Maejo Golf Course

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

Maejo Golf Course is a modern course situated 20 minutes north of Chiang Mai. This 18 hole course opened in 2004 and features many interesting holes and some challenging greens. The designers feature beautiful views of the Doi Suthep mountain range from several elevated tees, as the course meanders through Mango, Longan and Tangarine orchards. The ‘Orchard Hole’ (#15 – HC 1) is arguably one of the more challenging holes in Chiang Mai.

Features

Key to the design of Maejo golf course is the orchard groves through which it winds. This leads to several holes lined by rows of tropical fruit trees – none more noticeable than the long (par 4) 15th, known as the orchard hole where the Orange trees are prepared to envelop any wayward tee shot. The course offers a variety of natural water hazards, particularly on the front 9. The course is always well maintained, and customers are also well looked after in the clubhouse and facilities. With some narrow fairways and some fast sloping greens, there are plenty of challenges for all levels of players.

Score Card

Hole

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

OUT

Par

4

3

4

5

4

5

3

4

4

36

Handicap

17

8

14

7

5

13

15

3

4

Blue

328

176

352

564

374

530

156

387

380

3247

Yellow

328

176

343

564

374

530

147

387

373

3222

White

320

169

332

552

363

522

133

367

359

3117

Red

300

137

246

474

316

423

120

346

322

2684

Hole

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

IN

Par

4

4

4

5

3

4

5

3

4

36

Handicap

18

16

12

9

11

1

10

6

2

Blue

332

312

374

568

177

475

531

200

441

3410

Yellow

318

312

364

539

164

453

531

200

434

3315

White

311

304

341

512

145

434

491

175

369

3082

Red

304

288

319

466

123

382

460

134

351

2827

Location

Maejo Golf Course is obviously located in Maejo, a small university town just to the north of Chiang Mai – around 30 minutes from the city. Take the Maejo Road (Highway 1001) for around 5km past the outer ring road. At the traffic lights by the University junction, turn right – this is the 2nd set of traffic lights after the outer ring road. After another 2.5km follow the signs to the left.

Photos

Tee Shot, Hole 2

Tee Shot, Hole 2

Tee Shot, Hole 4

Tee Shot, Hole 4

Green, Hole 5

Green, Hole 5

Tee Shot, Hole 7

Tee Shot, Hole 7

Tee Shot, Hole 12

Tee Shot, Hole 12

Green, Hole 12

Green, Hole 12

Tee Shot, Hole 14

Tee Shot, Hole 14

Tee Shot, Hole 15

Tee Shot, Hole 15

2nd Shot, Hole 16

2nd Shot, Hole 16

Green, Hole 16

Green, Hole 16

Tee Shot, Hole 18

Tee Shot, Hole 18

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