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Guys… next week MrsJ and myself are considering making our way up to Chiang Mai,  on the way playing Sirikit Dam, Mae Moh and Grassan Khuntan. We have  played them all before so know what to expect. Might stop a day or two at Sirikit as we like the course. Also what is the air pollution like at Sirikit and Mae Moh, seem to remember last time you couldn't see the sky or the hills.

 

Can anyone offer updated advice about playing in Chiang Mai…promotions etc.  Last time we were up there did a ‘stay and play’ at North Hills (bit pricy if I remember), played Summit Green Valley and Doi Inthanon but wouldn’t bother with that one again.

 

Thanks for any info/advice

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  • 2 weeks later...

I hid this topic as we had to change our plans, but now we plan to make our way up starting on 9th March. I'll post anything I get back from from various Golf courses as they come in.

 

If anyone can offer any information, or correction to what I post, please do. I think most of the time we will stay in CM hotels.

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Summit Green Valley

 

Promotion  Thai & Thai Resident

1 March  - 31 October 2021

 

Morning 6.30 am. - 2.00 pm.

Golf Package 1,300 THB (Green Fee, Caddie, Golf Cart)

 

Night golf After 2.00 pm. (Monday off)

Golf Package 1,000 THB (Green Fee, Caddie, Golf Cart)

 

 

Mae Jo

Good afternoon from Maejo Golf Resort & Spa.

 

Superior room rate for Thai residents is 1,200 THB/ 2 person per room per night including breakfast.

 

**Special Green Fee+Caddie Fee+Cart Fee for hotel guest is 1,300 THB per person per 18 H**

 

If you know the date for stay @ Maejo Golf Resort & Spa, please let us know.

 

Chiang Mai Highlands

Accommodation: superior villa

Alternative 1: stay 1 night include breakfast & dinner set for 2 persons is 2,200 THB

Alternative 2: stay 2 nights included breakfast for 2 persons is 3,300 THB

 

Golf promotion: 18 holes included green fee, caddy fee, cart fee

Morning is 1,400 THB

After 1pm is 990 THB

 

For more information, may require to book. Please feel free to contact me

 

Bhumibol Dam

Told my wife that as we were coming from Nonthaburi we wouldn't be allowed to play. Tak is not exactly a great place to go at the moment ....

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Attitaya Golf Course (previously Gold Canyon) in Lamphun is in excellent condition. There are 27 holes,

it's  not busy and 600Baht for Green Fee, Caddie and Cart is a great deal.

Alpine and Highlands are CM's best courses so play them if you can.

Alpine have constant , short-term promotions .

Air quality will be <deleted> while you are here.

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I'm going to close my topic as due to the present atmospheric conditions in Chiang Mai and area we are going to go to Phang Nga and Phuket instead. 

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