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Golf in Thailand

Golf in Thailand started during the reign of King Rama V with Royal Hua Hin Golf Club. Thailand is a popular golf destination because Thai golf courses are quite affordable. Most golf courses in Thailand are characterized by many water hazards and well-positioned bunkers. Golf in Thailand is attractive due to the destination diversity and the vast choice of golf courses located throughout the country.

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Golf in Thailand
Most Thai golf courses can be found around Bangkok and Chonburi/Pattaya. In total there are 153 golf clubs in Thailand. The best golf courses in Thailand are: Banyan Golf Club & Resort, Amata Spring Country Club, Alpine Golf and Sports Club, Santiburi Samui Country Club and Black Mountain Golf Club & Resort. You will also find plenty of the best golf resorts in Thailand. Thailand has a tropical climate and temperatures are around 28°C throughout the year. Thai golf courses, sun, sea, beach, waving palm trees, a tropical island of choice and coconut in your hand. Thailand has it all. The cool season - the tourist season - runs from November to February. Weather conditions are ideal, with a lot of sunshine, moderate temperatures and not a lot of rain. From July to October it's the rainy season in Thailand.


Best reviews of golf courses in Thailand
Played on: 2 August 2019 Review date: 16 September 2020Handicap: 22
Black Mountain Golf Club & Resort
Black Mountain Golf Club is a 27-hole championship layout. The East and North nines were ranked #59 in the 2018 issue of Golf Digest’s World Top 100. This is first golf course in Thailand to be nominated with such a prestigious honour. Built at the base of a large dormant volcano, the scenery here is spectacular with a rolling terrain and plenty of elevation changes as y…
Played on: 13 February 2023 Review date: 13 February 2023Handicap: 8.7
Seapine Golf Course (Royal Thai Army)
Langs de zee, al zie je die maar op enkele holes. Veel water. Wij hadden geen fijne ervaring met de caddies. Caddies is toch wel een ding vinden wij. Je wordt er meer door afgeleid dan dat je in je spel komt. Soms geven ze lijnen aan die absoluut niet kloppen. Nee wij geven nu aan geen advies te willen en zelfs dan is het vreemd om je clubs aangereikt te krijgen etc. Zal …
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Played on: 21 June 2018 Review date: 14 October 2018Handicap:
Phoenix Gold Golf & Country Club
I've been here two years running and it keeps getting better! Mostly tree lined fairways, the rough doesn't look bad but it's hard to control the ball. The fairways and greens are quite firm and in good condition. Well placed bunkers and very helpful local caddies. The curries in the clubhouse are yummy!
Review date: 2 May 2018Handicap: 18
Treasure Hill Golf & Country Club
Sehr toller und abwechslungsreicher Platz, ab und zu geht es etwas rauf und runter. Viele attraktive Löcher "mitten in der Wildnis". Lohnt den Weg.
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FAQ's about golf in Thailand
Have questions? These are the most popular questions with data-driven answers.
What is the best golf course in Thailand?
Banyan Golf Club & Residences is the best golf course in Thailand. Out of 153 golf courses in Thailand, the rating 9.0 of Banyan Golf Club & Residences is the highest. Click here to view the 10 best golf courses in Thailand
Is Thailand good for golf?
A 8.2 rating indicates Thailand is very good as a golf destination. This rating is based on several elements, like the average rating of golf clubs within this destination and the density of above-average golf clubs.
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