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Best Golf in Siem Reap
The first world class international golf course in Siem Reap that can give you a unique golfing experience nearby one of the world’s main heritage sites, Angkor Wat.
Phokeethra Country Club is also ranked amongst the top five of the Best New Courses in Asia by Asian Golf Monthly Magazine and also is ranked as the Top Investment by TTG Magazine.
Phokeethra Country Club
The Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort managed Phokeethra Country Club adds to the world-class Cambodian golf. This course hosted the 2009 Johnnie Walker Classic and 2010 Cambodian Open, and is one of the premier Cambodia golf courses. The location is perfect for golf visitors nestled in the countryside of Siem Reap, a short transfer from the Resort. Between the 9th green and 10th tee is the restored “Roluh” bridge, dating back to the 11th century Khmer Empire. The clubhouse features five-star amenities, making it perfect for anyone who wishes to play the best golf in Cambodia. The clubhouse includes a restaurant serving Western, Khmer and Asian favourites, comfortable locker and shower facilities, a pro shop stocked with the latest branded golf gear and souvenirs, plus spa services to unwind after the round. This is the best golf in Siem Reap!
One of best golf in Siem Reap, Phokeethra Country Club has a superb course. A combination of Paspalum grasses are used on both fairways and greens, which gives the golf course its deep green colour and ensures a high standard of course conditions all year round. The 7,145-yard, 18-hole course reflects Phokeethra Country Club’s dedication to creating an exclusive golfing experience. Sweeping fairways and generous greens give the course a distinctive layout and feel. Natural lagoons and sand traps thread through the greens to challenge golfers of all abilities. The course provides a good mix of tricky par 3s, and individual par 4s and par 5s which require a combination of long drives and good direction control to score well.
A challenging championship calibre layout features water on all but one hole and concludes with the signature double water carry 18th-hole that offers a daunting final shot into a challenging island green. This may well require some practice! The club has practice facilities consisting of separate pitching and putting greens, which are located close to the clubhouse, allowing golfers a chance to practice their skills before heading out on the course.