When 5-time British Open champion and “old master” Peter Thomson co-designed this golf course with Michael Wolverine back in 1993, the course was named Noble Place. The place immediately displayed a distinctly British style; on cloudy days, one could almost swear that they’re on a golf course somewhere in Scotland or England. Set among the hills of Chonburi, the golf course was sprinkled with pot bunkers, lemon grass patches, sand traps, and only a few water hazards. This meant a lot of strategizing on the part of the golfers. Although the terrain is generally hilly, golfers still get the feeling that they are on a links course, thanks to the multitude of undulating fairways in this 18-hole course. Over the years, the owners have been implementing upgrades on the facilities and the layout, and on December 2006, it was officially renamed to Greenwood Golf and Resort. The bunkhouse is now revamped, with new locker rooms and a large balcony where golfers can sit back after a day at the greens, and simply bask in the beauty of nature spread out before them. One could say that it is a continuing work in progress, and we look forward to future updates.
Designed by: Peter Thomson
Opened in: 1993
Closed on: Open everyday
Special Greenwood Golf & Resort (Noble Place) 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 January 2013 until 1 December 2014.
Greenwood Golf & Resort (Noble Place) Tee-Off Inquiry Form: