Gassan Khuntan Golf Course

Hole by hole guide:-
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18

The first of 3 courses opened by Gassan, and the pride resort is located nearly an hours drive south of the city, making it the perfect retreat to get away for some undisturbed golf. The resort boasts a hotel with swimming pool, bars, massage room and naturally a long 18 hole golf course. The course is just short of the Khuntan national park, surrounded by mountains. The course flanks the river Mae Ta as it approaches the impressive White Bridge. Because of the river and several lakes, water comes in to play on every hole. Your Chiang Mai golfing experience isn’t complete without a trip to Khun Tan.

Features

Gassan Khuntan Resort is a golfers dream. With water in play on every hole there are challenges, and rewards, for all players. There are several island greens, none more foreboding than the 5th, a par 3 to a small island green, set in front of the backdrop of the famous white bridge. The beauty of the Khuntan valley is unquestionable and the golf course is situated perfectly. The final hole plays back to the impressive clubhouse – playing over the water, you need to have the right club to stay on a narrow green.

Scorecard

Hole

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

OUT

Par

4

3

5

5

3

4

4

4

4

36

Handicap

12

18

16

7

5

15

10

3

11

Blue

403

150

540

634

163

373

485

375

422

3545

Yellow

383

120

500

580

131

334

430

357

332

3167

White

393

135

525

596

146

353

447

368

352

3315

Red

363

108

470

513

111

303

404

347

287

2906

Hole

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

IN

Par

4

3

4

5

4

5

4

4

3

36

Handicap

14

4

13

2

1

8

17

6

9

Blue

323

195

385

590

438

595

425

387

185

3523

Yellow

287

173

332

550

378

554

345

327

142

3088

White

300

185

360

560

415

574

360

362

158

3274

Red

216

100

295

443

338

539

307

263

122

2623

Location

To get to Gassan Khuntan Golf Course you need to head south from Chiang Mai to the Khuntan National Park. Take the main highway 11 for around 40km from the outer ring road in the direction of Lampang. After passing Lamphun, the road passes into the mountains with some twists and turns. You won’t miss the sign to turn left into Khuntan valley for a few kilometers until you get to the resort. It takes around an hour from Chiang Mai to get to the course – with a hotel on site, you might want to stay over!

Photos

Tee Shot Hole 1

Tee Shot Hole 1

Tee Shot, Hole 5

Tee Shot, Hole 5

Tee Shot, Hole 7

Tee Shot, Hole 7

Tee Shot, Hole 8

Tee Shot, Hole 8

Tee Shot, Hole 10

Tee Shot, Hole 10

Tee Shot, Hole 11

Tee Shot, Hole 11

Green, Hole 11

Green, Hole 11

Approach Shot, Hole 13

Approach Shot, Hole 13

2nd Shot, Hole 15

2nd Shot, Hole 15

Approach Shot, Hole 16

Approach Shot, Hole 16

Tee Shot, Hole 18

Tee Shot, Hole 18

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