Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course)

Located on 720 acres (1,800 rai) of prime land, The blue Canyon Country Club is recognized as the most exclusive golfing establishment in the region. Developed in 1988, Blue Canyon Country Club from an old tin mine and rubber plantations,with both the golf course molded around the existing rubber plantations to ensure minimal disruption to the surrounding natural landscape. Cradled in a verdant valley against a magnificent backdrop of the majestic Phang Nga Mountains and Andaman. Blue Canyon Country Club offers two award winning 18-blue-canyon championship golf courses.

The Canyon Course ranks as one of the most distinguished and prestigious championship golf course in Asia by renowned golf magazines. Working with nature, architect Yoshikazu Kato has created a striking and award -winning course the boasts the ultimate golfing experience for professional and amateur players.

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  • Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course)
  • Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course)
  • Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course)
  • Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course)
  • Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course)
  • Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course)

Carved into lush landscape surrounded by freshwater lakes and in harmony with the earth,the Canyon Course brilliantly features natural hazards,towering trees,multiple tees,rolling fairways,long carries, narrow landing areas and well-guarded slick Bermuda Tiffdwarf greens. The course also has an intriguing mix of narrow tree-lined fairways requiring accurate tee shots and a number of dog legs that demand precise shot making. Together with a selection pf demanding Par 3s and large, fast undulatig greens, these features combine to become on of Asia's most sought after golfing destinations.

The Canyon Course has staged two Johnnie Walker Classics in 1994 and 1998 as well as other major tournaments, like the Honda Invitational,BMW International World Final,and SAS World Tour Final, as well as Thailand Open and Tiger Skins in 2005

Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course) Scorecard

blue-canyon NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 OUT 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 IN TOT HCP NET
BLACK (74.0/128) 390 218 449 407 398 556 205 412 561 3596 392 600 440 390 194 586 357 221 403 3583 7179    
BLUE (70.0/115) 380 204 400 354 374 540 188 395 526 3361 357 570 392 373 169 567 323 212 340 3303 6664    
WHITE (68.3/114)
364 182 382 341 354 520 172 380 490 3185 345 544 354 365 143 554 316 197 327 3145 6330    
RED (68.9/119) 326 123 368 326 336 499 153 372 464 2967 333 524 330 356 128 521 303 178 303 2976 5943    
PAR 4 3 4 4 4 5 3 4 5 36 4 5 4 4 3 5 4 3 4 36 72    
HCP. 16 8 2 18 4 12 6 10 14   11 1 5 15 13 7 17 3 9        

Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course) Course Guide

blue-canyon 1 Par 4 HCP 16
A relatively gentle opening - until you reach the green! A well-executed tee shot of about 220 yards (from the blue tee) will avoid the large traps on the left and palm trees beyond the fairway. UpHills approach to the green should be kept short and right of the blue-canyon, as putts from the back left can be extremely fast.
390 Yards   380 Yards   364 Yards   326 Yards
blue-canyon 2 Par 3 HCP 8
A demanding Par 3. A water hazard runs the length of the blue-canyon on the left, with large sand traps surrounding the green. Many players come up short or fail to judge the direction of cross-winds - look at the tops of the trees and the water surface! Again, extremely fast from the middle of the green to the front. A lofted wood will generally be more forgiving than a long iron for most golfers.
218 Yards   204 Yards   182 Yards   123 Yards
blue-canyon 3 Par 4 HCP 2
The fairway is narrow, tree lined and uphill all the way on this longest Par 4 on the course. The giant Calabash tree dictates play. Accurate drives will select a right or left route up the fairway as second shots from the centre will require shaping round the tree. The length of the green makes checking the pin position essential in club selection.
449 Yards   400 Yards   382 Yards   368 Yards
blue-canyon 4 Par 4 HCP 18
The tee shot must carry the mounds (over 200 yards from the blue tee) to avoid a blind shot to well bunkered green. Longer hitters should favour the right side. Except at the front of the green, this is one of the few blue-canyons where putts break less than you think!
407 Yards   354 Yards   341 Yards   326 Yards
blue-canyon 5 Par 4 HCP 4
Accuracy from the tee is vital. OB runs from tee to green on the left. This fairway slopes towards a deep hollow on the right so a right-to-left tee shot is ideal. Approach shots to the front to back sloping, two-level green, tend to bounce forward and right. Downhill putts to or on the lower level are some of the fastest on the course.
398 Yards   374 Yards   354 Yards   336 Yards
blue-canyon 6 Par 5 HCP 12
For long hitters, reaching the green is only possible if the drive is struck perfectly over the Flame tree to the right side of the fairway and the second shot is right-to-left around the dogleg. For others, drive between the Flame tree and the towering coconut palms on the left, then hit over the water, taking careful note of the distance to and over the bunkers. The two-level green is normally very fast from back to front.
556 Yards   540 Yards   520 Yards   499 Yards
blue-canyon 7 Par 3 HCP 6
There is a blind bunker guarding the green on the front left and another deep bunker at front right. The green slopes steeply from the left to right so getting up and down from the left side is almost impossible! From the front, putts will be fast with more break than you think. If you miss the green, better to miss it long!
205 Yards   188 Yards   172 Yards   153 Yards
blue-canyon 8 Par 4 HCP 10
Only a long and well placed drive favouring the right side will give a clear view of this well guarded three-level green. Do not attempt to carry the trap on the left from the tee- there is another lurking behind it! Check the pin position and yardage carefully to land your approach on the correct level to give yourself a birdie chance!
412 Yards   395 Yards   380 Yards   372 Yards

blue-canyon 9 Par 5 HCP 14
Take care with the tee shot. There are two more traps behind the one you can see on the right of the fairway. Conservative play produces many pars and some birdies. Only try to carry the water if you are sure you can hit the target. The green is very undulating and fast from back to front.
561 Yards   526 Yards   490 Yards   464 Yards

blue-canyon 10 Par 4 HCP 11
A look from the higher back tee will give a clear picture of the blue-canyon and superb views of the golf course. A drive down the right is safest. If bunkered from the tee, make sure the next shot is from grass, or this easy looking blue-canyon could turn nasty! The second shot to the green is more downhill than its first appears- consider one less club.
392 Yards   357 Yards   345 Yards   333 Yards

blue-canyon 11 Par 5 HCP 1
The water crossing the fairway is reachable for the longer hitter on this slightly downhill tee shot. The ideal position is as close to the water as possible favouring the right side. This opens up the second shot landing area, well guarded by bunkers on the left and by palm trees over the fairway. Club selection and accuracy are critical on the approach to the long narrow green, with sand and then water on both sides.
600 Yards   570 Yards   544 Yards   524 Yards

blue-canyon 12 Par 4 HCP 5
OB right may be a factor for the short hitter. Longer drives erring right will run out of fairway or even reach the water. A well-struck drive down the "fast lane" on the left will gain extra roll. If laying up short of water with your second shot, keep left as the landing area slopes towards the lake on the right. If the blue-canyon is cut at the front of the green, a conservative approach shot beyond the flag will leave a very fast downhill putt.
440 Yards   392 Yards   354 Yards   330 Yards

blue-canyon 13 Par 4 HCP 15
From the tee, check the yardage very carefully. Select a tee shot line within your capabilities! For the big hitter, the line is just left of the far right bunker over the canyon. For others, aim at the bunker to the left of the trees at the corner of the canyon. Easy to miss this shallow green long, which then makes the up and down almost impossible. Putts from above the blue-canyon are extremely fast and break more than you expect toward the fairway.
390 Yards   373 Yards   365 Yards   356 Yards

blue-canyon 14 Par 3 HCP 13
Club selection is critical on this par 3. Take one and a half clubs less, or even two from the black tees to account for the drop to the green. It is difficult to feel the cross-winds so look at the flag and the surface of the water to determine strength and direction. Visualize the perfect ball flight and enjoy one of the most spectacular shots in golf.
194 Yards   169 Yards   143 Yards   128 Yards

blue-canyon 15 Par 5 HCP 7
A double dog-leg, left then right. The tee shot needs to avoid the bunker on the left and OB on the right. If the drive is short, it may be better to lay up to the water hazard that crosses the fairway. If attempting the carry, unseen traps on the right must also be avoided: In both cases, slightly left of the tallest tree beyond the fairway will be the best line. The green slopes mainly from left to right.
586 Yards   567 Yards   554 Yards   521 Yards
blue-canyon 16 Par 4 HCP 17
A good drive up the right side and a well executed short to medium iron will allow a putt for birdie. However, the approach shot over the front bunker must be soft landing, as putts level with or above the blue-canyon can be very awkward. PRO TIP: to hit this shot, feet closer together, ball position slightly more forward, brush the grass and finish high.
PRO TIP: to hit this shot, feet closer together, ball position slightly more fairway, brush the grass and finish high.
357 Yards   323 Yards   316 Yards   303 Yards

blue-canyon 17 Par 3 HCP 3
Described by Fred Couples as "one of the best Par 3's anywhere in the world", this exacting blue-canyon favours a left to right shot. Although it may not appear so, the blue-canyon is downhill and the green slopes from front to back, so select one club less than normal. Around the green getting up and down from anywhere else but long and left can be very difficult. The best option may be to aim there and chip close for a well-earned par.
221 Yards   212 Yards   197 Yards   178 Yards
blue-canyon 18 Par 4 HCP 9
From the black tee, a 260-yard drive is required to carry the lake. Even from the forward tees, most players opt for the sound strategy of keeping left. Flirt with the water only if the blue-canyon is cut left and you need a birdie! Do not attack the flag too hard. Bogey or worse is almost certain from behind the green.
PRO TIP:Tee up your ball as near as possible to the water to give the safest angle to the fairway.
403 Yards   304 Yards   327 Yards   303 Yards

Blue Canyon Country Club (Canyon Course) Price

(Include green fee, caddy fee and round-trip transfers)
Course Rate 1 Golfer Package 2 Golfer Package 3 Golfer Package 4 Golfer Package
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  • Rates are in Thai Baht and are inclusive of applicable government taxes.
  • Rate are effective November 1, 2012 until October 31, 2013


  • The Blue Canyon Canyon Course is a walking course and golf cart are not available.
  • Each golfer is required to take a caddy.
  • Collared polo shirt with tailored slacks or shorts, sock and golf shoes with soft spikes.

Caddy tip:

  • Recommended caddy tip 300 Baht/18blue-canyons. You can give directly to your caddy after the game.

Non – Golfer:

  • Accompanying non -golfer will be charged 400 Baht. You can be paid directly to the golf course.
  • Collared polo shirt with tailored slacks or shorts,s ock and golf shoes with soft spikes.

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