Mission Hills Golf Course in Phuket

By admin | January 15th, 2014 | Leave a Comment

For such a holiday island, Phuket is approximately the same size as Singapore but offers way more in terms of golf courses. We have a wide selection of golf courses in Phuket to serve every level of golfer, from the professional to the beginner and more.

Phuket Mission Hills Golf Course is yet another amazing course situated on the southern Thai island of Phuket. The course takes full advantage of the surrounding natural beauty, offering players an experience they won?t soon forget. The course is full of mangrove trees, contributing to the paradise atmosphere, and features several ocean holes. Almost every hole offers incredible views looking out over the blue sea.

The course is a full 18 holes and was designed by none other than Jack Nicklaus himself. Highlights include a par 5 second hole, complete with an island green. Other holes are similarly challenging. In general the course rewards strong drives and but is not too punishing of wayward shots on certain holes. Still, experienced players will find Phuket Mission Hills Golf Course to be a challenge and require them to be at their very best.

Players should be aware that cart rentals are compulsory here on the island. The clubhouse and restaurant are both quite nice, and the service is excellent. Players can enjoy a light meal or a cold drink after their round, or can opt to order something while on the course and it will be delivered to you right there.

At Phuketgolf.net we have the best rates for all the island?s best courses. Why not try out the majestic Mission Hills and walk in the footsteps of the great Jack Nicklaus.

Please click here to book a round of golf at Mission Hills.

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