Imperial Lake View Golf Club, Cha-Am

Imperial Lake View Golf Club, Cha-Am - Golf course in Hua Hin, Thailand

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Located a 30 minute drive north from Hua Hin, this 27 hole, par 72 was designed by Roger Packard. The course stretches over an area of 1,500 acres of land and is a good championship length of more than 6,900 yards from the back tees. Roger Packard and his team have produced an entertaining course, which exhibits greens that are often hidden from the tees, but the well defined fairways provide enough to retain a good sense of direction. Lake view has been designed with the modern golfer in mind who likes to enjoy a fair challenge along with an element of risk.

Inland through small farms & pineapple plantations Lake View is another example of the quality of Golf Courses in and around Hua Hin. The design of this championship course conveys a sense of adventure. Hidden greens, mature palm trees and well defined fairways are on offer throughout this course, and spot decisions have to be made from the opening hole, as potential problems lie ahead. Easy par’s are on offer for those of us that want to take them. How adventurous are you feeling? This course also offers a test for courage and putting expertise.

Lake view has a par of 72 and a championship length of more than 6900 yards from the back trees. This course offers exciting and demanding play for the experienced golfer, but will also accommodate the occasional enthusiast.

Other leisure activities are also available in Lake View’s magnificent club house. Including tennis and squash. If this is the course for you, why not stay at Lake view’s luxury 72 room hotel that overlooks the golf course!

Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 out
Par 4 5 4 3 5 4 4 3 4 36
Blue 410 550 426 185 521 401 329 194 422 3,406

395 544 415 177 500 387 316 163 413 3,133
Women's 334 463 338 130 422 309 243 125 327 2,691
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 in Total
Par  4 4 5  4 3 5  4  3 4 36 72
Blue 430 382 471 433 207 540 404 176 440 3,483 6,915

420 363 453 415 196 520 391 157 396 3,311 6,621
Women's 344 318 391 341 108 458 314 113 318 2,705 5,396


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