The golf course itself has been designed around a large central lake and this is where you will find the main resort building. The first tee is just along from the clubhouse and provides a gentle introduction to the course with a mostly straight par-4 with a circular green protected by one bunker.
The second hole of this 18-hole set-up is a par-3 and this is where water comes into play for the first time. The fairways throughout the course are quite narrow and those who are accurate off the tee as opposed to long will enjoy plenty of success. However ,there are four tee boxes to choose from on each hole so every player will feel comfortable during a round at Mae Jo Golf Club and Resort.
Water comes back into play again on the par-4 5th hole and you must decide if you are going to take on the water with an approach direct to the green or lay-up on the left side of the fairway. This is one example of many strategic options at Mae Jo Golf Club and Resort. The doglegs and water mean you can play over the hazard or take the safer, but longer route to the green.
Mae Jo Golf Club and Resort has built a good reputation for itself since opening in 2004 and continues to host major tournaments in Chiang Mai. A good example is the Singha Chiang Mai Open, which the golf course hosted in 2019 and featured a group of professional players on the All Thailand Tour Golf.
Having completed a round, the contemporary clubhouse is a lovely place to relax. You will find a nice range of dishes available in the restaurant and you can enjoy a meal and drink while watching the golfers teeing off below. In addition, you will find a locker room, pro-shop and driving range facilities.