Cambodia Golf and Country Club

NO.4, TRAPEANG AMPENG KONG VILLAGE SAMROUNG TOUNG COMMUNG, KAMPONG SPEU PROVINCE Kompon Spu, Kampong Spoe, Cambodia

Overview

Since the golf course was firstly opened in May, 1997, it soon became the most favorable and popular place, not only for golfing, but also social meetings for guests. The golf course has international standard of 18 holes, par 72, 7,077 yards, occupied 50 hectares of land, with a longitudinal fairway layout, jointly designed and engineered by Taiwanese and Japanese experts, focusing on bunkers for the OUT course, and ponds for the IN. The course is nicknamed “Sugar Palm Course” with hundreds of sugar palm trees, one of the national treasures. It is surely a beauty paradise of Cambodia. The club house, a French country style, has a full range of facilities, such as Reception, Ballroom, Pro-shop, Locker Rooms, Bathrooms, Cafe, and Restaurant, capable of holding international or regional championship competition and conventions. It is surely a recreation and business center in Cambodia. This golf course is very Cambodge, full of all kinds of palm trees, native fruit and evergreen plants, flowers and rocks. The OUT course looks like a plain, with wide fairways, as Cambodian rich farmland. But, right after your first tee off, beware of all the bunkers around. And you could end up with 3 putts on the huge size of most greens. While on the IN course, you will be challenged by a different terrain, long fairways, numerous small or large ponds, like the Cambodian farm land. More careful choice in club and easy swing are the best policy here. You will definitely enjoy your golf on our beautiful course, our very well trained and experienced caddies will also provide you best service and you are requested not to pay tips.

Course Facilities

Changing rooms
Parking
Free Wifi
Visitor Seat
Toilet
Showers Room
Shop
Floodlights
Restaurant
Club House
Buggy
Club Hiring
Chipping/Betting Hole
Pull Cart
Caddy
Shoe Hiring

Course Details

Hole 18
Par 72
Length 7,077
Established in 1997
Designer Seiichi Inoue
Grass Type -
Course Type Golf Club

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