Koh Samui, one of Thailand’s largest islands in the Gulf of Thailand, is known for its palm-fringed beaches circling coconut groves and dense, mountainous rainforest. It’s also home to luxury resorts, posh spas and a rowdy nightlife scene that often attracts a backpacker crowd. The 12m-tall golden Big Buddha statue at Wat Phra Yai temple is a local landmark.
There are 3 golf courses on the Island offering a peaceful and relaxing golf experience.
The course is beautifully landscaped with an abundance of ancient jungle and great thought has been put into the placement of holes. What makes Rajjaprabha really stand out is the profusion of water, care of the Dam. The end result, artfully blended into the natural surrounds offers lovely visual contracts of light and shadow. In a nutshell it has to be played to be believed. This par 72 course measures 7,009 yards from the Medal tees.
Santiburi Samui Country Club. a championship golf course set amidst a mountain landscape on Samui Island, has its own unique character and challenges. From steep uphill and downhill slopes to winding fairways that cut into the coconut groves to cliffs and mountain creeks, Santiburi Samui Country Club is simply one of the most unique golf courses anywhere, one that is built in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings.