Subhapruek Golf Club was designed by Pete Dye and is situated in the middle of natural vegetation. The fairways are lined with palm trees, mature trees, enormous water hazards and shaped bunkers. The course is well-maintained all year long and has a characteristic breeze. Measuring 6800 yards, Subhapruek is a challenging course especially when it comes to finding and staying on the fairways. To succeed on this course, you need to play a short, controlled game. The seemingly narrow fairways open up on the landing areas. The short par-4s from the white tees present players with an opportunity to score. The par-3s lie over water and if you manage to master them, you are in for a good score. Each nine has a fascinating finishing hole. Players have the opportunity to hit balls into the water to island targets on the driving range. The area meant for practice are not in as good condition as expected. The expansive clubhouse has a restaurant whose menu features Western and Chinese cuisine as well as cold beer. The weekends are the busiest time on this course. Visitors include local expatriates and Asian golf visitors. During the week, play is slower and the course is less crowded.
Designed by: Pete Dye
Opened in: 1993
Closed on: Monday
Special Subhapruek Golf 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 January 2013 until 1 December 2014.
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