Santiburi Country club is popular for being the first golf course on Chiang Rai and was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. It spreads out over enormous fields having excellent hole-placement plus abundance of bunkers plus water hazards. This course is seen as among those best planned and kept in Asia.
Golfers of all skill levels can greatly enjoy playing at the Santiburi course. It is set into valley contours. Magnificent shade trees embrace it, plus crystal clear streams and lakes that reflect pearl white clouds and turquoise skies overhead. One as well gets dazed by Chiang Rai ranges and green foothills at a distance.
The Santiburi golf course exhibits exciting holes which carry undulating fairways plus excellently rolling fast greens. There are four different tees for every golfer to explore, with some long 11 par 4 holes which are particularly challenging to conquer. Water hazards, sand bunkers and rolling greens exist practically everywhere on the course. The first nine holes play up plus downhill as the back nine ones sweep through a three-lake chain and steep valleys as well.
Santiburi fairways have wide-ranging sloping lies and the course owned by Singha Beer family is maintained excellently all year round.