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“The club offers breathtaking views of the beautiful surrounding hills and the Khao Yai National Park”

Set in scenic natural surroundings in the foothills of Khao Yai, the Khao Yai Golf Club (previously Mission Hills Golf Club) is truly a golfing oasis for golf enthusiasts. Spread over an area of approximately 450 rai, the club offers breathtaking views of the beautiful surrounding hills and the Khao Yai National Park. The club is situated between two valleys in the mountains, just outside the Khao Yai National Park and just over an hour’s drive from Bangkok city.

Thailand Golf Tours brings visitors from all over the world to enjoy the incredible course at the Khao Yai Golf Club and can easily organize your visit. Thailand Golf Tours works with individual and group travelers to plan tours to Thailand’s many golf courses; as part of a visit to Thailand or as the basis for an entire holiday in Thailand focused on golf.  With excellent local contacts and wealth of local knowledge, Thailand Golf Tours are able to ensure the golf break or holiday that suits your skills, interest, budget and time requirements.

The Khao Yai Golf Club’s 18-hole, par 72 (7,058 yards) course was designed by Jack Nicklaus, the renowned American golf course designer who is known as arguably the best professional golfer of all time. The designer has used his expertise to preserve the original natural forest in this PGA standard golf course. The undulating fairways, large bunkers and plenty of mature palm tress make the course layout challenging for golfers of all skill levels. The 10th and 11th holes play into one of the valleys and are counted amongst the finest back-to-back holes in the Khao Yai area. The club offers a wide range of facilities including a restaurant, swimming pool, sport club, sauna and massage.

Khao Yai Golf Club Information

Designer:                                 Jack Nicklaus

Holes / Par / Yardage:             18 holes par 72 (7,058 yards)

Established:                             1993

Location:                                 15 minutes from Khao Yai Park, 90 minutes from Bangkok

Closed on:                               Open everyday