Phuket boasts eight golf courses set amidst serene island surroundings. Open daily and in the evening, for those who escape heat of the day, Phuket's golf courses offers some of the best in Thailand, though at a bit higher prices. Golfers from all over the world choose Phuket due to its status of a perfect holiday destination, pristine sandy beaches and high-quality golf facilities suitable for both amateurs and professional players.
BLUE CANYON COUNTRY CLUB
Blue Canyon Country Club is one of the most prestigious golf courses in the region, and is located just 10 minutes from the Resort. Golfers will indulge themselves on two golf courses: the 18-hole championship Canyon Course, and the award-winning Lakes Course. Both courses were created around existing landscape offering superb sport facilities and stunning views.
MISSION HILLS GOLF RESORT & SPA
Just 20 minutes from the Resort, Mission Hills is an 18-hole course with an additional 9-hole floodlit course designed by Jack Nicklaus. This championship golf course is located in the northeast of Phuket, and offers spectacular sea vistas.
LAGUNA GOLF PHUKET GC
Recently renovated, this erstwhile, cozy, recreational golf course graduated to major-league status. Just a 30-minute drive from the Resort, the award-winning course features a wealth of tropical scenic lagoons and handsome fairways set against a stunning backdrop of mountains and the nearby sea.
RED MOUNTAIN GC AND LOCH PALM GC
A 45-minute drive and winding its way through a dramatic 1,400 rai former tin mine site in the heart of Phuket, Red Mountain is an exciting golf course. Cleverly routed to take advantage of a huge variety of landforms and dizzying elevation changes, scars left from the tin mine era have been imaginatively incorporated into the overall scheme, creating a unique.
Loch Palm Golf Club is built around Crystal Lake, the glistening central feature of the course and the largest body of water on any Phuket course. It has smooth slopes and dramatic elevation changes and takes you across and around ravines and plateaus. The front nine sits amid lakes and palm trees. The back moves though mountains and woods.