Krung Kavee Golf Course & Country Club Estate

Well-conditioned layout in private housing estate

Krung Kavee Golf Course, situated conveniently near Don Muang Airport within a sprawling private housing estate, stands as a testament to meticulous maintenance. Crafted by the renowned golf course architect Manabu Sakamoto, who boasts an impressive portfolio of over 40 championship golf courses worldwide, Krung Kavee is distinct for its lengthier layout compared to many other Japanese-designed courses.

What sets Krung Kavee apart is its commitment to environmentally friendly "green" maintenance practices. This not only yields superb playing surfaces but also eliminates the use of harmful pesticides and herbicides. The course employs a top-notch sub-surface drainage system, ensuring that even during Bangkok's rainy season, standing water is a rarity.

Krung Kavee presents golfers with a variety of intriguing holes, including a sizable island green on a par 3 that offers opportunities for players of all levels to land safely. Reflecting its origins on former rice fields, the course combines natural and man-made ponds and lakes as strategic hazards. With four sets of tees and several challenging holes, it offers a diverse playing experience. Holes 6, 7, and 8, in particular, are demanding par fours with considerable length, even from the forward ladies' tees. The greens, although relatively flat, are lightning-fast and precise, adding to the challenge. Many lateral water hazards and holes with lengthy water carries keep golfers on their toes.

Krung Kavee Golf Course offers Bangkok golfers an all-encompassing golfing adventure paired with impeccable service. While the course may not feature significant elevation changes, this characteristic is typical of courses built on former rice paddy fields.

Krung Kavee Golf Course & Country Club Estate