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Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa

Blue Canyon Country Club
Phuket's first 21st Century championship course lies on the scenic north-east coast. A nine-hole night golf course, due to open in early 2005, is also close by in the foothills. The courses are 10 minutes' drive from the airport and 30 minutes from Phuket City.

Mission Hills has been carved from rubber plantations and sits among Phuket's environmentally-friendly mangroves. Great expanses of white sand beach bunkers have been added to contrast with the translucent blue hues of the ocean and the vibrant greens of the Sea Isle grassed fairways and putting surfaces.

It is accurately described as a piece of living art, the kind of pastiche that Vincent Van Goh would have created given half a chance and a love of a long drive. The ocean views are delivered at a price: water comes in to play at seven holes. The sea breezes also are a regular feature. What time of day you choose to play can turn a following zephyr into a stiff headwind.

While the spa awaits at the 19th hole, stress and tiredness are further banished with caddies and golf carts both being compulsory. It is not unknown for snacks to be delivered out on the course at lunchtime.

  1. Overview
  2. Facilities
  3. Course Guide
  4. Scorecard
  5. Special Rates
Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa Overview
Mission Hills Golf Courses group has opened the new third golf course in Phuket, Thailand and named "Mission Hills Phuket Golf Resort & Spa" following in Kao Yai, Nakornrajchasima and Kanchanaburi.

New world golfer's destination, Mission Hills Phuket Golf Resort & Spa is an opening 18 holes ocean views and an ongoing 9 holes bay views night golf course, designed by the world class golf course's artist, Nicklaus Design. Measuring 6,806 yards from the back tees, the golf course is fulfilled with the best selected grass, Paspalum Sea Isle 1 for fairways and Paspalum Sea Isle 2000 for greens. One island two sharing greens, one hole two greens and beach bunkers are outstanding featured to challenge even the most conservative golfers.

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Golf Course Pubished Rates

Price per golfer / round in THB

Description Published Rate (THB)
Visitors Member's guest
Green Fee Weekdays/Weekends 4,500 N/A
Special Discount Rates
Description Special Rate (THB) Remarks
Green Fee Only 3,500 pre book, pre pay, 7 days in advance
1 Golfer 5,000 Full service; includes Green fee, and round trip transport.
All relevant government Taxes VAT and
service Charge
2 Golfers 4,450
3 Golfers 4,300
4 Golfers 4,200
Group Special price on application
Caddy Fee 300  
Rental Item Rental Rate (THB)
Club Set 1,000
Shoes 200
Umbrella 200
Golf Cart 700, Compulsory ( Pay on the day )
Laguna Phuket Golf Club Facilities
  • Pro Shop
  • 4 kiosks
  • Male & Female locker rooms
  • Golf cart and caddies service
  • 5 targeted greens driving range
  • Friendly Thai services
  • Driving range and Putting green

Golf Course Pubished Rates

Price per golfer / round in THB

Description Published Rate (THB)
Visitors Member's guest
Green Fee Weekdays/Weekends 4,500 N/A
Special Discount Rates
Description Special Rate (THB) Remarks
Green Fee Only   pre book, pre pay, 7 days in advance
1 Golfer   Full service; includes Green fee and round trip transport.
All relevant government Taxes VAT and
service Charge
2 Golfers  
3 Golfers  
4 Golfers  
Group Special price on application
Caddy Fee    
Rental Item Rental Rate (THB)
Club Set 1,000
Shoes 200
Umbrella 200
Golf Cart 700
Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa Course Guide

Hole 1

This medium length par 4 should allow the golfer to get off to good start and hopefully get ahead of the golf course. The fairway bunkers along the left side of the golf hole protect the landing area for tee shots. From here the golfer has the best angle into the green. Those bailing out to the right side of the fairway will have to contend with the right greenside bunkers.

 

 

Blue 315 yards
White 301 yards
Red 285 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 2

This medium length par 5 requires two well placed shots in order to give the golfer a comfortable third shot into the island green. For those wishing to get on the green in two, a tee ball hit down the left side of the fairway over the sandy waste will give them the best angle into the green. The island is shared by the green on hole # 5 and is large enough to tempt even the most conservative golfers.

 

 

Blue 507 yards
White 493 yards
Red 457 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 3

The fairway on this hole is split into two areas by bunker in the middle of the fairway. The best angle to enter the pin is to hit it long and left off the tee or over the bunker in the middle of the fairway. Those golfers are wishing to try a shorter iron into the green. A fairway collection pad behind the green will hopefully catch any errant shots for those trying to avoid the canal in front.

 

 

Blue 185 yards
White 162 yards
Red 142 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 4

The first of the ocean holes, this medium length par 3 has spectacular view into the Andaman Sea beyond the green. The green sets up as an island of grass in a sea of sand and should present a unique golfing experience. This golf hole sets up best with a slight draw around the front greenside bunker especially if the pin is black left. For the golfers that bail out to the right, they will find a very tricky pitch back to the green from an uneven lie.

 

 

Blue 414 yards
White 376 yards
Red 333 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 5

This par 4 plays back to the island green from island tees in a huge sandy waste. The best tee shot is to hit if far enough to get above the strong elevation change that runs through the middle of the fairways. Those golfers hugging the side of the fairway will have the best angle into the green and take advantage of the green contours. Those hitting a week drive may want to use the bail-out area down the left side of the lake for their second shot and go for an up and to save par.

 

 

Blue 569 yards
White 537 yards
Red 484 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 6

The best tee shot for this hole depends upon the pin position. The best side of the fairway to place their tee shot is the same side of the green that the pin is located. A bunker to the right and the canal to the left protect both sides of the fairway. The long hitters to will find a very narrow fairway to contend with and may choose to hit a 3-wood here. The green is separated down the middle by a spin requiring the golfer to land their second shot on the same side of the spine as the pin in order to avoid 3 putting.

 

 

Blue 348 yards
White 344 yards
Red 344 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 7

This is the longest par 3 on the course at 230 yards from the back tees. The lake is very far from the green and should not present much trouble for most golfers. The best shot is a left to right shot started at the bunker on the loft. The approach area of the green also allows for player to hit a bump and run shot of the green and work the ball to the back right pin areas. Those golfers that miss the green to the left will have a deep fairway hollow to chip back across the green from.

 

 

Blue 348 yards
White 326 yards
Red 296 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 8

This is a first of two holes without any bunkers in play from the tee shot and will require the golfer to play on either side of a group of trees in the middle of the fairway. Tee balls hit down the left side to the narrow landing area give the golfer the best angle into the green with a shorter iron. Those hitting to the right will have to hit it far enough to get beyond the trees and have an open shot to a well protects and shallow green.

 

 

Blue 348 yards
White 326 yards
Red 296 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 9

This medium length par 5 will require a tee ball hit over the carry bunkers on the left side of the fairway in order to be in position to go for the green in two. A small lake and another carry bunker at the second landing area create the need for a right to loft ball trajectory to set up the best shot. Those wishing for a more conservative approach should find little trouble down the right side.

 

 

Blue 510 yards
White 499 yards
Red 322 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 10

This long par 4 will require the golfer to hit their tee shot as long as possible in order to have the best angle into the green. Those hitting shorter by catching the elevation change in the fairway will have to come in over some greenside bunkers on their second shot. A small target bunker is placed for the best aim down the fairway and should only present trouble for longer hitters.

 

 

Blue 557 yards
White 512 yards
Red 500 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 11

This short par 3 is fashioned after the famous redden green complex in Scotland and requires the golfer This short par 3 is fashioned after the famous redden green complex in Scotland and requires the golfer to hit a right to left tee ball to front part of the green or approach area. From there the ball should release and feed to the back and left pin areas. Placement is critical here to avoid stopping short or running over the back into the fairway hollows beyond the green.

 

 

Blue 375 yards
White 357 yards
Red 333 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 12

The longest par 4 on the golf course, this hole will require two big hits in order to reach the green and make par. Hitting a tee shot along the left side of the fairway close to the bunkers will give the shortest and best angle into the green. The green is protected by a lake down the right side and a deep hollow to the left for those bailing away from the water. Anyone finding themselves in this hardest hole on the golf course and is best played conservatively to avoid any big numbers.

 

 

Blue 350 yards
White 316 yards
Red 305 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 13

This is the longest par 5 on the golf course and offers more great views into the Andaman Sea. The best tee shot is played down the left side of the fairway to cut off the most distance and the second half of the hole sets up as another island of grass on a sea of sand. This is a three shot par 5 and will require the golfer to choose a club carefully for their second shot to leave the perfect distance for their third shot into the green. The green is slightly convex and will require a well placed third shot to stay on the putting surface.

 

 

Blue 405 yards
White 401 yards
Red 399 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 14

After the previous two holes, this short par 4 will be a welcome site for most golfers but will need to be respected due to a very tricky green complex. This is another golf hole where the best side of the fairway to winter the green from depends upon the pin position. Unlike hole # 6 the best tee shot will be played on the opposite side of the fairway from the pin position.

 

 

Blue 185 yards
White 167 yards
Red 155 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 15

The shortest par 5 on the golf course, this hole should present the opportunity for golfers to make up any lost ground with a well placed tee shot down the left side for the best angle into the green in two. Those wishing to play a more conservative approach can play short of the right approach bunker or carry the bunker on the loft greenside shorter pitch shot to a well guarded green. Anyone caught in the left greenside bunkers will have a tricky up and down to a shallow green with canal beyond.

 

 

Blue 423 yards
White 400 yards
Red 401 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 16

This short par 3 requires a well placed tee shot to a relatively narrow green guarded by bunkers and the canal. The green slope from right to left and will accept a high left to right shot trajectory as the best angle of approach.

 

 

Blue 327 yards
White 322 yards
Red 315 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 17

The shortest par 4 on the golf course with the second tee shot on the course without any bunkers requires the tee shot to be placed along the right edge of the fairway in order to avoid the deep hollow on the left. From The left side, the green will be blind on the second shot so most golfers may choose to hit 3-wood here in order to make sure they leave an open second shot into the green. The green complex is slightly convex on the left half and forces the golfer to challenge the right greenside bunker to avoid rolling off the putting surface into the bail-out area to the green.

 

 

Blue 327 yards
White 322 yards
Red 315 yards

 

 

 

 

Hole 18

This finishing hole sets up a variety of options to most golfers. If playing to the right green complex, the golfer will need to place their tee shot between the lake and the bunker in the middle of the fairway for the angle into the green. For those playing to the left green complex, the golfer can choose to carry the middle fairway bunker or place their tee shot as close to the left fairway bunker for the best angle and shortest distance to the green. The green contours allow for a second shot to be placed short and left of the green and should feed the ball to the back and right pin areas.

 

 

Blue 563 yards
White 532 yards
Red 515 yards

 

 

 

 

Phuket Country Club Scorecard
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out
HCP 16 12 2 18 6 4 8 10 14
Black 378 517 420 180 376 436 237 369 536 3469
Blue 344 507 390 157 344 407 212 334 501 3190
White 328 483 376 153 331 393 183 317 482 3046
Red 290 433 308 93 290 338 138 264 437 2591
Par 4 5 3 3 4 4 3 4 5 36
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
HCP 9 17 1 5 7 15 11 13 3
Black 398 167 481 584 326 517 164 318 382 3337 6806
Blue 366 139 446 559 319 487 153 297 352 3118 6308
White 351 124 429 545 304 468 125 282 335 2963 6009
Red 301 112 376 482 251 418 87 224 285 2536 5127
Par 4 3 4 5 4 5 3 4 4 36 72
Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa Special Rates
Golf Course Pubished Rates

Price per golfer / round in THB

Description Published Rate (THB)
Visitors Member's guest
Green Fee Weekdays/Weekends    
Special Discount Rates
Description Special Rate (THB) Remarks
Green Fee Only   pre book, pre pay, 7 days in advance
1 Golfer   Full service; includes Green fee,
Caddy fee and round trip transport.
All relevant government Taxes VAT and
service Charge
2 Golfers  
3 Golfers  
4 Golfers  
Group Special price on application
Caddy Fee    
Rental Item Rental Rate (THB)
Club Set 1000
Shoes 200
Umbrella 200
Golf Cart 600

 


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