Alpine Golf and Sports Club

Designed by: Ronald M. Garl
Opened in: 1996
Alpine Golf and Sports Club

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.

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.
Weekday Rates
Weekend Rates
The above rates are valid from 1 October 2013 until 31 March 2014.
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