Panya Indra golf course features 27 holes created by top U.S. designer Ronald Fream on three distinct nine-hole layouts featuring several lakes. The course is located off the Ekamai-Ramintra Highway on the way to Safari World, approximately 45 minutes from the center of Bangkok, and is popular with locals and expats alike.
Considering the usage day and night, the 27 holes are well maintained across undulating fairways and on manicured greens, making the playing experience here one of the more pleasantly challenging rounds available in the Bangkok area.
There are three individual nine-hole courses, each with their own unique setting and distinctly different playing experience. Choose the Lagoon Course, the Palm Course, or the Garden Course and witness three splendidly sculpted golf courses in one exotic tropical paradise.
These courses are very popular with local players and foreign visitors alike. The courses are open six days a week and night golf is available on Wednesdays and Thursdays in season.
Being close to the local university, the students earn extra cash doubling as caddies, so not only are they well trained, they are also some of the prettiest caddies in town. The clubs massive clubhouse looks over the 9th hole and offers a great place to unwind and enjoy a drink and a meal after your round.
The course can get very busy but if you allow Golf Orient to book you on a calm day you will have a memorable time at Panya Indra Golf Club in Bangkok. Book this course through Golf Orient, or let us add it to a personalized Bangkok Golf Package for you and your group.
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|Northeast Bangkok near Minburi and Ram Indra
|40 minutes from city center
|Closed on Monday
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