We bid you a warm Sawadee. Welcome to Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, and it's outstanding array of beautiful and challenging golf courses. We at Chiang Mai Tee-Off Service offer to you sophisticated golf holiday vacations featuring some of the worlds finest courses, luxury accommodations, and outstanding service. We offer highly personalized service for the discerning golfer that is tailored to your individual or group requirements. From arrival to departure we will provide you with pampered, attentive service that sets the Thai golf experience apart from any other, and truly places it in a class by itself, unparalleled anywhere else in the world. We can arrange for you to play on Asia's finest golf courses, stay at the top hotels, and dine in first class restaurants.
Remark:Some of the above golf clubs have 2 green fees, one for weekend, public holiday and one for weekdays. The green fee is normally lower during the low season May – October. Please contact our office for more details
Transfer is based on high roof van that can carry up to 8 golfers with 8 golf bags
Tipping to caddy is 300 baht/round Tipping to driver is to your satisfaction
Van rental available with driver.
Chiang Mai 1,800 bath / Other province 2,500 bath, petrol not included.
Mandatory Golf cart at Alpine , Highland, Gassan Legacy, Gassan Khuntan , North Hill
Cash card valued at 100B including in the Green fee at Alpine
Chiangmai Highlands Golf club and Spa Resort – Chiang Mai ,Sankampheng
Set in the mountains east of Chiang Mai this 27-hole masterpiece of Schmidt-Curley Design is breathtakingly scenic and a cleverly challenging test of golf.Recognized among the Best Golf Resorts in Asia by The Asian Golf Awards, Chiangmai Highlands Golf and Spa Resort has become Northern Thailand’s premier golf destination.
Chiangmai Highlands’ three courses, Valley, Highlands and Mountain, feature undulating greens guarded by dramatic bunkering and some of the finest playing conditions in Thailand. Beyond the golf, visitors are most often inspired by the scenic views.
In addition to the world-class golf course, Chiangmai Highlands offers an open-air restaurant with a panoramic view of the golf course, mountains and valley. The property also includes a spa, private resort villas, a swimming pool overlooking the course, fitness facilities, condominiums and housing community. The service, scenery and facilities at Chiangmai Highlands has earned a legendary reputation for a truly memorable golf experience.
Royal Chiang Mai Golf Club Designed by 5 times British Open winner Peter Thomson and Michael Wolveridge, this 6900 yard, par 72, park-land style course is located 30 minutes from Chiang Mai, in the foothills of Northern Thailand. The 2000 rai site, a former fruit orchard, provides breathtaking panoramic vistas of mountains in the distance. The high altitude provides a cooler, less humid climate, sweet refreshing air, and gentle breezes. It's filled with the songs of birds, an abundance of wildlife, and thousands of flowering trees erupting in different fragrances and colors every month of the year. The design uses elements from a British links style course, including bumpy gently rolling fairways, pot bunkers and closely mowed areas around the greens.
Alpine North Golf Club Chiangmai-Lamphun that was closed March 2008 and totally re-design by world-famous golf course designer Ron M Garl,
It opened again for the public on 1 November 2008. An 18 holes, 7,541 yards, par 72 champion ship course.
Ron Garl also designer Alpine Bangkok that have held Johniee Walker classic twice with winners as Tiger Woods and Miguel Angel Jiminez
The Alpine Golf Resort Chiang Mai comprises some 450 rai of land that nestles in a valley between the mountain ranges in the heart of the San Kampaeng natural forests. It is undoubtedly one of the golf courses in Chiang Mai that boast of the best in natural beauty. The design of the course, was inspired by the magnificent hills in its horizon. No matter where you are on the course, you are enjoy nature at her best: exquisite lush green from the nearby forests – which comprise a rich assembly of trees such as the golden teakwood, the Dipterocarpus Alatus and many more other species.
A visit to The Alpine Golf Resort promises an unforgettable experience. First, the course is complete with a full range of facilities including a 4-star resort so that you can bring your family members for a well-deserved breakaway. Last but not least is the opportunity to enjoy good food and the pleasure of a spa indulgence after your round of golf – and all this in the spectacular ambience of the hills of Chiang Mai.
Green Valley Golf Club - Chiang Mai
Situated in the lowlands, only 20 minutes from downtown Chiang Mai, this Dennis Griffiths & Associates designed championship course offers an unusually tough challenge. The heat and humidity, along with the 7,200 yards of wide open fairways, tough water hazards on every hole, plenty of bunkers, and few trees, make for a difficult and thirsty round of golf. Ideally played in the early morning or late afternoon, due to lack of trees, this tournament calibre course has Chiang Mai's most superbly conditioned and maintained fairways and greens. The clubhouse is a model of excellence. Green Valley is now featuring night time golf that is a must to try out with stunning background lighting behind the palm trees.
At the time of writing it is 9 holes with superb lighting and later on this year 2010 the whole course will be lid up.
Mae Jo Golf Club
Sculpted from fertile orchards in the foothills 20 minutes north of Chiang Mai is one of Asia’s finest courses. Beautifully designed 6,700 yard, par-72 jewel from 2004 by Seni Thirawat is risk-reward, as its lush, narrow fairways slither through the sweetly scented mango, citrus and lychee ‘Garden of Eden’ like the golden pythons golfer’s sometimes see. Throughout the year the air is sweetly scented with fragrant blossoms, and the trees laden with fruit. Created Banthun Tantivit, the clubhouse, restaurant, lodge, golf course and extensive practice facilities are impeccably first-class. Although only opened in 2004, it’s superbly conditioned fairways and greens are always in top condition The breathtaking vistas from the 15th tee is but another great reason to visit Mae-Jo.
Malmo Golf Club from Sweden ready to tee-off at Mae Jo Golf Course.
North Hill Golf Club
North Hill Golf Club is a new 18 holes course conveniently located only 15 minutes from Chiang Mai city center. Formally a 9 holes course called Mezzanine, the full 18 holes of North Hill opened for play on November 1, 2014. The course is 6858 yards from the back tee and 6016 yards from the white tee.
The layout is flattish and features many water hazards and well placed bunkers. Accuracy is more important than distance on this finely conditioned course. Lush fairways are a signature of North Hill making it easily playable for the higher handicapper. You can enjoy night golf here as well. The facilities are modern and spotless. The restaurant is a must visit offering both international and Thai cuisine with fine views of the course from the outside patio. North Hill will be an excellent choice for anyone looking for a relaxing day of golf close to the city.
Gassan Khuntan Golf Club and Resort Only one hour south of Chiang Mai is Gassan’s new Khuntan Resort. Khuntan means “Devil Mountain’ and this 18-hole, 7,100 yard, par-72 creation from 2004 is devilishly difficult. Tucked in the ‘dragon-like’ folds of Lampang’s foothills on a riverbank, the distinctive design of the course, clubhouse and resort is pure “eye candy”. Its target golf/risk-reward style, the lack of a practice range, no golf course guidebook, and clever optical illusions make hitting the right shot, with the right club, to the right spot a true test. When you stand on the tee of the par-3, - 5th hole and face a mid-iron shot to a tiny island green, in the middle of a huge lake, into the teeth of swirling winds, you will know why this course is aptly named. Although club/shot selection are demanding, the relentless challenge only adds to the experience. To gain par takes focus, making the occasional birdie that much more special. For an unforgettable day of golf in a truly spectacular setting, head south.
Gassan Legacy – Lamphun
Gassan Legacy Golf Club is the newest course in Chiang Mai and is located about 30 minute south of the city center on the way to Lamphun. The course was formally known as Gassan Lake City but has undergone a major renovation done by the world renown designer Lee Schmidt of Schmidt – Curley Design, Inc. The complete upgrade cost in excess of 150 million baht and took 16 month to complete. The course now boasts some of the finest playing conditions in the North of Thailand with lush fairways and perfectly conditioned bunkers. The challenging layout can be enjoyed by golfers of all abilities. The many water hazards and doglegs require target shots and offer exciting opportunities for those who enjoy risk/reward golf. Course is playing 6852 yards from the back tee par 72 with the front nine being 3763 yards and back nine 3089 yards It will be a fun day of golf for anyone who chooses to make Gassan Legacy part of their golf tour to Chiang Mai
Gassan Marina Golf Club
At Gassan Marina Golf Club designed by Thai architect Pravit Reang-Po and opened December 2006 we bring you a new dimension to golf in Thailand. At 7,609 yards the longest course in the kingdom, its unique distinction comes from all 18 holes being designed around the contour of a large lake in Chiang Mai. Add in plenty of waterside bunkers, a backdrop of mountains, lush greenery, and you have a stunning vista to complement the golfing challenge.
Golfers will also enjoy winding down in their luxury club house, constructed to mix European architecture with Dubai Arabian style. Overlooking the grand lake and surrounding mountains, and at nearly 10,000 square meter in size, it includes Thai and International restaurants, locker rooms, seminar room, pro shop, and large banquet halls which hold up to 500 people. They also have a house and land project with qualities properties to choose from. Gassan Marina Golf Club is about 20 minutes drive from Chiang Mai International Airport and the city centre
Mae Moh Golf Course Lampang
Another course which is maybe not be so well know to you is Mae Moh Golf course, located 30 Km from Lampang or 125 Km away from Chiang Mai. The first 9 holes were built in 1984 and a couple of years ago 9 more holes were added on. This 6374-yard, per 72 course adjacent to the famous clay mines in the Lampang area with inpressive mountains backdrop. The well-grown course and spectacular design with fairways going up and down makes for an unforgettable day golf.
Waterford Valley - Chiang Rai
Set upon a plateau, surrounded by lush valleys and absolutely breathtaking mountains in every direction, this 7,100 yard, par 72 championship layout is one of the most scenic in Thailand. Designed in 1994 by Rather International, this young course is maturing rapidly. With excellent maintenance and conditioning of the fairways and greens, an abundance of lakes and streams bordering many holes, the course flows up, down and around the contours of the plateau. The natural beauty, incredible vistas, great design and refreshing climate, make for an unforgettable day of golf.
Santiburi - Chiang Rai This 18 hole, 7,000, par 72, Robert Trent Jones Jr. masterpiece is widely regarded as one of the best conceived, and conditioned golf courses in Asia. This brainchild of Khun Santi Bhirombhakdi, the owner of Thailand's Singha Beer, is an exquisite example of understated elegance. Santiburi offers an aesthetic feast for the golf connoisseur. The golf course is world class, yet it is playable and enjoyable for golfers on every skill level. Set into the contours of a valley, it offers a superbly landscaped golf course that winds beneath a canopy of magnificent shade trees, across crystal clear lakes and streams, reflecting turquoise skies and pearl white clouds above, and the lush green foothills and mountains of Chiang Rai in the distance.
Gold Canyon Golf Course Situated approximately 50 km south-east of Chiang Mai, Gold Canyon ( former Gold Mountain is settled in a rugged and rural area not far from Lamphun. Officially opening in early spring 2009, design by Khun Senit this is one of the areas newest courses. Surrounded by fields, orchards, woodlands and, of course, Canyons, Gold Canyon provides a golfer’s delight in tranquility and scenic beauty.
Given its youthfulness, it will likely be at least a couple more years before Gold Canyon grows into its full potential. Presently, water and bunkers do not pose much of an obstacle to one’s game. However, be wary of trees, trees…and more trees! Indeed, trees can be a major problem on no less than 5 holes in so far as being inexplicably situated directly in front of the tee-boxes. Again, perhaps time will allow for a few modifications, as well as bringing more water and bunkers into play.
Playing at just over 7,300 yards from the back-tees, Gold Canyon Golf Course is a par 72 course of fairly flat terrain. But be prepared to do a lot of additional walking as the distance from green-to-tee is long and often hilly. As is, this course still provides a nice change from Chiang Mai proper and introduces golfers to what may be a new trend in golf course design.
Chiang Mai Inthanon Golf Resort Inthanon Golf Resort officially opened its full compliment of 18 holes in November 2009. Offering a majestic mountain view all around, it’s located about an hour south-west of Chiang Mai’s city-centre. The course takes its name from Doi Inthanon, the highest peak in Thailand (2,565 m. at its summit), and comprises part of the mountain range separating Thailand and Burma (Myanmar). This is another of the new courses on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, not far from Hang Dong, and was designed by Khun Suphachai Silamon.
Situated in a valley like setting, the course is well maintained with plush fairways, numerous bunkers, and several water hazards. It is a par 72 and plays at 7,268 yards from the back tees. As with many of the newer courses, the distances from green to tee make this a much longer course to walk than otherwise indicated. The back 9 is the more scenic part of this course and is an absolute joy to play. For those already familiar with Chiang Mai’s more established courses, hole 18 is similar to the closing hole at Highlands with its downhill, dogleg, and water approach to the green.
The fairways and greens are in immaculate condition. Given it originally opened as a 9-hole course in late 2008, the caddies have developed a fairly good knowledge of the fairways and greens. Chiang Mai’s latest offering feels and plays like a course well beyond its years, and makes for a very pleasant change from some of the other more familiar venues in and around Chiang Mai.
Happy City Resort and Golf Located 13 km east of Chiang Rai, this is the latest edition to golf in this fair city.
Happy City GOLF & RESORT is owned by Mr. Tae Hyun Cho, from Korea, who is himself an avid golfer sporting a low handicap. The course was designed by TPGA Khun Pongsak Daengchuang and Khun Prasan Srisuphachaiya. The latter’s company, Phalang Construction, is well known in Thailand’s golfing community, with a solid reputation for building exquisitely designed, top-ranked courses.
Situated on 1,200 rai, Happy City GOLF & RESORT consists of 29-holes and provides golfers with panoramic lake and mountain views.
It is therefore appropriate that the 3 courses are called Lakeside, Mountain Breeze and Riverside. Regardless of which two nines you play the 18-hole yardage combined is well over 7,200 yards. A unique feature of Happy City GOLF & RESORT is its ability to close two holes each day to do additional maintenance without disturbing the golfer.
The design of Happy City Golf & RESORT, with its winding fairways and tough approach shots over water, will make for a challenging day of golf to any venturing out to Chiang Rai. Together with its breathtaking vistas, the layout of the fairways at the Mountain Breeze Course is sure to keep golfers coming back again and again. The clubhouse is situated on a plateau overlooking all 29 holes. The tee-boxes for holes 1 and 11, as well as the greens for holes 10 and 20, are located directly in front of the clubhouse. As a nice finishing touch, the main kiosk has been built in the style of a Dutch windmill.