The golf course of the Summit Green Valley Chiangmai Country Club was built in 1990. It was designed by Denis Griffiths & Associates Inc. The designer was well known in USA and had several outstanding works in USA , Europe as well as in Asian countries. The land was originally paddy field. The company improved the area to Universal standard pursuant to the designer designed. The construction lasted 2 years. The remarkable element of the Summit Green Valley Chiangmai Country Club is the design that is harmonious to the beautiful Lanna Art. The roofing tiles are teak. It reflects an identify of the north distinctly and synthesizes with the perfect facilities and the impressive service. The lay out of the course is flat table where every hole is encircled by lake and embraced mountains of Chiangmai.
The course is 7,202 yards long and 72 pars. Each hole has it identical tee off for professional ,amateur and lady golfer. Obstacle around the course are rough, bunker and water hazard. The rough of the green of the Summit Green Valley Chiangmai Country Club is rather thick and long. A golfer whose play is out of fairway if falling in rough shall meet lots of obstacals.
18 holes par 72 (7202 yards) Summit Green Valley is very difficult to par, especially from the back tees at 7200 yards. The golf course features an abundance of well placed sand bunkers and lots of water that can come into play on nearly every hole on the course. The fairways, lined with palm trees, seem wide, but golfers must be careful in that water hazards and bunkers are plentiful at the landing areas, thus making the fairways narrow and leaving no room for wayward shots. The greens are large, receptive to approach shots, and putting speed is moderate to slightly fast. However, course length, numerous elevation changes, and prevailing wind makes Green Valley a tough but fair challenge to golfers of all skill levels.