Alpine Golf & Sports Club is the creation of Ronald M. Garl, a leading US golf course architect. In 2000, it hosted the Johnnie Walker Classic PGA Tournament which Tiger Woods won. The 18-hole course is the most challenging course in Bangkok. The club is open only to members. It is well-kept with undulating fairways and lightning fast greens. The course has different heights, water hazards and beach-style dreams found particularly on the par-3 3rd and 12th holes. Players need to make straight shots to evade the jungle surrounding several holes. You will also find it a tad difficult to find the water-protected greens. The course's layout is designed to test even the best golfers. However, its beautiful landscape stands out for a golf course in Bangkok. To shoot a low score, players need to keep the ball below the hole on the greens which slope from back to front. You can either get a reward for an approach shot or a penalty for a bad shot on the conservative fairway. The Alpine Golf and Sports Club will definitely challenge any golfers skills. The clubhouse offers locker rooms, a coffee shop and gourmet Chinese restaurant and good services to top it all off.
Designed by: Ronald M. Garl
Opened in: 1996
Closed on: Monday
Special Alpine Golf and Sports Club Green-Fees
The following rates are in Thai Baht per person and are inclusive of green fee, caddie fee and all tax and services charges.
The above rates are valid from 1 October 2013 until 31 March 2014.
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