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Golf Courses in Chonburi

Golf Courses in Chonburi

The province of Chonburi has some of the most renowned golf courses in the whole of Thailand, namely Siam Country Clubhost to the Honda LPGA event for the last 5 years and Amata Springshost to the Thailand Golf Championship. There are 19 courses in total and all 19 are within a 45 minute drive from the popular tourist spot of Pattaya and hence why Pattaya was named Asia’s best golfing destination of 2012. Other notable courses include Laem Chanbang International which was designed by the great Jack Nicklaus and Bangpra Internationalknown locally as the monkey course.

Golf Clubs in Chonburi City
Amata Spring Country Club
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Mueang Chonburi
Bangpra International Golf Club
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Si Racha
Burapha
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Si Racha
Crystal Bay
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Si Racha
Greenwood Golf Club
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Ban Bueng
Khao Kheow Country Club
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Si Racha
Laem Chabang International
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Si Racha
Mountain Shadow
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Mueang Chonburi
Parichat International Golf Links
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Pattaya
Pattana Golf Club and Resort
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Si Racha
Pattavia Century Golf Club
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Ban Bueng
Pattaya Country Club and Resort
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Pattaya
Phoenix Gold Golf and Country Club
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Pattaya
Pleasant Valley Golf Course
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Si Racha
Plutaluang Royal Thai Navy Golf Course
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Sattahip
Siam Country Club (Old Course)
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Pattaya
Siam Country Club Plantation
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Pattaya
Siam Country Club Waterside
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Pattaya
Treasure Hill
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Si Racha

Golf Courses in Chonburi

The province of Chonburi has some of the most renowned golf courses in the whole of Thailand, namely Siam Country Clubhost to the Honda LPGA event for the last 5 years and Amata Springshost to the Thailand Golf Championship. There are 19 courses in total and all 19 are within a 45 minute drive from the popular tourist spot of Pattaya and hence why Pattaya was named Asia’s best golfing destination of 2012. Other notable courses include Laem Chanbang International which was designed by the great Jack Nicklaus and Bangpra Internationalknown locally as the monkey course.


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Kiradech Aphibarnrat

Wednesday, 18th October at 09:28 AM

Kiradech Aphibarnrat,born 23 July 1989 is a Thai professional golfer who plays on the Asian and also the European Tours.

Chapchai Nirat

Monday, 16th October at 10:33 AM

Chapchai is the son of a Thai national team golfer, and turned professional in 1998 as a fifteen-year-old. He won for the first time as a pro at the 2004 Genting Masters in Malaysia.

Prayad Marksaeng

Saturday, 14th October at 09:26 AM

Prayad was a member of Thailand's winning golf team at the 1987 South East Asian Games and turned professional in 1991. He has been a member of the Asian Tour since it began in its modern form in 1995.

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