Loch Palm Golf Club

38 Moo 5 Vichitsongkram Rd., Kathu District, Phuket 83120, Thailand.

Overview

Loch Palm Golf Club is built around Crystal Lake, the glistening central feature of the course and the largest body of water on any Phuket golf course. Loch Palm has smooth slopes and dramatic elevation changes. It will take you across and around ravines and plateaus that will test your skills at many levels of play. The front nine sits amid lakes and palm trees.

The second nine moves you though mountains, hitting uphill and downhill with woods, irons and even your putter!!

Loch Palm is a regarded as Red Mountain's older and softer sister. The 6, 422 yards par 72 course offers a more relaxing game with a variety of challenging hazards and green to confront golfers of all abilities. Water comes into play on 13 holes; the front nine snakes around the lake while the back nine poses a more demanding test through mountainous areas with tricky and downhill ventures.

Exquisite properties of absolute craftsmanship, Loch Palm is home to a number of stately residential properties scattered around the golf course, commanding extraordinary views. All properties within Loch Palm are professional managed and fully serviced. Select properties are for sale and others available for rental on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.

A vast community project will continue to develop quality accommodations and facilities, including high-end lakefront residences and resort villas. In addition, more resort amenities, tropical gardens and water sport facilities are also in our long term master plan. With these future developments, Loch Palm Golf Club & Red Mountain Golf Club will be destined to attract discerning golfers from all over the world.

Course Facilities

Changing rooms
Free Wifi
Parking
Showers Room
Toilet
Security staff Service
Restaurant
Shop
Buggy
Club Hiring
Pull Cart
Hotel
Caddy
Shoe Hiring

Course Details

Hole 18
Par 72
Length 5994 m / 6555 y
Established in 1993
Designer Dr. Sukitti Klangwisai
Grass Type -
Course Type Parkland