Golf in Asia Press Releases

  • World Golfers Arrive in Thailand for 2017 Centara World Masters Championship
    by Thailand Golf Tour on June 11, 2017 at 3:00 am

    Hua Hin, Thailand, 11 June 2017 — Golfers from every continent have started arriving in Thailand for the fourth running of the Centara World Masters Golf Championship, Asia’s biggest and richest tournament for club golfers. Franking Thailand’s golf tourism appeal, more than 500 visitors from 21 countries will arrive this weekend in Hua Hin for … Read More Read More The post World Golfers Arrive in Thailand for 2017 Centara World Masters Championship appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf Updates – Coming This Year Lotus Valley Stay & Play
    by Thailand Golf Expert on May 29, 2017 at 8:43 am

    One of the few Gary Player–designed golf courses in Asia, and the only one in Thailand, Lotus Valley Golf Resort has a unique look and feel as well as a progressive thinking management team and Board of Directors. They have plans to upgrade their championship golf facility with the addition of a modern, purpose-built hotel … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf Updates – Coming This Year Lotus Valley Stay & Play appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Cambodia Golf – Siem Reap Gateway to Angkor
    by Thailand Golf Expert on May 23, 2017 at 4:39 am

    Hi, my name is Philip Crowther. I am British, originally from the Great Yarmouth area of Norfolk and took up golf about 20 years ago while in my early forties. I predominantly played on seaside links golf courses in the UK and have worked and played golf in many locations around the world. Sadly, old … Read More Read More The post Cambodia Golf – Siem Reap Gateway to Angkor appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf – Golfasian Regulars
    by Thailand Golf Expert on April 24, 2017 at 7:03 am

    Hi, my name is Bill Donovan. I have played golf seriously for 34 years. My current handicap is 10 and I am a member of Pacific Golf Club at Carindale in Brisbane. Pacific is an 18-hole championship golf course in a parkland setting, with water on 16 of the holes. It is a very challenging … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf – Golfasian Regulars appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf – Courses that might “Suit Your Eye”?
    by Thailand Golf Expert on April 22, 2017 at 7:16 am

    The picture at the head of this article is of Tiger Woods after one of his 8 victories at the Arnold Palmer Invitational played at Bay Hill. The phrase “This course really suits his eye” is mostly used by golf commentators on US television networks about professional golfers on the Tour. They are almost always … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf – Courses that might “Suit Your Eye”? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf Tour Operator Golfasian Teams Up With Golf Hideaway
    by Thailand Golf Tour on April 21, 2017 at 6:49 am

    Bangkok, Thailand & Hong Kong, China — Golfasian, Asia’s largest inbound golf tour operator has teamed up with Hong Kong’s most popular indoor golf lounge Golf Hideaway to provide exclusive golf holidays and prizes to Hong Kong golfers. “The aim of the partnership with Golf Hideaway is to expand Golfasian’s reach to the Hong Kong … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf Tour Operator Golfasian Teams Up With Golf Hideaway appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Play until you’re Old and Grey? Nagging Golf Injuries – Ignore at your Peril
    by Thailand Golf Expert on April 6, 2017 at 4:00 am

    Bobby Jones said “The best exercise for golfers is golfing” and I know what he means. In general it’s a pastime which involves getting out in the fresh air, walking for several hours and loosening up with some aerobic “swinging”…gotta be good for you right? Unless you are doing it for a living or it’s … Read More Read More The post Play until you’re Old and Grey? Nagging Golf Injuries – Ignore at your Peril appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf Vacations – A Lady’s View
    by Thailand Golf Expert on April 3, 2017 at 2:15 am

    I am Sally Chappell, a mature Lady golfer. I live in Leeds England, and have been a member of Rawdon Golf and Lawn Tennis club for 14 years.  My handicap is 26, which I consider not bad as our course is a very challenging one, hilly with lots of trees.  My friend Elizabeth Leach and … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf Vacations – A Lady’s View appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailands Royal Resort
    by Thailand Golf Tour on March 30, 2017 at 4:00 am

    Hua Hin is the oldest and most traditional of the Thai resorts. It combines the attractions of a modern holiday destination, 5 star hotels, fabulous restaurants, gorgeous beaches, first class golf courses, with the charm and fascination of a traditional fishing port. Which is exactly what it was like when I first visited, more than … Read More Read More The post Thailands Royal Resort appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Just Do It, The Golfing Way
    by Thailand Golf Tour on March 27, 2017 at 8:00 am

    Everyone likes a good time, right, experiencing new cultures, playing on the best golf courses known to man. Well, I’ve something to tell you, so do we. So much so that we’ve been organizing and holding our own “tournaments” for some time now, and as time has rolled on, these tournaments have turned out to … Read More Read More The post Just Do It, The Golfing Way appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Is it at the dry cleaners?!!
    by Thailand Golf Tour on March 23, 2017 at 3:00 am

    Make sure it’s clean, free of moths and it still fits you! Then you’ll be ready with all the other green-jacketed brigade as next month sees the 80th US Masters. It’s always held, same time every year, during the first full week of April and it’s the first of the years Majors. The US’ Jack … Read More Read More The post Is it at the dry cleaners?!! appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Sand, Sea…………And A Seven Iron
    by Thailand Golf Tour on March 20, 2017 at 8:00 am

    When people think of Thailand, and its paradise beaches, most think of the southern Islands, coconut trees, lying in a hammock swaying in the breeze, watching the sun go down with a cocktail in hand. Well, Phuket is all of that, and so much more. Phuket is one of those southern islands, surrounded by the … Read More Read More The post Sand, Sea…………And A Seven Iron appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • There’s A Giant In Bangkok
    by Thailand Golf Tour on March 16, 2017 at 8:00 am

    Choosing the right hotel is always a trying task, and with the enormous number of promotions, deals and programs out there, it can be downright overwhelming. It doesn’t help that these days most hotels have Websites full of tantalizing photos and slick promotional information that make you believe you’ll be bathed in luxury as soon … Read More Read More The post There’s A Giant In Bangkok appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • GOLF – IN THE BEST CITY ON EARTH
    by Thailand Golf Tour on March 13, 2017 at 8:00 am

    Bangkok has always been a favourite for travellers around the globe; it’s the heart of Asia after all. Packed full of great shopping, the best street food ever (I can vouch for this) and a hugely diverse cultural heritage, Bangkok is THE go to city. Hotels are plentiful, all priced very competitively to suit your … Read More Read More The post GOLF – IN THE BEST CITY ON EARTH appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf Tours – Great Getaways
    by Thailand Golf Expert on February 21, 2017 at 3:14 am

    Hi, my name is Wayne, that’s me second from the right. I’m from Figtree in New South Wales, Australia. I’ve played golf for almost 30 years and am a member of Port Kembla Golf Club which is a short distance south of town on a beautiful spit of land bordered to the west and east … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf Tours – Great Getaways appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Green Aerification…Spoiling My Golf Trip?
    by Thailand Golf Expert on February 12, 2017 at 8:09 am

    In all likelihood it could spoil that day…it’s certainly not helping. A common question from clients intending to travel with Golfasian is; “While I’m there, will the greens have been aerated?” Showing up to a golf course only to discover that it has recently undergone an aerification process is never a good thing. Clients have, … Read More Read More The post Green Aerification…Spoiling My Golf Trip? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golfing Thailand as a Single
    by Thailand Golf Expert on January 23, 2017 at 3:12 am

    My name is John Billington. I live in Aukland, New Zealand, which is the largest and most populace area in the country. I am a member of Titirangi Golf Club, a course designed by Alastair McKenzie on his trip south to design Royal Melbourne. I have played golf in most continents and especially on the … Read More Read More The post Golfing Thailand as a Single appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf in Myanmar
    by Thailand Golf Expert on December 23, 2016 at 5:32 am

    My name is Catherine Capozzi, and I’m from the golfer heaven state of Arizona in the US. Now, I live with my husband in India. Despite growing up in a place renowned for golf, I can’t say I’m very good at the sport: we don’t belong to any golf club, and the extent of our … Read More Read More The post Golf in Myanmar appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • 8 Reasons Why You Should Never Choose Vietnam as Your Next Golf Holiday Destination
    by Thailand Golf Tour on December 21, 2016 at 7:22 am

    Vietnam is a truly bad choice for your next golf holiday destination. Here’s why. Note: Please don’t tell your friends. 1) The golf courses in the north of the country are plain ugly: Chi Linh Star Golf & Country Club 2) …and in the center: BRG Da Nang Golf Resort 3) …as well as in … Read More Read More The post 8 Reasons Why You Should Never Choose Vietnam as Your Next Golf Holiday Destination appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf, Off the Beaten Track – A Golf Group’s Tale
    by Thailand Golf Expert on November 22, 2016 at 1:13 am

    Hi, my name is Gary. I am an Australian, originally from New South Wales, but now very comfortably domiciled in Perth, Western Australia with a wife of 35 years marriage and two grown up kids! I have played golf since my father stuck a golf club in my hands when I was about 10 years … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf, Off the Beaten Track – A Golf Group’s Tale appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Good Caddy, Not so Good…Some Answers Why
    by Thailand Golf Expert on October 24, 2016 at 1:04 pm

    Thailand’s caddies are one of its unique selling points generally because they work with an easy smile and just like the rest of Thailand’s renowned service industry just want you to enjoy yourself. But we golfers are far more demanding than just requiring a smile, we want Steve Williams on the bag. Therefore, that can’t … Read More Read More The post Good Caddy, Not so Good…Some Answers Why appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Amazing Asia Golf Double-Header: Vietnam & Thailand Combined
    by Thailand Golf Expert on October 24, 2016 at 8:06 am

    Hi, my name is Willy Ma.   I was born in Hong Kong and moved to Canada to finish high school.  I then attended college in the US and made Los Angeles my permanent residence.   I am a member at Lakeside Golf Club in Burbank, Los Angeles, California founded in 1924: Bing Crosby was … Read More Read More The post Amazing Asia Golf Double-Header: Vietnam & Thailand Combined appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Group’s Long Weekend Golf in Chiang Mai
    by Thailand Golf Expert on October 3, 2016 at 5:51 am

    My name is Tim Spriggs, an Englishman who lives and works in Singapore. For the past couple of years a group of friends and I have undertaken a short golf tour elsewhere in Asia, last year in Danang Vietnam and this year in Thailand. Whilst we play in Singapore, membership is prohibitively expensive so travelling … Read More Read More The post Group’s Long Weekend Golf in Chiang Mai appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Fabulous Chiang Mai, a Great Golf Destination
    by Thailand Golf Expert on September 16, 2016 at 8:32 am

    Having moved to the area of Chiang Mai I am reminded how beautiful the place is, full of culture and fabulous to explore. Thailand’s most mountainous region (albeit “mini-mountains”) it supplies fabulous opportunities for great golf. Additionally, unlike Bangkok which tends to be hot all year round, Chiang Mai has a genuine “winter” period (end … Read More Read More The post Fabulous Chiang Mai, a Great Golf Destination appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Living on a Golf Course in Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Expert on September 12, 2016 at 5:21 am

    For some of us golfers it’s a dream, certainly for me. I’m sitting on the balcony of my rented condominium looking out over beautiful Chiang Mai Highlands Golf Resort in the north of Thailand, my new home. Am savouring the view but also having to pinch myself and acknowledge how lucky I am. It won’t be … Read More Read More The post Living on a Golf Course in Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Our Best Hua Hin Golf Holiday
    by Thailand Golf Expert on August 29, 2016 at 4:08 am

    Hi, my name is Tony Spanjers. As you can see from the photo we were a group of sixteen, made up of “Captains and Presidents”, Captains being Orange and Presidents being blue. We played a two ball match play stableford format with Captains prevailing on this particular trip. We are all from Perth, Western Australia … Read More Read More The post Our Best Hua Hin Golf Holiday appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • A Big Fan of Golfasian
    by Thailand Golf Expert on July 28, 2016 at 8:06 am

    My name is Graham Cater, an Aussie who plays Southport Golf Club on the Gold Coast of Australia. It is there I hone my skills and test my mental strength to ready me for our annual Thailand Golf Tour. Playing golf in Thailand is not just about the game it is an exotic experience that … Read More Read More The post A Big Fan of Golfasian appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Drought – A Golf Course’s Greatest Challenge
    by Thailand Golf Expert on July 25, 2016 at 7:59 am

    We are aware that Thailand’s tropical climate has a rainy season (Apr-Nov, see http://www.thailandgolfzone.com/thailands-rainy-season-how-does-it-affect-our-golf) and the remaining months enjoy hot and predominantly dry weather throughout, resulting in a tourist “high season” especially in respect of golfing visitors. The 4 main golf areas, Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket and Chiang Mai all have to manage their water in … Read More Read More The post Drought – A Golf Course’s Greatest Challenge appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Your Views…Hua Hin
    by Thailand Golf Expert on May 19, 2016 at 8:45 am

    Hi my name is Paul Keefe. My wife and I live in Montreal in Canada. I am 72 and have been a Member of a golf club for 50 years. My current club of 33 years is Royal Montreal. We have 45 holes and our claim to fame is we are the oldest golf club in … Read More Read More The post Your Views…Hua Hin appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Your Views on Golf in Hua Hin
    by Thailand Golf Expert on May 2, 2016 at 9:59 am

    Hi, my name is Craig Philpott. I am from the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. I travelled to Hua Hin with 4 mates from Nudgee Golf Club in Brisbane.  I have played golf for approximately 30 years. My handicap is 4 at the moment. I am a member of Nudgee Golf Club in Brisbane. Nudgee is … Read More Read More The post Your Views on Golf in Hua Hin appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • What makes Nikanti Golf Club an unusual golf course?
    by Miklos on April 11, 2016 at 8:11 am

    It seems like the golf architect Pirapon Namatra (Ope) of Golf East listened quite a lot to Tina Turner’s famous song ‘Break every rule’ when he designed Nikanti Golf Club, Asia’s first 18 hole, par 72 golf course comprising three six-hole layouts each with two par-threes, two par-fours and two par-fives. Thailand’s 291st golf course was … Read More Read More The post What makes Nikanti Golf Club an unusual golf course? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Amateur Weeks – Spice up your Golf Vacation
    by Thailand Golf Expert on April 4, 2016 at 5:28 am

    Golfasian, Thailand’s largest Inbound Golf Tour Operator, has been bringing clients to Thailand for amateur tournament golf since 2012. In the following year, for their Amateur Golf Weeks the venues were expanded to include Cambodia and Vietnam. Although the company has been providing Asia golf packages to clients throughout the world since the late 1990s, … Read More Read More The post Amateur Weeks – Spice up your Golf Vacation appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • What makes Asia’s 1st replica golf course unique?
    by Miklos on March 29, 2016 at 9:37 am

    The Gary Roger Baird-designed Royal Gems Golf City’s life and operations did not start smoothly (in the 1960s and early 1970s Baird worked as a senior architect with Robert Trent Jones). Right after the opening in 2011, it suffered significant flooding in December. However, they were able to reopen the golf club in 2012. Royal … Read More Read More The post What makes Asia’s 1st replica golf course unique? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Your Holidays in Focus
    by Thailand Golf Expert on March 22, 2016 at 4:35 am

      Hi, my name is Joe. I started playing golf in 1992 as a club member at Amstel Golf Club, but am now playing off a 10 handicap at Drouin Golf and Country Club at Drouin Victoria in Australia. The Drouin course is predominately couch fairways set amongst a picnic day racecourse, quite picturesque. My … Read More Read More The post Your Holidays in Focus appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • What is like an ultimate golf championship in Pattaya?
    by Miklos on March 16, 2016 at 11:06 am

    It seems like we are looking forward a very busy month in June. The next tournament, the Mercure Pattaya Ocean Resort 2-Ball Golf Championship ,will be held between June 19-25. Unlike the Centara World Masters Championship, the Pattaya event will be played in 2-ball format for each of 4 rounds, adding a new dimension to the concept. … Read More Read More The post What is like an ultimate golf championship in Pattaya? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • 7 reasons to play on the Centara World Masters Championship
    by Miklos on March 10, 2016 at 1:18 pm

    How do you decide on which amateur golf championship is worth to participate? Based on the positive responses from golfers from 23 countries who played in the first Centara World Masters Golf Championship in 2015, I can strongly recommend to you to come and play this year. The Centara World Masters Golf Championship is Asia’s largest and richest … Read More Read More The post 7 reasons to play on the Centara World Masters Championship appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf Trips – Not Just for Golfers
    by Thailand Golf Expert on February 10, 2016 at 6:41 am

    My name is Steve Hall.  I am originally from England but migrated to Australia just over 8 years ago.  We live on the beautiful South West Coast of Australia in a small place called Australind, approximately 2 hours South of Perth.   Here we are fortunate to be able to enjoy the outdoor life; lovely beaches, … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf Trips – Not Just for Golfers appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • The perfect Father/Son golf trip – Hua Hin
    by Thailand Golf Expert on January 18, 2016 at 10:47 am

    My name is Aki Mustonen. My father, who accompanied me on this very special father/son trip is Timo. We come from Finland; Dad lives in Helsinki and I live and work in Beijing. My father started playing golf in Finland at the age of 35. Once my sister and I arrived he stopped playing but … Read More Read More The post The perfect Father/Son golf trip – Hua Hin appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Worry-Free At The Golf Tee: Enriching A Well Protected Golf Lifestyle With Travel Insurance
    by Thailand Golf Tour on January 18, 2016 at 10:21 am

    The popularity of golf has skyrocketed across the world with several unexpected countries emerging as world-class golfing hubs. While the sport was previously confined to the shores of Europe and North America, the modern game has taken a turn towards the Orient with Asia emerging as a key travel scene for golf lovers. Paying tribute … Read More Read More The post Worry-Free At The Golf Tee: Enriching A Well Protected Golf Lifestyle With Travel Insurance appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Great Thailand Golf Tournaments to Participate in During Spring/Summer of 2016
    by Thailand Golf Tour on January 8, 2016 at 5:08 am

    There are a slew of great amateur Thailand golf tournaments to participate in during the spring/summer of 2016. Some of the best tournaments are those located in southeastern Asian countries like Thailand & Vietnam. If you don’t mind a little traveling, you can enjoy some of the best golf experiences often at a rather low … Read More Read More The post Great Thailand Golf Tournaments to Participate in During Spring/Summer of 2016 appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf Holiday Experiences
    by Thailand Golf Expert on December 21, 2015 at 11:15 am

    Hi, my name is Bob Wood. I am from the Sunshine Coast, just north of Brisbane in Australia. I have played golf for over 50 years but have become more serious in recent years after my retirement from Secondary School teaching. I play off a handicap of between 6 & 8, depending on the benevolence of … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf Holiday Experiences appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Surprising Chiang Mai
    by Thailand Golf Expert on December 17, 2015 at 3:32 am

    Having reviewed the superb Chiang Mai Highlands golf course recently, I just got back from another short trip to Chiang Mai, this time with visitors doing the tourist “bit”. Courtesy of blogs like this, for those of you who are novices to Thailand in respect of golf I’m guessing the destinations most familiar to you will be Pattaya, … Read More Read More The post Surprising Chiang Mai appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golfing on the Enchanting Island of Phuket
    by Thailand Golf Tour on December 15, 2015 at 4:58 am

    When you contemplate booking your next golf holiday, the superior courses of Thailand are beckoning to you to come experience some of the best golfing in Asia. Thailand, known as the Land of Smiles, features excellent golf courses dotting the kingdom, and none of them is more in demand than those of Phuket. Thailand’s largest … Read More Read More The post Golfing on the Enchanting Island of Phuket appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Top 3 Reasons to Golf in Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Tour on December 11, 2015 at 3:35 am

    For the true golf aficionado, distance means nothing unless it pertains to judging which club to grab from your golf bag to make that sweet shot on the back nine. As such, the world is your oyster when it comes to locating the next great golfing destination, and Thailand is the pearl you will find … Read More Read More The post Top 3 Reasons to Golf in Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Chiang Mai Highlands – Just got better
    by Thailand Golf Expert on November 3, 2015 at 3:27 am

    This month I was invited by the General Manager, Derek Schade, to review Chiang Mai Highlands’ new nine holes which opened to the public on November 1st. Derek had only taken up his post at Highlands recently after a successful period running Lotus Valley Golf Resort. There was a “return of the prodigal son” element … Read More Read More The post Chiang Mai Highlands – Just got better appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf Club membership in England versus Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Expert on September 23, 2015 at 7:20 am

    Last Sunday I turned up to play alone at Lam Lukka and was sensibly paired by the starter with 2 Thai gentlemen. After a few polite introductions we completed the first 3 holes and at the first drinks stop started a more involved conversation. This was about the differences between being a member of a … Read More Read More The post Golf Club membership in England versus Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Your Views of Golf in Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Expert on September 21, 2015 at 6:42 am

    My name is Steve Madden and I live in Sydney, Australia. I have played golf since I was a young boy, however it’s only in the last 4-5 years that I have had time to play on a regular basis. My current GA handicap is 13 and I am a member of Pennant Hills Golf … Read More Read More The post Your Views of Golf in Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Which golf ball should I play in Thailand?
    by Thailand Golf Expert on August 31, 2015 at 9:23 am

    Of all the variables that determine a golf ball’s performance compression may be the most mysterious. You’ll know it as a number on the ball, usually 90 or 100. If you see slow motion videos of balls impacting the club face you’ll see it as the ball deforming or “mushing”. The ball launches as this … Read More Read More The post Which golf ball should I play in Thailand? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Is Thailand Golf Good for the Blood Pressure?
    by Thailand Golf Expert on August 13, 2015 at 8:01 am

    Two things have happened to me in the past several days, neither of them very good and both I regret. First I became frustrated that a Golfasian client wasn’t appreciating Thailand golf for what it is, an overall experience rather than the ultimate golf environment, like say Myrtle Beach in the States. Then stupidly I … Read More Read More The post Is Thailand Golf Good for the Blood Pressure? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Don’t get carried away
    by Thailand Golf Expert on July 23, 2015 at 5:28 am

    It’s all relative, but we’ve all had that “banner” golf round, when everything clicks…when we’re “in the zone”. It may be scoring less than a hundred for the first time or breaking par, but all of us had to keep going right to the 18th to reach that milestone, keep the concentration, the rhythm and … Read More Read More The post Don’t get carried away appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • My Kanchanaburi Adventure
    by Thailand Golf Expert on July 2, 2015 at 3:36 am

    By Ian Morgan –  Golfasian’s Hua Hin & Phuket Manager Having played golf all around Thailand over the last 11 years, there are very few areas I haven’t seen. So living in Hua Hin it’s amazing I have never taken the road north to look at Kanchanaburi and the surrounding area. The main attraction was to … Read More Read More The post My Kanchanaburi Adventure appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • What do you think about golf in Thailand?
    by Thailand Golf Expert on June 20, 2015 at 8:46 am

    My name is David Rendall. I recently travelled to Thailand with a golfing party of 12, the majority from Scotland & Ireland, however a couple of our group are based in Dubai and Thailand. Most of the guys are members of the same golf club, Pumpherston, which is 10 miles from Edinburgh. Pumpherston is a … Read More Read More The post What do you think about golf in Thailand? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • The Opening Tee Shot – Some trickier than others
    by Thailand Golf Expert on May 23, 2015 at 5:26 am

    I can’t remember when I lost my first tee traumas. I remember having them; feeling super conscious about people watching and living in fear of a top, shank, massive slice (probably) or a huge pull. But they’ve gone, not because I’m a superb golfer but rather I have definitely gained in confidence since those days … Read More Read More The post The Opening Tee Shot – Some trickier than others appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Is Innovation in Thailand Golf Tourism Possible?
    by Thailand Golf Expert on April 22, 2015 at 10:59 am

    Every commercial organisation is looking for an edge, something different, unique; golf tourism is no different. The stock formula has worked for decades because the market has very identifiable requirements with a few adjustments around the fringes, namely the location, style and class of the offering which therefore dictates the price. Historically, the USA and … Read More Read More The post Is Innovation in Thailand Golf Tourism Possible? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Pattaya Golf – Take the rough with the smooth
    by Thailand Golf Expert on April 17, 2015 at 7:39 am

    Undoubtedly Thailand golf is gaining in profile and quality thanks to a growing golf tourism market and increased television exposure of tournaments such as the Thailand Classic (Black Mountain) and Thailand Championship (Amata Spring). These 2 courses compare with some of the best in the world but understandably with that comes a price premium. I … Read More Read More The post Pattaya Golf – Take the rough with the smooth appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand’s rainy season – How does it affect our golf?
    by Thailand Golf Expert on April 9, 2015 at 4:27 am

    Thailand’s rainy season runs from approximately May to November when it gives way to the cool season ending in the particular hot and humid month of April. Both terms are slightly misleading (we will deal with rainy) given Thailand has a tropical climate so temperatures are generally high throughout the year although the high ground in the … Read More Read More The post Thailand’s rainy season – How does it affect our golf? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • 10 Reasons Why You Should Never Choose Thailand as Your Next Golf Holiday Destination
    by Thailand Golf Tour on March 30, 2015 at 3:47 am

    Thailand is a truly bad choice for your next golf holiday destination. Here’s why. Note: Please don’t tell your friends. 1) The golf courses in the north of the country are plain ugly: Alpine Golf Resort in Chiang Mai 2) …and in the center: Thai Country Club in Bangkok 3) …as well as in the … Read More Read More The post 10 Reasons Why You Should Never Choose Thailand as Your Next Golf Holiday Destination appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • 2014 New Thailand Golf Courses
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on November 23, 2014 at 3:16 am

    Oftentimes I get asked about the supply and demand of the Thai golf courses. While I am no expert about the economics of golf courses and the Thai golf industry is some 20-30 years old, new golf courses are still coming online at a rate of around 5 per year. Some of these projects are … Read More Read More The post 2014 New Thailand Golf Courses appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Laguna Phuket Golf Club Update
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on July 31, 2014 at 12:30 am

    The recently redesigned Laguna Phuket Golf Club is both a strategic and memorable golf experience. The redesign by golf course architect Paul Jansen has highlighted the character of the existing property making for a memorable golf experience. Golfers are now asked to think their way around the golf course as each hole offers a multitude … Read More Read More The post Laguna Phuket Golf Club Update appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Siam Country Club, Waterside – Comparison With Old and Plantation Courses
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on June 10, 2014 at 1:07 am

    Most golfers in Pattaya agree that the Siam Country Club Old Course and Siam Country Club Plantation Course are the two best golf courses in Pattaya. However, if there are any complaints about the two courses, it is that they are both quite difficult for high handicap golfers. Around the greens it is not uncommon … Read More Read More The post Siam Country Club, Waterside – Comparison With Old and Plantation Courses appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Is Koh Samui Golf For Real?
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on May 15, 2014 at 3:54 am

    Major golf destinations share several things in common. They include, 1.    Three or more golf courses of international standard 2.    A range of golf resorts to accommodate all levels of price and luxury 3.    Easy to get to/from 4.    Reasonable prices 5.    Non-golf activities such as cultural, gastronomic, spa, and/or beaches Koh Samui has technically … Read More Read More The post Is Koh Samui Golf For Real? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Will Khao Yai become Thailand’s Newest Golf Destination?
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on March 25, 2014 at 12:22 am

    Khao Yai, relatively unknown outside of Thailand golfers,  is a mere 2 hours from Bangkok and is the home of Thailand’s second largest national park. Will this area develop into a full-fledged golf destination for tourists? The short answer is maybe and here are the reasons why and why not. Why? Good proximity of Khao … Read More Read More The post Will Khao Yai become Thailand’s Newest Golf Destination? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • 2 Phuket Golf Courses Are Sisters
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on February 19, 2014 at 1:42 am

    Although sister courses, the only thing in common about Loch Palm Golf Club and Red Mountain Golf Club is the common drive way entrance and pedigree. Owned by MBK (the same company who owns the famous Bangkok shopping center), each of these two Phuket golf courses presents itself to the visiting golfer in very different … Read More Read More The post 2 Phuket Golf Courses Are Sisters appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Pattana Golf Resort
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on February 10, 2014 at 11:25 pm

    It is very rare these days that I get to play a new course in my own backyard. Therefore, when my golfing buddies suggested playing at Pattana Golf Resort in Pattaya, I jumped at the change with much excitement. Pattana is a bit out of the way as getting to the course involved around a … Read More Read More The post Pattana Golf Resort appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Where To Golf In Thailand – A City Or A Resort?
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on January 6, 2014 at 6:10 pm

    Thailand has 5 main golf destinations, two are cities (Bangkok and Chiang Mai) and three are beach resorts (Hua Hin, Pattaya, and Phuket). Bangkok is home to over 10 million residents. However, it’s safe to say that Bangkok has the most golf courses of any destination in Thailand. There are 60 golf courses located within … Read More Read More The post Where To Golf In Thailand – A City Or A Resort? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf Holiday Destination Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on December 25, 2013 at 11:54 pm

    Why golf in Thailand?   Thailand is probably the most spectacular golfing destination in the world, the beauty of her golf courses expresses it all.  We have lush greenery year round with palm trees and every other type of tropical flora and flowers creating a feast for the eyes.  Beautiful lakes and waterways, birds you’ve never … Read More Read More The post Golf Holiday Destination Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf Resorts Offer Unlimited Golf Packages
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on November 28, 2013 at 2:45 am

    Nowadays golf resorts like Mission Hills Phuket and Bangkok Golf Club are offering unlimited golf holiday packages. These golf vacations are nothing new, but in fact they may be only a ploy to lure visitors to less than ideal courses. Think about it, there are only 12 hours of daylight in Thailand and the weather … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf Resorts Offer Unlimited Golf Packages appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Thailand Golf Fried Eggs (Kai Dao)
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on November 4, 2013 at 5:41 pm

    Thailand golf courses are notorious for having soft sand. Many of the budget courses here use normal beach sand to fill their bunkers. This powdery and fluffy sand tends to promote many fried eggs or as the caddies call them in Thai “kai dao” because of the circular splash pattern created around the ball in … Read More Read More The post Thailand Golf Fried Eggs (Kai Dao) appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf’s Great Legends In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on October 22, 2013 at 2:03 am

    Wherever and whenever you play golf in Thailand, you’ll find courses designed by some of the best golfers, including Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo, Peter Thomson, Greg Norman, and Arnold Palmer. Jack Nicklaus is the great who left his mark the most in Thailand. Six Thailand courses are Jack Nicklaus designed. The two best by far … Read More Read More The post Golf’s Great Legends In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Let These Asian Golf Courses Be the Judge Off Your Skills
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on October 8, 2013 at 5:14 pm

    Blue Canyon Country Club, Phuket As the name suggests, Blue Canyon Country Club is built on the edge of the canyon. The club features two courses; both carefully blend in the natural surroundings to give the courses their unique character. A feature of the course is its tough and stubborn nature, surrounded by freshwater lakes … Read More Read More The post Let These Asian Golf Courses Be the Judge Off Your Skills appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Will Thailand Become The World´s Biggest Golf Destination?
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on September 16, 2013 at 6:57 pm

    Lately Thailand golf tourism has skyrocketed to an estimated 750,000 arrivals in 2012, up 50% over the past three years. This is worth an estimated US$2 billion in revenue to the Kingdom. There is no doubt that Thai golf tourism is riding on the back of a general tourism explosion, with total foreign arrivals doubling … Read More Read More The post Will Thailand Become The World´s Biggest Golf Destination? appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Turkey Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on September 4, 2013 at 12:49 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%) Turkey (8): Golf in Turkey is well-developed, especially the area around Belek (Antalya). There are some 15 golf courses to choose from here, all being located only 30 minutes from the main resorts. … Read More Read More The post Golf In Turkey Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Singapore Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on August 27, 2013 at 4:31 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%) Singapore (8): For a small island state Singapore has allocated land for close to 30 golf courses. The quality ranges from good at course like Orchid and Raffles to world-class at Laguna National … Read More Read More The post Golf In Singapore Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Russia Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on August 19, 2013 at 6:07 pm

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%) Russia (5): There are only 20 golf courses in Russia and most are located in and around Moscow. The best golf club is the Jack Nicklaus designed Tseleevo Golf and Polo Club. The … Read More Read More The post Golf In Russia Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Qatar Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on July 30, 2013 at 12:56 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Qatar (7):  There is only 1 golf course in Qatar and since 1998 Doha Golf Club has hosted a European and Asian Tour event; the Qatar Masters. The quality of Doha Golf Club somewhat … Read More Read More The post Golf In Qatar Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Portugal Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on July 18, 2013 at 8:03 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%) Portugal (9):  Even though there are only 70 golf courses Portugal is one of Europe’s best golf destinations. The Algarve region is the most famous golfing area and the best course there is … Read More Read More The post Golf In Portugal Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In New Zealand Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on June 25, 2013 at 2:48 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)New Zealand (10): With over 400 golf courses, New Zealand is a golfer’s paradise. My 2 favorite New Zealand golf courses are Cape Kidnappers and Paraparaumu Beach, both of which rival any of the … Read More Read More The post Golf In New Zealand Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Malaysia Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on June 11, 2013 at 1:03 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Malaysia (5):  Golf in Malaysia ranges from merely average to PGA quality. The best Malaysia golf courses are all located in the capital of Kuala Lumpur. Access is mostly private, but some weekday visitors … Read More Read More The post Golf In Malaysia Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Laos Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on May 28, 2013 at 8:45 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Laos (5):  Laos is behind other neighboring countries with only 7 golf courses open for play. Most Laos golf courses are in the capital Vientiane and are only average in quality. However, Luang Prabang … Read More Read More The post Golf In Laos Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Korea Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on May 21, 2013 at 8:56 pm

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%):Korea (7):  Korea is a mountainous country with around 200 golf courses scattered from North to South. However the best golf courses are located on Cheju Island, sometimes called Korea’s Hawaii due to the … Read More Read More The post Golf In Korea Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Japan Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on May 13, 2013 at 5:08 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Japan (7): The country has over 2,400 golf courses from North to South. Unfortunately, the best clubs are private, so make sure you call ahead to see if unaccompanied visitors are allowed. Some of … Read More Read More The post Golf In Japan Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Ireland Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on April 29, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Ireland (9): The country is home to some of the world's best golf courses. Most all are pure links courses. The best Irish golf courses include K Club (Ryder Cup), and the incredible Druids … Read More Read More The post Golf In Ireland Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Hong Kong Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on April 9, 2013 at 12:41 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Hong Kong (6): There are some excellent golf courses in Hong Kong; many with great views over the surrounding South China Sea. The only public golf course is also one of the islands best. … Read More Read More The post Golf In Hong Kong Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Germany Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on April 2, 2013 at 6:52 pm

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Germany (6):  Since the 1980’s many new golf courses have been built and the golf in Germany has flourished. There are now more than 600 German golf courses across the country including hundreds of … Read More Read More The post Golf In Germany Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In France Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on March 26, 2013 at 1:59 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)France (8): Excellent golf courses are found in almost every area of France. The most popular areas for golf holidays are Le Touquet in the north, Paris and its surroundings, and Biarritz and Bordeaux … Read More Read More The post Golf In France Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Egypt Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on March 19, 2013 at 3:44 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%) Egypt (6): Golf in the Egypt is widespread, especially in the resort areas such as Taba and Sharm El-Sheikh. Additionally, the Gary Player course at Soma Bay Resort is a sure standout. A … Read More Read More The post Golf In Egypt Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In the Dominican Republic Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on March 12, 2013 at 1:08 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Dominican Republic (9): Golf in the Dominican Republic is well-developed. The areas around Punta Cana and Casa de Campo are worth travelling to as they have some incredible golf courses thanks to the work … Read More Read More The post Golf In the Dominican Republic Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Cambodia Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on March 7, 2013 at 2:34 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Cambodia (6): Golf in Cambodia has been introduced only in the last 10 years and as such there are only 6 courses, 3 in Phnom Penh and 3 in Siem Reap. Although Phnom Penh … Read More Read More The post Golf In Cambodia Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Bulgaria Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on February 26, 2013 at 1:12 am

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Bulgaria (6): While a relatively new sport and hardly played by locals, Bulgaria golf courses range from best in the world to rather ordinary. The best Bulgarian golf courses by a long shot are … Read More Read More The post Golf In Bulgaria Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Australia Versus Golf In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on February 18, 2013 at 6:32 pm

    Here are my rankings on the golfing in these 2 countries on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best. Quality (30%)Australia (10): Most courses are set up for serious Australian golfers, who comprise some 10% of the overall population. The average Australian golf course is by far better than most other countries top courses. … Read More Read More The post Golf In Australia Versus Golf In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Golf In Thailand Versus Golf In The Rest Of The World
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on February 12, 2013 at 12:25 am

    In the next 20 or so posts I will compare and contrast golfing in Thailand to golfing in other countries around the world. Using golf course quality, service, scenery, value for money, and overall experience as the five equally weighed factors I will rank each destination to see how it compares with golf in Thailand … Read More Read More The post Golf In Thailand Versus Golf In The Rest Of The World appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Drain Putts In Thailand
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on February 1, 2013 at 2:09 pm

    If you can do only one thing to improve your enjoyment when golfing in Thailand, the making more putts would be what I suggest. Thailand golfers face more putts than any other shot. I have taken the time to master putting in Thailand and I was able to cut 3-4 stokes off my score in … Read More Read More The post Drain Putts In Thailand appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Santiburi Samui Country Club Review
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on January 22, 2013 at 1:08 am

    The course designers have done a wonderful job integrating Santiburi Samui Golf Club into the jungle and mountains that are synonymous with the region. The Samui golf course plays through an elevation change of over 100 meters – yes 100, which makes Santiburi Samui one of Thailand’s hilliest golf courses! As golf course it really … Read More Read More The post Santiburi Samui Country Club Review appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Tips On Playing Thai Country Club
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on January 15, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    Most of you know that my home course is Thai Country Club. Having played this excellent Bangkok golf course more-or-less one time per week for the past 3 years, my scores have ranged from a few over par to over 90. Looking back on my rounds I can see a few things in common that … Read More Read More The post Tips On Playing Thai Country Club appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Siam Country Club Playing Tips
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on January 8, 2013 at 2:10 am

    I had the good fortune of playing at Siam Country Club Plantation Course in Pattaya this week. A usual the course was in excellent condition and in fact just two weeks prior Siam Country Club Plantation Course was awarded the best conditioned course in Asia by the readers of Asia’s largest golf publication. In order … Read More Read More The post Siam Country Club Playing Tips appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • The biggest hassle about golf in Thailand…and how to overcome it.
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on December 24, 2012 at 11:25 pm

    For many golfers, relaxing on the couch for a weekend of watching sports is one of life’s simple pleasures. Most gladly sit for hours, replenished with suitable liquids and sustenance (beer and chips), watching their favorite teams or players duel it out. Yet I bet when you tell your golfing buddies that you want to … Read More Read More The post The biggest hassle about golf in Thailand…and how to overcome it. appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Straight Driving For Thailand Golfing
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on December 18, 2012 at 12:08 am

    Lately I have been taking some golf lessons and I have gone from a controlled fade to a pull hook off the tee. I have begun pulling the ball off the tee. What I want is a straight ball flight so yesterday I went out to Thai Country Club and hit two bags of balls … Read More Read More The post Straight Driving For Thailand Golfing appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Happy City Golf Resort Update
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on December 11, 2012 at 12:47 am

    Happy City Golf Resort now provides Northern Thailand golfers 3 international standard Chiang Rai golf courses; the other two being Santiburi Chiang Rai and Waterford Valley. Happy City boasts a total of 29 holes, with 2 of those closed as ‘maintenance holes’ on any given day. Five sets of tees offer challenges for every level … Read More Read More The post Happy City Golf Resort Update appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • After Hours Thailand Golf
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on December 4, 2012 at 7:52 pm

    Here is a new story from Davy, previously the number one golf retailer in Southern California and now a converted Thai golf addict. When the phone rang it was a Thailand golf buddy all excited to tell me he had a game set up with some movers and shakers that were coming to town; and … Read More Read More The post After Hours Thailand Golf appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]

  • Airlines For A Thailand Golf Holiday
    by Thailand Golf Holiday on November 26, 2012 at 11:14 pm

    Not a day goes by where Thailand golf travelers ask me the best way to get to their Thailand golf destination. These days for international flights into and out of Thailand, I am partial to the carries from the Middle East for several reasons.  Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar all have convenient flight schedules from practically … Read More Read More The post Airlines For A Thailand Golf Holiday appeared first on Thailand Golf Zone. […]