Golf Course in Chiang Mai : Gassan Legacy Golf and Resort
Gassan Legacy Golf and Resort golf course is a Lake course, which situated amidst historical Gassan Lake, paddy fields and mountain, where both water and dense forest come into play. It is also a championship golf course which consists of 18 holes Par 72, the golf course is 7,089 yards in size, and is located to the South East of Chiang Mai. Here you can experience the natural charms of Thailand’s countryside and Hariphunchai art and culture. The resort is set among rice paddy fields, great for those who love a challenge with our tricky water hazards, strategically placed bunkers, ditches and hills. We are just 20 minutes from Chiang Mai International Airport, so why not come and experience one of Thailand’s enchanting Golf courses at Gassan Lake City.
Experience the charm of Northern Thailand at one of Chiang Mai’s newest championship golf course. The unique club house is a plus and makes for a perfect after golf snack and drink.
18 holes par 72 (7541 yards) The most memorable holes include the forth hole, the longest par 5 on the course and one of the longest in Thailand at 652 yards. The fifth, a 444 yard par 4 with well guarded green and where par would be a good score. On the seventh golfers take note of the interesting spirit house near the tee. The stream runs along side and across this hole from green to tee makes it one of the most challenging holes on the course. The boldest, who have prayed to the spirits, may attempt to carry the whole length of the water and going for the green in two. However, in reality on this exciting hole anything an eagle to a triple bogey can result.
The island fairway on the par 4 ninth hole is both beautiful and difficult. Playing over water twice and almost directly into the prevailing wind, makes this hole a challenging ending to the front nine. The eleventh hole, a 524 yard par 4 (yes par 4!), is without doubt the most difficult on the golf course. Doglegging left with water down the entire left side, this hole plays almost like a par 5.
The second hole with an island green is number 15, a short 169 yard par 3. This is the most intimidating looking hole on the course. While only a short iron for most, the sight of the green surrounded by water makes most players tremble. The island looks very small, but it is nearly 50 yards wide which is a large target for a shot of this length.
|Green Fee Rate
||Green Fee – 18 Holes
|High Season Nov,1st – Mar,31st
|Low Season Apr,1st – Oct,31st
||600 baht / 18 Holes / Person
||300 baht / 18 Holes / Person
|Private transport from your hotel in Chiang Mai