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Best of Thailand Golf Expedition


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From $4,774


13 nights

Travel Dates:

Wednesday 1st of April 2020 until Wednesday 31st of March 2021


Best of Thailand Golf Expedition - 14 Days / 13 Nights - from $4774* per person (with Golf Asian).

Day 1: Arrival & Transfer to the hotel
Day 2: Golf at Alpine Golf and Sports Club (site of Tiger Woods' 2000 Asian win is one of Bangkok's best) including cart and caddie
Day 3: Half Day Sightseeing Tour; Excursion: Bangkok Medley and Thonburi Klongs Tour
Day 4: Golf at Thai Country Club (prestigious club has hosted PGA wins by Tiger Woods & Vijay Singh) including cart and caddie
Day 5: Flight to Chiang Mai & Sightseeing; Excursion: Doi Suthep Temple & King’s Winter Palace
Day 6: Golf at Alpine Golf Resort Chiang Mai (site of 2013/4 Asian Tour events is best conditioned Chiang Mai course) including cart and caddie
Day 7: Excursion: Traditional & Thai Culture Tour
Day 8: Golf at Chiang Mai Highlands Golf and Spa Resort (one of the region's best courses; highly recommended) including cart and caddie
Day 9: Flight to Bangkok & Transfer to Kanchanaburi & Sightseeing, transfer to hotel; Excursion: Kanchanaburi - Bridge over River Kwai and train ride on death railway
Day 10: Golf at Grand Prix Golf Club (spectacular course is one of Thailand's best) including cart and caddie
Day 11: Transfer to Hua Hin
Day 12: Golf at Banyan Golf Club (2009 Best New Course in Asia: scenic & challenging) including cart and caddie
Day 13: Golf at Black Mountain Golf Club (1st class European Tour & Royal Trophy venue) including cart and caddie
Day 14: Transfer to Suvarnabhumi Airport & Departure

Package Inclusions
 2 rounds of golf in Bangkok
 2 rounds of golf in Hua Hin
 2 rounds of golf in Chiang Mai
 1 round of golf in Kanchanaburi
 4 nights' accommodation in Bangkok
 3 nights' accommodation in Hua Hin
 4 nights' accommodation in Chiang Mai
 2 nights' accommodation in Kanchanaburi
 Daily breakfast
 One caddie per golfer at each golf course (caddie fees included but not caddie tips)
 Golf cart included where indicated in the itinerary
 All airport, land, and golf course transfers
 All transfers by private VIP high top touring van or sedan
 24/7 golf hotline staffed by knowledgeable service personnel
 Local knowledge, expertise, suggestions, and support throughout trip
 All taxes and service charges
 Roundtrip Flight BKK/CNX/BKK

Package Exclusions
 Airfare, airport taxes, visa fees
 Personal items, meals (other than those mentioned), gratuities

Value Added Services
 TaylorMade Golf Club Set Rental: THB 900/day/person
 VIP Fast Track Service at Suvarnabhumi Airport (inbound): THB 1,200/person
 Top Executive Airport Limousine Transfer (one way/max 2 PAX): THB 4,200/way
 Golfers Travel Insurance (incl. golf equipment & hole in one): THB 2,300/person

Detailed Golf Course Information
Alpine Golf and Sports Club - 18 holes par 72 (7044 yards)

(site of Tiger Woods' 2000 Asian Tour win)
Alpine Golf & Sports Club is one of Thailand's top rated courses, and one of the best in Asia. The layout created by one of America's leading golf course architects, Ronald M. Garl, was the venue for the 2000 Johnnie Walker Classic PGA tournament won by Tiger Woods and again hosted the same event in 2004. The 18 holes at Alpine golf simply put make up the most challenging golf course in Bangkok, and by a wide margin! Designer: Ronald M. Garl Established: 1996 Location: Northeast Bangkok, along the outer ring road.

Thai Country Club - 18 holes par 72 (7151 yards)
(prestigious club has hosted PGA wins by Tiger Woods & Vijay Singh)
Thai Country Club is a prestigious member's course is managed by Peninsula Hotels. Thai County is one of the best in Bangkok as it sets the standard for service excellence. Designed under USPGA standards by Denis Griffiths, the course opened in December 1996. The design adapts to everyday member use up to very tough challenges for major international and PGA tournaments. The 7,157-yard course was the venue for the 1997 Asian Honda Classic, where Tiger Woods cruised to a comfortable 10-stroke victory after shooting a final round of 68 for a 20 under-par total of 268 for the championship. Designer: Denis Griffiths Established: 1996 Location: Eastern Bangkok along Bangna-Trad Highway.

Alpine Golf Resort Chiang Mai - 18 holes par 72 (7541 yards)
(host of 2013-14 Chiangmai Golf Classic)
The Alpine Golf Resort Chiang Mai (formerly Chiang Mai Lamphun Golf Club) comprises some 450 rai of land that nestles in a valley between the mountain ranges in the heart of the San Kampaeng natural forests. It is undoubtedly one of the golf courses in Chiang Mai that boast of the best in natural beauty. The design of the course, by world-famous golf course designer Mr Ron M Garl, was inspired by the magnificent hills in its horizon. No matter where you are on the course, you are sure to enjoy nature at her best: exquisite lush green from the nearby forests - which comprise a rich assembly of trees such as the golden teakwood, the Dipterocarpus Alatus and many more other species.

In planning and constructing the Alpine Chiang Mai golf course, the designer, Ron Garl, has maintained the same standards as his other award winning jewels including the TPC at Prestansia and Palm Beach Polo Club both in Florida, and the Alpine sister golf course in Bangkok. The 18-hole, Chiang Mai course at 7,541 yards in length from the black tees will challenge the serious player, although anyone who enjoys golfing in the fresh country air, close to nature, will find it equally pleasant from either the white or blue tee boxes. Designer: Ron Garl Established: 2008 Location: off route 1147 near Lamphun.

Chiangmai Highlands Golf and Spa Resort - 27 holes par 72/36 (7003/3601 yards)
(good variety and great golf, Chiang Mai's best course!!)
The Chiang Mai Highlands Golf Club opened in 2005 and significantly added to the quality of Chiang Mai’s golf courses. Soon thereafter in 2007, Chiang Mai Highlands Golf & Spa Resort was voted #3 for "Best New Golf Course in Asia" by Asian Golf Monthly. In 2013, Chiang Mai Highlands was awarded by the same publication as the "Best Value For Money Golf Course in Asia". An additional 9 holes was opened for play in 2015 and the new holes up-the-standard of golf even higher at this premium course. Designer: Lee Schmidt, Schmidt Curley Design Established: 2005 Location: East of Chiang Mai near Sankampheng.

Grand Prix Golf Club - 18 holes par 72 (7136 yards)
(spectaular course is one of Thailand's best)
Grand Prix Golf Club is a well-conditioned golf course in Thailand’s Kanachaburi Province that will take the breath away. The course is set in a vast open space with panoramic views of Burmese mountain ranges in the distance. A large river bisects the course and adds to the native scenery. It takes around 30 minutes to reach the site from Kanchanaburi town or 2 hours from Bangkok. Grand Prix makes excellent use of significant mounding and undulations through the fairways and greens. Many holes have split fairways offering golfers both a more challenging and a relaxing approach to the greens. Multi-tiered greens have lots of break so it pays to select the correct club for each approach shot; otherwise 3-putts or worse is likely. Designer: Mr. Prayard Chinnaraj & Dr. Prachin Eamlumnow Established: 2102 Location: 30 minutes from Kanchanaburi, 2 hours from Bangkok.

Banyan Golf Club - 18 holes par 72 (7361yards)
(2009 Best New Course In Asia: scenic & challenging)
Built among a pineapple plantation, Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin opened in October 2008. Immediately following, the course was awarded 2009 Best New Course in Asia Pacific by the readers of Asian Golf Monthly. Since then Banyan golf course and clubhouse has consistently claimed 'Top 3 in Thailand' awards and been featured in the 'Rolex Top 1000' in the World. The world class 18-hole championship golf course was designed by Thailand golf course architect Pirapon Namatra from Golf East and is known to be one of the best layouts in the country. The course provides for spectacular mountain and ocean views from most all of the holes and is one of the best layouts in the area. Each hole has 6 tee boxes making the course more or less challenging depending on ability and tee selection. Strategically placed water hazards, waste bunkers, and sand traps are spread out throughout the course. Significant use of native pineapple groves make local fruits come into play if straying too far off the fairways. Lush Zoysia grassed fairways, a local grass but a rarely seen on golf courses in Thailand, are a pleasure to hit from as balls sit up nicely. Designer: Golf East (Pirapon Namatra) Established: 2008 Location: 5 kilometers south of Hua Hin.

Black Mountain Golf Club - 18 holes par 72 (7343 yards)
(1st class European Tour & Royal Trophy venue)
Black Mountain was transformed from lush jungle and pineapple plantations and is located around 25 minutes west of Hua Hin. It is set in a valley surrounded by large black granite rock covered mountains. The Hua Hin golf course was the site for Asian PGA tour events in 2009 and 2010 and the Europe versus Asia match play Royal Trophy in 2011. In 2012 Black Mountain was selected as one of the 100 best golf courses outside the USA by Golf Digest magazine. In 2014 Black Mountain hosted The Thailand Classic, the first European Tour event to be staged in Thailand. The Thailand Classic is now a major fixture on the European and Asian Tours. Designer: Phil Ryan Established: 2007 Location: 10 kilometers west of Hua Hin.

Departs: 01 Apr 20 - 31 Mar 2021.

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