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“The signature 16th, is said to be one of the most beautiful holes Nicklaus has ever designed”

Kirimaya Golf Resort & Spa couldn’t be more beautifully situated; located in the Khao Yai National Park,  with panoramic views across the diverse scenery. Considered to be one of the most natural courses anywhere in Thailand, this golf course is described by the Nicklaus design team, to be one of their top three in Asia. Well-maintained and superbly designed, the Kirimaya Golf Resort & Spa offers plenty to enjoy for golfers as well as visitors; the attached 5-star Kirimaya Golf Resort has unique tented villas as accommodations and service that is second to none as well as a luxury spa.

Thailand Golf Tours brings visitors from all over the world to enjoy the fantastic views and incredible course at the Kirimaya Golf Resort & Spa and can easily organise your visit. Thailand golf Tours works with individual and group travellers 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 Kirimaya Golf Resort & Spa has an 18 hole, par 72 (7170 yards) golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus design team. Although the course caters to golfers of all skill levels, it is considered one of the most challenging and is well-loved by local golfers and visitors alike. The signature 16th, is said to be one of the most beautiful holes Nicklaus has ever designed and the entire course blends and works in harmony with the stunning natural surroundings of the National Park.  This Khao Yai golf course and resort offer a unique and memorable experience.

Kirimaya Golf Resort & Spa Information

Designer:                            Jack Nicklaus

Holes / Par / Yardage:   18 holes par 72 (7170 yards)

Established:                       2004

Location:                             Khao Yai National Park (nr. Pakchong)

Closed on:                          Open everyday