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How much does it cost to play golf in Thailand?

When planning a golf holiday in Thailand, there are several things you must consider before booking your trip. Having decided what time of you would like to play golf in Thailand, you must choose the region of Thailand you would like to visit for golf. Where in Thailand you decide to play golf will not only have an impact on the choice of golf courses you have to play but also the cost of playing golf in Thailand.

How much it costs to play golf in Thailand will depend on both the level of accommodation you book and the golf courses you play. For example, it is always going to be more expensive to stay in a luxurious 5-star resort that it would be to base yourself in a 3-star hotel. This is common sense and applies to any type of holiday but how much does it cost to play golf in Thailand in terms of the golf courses themselves?

Cost of playing golf in Bangkok

As one would expect, playing golf in and around Bangkok is one of the more expensive regions of the country. You will find a huge selection of golf courses in the Bangkok area, with some being the most highly rated in the whole of Thailand. Examples include Alpine Golf and Sports Club and Thai Country Club, two golf clubs which are considered a must for all golfers in this region of the country. However, as is often the case with many capital cities around the world, the cost of playing golf in Bangkok is higher than some of the other locations in Thailand.

Average costs of Weekday Green Fees in Bangkok

Premium Courses (Thai Country Club/Alpine etc.)                              US$130-150

Value Courses (Thana City/Summit Windmill etc)                                US$80-90

Cheap Courses (Kung Kravee/Ratchakram)                                           US$40-45

These rates increase by 25-30% at weekends and on public holidays.

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Cost of playing golf in Phuket

Phuket Is another example of a region which boasts some of the best golf courses in Thailand. Being a very popular tourist destination, there are many accommodation options in Phuket, but it is the quality of the golf courses which steal the show on this island. Some of the green fees match that of Bangkok but the quality of the golf courses in Phuket is second to none. Blue Canyon Country Club, Laguna Golf Phuket and Red Mountain Golf Club may not be the cheapest golf courses you will play in Thailand, but they certainly rank highly for quality.

Average costs of Green Fees in Phuket

Premium Courses (Red Mountain, Blue Canyon)                                US$150-160

Value Courses (Laguna Phuket, Loch Palm etc.)                                 US$120-130

Cheap Courses (Phuket Country Club/Mission Hills)                          US$95-110

There are no weekend or public holiday surcharges in Phuket

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Cost of playing golf in Pattaya & Hua Hin

Pattaya and Hua Hin are two additional areas of Thailand where you will find a nice selection of golf courses. In most cases, the cost of golf courses in Pattaya and Hua Hin is cheaper than both Bangkok and Phuket. That's not to say the quality of the golf courses in Pattaya and Hua Hin is lacking and you will find top venues including Banyan Golf Club, Banyan Golf Club, Laem Chabang International Country Club and Siam Country Club.

Average costs of Green Fees in Hua Hin

Premium Courses (Banyan & Black Mountain)                    US$120-125

Value Courses (Springfield, Seapine etc.)                             US$120-130

Cheap Courses (Phuket Country Club/Mission Hills)           US$80-85

There are no weekend or public holiday surcharges in Hua Hin

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Average costs of Green Fees in Pattaya

Premium Courses (Siam Country Club etc.)                           US$100-120

Value Courses (Burapha/Khao Kheow etc.)                             US$55-60

Cheap Courses (Pattavia/Silky Oaks etc.)                                 US$40-45

These rates increase by 25-30% at weekends and on public holidays.

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Cost of playing golf in Chiang Mai

However, for those who are looking for a cheaper alternative you can head to Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai in the north of the country. The cost of playing golf in Thailand is generally lower in both Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai but the quality of the golf courses remains high. Santiburi Chiang Rai Country Club, Alpine Golf Resort Chiang Mai and Gassan Khuntan are just a few examples of the golf courses you can enjoy in northern Thailand.

Average costs of Green Fees in Chiang Mai

Premium Courses (Alpine/Highlands)                                         US$90-110

Value Courses (Summit/Gassan)                                                 US$70-80

Cheap Courses (North Hill/Royal)                                                  US$60-65

There are no weekend or public holiday surcharges in Chiang Mai

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The cost of playing golf in Thailand does not compare to America or the major golf playing countries in Europe. Different regions of the country and the quality of the golf course you play will obviously have an impact on the cost but generally, Thailand provides great value for money.

 

 


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