Thailand’s top golf course

Chiang Mai Heights Golf Resort is located in Mae On, southeast of downtown Chiang Mai, not far east of ALPINE Golf Resort.

 

The Highland Resort is owned by Schmidt Curley Design. Designed by Lee Schmidt, the 27-hole course A is Valley (3,617 yards), B is Highlands (3,610 yards) and C is Mountain (3,522 yards).

 

Shortly after its completion in 2005, The Highland Resort was named the third best New Course in Asia by Asia Golf Monthly in 2007. In 2013, he was once again named the “most valuable golf course in Asia” by the monthly magazine in 2012-2013 and the Top10 best golf course in Thailand. In 2015, it was ranked among the top three best golf resorts in Asia Pacific by the monthly.

Thailand's top golf course

Created by Leading U.S. golf course architect Ronald M. Gall, Alpine Golf’s 18-hole course is, in short, Bangkok’s most challenging golf course!

 

In addition to superb layout, with lightning fast greens and undulating fairways. In addition to the significant elevation change and fantastic undulating design, the water barrier is also more obvious, and the beach-style bunkers are more obvious to protect the front of the three pole holes 3 and 12.

 

The alpine layout obviously tests the best players, but it is also a lush, picturesque course with undulating heights and “high mountain” mounds rarely seen in Bangkok.

 

Nikanti Golf Club is a unique 18 hole golf course located in Phu Tungu, Bangkok. A collaborative project of Thai golf course designer and architect Piraporn Namatra, Nikanti is a revolutionary course in Thailand.

 

Nikanti is a former rice field with clean air. But unlike other Bangkok golf courses, it’s only about 6,850 yards from the black tee. What’s different is the course, not the traditional front and back nine holes.

 

Nikanti is made up of three six holes, each starting and ending at the clubhouse. Also, each set includes two par-3 holes, two par-4 holes and two par-5 holes. The ball is wide and full of variations in height and height.

 

Many greens are undulating, fast (especially downhill) and guarded by bunkers. Many holes also have water barriers, especially at par 5. Bangkok’s golf courses are often criticized for their lack of height variation, but Nikanti has none of that. There’s a lot of distance on this course but in spite of that, a lot of holes can be finished under par.