3 All-Inclusive Golf Holiday Packages in Thailand for the Perfect Break


The Chon Buri/Pattaya area of Thailand is a great place for golfing enthusiasts as it is home to over 20 world class courses and many luxury hotels. Plan a golf holiday in Thailand for a very cost effective golf vacation that will leave you spoilt for choice. Here’s a look at Thailand’s best golf resorts where you can enjoy all inclusive golf holidays.

Majestic Creek Golf Club and Resort

Majestic Creek is one the newest additions to Hua Hin. The road leading to the Majestic Creek Country Club offers scenic views of Thai rural life and green farms.

Majestic Creek has a range of options for the beginner to the pro player – with an easy par four and the tricky dog-leg corners that will test the skills of the most experienced of golfers. The opening hole comes loaded with its own challenges for the adventurous golfer.

This 27 hole golf course is perfect for all inclusive golf holidays located close to the mountains with natural hazards as well as a well-designed layout to interest all those who love the sport.

Palm Hills Golf Club and Residence

The Palm Hills Golf Club and Residence is a 18 hole golf course that is the first of the latest generation of golf courses to open its doors in 1991. The British PGA was highly appreciative of this course as this was the base of the Thailand World Pro Am in 1993.

This golf course can be easily reached from downtown Hua Hin with only a short commute. The beautiful green hills around Palm Hills give this golf course its own scenic beauty. In fact, an imposing limestone mountain makes for a semi-blind tee shot in the 10th hole. Toppers need to watch out for the water near the 2nd, 8th, 11th and 14th holes.

Palm Hills offers excellent clubhouse facilities. It is a wonderful blend of Thai design and Western facilities make it one of the best country clubs. It also features a large swimming pool, tennis, badminton & squash courts, and a fully equipped gymnasium for those who love sports.

Palm Hills was the first of a new generation of courses to open in 1991. And was the first course in Hua Hin to stage the Thailand World Pro Am in 1993 gaining much praise from the British PGA.

Black Mountain Golf Course

Popularly called the “Jewel in the crown” of Hua Hin, the Black Mountain Golf Course is a sight to behold. From its well-manicured sprawling greens and fairways to its A-class restaurant that serves both Thai and Western food as well as its superb clubhouse, this resort is a golfers paradise.

Black Mountain has played host to two Asian Tour events and in 2015 has hosted a co-sponsored European and Asian Tour event.
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