The Windsor Park Golf & Sports Club designed by Golfplan Ronald Fream & David Dale of the USA created this natural large park setting on the outskirts of Bangkok makes it ideal for golf visitors. With more than 6,000 colorful plants and trees, the play is relaxed and nature-oriented.
Tree-lined fairways, greenside bunkers, sweeping creeks and ponds, and sloping greens exemplify the challenges at Windsor Park.
Formerly known as Panya Park, Windsor Park boasts two 18-hole courses with the A, B and C Courses being older and contrasting D Course coming on stream in 2006. Although the golf course tends to be short, water comes into play on almost every hole, so accuracy is a must. Greens are very undulated but kept on the slow side to cater to golfers of all abilities.
The Lagoon (A Course) / Palm (B Course) combination, stretches to just over 6900 yards of classic parkland golf, with lovely landscaping. On the A Course opening hole, tall palms line the fairway, while water makes the first of many appearances, seriously protecting the approach shot to a well-bunkered green. Quite often, the view from the tee will feature a good-width fairway, flanked by substantial bunkering on one side and vast stretch on the other.
Approach shots include water carries to island greens, sharp dog-legs, or deep greenside bunkering. Even though some of the holes run parallel to each other, the area in between holes is densely forested. The par-3 3rd hole on the B Course features solid bunkers from tee and green.