It’s a very rural area on the edge of Khao Kheow National Park which affords excellent views as you make your way around the course.
The conditioning of the course is not consistent, and it suffers in the dry season and is probably best avoided at that time. The course was designed by GolfEast and it is one of the more difficult Pattaya Golf Courses and several holes are lined by natural ponds and some that cross the fairways and mishit shots will often end up in a watery grave.
The par-5 12th hole is particularly challenging, and many golfers will struggle to reach the fairway. The 18th, although measuring only 360 yards, is a dogleg and you need to be accurate off the tee and negotiate the water just in front of you – better golfers can take the direct route which will set themselves up for a potential birdie.
The course is pretty flat if you prefer to walk as there are not too many natural elevation changes and you just have to negotiate the gentle slopes made by the designer.
The clubhouse facilities are outdated and the standard of the food in the restaurant is average at best.
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