Artitaya Chiang Mai Golf & Resort

Artitaya Chiang Mai Golf & Resort

Address : Tha Khum Ngoen, Mae Tha District, Lamphun 51000

Phone : 098 791 0164  DIRECTIONS
Korean owned and this time of the year booked mainly by Korean tour groups playing up 6-7 in a group so not the place to be on your play list at the moment. After February most of the Koreans are gone and there will be some deals to be had, particularly with the new 9 holes, it will be well worth a visit.





Nine new holes. Club Pro Kavan gives a tour:

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Posted by Artitaya Chiang Mai Golf&Resort on Tuesday, October 30, 2018


Mae Jo Golf Club

Mae Jo Golf Club

  Located around 30 minutes from from the heart of ChiangMai ,

Mae Jo Golf Club & Resort is especially designed for your most enjoyable golfing vacation experience.

              Ranging over 500 Rai the 18-hole par 72 course was thoroughly designed to blend in beautifully with its natural terrains and spectacular surroundings.

               The course layouts, which were thoroughly designed based on maximum safety and risk reward approach, provides challenging but fair play to both amateurs and professional golfers. Each hole has a unique design and requires different a game plan to shoot for a par.

               Several elevated tee boxes, which are spread throughout the course, reserve panoramic views of the course and surrounding, and at the same time, provide more challenging plays. The course features rolling fairways and large challenging greens which are considered ones of the most challenging greens in the northern part of the kingdom of Thailand.

                Along side of the fairways, golfers will come across many local fruit trees, such as Longan, Lychee, Pomello and Tangerine, which provide not only unique scenery but also unique tasting experience.

112 Moo 7 Ban Sriboonruang Pahpai Sansai, Chiang Mai 50210 Thailand
Tel.+66 (0) 53 354431-2
Fax +66 (0) 53 354433




Gassan Khuntan

Gassan Khuntan Golf and Resort

           Gassan Khuntan is situated in the Doi Khuntan National Park which has many historical sites to boast of such as the Khuntan Tunnel and the Khuntan Railway Bridge. This well built course follows a river, set in tall trees with undulating greens and crowned fairways even the best golfers may find it challenging. For the experienced golfer who wishes to take on a lot of water or risk a short cut over many bunkers, this is the perfect course to test their abilities; however for the novice golfer this course can really improve your confidence. The course is set out over 7,062 yards and it has a par of 72 over 18 holes.

Gassan November Golf
Gassan Khuntan Golf & Resort
01 – 30 NOVEMBER 2019 Price 1,600 THB
Incl. Green fee + Caddy + Single Cart
** Only apply for Thai and Thai Residents **

Booking Now
Tel. 053 – 507006 -9
Mobile. 081-6604334 (Sales & Marketing) 081-9504871 (Green fee)
Fax. 053 – 507012
Line ID : khuntangolf



Gassan Legacy Golf Club





Contact us : Gassan Legacy Golf Club.
Tel. 053 – 921815 , 053 – 921817 and 053 – 921846
Mob. 083 – 5800146 , 097 – 9192992 , 081 – 7167711 and 065 – 4165961
Fax. 053 – 921820
Line ID : gassangolf


GASSAN GROUP LEGACY GOLF & RESORT is the largest golf complex in northern Thailand. Gassan consists of three challenging 18 holes golf course set amongst different charming location with stunning peaceful view. offering various levels to suit all standards of golfers. Each golf course provides accommodation with a wide range of facilities.


Gassan Panorama

Gassan Panorama Golf & Resort 

Opened initially in November 2006 the Gassan Panorama Golf Club is the third course in the Gassan Group. The course reopened in 2017 as at the same time took on its new name.  At 7,761 yards the longest course in the kingdom, its unique distinction comes from all 18 holes 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. 










There are no par-5 holes instead has a par-6 hole that measures 666 yards from the back tee! 


After golf, players can wind down in a luxury clubhouse. Overlooking the grand lake and surrounding mountains, and at nearly 10,000 square meters in size, it includes Thai and International restaurants, locker rooms, seminar room, pro shop, and a large banquet hall. Constructed to mix  European architecture with Dubai Arabian style the palace looks more like an Arabian Sheik’s castle and is unique among the serene mountains of Northern Thailand.


Summit Green Valley

186 M.1 Chotana Rd.,Maesa, Maerim,Chiangmai 50180 Thailand

Tel. 66-53-298222 ext 219 Fax. 66-53-297426, 053-297386












A world-class course with superb club facilities and combined with the exclusive and unique characteristics that make Chiang Mai so special. That’s the appeal of The Summit Green Valley Chiang Mai Country Club. It is regarded as the top golf courses in Chiang Mai with the mountains as a backdrop. The course deceives with a gentle first impression that hides an aggressive challenge for golfers. The course is heavily covered with trees and beautifully landscaped with abundant with lakes and ponds, which makes every round exciting and enjoyable.

Designed by Dennis Griffiths, who also designed the Thai Country Club in Bangkok, Summit Green Valley’s layout is one of the best kept in Chiang Mai. Situated in the lowlands and only 20 minutes’ drive from the center of Chiang Mai, Summit Green Valley manages to offer beautiful surroundings, air freshness, and various native landscaping unique to Northern Thailand. Hundreds of palm trees line the course, which affords nice views of the surrounding mountains. 

Chiangmai Highlands Golf and Spa Resort

Addressหมู่ที่ 2 167 On Nuea, Mae On District, Chiang Mai 50130

Phone053 261 354  Directions

Located in the foot hills east of Chiang Mai, Chiangmai Highlands Golf and Spa Resort features a superb 27-hole championship golf course, providing golfers with the additional pleasure of magnificent mountain views on every hole.

Designed by award winning architects Schmidt-Curley Golf Design, in its infancy Chiangmai Highlands was heralded by Asian Golf Monthly as one of the Best New Courses in Asia and is now regularly voted among the top 10 courses to play in Thailand. Chiangmai Highlands Golf  has since attracted more awards including Best Value Golf Experience, Top 3 ranked Course in Thailand, and a nomination for Best Golf Resort in Asia by The 2015 Asian Golf Awards.
19 Private Resort Villas, The Spa at Chiangmai Highlands, condominiums plus a tasteful housing development, Chiangmai Highlands has become the premier golf holiday destination in the north of Thailand. Combining first class facilities, friendly Lanna Thai service and world class championship golf course with immaculate playing conditions has earned Chiangmai Highlands
Golf and Spa Resort a reputation for delivering a legendary golf experience.
Not exactly cheap but I suppose it is high season and better value than Alpine.

Alpine Golf Resort



ADDRESS: P.O. Box 16 San Kamphaeng – Banthi Rd., Chiang Mai, Thaiand 50130


Course Layout

With the Autumn breeze and cool air of the golf course amidst the valleys in Chiang Mai Province, Northern Thailand, where the weather is good and cool, especially cool and misty in the early morning of winter from October to February. It is a charm of Chiang Mai that nature lovers can not miss at the height of 1,500 meters above sea level. It makes Alpine Golf Resort – Chiang Mai golf course surrounded by mountains on an area of over 700 rai, full of natures beauty, among the valleys and has creates a golf course where one there were rice fields with  a challenging and unique lay out as any golf course in Thailand. 

         Alpine Golf Resort – Chiang Mai would like to invite golfers to experience a challenge at the 27-hole international championship golf course, divided into 3 courses: Course A-3,830 yards, Course B-3,712 yards and Course C- 3,702 yards, designed by Mr. Ron M Garl, the world famous designer winning “The Best Renovate Award 2007” and the top designer of golf courses in Thailand, Mr. Pirapon Nanatra, to guarantees challenging and fun, with the difficult and easy holes being mixed perfectly. So, golfers enjoy playing more under the quality of the course maintained to meet international standards, with at least 10 stintmeters to measure green speed and full facilities.

Alpine is living a little on past glories from when they were hosting top tournaments but that was some 5 years ago and still charging as if was still doing so.

Thai Residents: 3,300 baht (Does include green fee ,caddy fee, and cart) Caddy tip on top of that of course.

If you friend from overseas would like to join you then it’s a cool 6,300 baht! (Plus tip!)

A nice course but way overpriced against other equally good courses in Chiangmai province.

$5 million for John Rahm!

More crazy money but I guess these top golfing stars warrant a fair share of the pot that is generated from such events.

And it needs to be remembered that only a few are in the huge money bracket, many of the other tour professionals eek out a living travelling economy and sharing hotel rooms with their peers.

It’s only glamorous  and lucrative at the the top! Here is the top 50 for 2019:

1 Brooks Koepka 21 $9,684,006.00
2 Rory McIlroy 19 $7,785,286.00
3 Matt Kuchar 22 $6,294,690.00
4 Patrick Cantlay 21 $6,121,488.00
5 Gary Woodland 24 $5,690,965.00
6 Xander Schauffele 21 $5,609,456.00
7 Dustin Johnson 19 $5,534,619.00
8 Justin Thomas 20 $5,013,084.00
9 Jon Rahm 20 $4,990,110.00
10 Webb Simpson 21 $4,690,572.00
11 Justin Rose 17 $4,358,849.00
12 Tony Finau 25 $4,344,380.00
13 Paul Casey 22 $4,257,040.00
14 Adam Scott 18 $4,084,541.00
15 Rickie Fowler 20 $3,945,810.00
16 Marc Leishman 21 $3,886,577.00
17 Tommy Fleetwood 18 $3,853,651.00
18 Chez Reavie 28 $3,660,909.00
19 Patrick Reed 25 $3,593,844.00
20 Shane Lowry 14 $3,490,098.00
21 Kevin Kisner 25 $3,489,144.00
22 Francesco Molinari 15 $3,467,143.00
23 Hideki Matsuyama 24 $3,335,137.00
24 Tiger Woods 12 $3,199,615.00
25 Bryson DeChambeau 21 $3,186,232.00
26 Brandt Snedeker 27 $3,122,936.00
27 Charles Howell III 27 $3,039,049.00
28 Corey Conners 28 $2,919,864.00
29 Ryan Palmer 21 $2,873,316.00
30 Sung-jae Im 35 $2,851,134.00
31 Sung Kang 27 $2,801,650.00
32 Abraham Ancer 27 $2,688,625.00
33 Scott Piercy 24 $2,679,915.00
34 Jim Furyk 21 $2,669,938.00
35 Jason Day 21 $2,637,480.00
36 Lucas Glover 26 $2,613,965.00
37 Louis Oosthuizen 19 $2,539,183.00
38 J.T. Poston 29 $2,461,215.00
39 Phil Mickelson 20 $2,440,221.00
40 Andrew Putnam 23 $2,439,137.00
41 Keith Mitchell 26 $2,405,360.00
42 Rory Sabbatini 26 $2,382,298.00
43 C.T. Pan 25 $2,362,399.00
44 Jason Kokrak 24 $2,330,212.00
45 Kevin Tway 26 $2,300,050.00
46 Kevin Na 19 $2,257,309.00
47 Si Woo Kim 28 $2,191,808.00
48 Billy Horschel 26 $2,187,249.00
49 Ian Poulter 18 $2,162,306.00
50 J.B. Holmes 25 $2,147,065.00

And here is the bottom few:

251 Smylie Kaufman 0 $14,454.00
252 Tom Lehman 0 $13,952.00
253 John Merrick 0 $13,611.00
254 Charlie Wi 0 $12,735.00
255 Omar Uresti 0 $12,690.00
256 Brendon de Jonge 0 $11,904.00
257 Dicky Pride 0 $11,280.00
258 Brian Davis 0 $10,500.00
259 John Daly 0 $7,070.00
260 Heath Slocum 0 $6,685.00
261 Will MacKenzie 0 $6,510.00
262 Ken Duke 0 $6,450.00
263 Jason Bohn 0 $5,970.00
264 Jonathan Kaye 0 $5,910.00

Not going very far on these earnings!