336 Moo 4, San Kamphaeng-Banthi Rd,
nr Chiangmai, Chiang Mai 50130
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
26 km SE of Chiang Mai.
From the south of Chiang Mai city follow route 1141 and then 1317, heading east, direction Sankamphaeng. After 17 km turn right onto route 1147, direction Ban Thi. After 1.5 km turn right. After o.5 km golf entrance is on your left.
The Alpine Golf Resort - Chiangmai (formerly the Chiangmai Lamphun Golf Club) is yet another golf course in the Chiangmai province that enjoys an excellent reputation, not least since its acquisition by the owners of the very prestigious Alpine Golf Club near Bangkok. The course was originally conceived and designed by a local golf enthusiast, Dr. Sukhum. Although not a professional course designer, he applied an intuitive understanding of what was required. The club's original literature contains the following description : "this challenging and mature layout lies at the heart of northern Thailand’s most beautiful scenery. Established in 1990, Chiangmai-Lamphun was the first private golf course of Northern Thailand. The 18-hole championship course, lies in a natural valley surrounded by beautiful rolling hills. Laid out along a winding creek, thousands of mature native trees together with well-designed traditional-style buildings give the golf course its unique, distinctly northern character. Its contoured terrain, interspersed with creeks and water hazards, offers a challenge to golfers of all handicaps whilst its enchanting natural surroundings will lure you back time and time again. A golf round here will be like taking a walk in a "Big Garden".
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Non-metal spike facility. Walking permitted. Golf carts available for hire. Caddies used by all players.
Now under common ownership with the prestigious Alpine Golf Club just north of Bangkok, Chiangmai Lamphun has been rebranded as the Alpine Golf Resort - Chiangmai. Improved maintenance and course renovation has accompanied this recent change of ownership. | Chiangmai-Lamphun Golf Club hosted several important regional and national tournaments, and was the venue for the 1995 South East Asian Games. The course nestles in a valley between two mountain ranges and is surrounded by natural forest.
336 Moo 4, Sankamphaeng Banthi, 50130 Chiang Mai
+66 (0)53 880 880 - 4Visit website
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