Do you want to play Golf in Koh Samui?

By admin | April 17th, 2015 | Leave a Comment

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Although Phuket is generally known as the largest and most popular holiday island in Thailand, Koh Samui is also extremely desirable, not just for a holiday, but also for golf. If you are looking to play golf in Koh Samui, or are in Phuket and want to get away to Samui for a day or so to play golf, we can organize it for you.

Koh Samui Island
Koh Samui is located approximately a 6-hour drive from Phuket and is a paradise island nestled amidst the Gulf of Thailand. Known for its beautiful beaches, laidback atmosphere, and its close proximity to Koh Phangan, home to the most famous Full Moon Parties in the world, Samui is a beautiful place to visit. Areas such as Lamai and Cheweng are the most popular for tourists to the island, home to lots of restaurants, nightlife options and beaches.

Santiburi Golf Club
Santiburi Golf Club is Koh Samui’s most popular golf course. Great value for money, excellent playing conditions and beautiful mountainous and sea-view backdrops epitomize this tropical golf course.

Set on the island’s northern coastline, the course has 18-holes with a 72-Par, set over 6930 yards from the back tees. With amazing views looking out towards Maenam Beach and the Gulf of Thailand, with Koh Phangan in the distance, the course is breathtaking and spectacular in appearance.

With lots of natural features such as valleys, streams, waterfalls, and coconut plantations, this is a course that seamlessly merges with the tropical environment. The course facilities include a restaurant with great views of the course, changing rooms and a fully equipped pro-shop.

If you are visiting Koh Samui and want to play golf while you are there, or you are already in Phuket and fancy getting away for a day or 2 to play golf in Samui, please click here.

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