Palm Hills Golf Course & Country Club, Cha-Am

Palm Hills Golf Course & Country Club, Cha-Am, Hua Hin, Thailand

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Palm Hills was the first of a new generation of courses to open in 1991. And was the first course in Hua Hin to stage the Thailand World Pro Am in 1993 gaining much praise from the British PGA.

80 meters above Sea level the rolling & gently undulating fairways provide Palm Hills with it's own individual identity. The only exception to the gentle terrain is on the 10th hole, where a semi-blind tee shot is encountered from the side of an imposing limestone mountain. Water is also a hazard especially on the 2nd, 8th, 11th and 14th holes. "Toppers" beware!

Being a "new generation" course, Palm Hills has great clubhouse facilities. Thai-style design with American-style facilities for the golfer who requires more than just a round, the Country Club offers a large swimming pool, Tennis, badminton & squash courts, and a fully equipped Gymnasium for the really energetic.

Overall this is a wonderful course with experienced, friendly caddies & staff. Palm Hills also offers some of the best views over the Gulf of Thailand. A must for your golf package.

Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 out
Par 4 5 3 4 4 4 5 3 4 36
Blue 409 508 198 406 369 367 550 177 407 3,391

White
379 459 178 379 345 363 509 142 382
3,317
Women's 314 408 130 323 275 320 439 110 314 2,633
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 in Total
Par  4 3 5  4 4  3  5  4 4 36 72
Blue 432 160 551 390 382 173 571 420 418 3,497 6,888

White
406 139 525 356 338 149 550 390 383
3,236

6,373
Women's 365 127 438 309 295 128 511 352 340 2,865 5,498

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