samui's commitment to offering a memorable golfing experience in the midst of a tropical paradise.


Location: North coast of Koh Samui

Birdies: Complimentary shuttle bus rides to and from some hotels, no handicap requirement for beginners

Bogeys: No hazard markers so you have to decide before you start how you will treat balls lost in the jungle

Favorite Hole: The short par-3 6th, which drops more than 40 meters from tee to a green with a severe drop-off behind

Green Fee Price: From THB 3,950 (~$113 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie + Cart






Red Mountain Golf Club, Phuket

 Incredible views and some dramatic holes but very expensive!

Red Mountain Golf Club, Phuket - 14th hole

A golfing gem renowned for its challenging design and breathtaking surroundings, Red Mountain Golf Club in Phuket, Thailand opened in 2007 and quickly gained recognition as one of the top golf courses in Southeast Asia.

Designed by Jon Morrow and Al Tikkanen, Red Mountain Golf Club is a par-72, 18-hole championship course that sprawls across former tin mine land, providing an undulating and exciting terrain for golfers. The course features dramatic elevation changes, strategically placed bunkers, and water hazards, demanding precision and strategy from players.

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What truly sets Red Mountain apart is its stunning natural beauty. The course offers panoramic views of the surrounding Phuket landscape, including lush greenery, granite rock formations, and crystal-clear lakes. It's a visual feast that enhances the golfing experience.

The course's challenging design has made it a favorite among professional and amateur golfers alike. The well-maintained facilities extend to the clubhouse, which offers dining options, a pro shop, and a welcoming atmosphere for golfers.

Red Mountain Golf Club has consistently received accolades and recognition for its excellence, solidifying its reputation as one of the must-visit golf courses in Thailand, especially for those seeking both challenging play and natural splendor.


Location: Central Phuket near Kathu

Birdies: Beautiful scenery, greens and fairways usually in top shape, great clubhouse

Bogeys: Very expensive

Favorite Hole: The short par-3 17th, which drops more than 40 meters from tee to green through the jungle canopy

Green Fee Price: From THB 4,000 (~$114 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie + Cart







Siam Country Club Old Course, Pattaya

Still setting the standard for golf courses in Pattaya

Siam Country Club Old Course, Pattaya - 14th hole

The Siam Country Club Old Course, located in Pattaya, Thailand, is a historic and prestigious golf course renowned for its rich heritage and challenging play. Opened in 1967, it was one of the first golf courses in Thailand and has since become a favorite on the Thailand golfing scene.

Designed by renowned golf course architect Isao Aoki, the Old Course is a par-72, 18-hole layout that spans over 6,396 yards. It's a mature course that combines lush fairways, strategic bunkering, and undulating greens to offer a challenging and enjoyable round for golfers of all levels.

What makes the Siam Country Club Old Course truly special is its lush and well-manicured surroundings. The mature trees, vibrant flora, and serene water features create a picturesque setting that enhances the golfing experience.

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Over the years, the course has hosted various professional and amateur tournaments, earning a reputation for its challenging design and impeccable maintenance. The clubhouse, with its dining options and pro shop, provides a welcoming atmosphere for golfers.

The Siam Country Club Old Course stands as a testament to Thailand's golfing legacy, offering a blend of history, challenging play, and natural beauty. It continues to be a must-visit destination for golf enthusiasts looking to experience the essence of golf in Thailand.


Location: East of Pattaya, 30 minutes from the city

Birdies: Fantastic layout, great caddies

Bogeys: The driving range is a bit far away

Favorite Hole: The 9th, a fantastic finish to the front nine in shadow of Buddha

Green Fee Price: From THB 4,800 (~$137 USD) for 18 Holes (caddie and cart are extra)








Siam Country Club Plantation Course, Pattaya

Excellent maintenance on this challenging 27-hole layout

Siam Country Club Plantation Course, Pattaya - 8th hole

The most difficult and most picturesque of the excellent suite of courses at Siam Country Club, the Plantation Course is a 27-hole layout built on the site of a former pineapple plantation with great view towards the sea and the city. There are plenty of elevation changes here which makes club selection a challenge, especially on some of the par 3s.  

The course presents one challenge after another in the shape of blind tee shots, huge bunkers that you can only dig your way out of, undulating fairways and fast greens that are fiendishly difficult to read. If that wasn’t enough the course is also long - at nearly 7,500 yards from the back, it's one of the longest in Thailand. 

The golf course is impeccably maintained, featuring manicured fairways flanked by dense rough and even thicker gorse. The greens are exceptionally swift, displaying none of the usual wear and tear commonly seen on other courses. It's hardly surprising that it has earned the title of Best Maintained Course in Asia Pacific at the World Golf Awards on three separate occasions.


Location: East of Pattaya – 30 minutes from the city

Birdies: Superb practice facilities, great clubhouse

Bogeys: Difficult to fault

Favorite Hole: The 5th, a stunning par 5 with a memorable phlanx of 28 bunkers! 

Green Fee Price: From THB 4,000 (~$114 USD) for 18 Holes (caddie and cart are extra)








Laem Chabang International Country Club, Pattaya

An old favourite designed by a master and still one of best in Pattaya

Laem Chabang International Country Club, 2nd Hole - Mountain Course

Another Jack Nicklaus masterpiece, Laem Chabang International Country Club has been around for more than 20 years and despite the arrival of many newer courses has managed to maintain its position as one of the premier courses in Thailand. There are three different nines and each of them offer a very different challenge. 

The Mountain Nine, as its name suggests, presents many elevation changes but the fairways are quite generous however the greens, in true Nicklaus style, are slightly elevated and well protected by bunkers. The Valley Nine is our favorite of the three layouts with several holes running alongside a large lake. The narrow fairways and small greens require careful shot making and it will really test your game. 

The Lake Nine plays along relatively generous tree-lined fairways which don’t present too many problems if you can keep out of the trees. Plenty of large bunkers which you should also keep well away from.  The 6th hole is particularly memorable with its deceptive fairway and water fronting the green. Night golf is available but the lights only illuminate the white tees but the visibility is generally excellent and is a good option if you don’t like the heat. 

This is a superbly managed course, always in excellent condition, and the clubhouse is one of the best around, with Japanese and European specialties on offer a la carte or buffet style. This is a superb championship golf course.


Location: Just off main Bangkok highway 30 minutes from Pattaya

Birdies: Excellent clubhouse facilities, great practice facilities, night golf

Bogeys: Carts never allowed on fairways, no single golfers

Favorite Hole: The par-3 2nd on Mountain Course, which plays downhill to an island green

Green Fee Price: From THB 3,200 (~$91 USD) for 18 Holes (caddie and cart are extra)









Chee Chan Golf Resort, Pattaya

The latest course to open in Pattaya and already receiving rave reviews

Chee Chan Golf Resort

Located in the picturesque region of Pattaya, Thailand, Chee Chan Golf Resort is a golfing haven known for its scenic beauty and challenging design. Opened in 2018, this relatively new golf course has quickly gained a reputation for providing a world-class golfing experience.

Designed by renowned architect David Dale, it's an 18-hole, par-72 championship course that measures approximately 7,345 yards. It's a golfing delight for players of all levels, featuring rolling fairways, well-placed bunkers, and strategic water hazards that provide a test of skill and strategy.

The course is set against the backdrop of the iconic Chee Chan Mountain, providing golfers with breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The lush greens, vibrant flora, and tranquil water features create a stunning natural environment, enhancing the overall golfing experience.

The resort's facilities include a modern clubhouse with dining options, a well-equipped pro shop, and practice areas for golfers looking to hone their skills. With its challenging play and natural splendor, Chee Chan Golf Resort has quickly become a must-visit destination for golf enthusiasts seeking a memorable experience in Pattaya.


Location: 40 minutes south of Pattaya

Birdies: Superb conditioning of the course

Bogeys: The course is very long and secondary rough too punishing

Favorite Hole: The 14th, a monster par 5 with plenty of hazards

Green Fee Price: From THB 3,600 (~$103 USD) for 18 Holes (caddie and cart are extra)









Alpine Golf Sports Club, Bangkok

A mature course which continues to improve with age - a must-play course in Bangkok

Alpine Golf & Sports Club, Bangkok

Alpine Golf & Sports Club is one of the top courses in Thailand and ranks with anything in Asia. It was created by legendary courses architect Ronald M. Garl and once hosted the Johnnie Walker Classic PGA tournament won by Tiger Woods. This is supposed to be a private members club but it is relatively easy, although a little expensive, to get on the course as a visitor. 

Although it is not a links course it has some huge beach bunkers and in many places water encroaches into the fairway. The fairways are always lush and a delight to hit off and the greens, although not the fastest, run straight and true.

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The course is extremely picturesque with great views in every direction offering a stunning landscape of trees, flowering shrubs and bright green fairways set against the water hazards. However the course is quite challenging with plenty of undulation, forced water carries and some nasty looking bunkers protecting the greens. 

You need to be on top of your game and hit it quite long to venture off the blue tees so if you want a more enjoyable round you might be better to try the white tees. 


Location: 60 minutes northeast of Bangkok

Birdies: Excellent food in clubhouse

Bogeys: Gets very crowded with tour groups, a bit far from town

Favorite Hole: The 12th, a par 3 with a huge bunker and heavily contoured green

Green Fee Price: From THB 5,300 (~$151 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie + Cart








Thai Country Club, Bangkok

Sets the standard for service excellence from start to finish

Thai Country Club, Bangkok

Thai Country Club is arguably the most exclusive private members club in Bangkok but they admit visitors on most days although they do reserve some of their prime tee times for their members. The service you will receive at this course is second to none – partly because the course is managed by a hotel group and the attention to detail and service levels are up to a level that you would expect to receive at a 5-star hotel. This is another course that has been graced by Tiger Woods, who won the Honda Classic here back in 1997. 

The course itself is not the greatest layout but it is always in immaculate condition. Having said that many of the fairways have been contoured and the greens are often elevated and well-protected by bunkers. There are some very tough holes and the par 3, 6th which is more than 200 yards from the championship tees is statistically the most difficult hole on the course with bunkers in front of the green and water alongside the right.

Probably the best caddies in Thailand – very well trained and most of them have been around for many years and know the course well. The locker rooms are luxurious and the food in the restaurant outstanding and the entire experience from beginning to end is faultless. 


Location: 60 minutes southeast of Bangkok

Birdies: Superlative all-round service

Bogeys: Expensive, difficult to get tee times at weekends

Favorite Hole: The 6th, a gorgeous par 3 once voted the best in Asia 

Green Fee Price: From THB 5,500 (~$157 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie + Cart









The RG City Golf Club (formerly Royal Gems Golf City), Bangkok

A wonderful replica course and the next best thing to playing at Augusta

Recently renamed to avoid confusion with the unaffiliated Royal Gems Golf & Country Club, The RG City Golf Club (formerly Royal Gems Golf City) is a relatively new course having opened in 2011. Soon after it opened it was completely inundated by the Bangkok floods so they had to totally replant everything. This is the first replica courses in Asia and is often referred to as the “Dream Arena”. The front nine consists of famous holes from around the world and the back nine is a replica of the back nine at Augusta. 

We say replica but actually a better term is reminiscent of Augusta because, although some of the holes are very faithful to the original, others require some imagination.  As the trees mature it will be more like the real thing but even now you can let your imagination run wild. 

Some of the famous names you will encounter on the front nine include the Postage Stamp hole from Troon, the Road Hole from St Andrews and the Pew Bunkers from Oakmont. One of the more intimidating holes is the replica island green from the 17th at Sawgrass. This is a private members club but they do allow visitors to play at certain times. A small but very nice clubhouse, super-luxury changing rooms and excellent practice facilities.


Location: 60 minutes north of Bangkok

Birdies: Great fun and something to tell your friends about

Bogeys: We cannot think of anything

Favorite Hole: The 13th, part of Amen Corner and a classic risk/reward hole

Green Fee Price: From THB 4,800 (~$137 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie + Cart










Royal Bang Pa-In Golf Club

The latest offering from the renowned Schmidt-Curley design team

Royal Bang Pa-In Golf Club

Situated an additional 10 minutes outside downtown Bangkok than Riverdale Golf Club you will find Royal Bang Pa-In Golf Club. This golf course was designed by Schmidt-Curley and it is close to Don Muang Airport, making it a good course for a round before or following a flight if you are using that airport.

Royal Bang Pa-In Golf Club is another of Bangkok’s all-inclusive golf clubs and that means you pay one fee. The fee gains you access to the golf course, a caddie, golf cart, soft drinks and snacks to enjoy during the round. The greens are without doubt the standout aspect of this golf course and you will struggle to find many larger in Thailand. They are also very undulating and quick, making good putting a must for a low score.

Additional features of the golf course at Royal Bang Pa-In Golf Club include plenty of water and firm fairways, which can see tee shots travel further than usual.  The clubhouse is very impressive and it even includes heliport should you want to arrive in style.


Location: North of Bangkok one hour from city

Birdies: Superb modern clubhouse with great food and service

Bogeys: During rush hour traffic can be bad

Favorite Hole: The par-3 17th hole with water all along the left

Green Fee Price: From THB 3,900 (~$111 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie + Cart










Nikanti Golf Club, Bangkok

The first all-inclusive golf course in Bangkok with one price covering everything including food

Nikanti Golf Club, Bangkok

Nikanti Golf Club offers something a little different than most other golf courses in Thailand. The club is located an hour away from Bangkok and the course has been designed by Piraporn Namatra. What makes this golf club unique for courses in Bangkok is the distance, just 6,850 yards from the back tees and the layout, which is three sets of 6 holes.

Regardless of which set of 6 holes you play to begin your round; you will return to the club house having played the sixth hole. There are two par-3’s, two par-4’s and two par-5’s on each of three sets of six holes.

The fairways throughout the course are wide but there are many elevation changes which make Nikanti Golf Club a good challenge, even for top players. The greens are undulating, significantly so in places and this only adds to the test of the course. The other aspect of Nikanti Golf Club which makes it different is the all-inclusive feature, which is not something most golf courses offer players.


Location: 90 minutes west of Bangkok

Birdies: Unusual three 6-hole layouts and wonderful freen food

Bogeys: The course is a long way from Bangkok

Favorite Hole: The 11th - a short par-3 with carry over water to green

Green Fee Price: From THB 3,900 (~$111 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie + Cart











Chiang Mai Highlands Golf Club

Spectacular location in amongst the mountains of Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai has spawned a number of great new courses over the past few years and Chiang Mai Highlands still remains top of the pile.  The course is in a spectacular location amidst the beautiful northern Thai countryside, circled by mountains. 

The course was designed by Lee Schmidt of Schmidt-Curley Design, who, together with his partners are responsible for some of the Asia’s best courses.  The course has won a host of awards over the years and with the addition of another nine holes is sure to win plenty more.  The fairways have been laid with Paspalum grass and they have planted the greens with TiffEagle grass which provids an excellent surface for irons and smooth true greens all year round.  One of the things that you will remember after your round are the numerous bunkers and the original 18 hole layout has more than 130 fairway and greenside bunkers so your sand iron will get plenty of practice.  Even if you reach the green unscathed the undulating greens are tough to read and you will need to be on your best form to avoid too many of the dreaded three putts. 

A very nice Thai-style club house – with slightly tired-looking locker rooms but excellent food.  Superb practice facilities on offer.


Location: East of Chiang Mai one hour from city

Birdies: Wonderful views, excellent practice facilities

Bogeys: Inconsistent caddies and expensive drinks

Favorite Hole: The 18th –wonderful roller-coaster par- 5 reachable in two

Green Fee Price: From THB 2,800 (~$80 USD) for 18 Holes (caddie and cart are extra)












Alpine Golf Resort, Chiang Mai

An old favourite but still one of best in Chiang Mai in spectacular surroundings

Alpine Golf Resort, Chiang Mai

Travelling to the north of Thailand and you will come to Chiang Mai.  Known for its traditional way of life, this region of the country is mountainous and there are some cracking golf courses to play, including Alpine Golf Resort. This 27-hole golf course is 40 minutes away from the city and is easily one of the top golf courses in the north of Thailand.

The nature surrounding Alpine Golf Resort is superb, from the nearby lush green forests to the hills in the background. However, having played host to the Asian Tour on more than one occasion, this is not a golf course to take lightly. It may be set in a spectacular location but playing to over 7,500 yards from the back tees, Alpine Golf Resort is a real test.

An additional nine holes opened for play in 2016 and you can play on Thailand’s only rice paddy green. The new holes have been cleverly mixed in with the old, so you can play a combination of the two at Alpine Golf Resort.


Location: East of Chiang Mai one hour from city

Birdies: Superb views and in excellent condition

Bogeys: Can get very crowded with Korean groups

Favorite Hole: The 15th – daunting 169 yards tee shot to an island green

Green Fee Price: From THB 4,400 (~$126 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie + Cart












Santiburi Chiang Rai Country Club

A real gem in a beautiful location and midweek usually pretty empty

Santiburi Chiang Rai Country Club

It’s always difficult trying to select the best of anything as plenty of people are sure to disagree and there are other courses which arguably should have been on this list.  Amata Springs in Bangkok, another course which hosts a huge professional event, has been excluded as it’s almost impossible to get on without a member.  Perhaps Navatanee which once hosted the World Cup of Golf should be here but is now showing its age and past its best.

Santiburi Chiang Rai Country Club opened for play in 1993 and was created by Robert Trent Jones Jr.  Just a few kilometres from the centre of the city, this was the first golf course in Chiang Rai and it has earned rave reviews.  Water plays a huge role in the layout of the course and combines with bunkers to offer the main challenge to players.

The undulating fairways and fast greens make this a genuine championship quality golf course and people travel from far and wide to play a round at Santiburi Chiang Rai Country Club.  Many of the fairways are treelined and over them you can see the mountains of Chiang Rai, combining to give the course a theatre-like quality.

You will find Santiburi Chiang Rai Country Club is kept in good condition throughout the year and the restaurant serves a selection of traditional and international dishes.  Having played one round at Santiburi Chiang Rai Country Club, you are sure to return for another.


Location: Around 25 minutes friom centre of Chiang Rai

Birdies: Wonderful setting - sometimes feels like your private course

Bogeys: Can get very crowded with Korean groups

Favorite Hole: The par-3, 17th with tee shot across the water hazard

Green Fee Price: From THB 1,900 (~$54 USD) for 18 Holes + Caddie + Cart













Grand Prix Golf Club, Kanchanaburi

So surprising to find a top-class golf course in such a remote location

Grand Prix Golf Club

Kanchanaburi is a town located to the east of Bangkok and is not only home to the famous Bridge Over the River Kwai but also several fantastic golf courses.  One of which is called Grand Prix Golf Club and this is an interesting course as it has links to the automobile industry.  The name of the golf club makes that quite clear and you will find plenty of links to the company which is behind both the golf course and the Bangkok International Motor Show.

The course itself offers lovely views of the Burmese mountain ranges and there is a river which meanders through the 18 holes.  Several of the fairways are split, which means you have a choice of approach to the green.  The putting surfaces often have more than one tier, so considerate and accurate approach play is must to avoid the dreaded three putt.

There is a modern clubhouse and resort which offers accommodation and Grand Prix Golf Club is rapidly becoming one of the most popular golf courses in Thailand.


Location: 30 mins from Kanchanaburi / 2 hours from Bangkok

Birdies: Stunning panoramic views of the mountains

Bogeys: Quite a long drive if you're coming from Bangkok

Favorite Hole: The signature 5th, a devilish par 5 with an elevated green surrounded by water on three sides

Green Fee Price: Price on application















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