Rose Garden Golf Club in Nakhon Pathom

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Rose Garden Golf Club Description:
(renovated and well-maintained parkland course)
The Rose Garden Golf Club is one of the oldest and well-known golf courses in Thailand. This Thai-owned and managed golf course hosted the 1992 Thailand Open. Shortly after that, it was voted by two international golf magazines as among the best layouts in the world.Flooding in 2011 destroyed the Bangkok course, but luckily the following year new owners overhauled the site and restored Rose Garden.  With newly planted Bermuda grass and well-maintained, the holes meander amongst mature trees and thick vegetation. The Rose Garden more than lives up to its name in substance as well as tranquility. In particular, from January to April, golfers can enjoy the pleasant views of the many trees and flowers in full bloom around the course.

The course is mostly level, with narrow tree-lined fairways and heavily-bunkered greens. Accurate approach shots are required to score well. From the white tees, the course is relatively short but very pleasant, challenging and will keep interest to get a good score.

The positioning of water around the course not only challenges the keen golfer but also enhanced the beauty of the course. The greens are soft and very receptive. There is a lot of variety throughout the round with two top par fives to finish.

The par-5 holes are perhaps the highlight of the round, particularly the 11th, where the player must hit to the right from the tee to be able to negotiate the left and dog-leg, and a tough second shot, after which a highly skilled third shot is a must. The 17th a par-5 is a risk-reward challenge that is reachable in two. Staying close to the trees on the left results is the key to set up a chance for a birdie. The demanding approach requires a semi-blind shot over bunkers and contoured mounds.

The Rose Garden Golf Club features a modest clubhouse. A putting green and driving range are available. The well maintained and clean facility has an excellent restaurant serving Thai and Japanese food. On-course refreshment kiosks offer a good selection at reasonable prices, but snacks are very local Thai.

Designer:   Visuth Junnanont
Holes / Par / Yardage:   18 holes par 72 (7085 yards)
Established:   1972
Location:   West of Bangkok in Nakon Pathom Province
Address: 53 Tha Talat, Sam Phran District, Nakhon Pathom 73110, Thailand
Distance:   1:00 from Sukhumvit area
Closed on:   Open everyday
Max. golfers per group:   Weekday: 5
Weekend: 4
Golf Cart:   THB 700
Golf Set:   THB 450
Golf Shoes:   THB 60
Umbrella:   THB 30
Driving Range:   Yes
Facilities:   Accommodation, Restaurants