Pattaya, Thailand: The latest Golfplan golf course design has been officially unveiled.
Laid out on 550 rai of land in a stunning location next to the famed Chee Chan Buddha Mountain, Chee Chan Golf Resort is being touted as ‘a dream golf destination’.
The facility offers five-star international standard services amid picturesque surroundings. The centerpiece is the 18-hole layout sculpted by David Dale, Principal at Golfplan, a Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
Chartered Square Holding Company Limited, the developers, invested more than one billion Thai baht in the project. It is one of the three biggest investments the company has made in a single project.
Narit Chia-Apar, Chairman of Chartered Square Holding Company, presided over the grand opening ceremony, which was attended by a host of special guests and media.
Narit said: “I love golf. I know how golfers think and what they want. I know the level of service that is expected, and so I built the course based on the needs of myself as a golfer, and not just as an investor.
“Whatever I see fit to give the best impression for our visitors, I will make sure that we have it here. I wish for everyone who visits us to get the best golf experience. That will be the best return on investment for us.”
IMG, an Executive Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation, has been appointed to provide golf marketing and operations services.
Attention to detail has been paid in aiming to ensure the course is environmentally friendly, while the clubhouse is equipped with a wide variety of amenities and world-class services, including well-appointed locker rooms, Golf Shop, as well as different types of cuisine guaranteed to please every palate.
The View restaurant offers amazing vistas of the Buddha engraving on Chee Chan Mountain as well as panoramic views of the course, and the Pattaya skyline in the distance.
“We are proud to stand behind our vision: Chee Chan Golf Resort – A Dream Golf Destination in Pattaya,” said Narit.
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