Phuket Golf Courses
The Blue Canyon Lakes golf course is the second golf course at Blue Canyon Country Club The routing takes advantage of natural meandering creeks and water-filled canyons created by abandoned open cast tin mining. Little excavation and shaping were required in favor of following the natural terrain over considerable elevation changes left pretty much as they were in the original jungle contours. Book Now!
When the Tropics meet Scottish Links. Here comes Phukets' first course in the south! For years now the JRD Group has been acquiring land and developing it for various purposes. One of these tracts of land, dominated by the eye-catching Sri Supa Ram Temple, grew as various parcels were added to it until it turned out to be large enough for a small golf course.
Thai Muang Beach Golf & Marina is committed to an ongoing program of expansion and renovation and guests are advised to inquire with us before planning an itinerary that includes Thai Muang. Built by Dean Glorso from a Dye design, this layout skirts the Andaman Coast with verdant mountains and wild forestation as its backdrop. The impressive Thai Muang is one of Thailand's few links courses and the locale is something to behold. Book Now!
Loch Palm Golf Club is the golf club with 18 holes and operated as the newly renovated golf course taken over from Phuket Century Country Club. It takes about 15 minutes from Phuket town by car. The 18 holes are well assigned around the Lake in the course and players enjoy the challenging and exciting golf with a good view.
This resort golf course at Banyan Tree Resort with its pleasant breezes from the Andaman sea reflects the natural beauty and tropical surroundings of Bang Tao Bay. Meandering through a labyrinth of lagoons and with water on 13 of the deceptively easy, until you realise you are forced to hit into a small island green.
Awarded by Asian Golf Monthly Magazine: The Best Championship Course in Asia, 2001, and The Best Golf Course in Thailand, 2001. The Canyon Course at BCCC in Phuket has been the venue for the Johnny Walker Classic in 1994 and the Honda Classic in 1996. The Johnny Walker Classic returned there in January 1998 -- won by Tiger Woods after a play-off with Ernie Els.