Phuket, Thailand

Red Mountain Golf Club

Winding its way through a truly dramatic 1,400 rai former tin mine site in the heart of Phuket, Red Mountain is surely one of Asia's most exciting new courses. The course has been cleverly routed to take advantage of a huge variety of landforms and dizzying elevation changes. Scars left from the tin mine era have been imaginatively incorporated into the overall scheme, creating a unique character at the same time as establishing an indelible link with an important era in the island's past.

Designer Jon Morrow and co-designer Al Tikkanen, have created a highly strategic and challenging 6,900 yard layout to complement the shorter and gentler old Loch Palm Course. While the course is undoubtedly challenging, numerous risk and reward options create a fun playing environment, an exhilarating test of golf and a breathtaking scenic tour around a course destined to become a golfing landmark in the region.

Course Designer: Jonathan Mark Morrow
Slope: 136
Course Rating: 72.7
Type of Grass (fairway and green):  Seashore Paspalum (fairways) and Bermuda Novotek (greens)
Signature hole: 17th hole (150 foot drop tee to green)
Number of members: 20+
Number of rounds of golf per year: approx 20,000
Practice facilities available: Driving range; putting/chipping green

Signature Hole:
17th hole (150 foot drop tee to green)

Picturesque Hole:
Hole 18

Located on the island of Phuket and virtually at the island's centre, The Red Mountain Golf Club Phuket is located adjacent to Loch Palm Golf Club, Phuket, well-placed for golfers coming from every direction.
Phuket is approximately an hour's flight from Bangkok, just over an hour from Singapore and less than eight hours from other major Asian cities.

119 Moo 4 Vichitsongkram Rd.,Kathu District, Phuket 83120, Thailand
Tel : +66 (0)76 322 000-1
Fax : +66 (0)76 322 009
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