Khao Yai Golf Club
Khao Yai Golf Club (formerly known as Mission Hills Khao Yai), is a Jack Nicklaus designed course, situated on 450 rai of land, in the mountains just outside Khao Yai National Park. While the views and the layout are standout, unfortunately the resort itself has seen better days, with many of the outbuildings having fallen into serious disrepair. Today, the course is most frequented by golf course layout aficionados, and Korean golfers on budget holidays.
The natural undulation of the land gives good contouring to fairways, although the original bunkering is quite restrained for a Nicklaus designed course. Holes 10 and 11 are two of the best back-to-back holes in the Kao Yai region. The cliffs, rolling hills and spectacular mountain scenery, make any visit to Khao Yai Golf Club worthwhile.
Maintenance standards vary from poor to adequate, depending on the time of year therefore it is worth checking golf course conditions prior to booking your round.