The Majestic Creek Country Club

The Majestic Creek Country Club, Hin Golf course, Thailand

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A local, Dr. Sukitti Klangvisai, designed this 18 hole course in over 600 acres of land. The Majestic Creek golf course is also one of the country's leading golf centers with the inclusion of artful landscape design with palms and Casurina trees. A large staff of green keepers ensures that the fairways and greens are always maintained in absolutely perfect condition. Valleys in nearby mountains supply water to the maze of streams that wind around the course with just enough hazards to attract the discerning golfers who will discover the Majestic Creek a pleasure to play. The journey takes 30 minutes and is very interesting as the inland road passes through rural Thailand with small farms of pineapples, bananas, mangoes and sugarcane towards the mountains of Kaeng Krachan National Park.

Majestic Creek is one of the newest courses to open in the Hua Hin area, and the journey towards the course offers rural views of Thai life. Small farms producing sugar cane, pineapple, bananas & mangos line the route out to the course.

Majestic offers superb golf holes in an exciting layout. The opening hole has a wealth of potential problems, and decisions have to be made. An easy par four for those of us who want to take the conventional route, or if you are the adventurous golfer, then trying to cut the dog-leg corners will really test your skill. The hazards of the 1st hole will never be far away, and precedes a succession of exciting & equally demanding holes.

Mountain side location, Majestic offers natural hazards as well as the local designers own input, and will offer a round full of excitement & challenge to any golfer.

The club house offers all the facilities that one could wish for, and a personal escort is even at hand to take you to the first hole for tee off.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 out


4 4 4 3 5 3 4 4 5 36


421 345 373 157 547 140 388 447 588 3,406


383 320 320 134 508 139 357 419 553 3,133


316 263 269 95 474 111 321 382 464 2,695


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 in Total


 4 4 3  5 4 4  4  3 5 36 72


374 418 234 578 363 405 450 145 588 3,555 6,961


332 364 201 542 337 361 418 114 553 3,222 6,355


294 316 151 509 236 318 355 99 495 2,863 5,559


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