Play at one of the best championship courses in Thailand
Surrounded by freshwater lakes and in harmony with the earth, the Canyon Course brilliantly features natural hazards, towering trees, multiple tees, rolling fairways, long carries, narrow landing areas and well-guarded slick Bermuda Tiff dwarf greens. As its name “Canyon” suggests the holes are built along canyon edges with undulating fairways and greens.
The course also has an intriguing mix of narrow tree-lined fairways requiring accurate tee shots and a number of doglegs demand precise shot making together with a selection of demanding Par 3s and large, fast, and very true greens. Players have found that each and every one of the 18 holes has its own characteristic which makes it memorable for them.
Asian Golf Monthly
Best Championship Course in Asia
No. 1 since ranking began in
2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 & 2005
Hole : 18 Par : 72
Rating : 74.8 Yardage : 7,179
HANDICAP : 16
1st Pros Play :
Resist temptation to hit driver and place your ball in the fairway to set up a regulation par and treat the pin position with respect.
HANDICAP : 8
2nd Pros Play :
Take enough club to get past the bunker, but keep your ball under the hole to avoid fast downhill putt.
HANDICAP : 2
3rd Pros Play :
Long straight drive required, avoid the tree in the center of fairway with 2nd shot and 4 here is a good score.
HANDICAP : 18
4th Pros Play :
Good birdie chance, left to right shaped drive will set up a short wedge shot to the green.
HANDICAP : 4
5th Pros Play :
From the tee a draw with a 3 wood avoids hidden hollow on the right. With approach avoid being left of the pin as a downhill putt here is not recommended.
HANDICAP : 12
6th Pros Play :
Risk outweighs reward of going for it in 2. Play for the green in 3 and rely on a good short game to make birdie.
HANDICAP : 6
7th Pros Play :
Leave your tee shot short of the pin to provide uphill birdie putt.
HANDICAP : 10
8th Pros Play :
A good drive will leave a short iron to the downhill green, but this 2nd shot always plays longer than it looks.
HANDICAP : 14
9th Pros Play :
A good drive will open up this green in 2 if you’re feeling brave. Try and leave your ball below the hole for an uphill putt.
HANDICAP : 11
10th Pros Play :
No need to cut the corner here, straight tee shot will leave a wedge to set up a good birdie chance.
HANDICAP : 1
11th Pros Play :
Fairway/long iron from the tee for placement will allow a 2nd shot of your choice to leave preferred yardage for your 3rd shot. Back pins on this long green play every yard.
HANDICAP : 5
12th Pros Play :
A right to left drive will set up a short iron for your 2nd shot which plays its yardage and, with water short, be sure to commit.
HANDICAP : 15
13th Pros Play :
Unless you’re super long resist going for the green and play to leave yourself a pitch for your 2nd to set up a good birdie chance.
HANDICAP : 13
14th Pros Play :
Don’t look at it too long, pick your club and trust it. Plays 1/2 clubs short of the yardage.
HANDICAP : 7
15th Pros Play :
Long hitters can take on bunker with a draw to set up the green in 2, or play right of bunker from tee to find green in regulation.
HANDICAP : 17
16th Pros Play :
A good birdie chance with a pitch or short iron left for your 2nd from a good tee shot.
HANDICAP : 3
17th Pros Play :
No bail out here, aim for the center of the green and commit to your shot.
HANDICAP : 9
18th Pros Play :
Full commitment to your driver is needed here to find a long and straight drive to leave a mid-iron to a very undulating green. Try to leave your 2nd shot under the pin for an uphill putt.
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