Phuket Golf Holidays

Phuket Golf Special

Day 1: Arrival in Phuket – Transported to Phuket to your hotel of choice

Day 2: Golf at Laguna Phuket Golf Club (tree lined parkland style Max Wexler resort course

Day 3: Golf at Loch Palm Golf Club (a local favorite for its unique, fun & fair design)

Day 4: Full day tour: Phi Phi Island Tour by Speedboat; which is ranked as one of the world’s most beautiful islands

Day 5: Golf at Blue Canyon, Lakes Course (among Phukets best since 2006 renovation)

Day 6: Golf at Phuket Country Club (islands oldest course; challenging and scenic)

Day 7: Free day at your own leisure

Day 8: Golf at Mission Hills Phuket Golf Resort & Spa (Nicklaus design on the Andaman Sea)

Day 9: Golf at Red Mountain Golf Club (Phukets newest course; scenic views and great golf)

Day 10: In the evening Phuket Fantasea buffet diner show

Day 11: Free day at your own leisure

Day 12: Transfer to Phuket International Airport – departure

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