I don't know about an official golf course, but you'll find a few places in Patpong where they do some interesting things with golf balls! almost 10 years agoAnswered by whoissteveanyway via Travellr.com
I met a British guy on a day tour who played golf and asked him what he knew about Thailand golf courses.
There are apparently many golf courses easily accessible from Bangkok, with Bangkok Country Club being the most prestigious, but expect to pay a high price to play there. There's also a golf course close by the international airport.
Chiang Mai (in the north of Thailand) also has many golf courses for tourists. almost 10 years ago
Bangkok has limited golf courses for tourists, they cater for the local Thais only in general. Pattaya offers great golf courses and look after the tourist golf trade very well. over 7 years agoAnswered by Pamela Anderson via WorldNomads.com
Best golf courses are: Panya (Ramintra area), Windmill (Bangna area), Royal Gems (Salaya area), Suwan. All these accept foreigners but best to go with a Thai friend so you get Thai rates!!
Oh.. A brand new one is Royal Gems (Rangsit area) over 7 years ago
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