Treasure Hills is more than 20 years old so nearly all of the fairways are bordered by mature trees and shrubs will also provide an attractive natural backdrop to many of the greens. The surrounding hills also provide a delightful backdrop to the course which has a very natural away-from-it-all feeling.
Your first impression of this course may be that it looks pretty easy but many of the holes are doglegs which makes it quite difficult to find the correct positioning off the tee and with the trees in close proximity an offline shot can prove very expensive. The greens roll well and are not too fast but many of them are defended by bunkers although they have been placed either side of the green rather than in front which makes approach shots less daunting. You will encounter some water on several holes but there are no excessive carries so most golfers should manage.
The pick of the holes and also the signature hole is the par-5, 16th which is often referred to as the “Crocodile” hole – nobody seems to know for sure whether crocodiles used to live in the creek which runs beside the fairway but, whatever the reason, there is a large statue of a crocodile. It’s a par-5 which is juts about reachable in two for the very long hitters but the the “crocodile” pond lies in wait to catch the wayward attempt.
Slightly disappointing clubhouse but the facilities and food are acceptable. Very friendly caddies add to the favourable impression of Treasure Hills Golf Club.
Tee Times at Treasure Hills Golf Country Club
You should make sure you include a round of golf at Treasure Hills Golf Country Club on any Pattaya Golf Holiday and Golf Pattaya have the best rates at this course and all of the golf courses in Pattaya