Burapha Golf Club
The Burapha Golf Club used to be a members only club and is a premier golf club on the Eastern seaboard. It was also host to the following golfing tournaments: - Omega Tour Royal Classic 1997 (Asian Tour) - Singha Pattaya Open 2003 - 2007 - Cotto (Windsor) Open 2003 - 2008 - Chevrolet Championship 2004 - 2005 - Amateur World Golf Championship 2004 - Thailand Amateur Golf Open 2004 - 2008 The two 18-Hole championship golf courses at Burapha was planned by Gary Panks and David Graham to take full advantage of the beauty of the land and its natural features - lakes, hills, mature mangoes, coco palms and tropical vegetation. The East Course at Burapha Golf Club features wide fairways and is perfect for the amateur golfer. The West Course however is more of a challenge for the more advanced golfer.
- Driving Range
- Swimming Pool
- Golf Academy
North of Pattaya near Laem Chabang
Burapha Golf Club is just past Laem Chabang at the intersection. See the map for further details.
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