Prices here in Pattaya (green fee and caddy fee) range from 700 baht to 2,500 baht , depending on the course and the season. A golf cart can be hired for around 600 baht. We strongly suggest you tip your caddy at least 300 baht. On average, a great day out will cost 1,800 – 2,500 baht for everything.
The best is considered to be the 27-hole Laem Chabang, which is usually ranked on the top five of all courses in Thailand. Green fee costs about 3000 baht . Great value top golf courses are Bangpra Golf, Emerald Golf Club, and recently refurbished Greenwood Golf, all of them with green fees around 1,000 baht.
The green fees in Thailand are the cheapest in Asia and you can book at heavily discounted rates by using the Golfsavers booking engine. The golf courses near Bangkok are usually pretty crowded at weekends and more expensive so its much cheaper to book a tee time in Thailand on a week day.
As one would expect, playing golf in and around Bangkok is one of the more expensive regions of the country. However, as is often the case with many capital cities around the world, the cost of playing golf in Bangkok is higher than some of the other locations in Thailand .
The cost of playing golf in Vietnam is very nice for world-class quality golf courses. The average cost of golf in Vietnam range from $70 to $150 depends on location and time of the week.
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– it’s customary to tip your caddie after your round at THB. 300.
Top 5 golf course I highly recommend in Thailand : Black Mountain – Hua Hin. Thai Country Club – Bangkok surrounds. Siam Country Club – Pattaya. Banyan Golf Course – Hua Hin. Alpine Golf & Sports Club – Bangkok.