Combining Golf with Travel

Banyan Tree Resort, PhuketThe beach resort of Pattaya is a fantastic place to play a round or two of golf. The year round sunshine that this part of Thailand enjoys and the stunning natural scenery that the main golf courses here boast of are hard to beat. There are numerous world class golf courses to be found here, such as The Khao Kheow Country Club, which is a large, and lovely golfing ground featuring 18 championship holes and an 18-hole resort course.

The Laem Chabang International golf course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and is one of the finest courses in Thailand. There are three sets of nine holes to play here, each designed for people with different abilities. Other excellent golf courses in Pattaya include The Phoenix Golf & Country Club, Siam Country Club and Natural Park Resort.

Pattaya is located just a short drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, and airport transfers are available as well as buses and taxis. In addition to the golf courses, Pattaya features a beautiful beach and a thriving nightlife scene.

Banyan Tree Resort, Phuket

Visitors of Thailand can also head to the south to play on this world famous course. The resort’s 18-hole golf course is conveniently located next to the hotel’s lobby. The Banyan Tree resort features 135 luxurious villas for visitors to choose from as well as a wide range of amenities to make use of. Phuket is the largest island in Thailand and features its own international airport, while direct flights are available from Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is situated on the sun kissed coast of Southern California and has long been one of the best places in the world to play golf. In fact, this destination boasts numerous international standard golf courses and regularly attracts golfing fanatics from all over the globe. While this is a great place for semi-professional golfers to work on their game, those who are new to the golf scene will also find a huge range of green patches to practice on here.