Gymkhana Golf Club

Gymkhana Golf Club is the first and oldest sports club in Thailand.

Founded in 1898 by a group of local teak lodgers and British expatriates, Gymkhana Golf Club is the first and oldest sports club in Thailand, the

Gymkhana Golf Clublocation is simply amazing in the center of the city, southeast of the Nawarat bridge just off the Chiang Mai – Lamphun road. The clubhouse with its colonial feel and its grounds provide a superb venue for all types of functions such as weddings, birthdays, business meetings etc…

Nowadays Gymkhana Golf Club features a 9 hole golf course, a driving range, 2 tennis courts, 2 air-conditioned squash courts and a cricket field that hosts the annual Chiang Mai Sixes, the clubhouse has a snooker table for members only.The 9 hole golf course is a par 36 and length 2953 yards, the layout of this course is flat, but not easy to play and fairways are very tight and hard, lined with trees.

This is an excellent course to practice on with a tough par 3 on the second hole, but you need to watch out for the 4th and 6th holes as well.

Local golfers consider this course a fine place for a quick round or practice before moving on to more challenging 18 hole venues.

You can tee off from 6 am daily and make use of the driving range from 7 am till late. Enjoy a round of golf and later have a cool one underneath the famous, beautiful, giant rain tree!

Gymkhana Address:

349 Chiang Mai – Lamphun Rd.
Nong Hoi
Chiang Mai 50000

Gymkhana Golf Club Green Fees.

Green fees Weekdays and Weekends:           Gymkhana Golf Club Green Fees

* Green fee 9 holes:   200 Baht  Caddy: 100 Baht

* Green fee 18 holes: 400 Baht Caddy: 200 Baht

* Green fee Member guest:    9 holes 100 Baht

18 holes: 200 Baht

Golf club hires for 9 holes or 18 holes 300 baht for members or guests alike.

Please note that guests with or without a member must make use of a caddy

Phone number: +66 (0) 53 241 035

For more information:

Open daily from 6 am.

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