Bonanza Golf & Country Club is in the cooler elevations near Khao Yai National Park. This international quality golf course plays through a Khao Yai valley that is somewhat pastoral. The layout has elevation changes of about 120 feet, sloping south to north with several large reservoirs at the north end of the property.
The course has large trees lining most fairways and bunkers are located in strategic landing areas and around the greens. Adjoining the property is the Bonanza Khao Yai Golf Resort for stay and play golf guests. As a departure from typical concrete dominated resorts, 80% of the materials used in the Bonanza resort are wood, and the whole place has a Western feel to it.
Address: 236 Mu 5, ThanaratKanongpra Rd., Pak Chong, NakhonRatchasima, 3013
Khao Yai Golf Club is situated between 2 valleys in the mountains on a 450 rai land parcel just outside the Khao Yai National Park. There are the stunning views of the surrounding hills from everywhere on the golf course, especially the back nine. Khao Yai Golf Club (before that Mission Hills Khao Yai) is worth a visit if only to experience another fine example of Jack Nicklaus's design work. But don't expect the rest of the resort facilities to match the quality of the course layout.
Address: 27/7 Moo 7 Tambol Pang-Thru Amphur Thamuang Kanchanaburi 71110
Kirimaya Golf Resort & Spa is formerly The Country Club Khao Yai, is set within natural surroundings with panoramic views of the Khao Yai National Park. Kirimaya is best quality golf resort in the Khao Yai area and one of the most natural courses anywhere in Thailand. The Khao Yai golf course is described by the Nicklaus design team, to be one of their 3 best in Asia. The signature par-4 16th, which doglegs left-to-right past a large tree and down to a water-protected green, must be one of the most beautiful holes Nicklaus has ever fashioned, although surely nature played the biggest part in its creation
Address: 1/3 Moo 6 Thanarat Road, Moo-Si, Pakchong, Nakorn Ratchasima 30130, Thailand
Rancho Charnvee is an 18-hole layout in the Khao Yai National Park area. The rather flat Bob McFarland resort course is fun to play and caters to golfers of all abilities and as with other Khao Yai golf courses, views from the course are often stunning. The golf course has more room off the tees and larger more receptive greens than other Khao Yai golf courses. The front nine plays around a country farm house. The back nine stretches around a flat piece of land with a nice backdrop of hills and mountains. Although the course may be a little more open in its tightness, the presence of excellent bunkering throughout ensures that course management cannot afford to be too relaxed