Chee Chan Golf Resort voted best

Chee Chan Golf Resort voted best

Chee Chan Golf Resort is situated next to the Chee Chan Buddha Mountain.
Chee Chan Golf Resort is situated next to the Chee Chan Buddha Mountain.

Pattaya: Chee Chan Golf Resort has been voted Thailand's Best Golf Course 2020 at the seventh World Golf Awards.

"We are delighted to hear that Chee Chan Golf Resort has been voted the best golf course in Thailand of the year 2020. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to all voters who have dedicated their valuable time to support us," Chee Chan Golf Resort CEO Narit Chia-Apar said.

"We would like to express our appreciation to our attentive staff in keeping the golf course in perfect condition."

For the selection process, the World Golf Awards asked golfers and golf fans to vote on their favourite courses on its website since the beginning of the year until Sept 1.

A total of 19 courses in Thailand were nominated.

The World Golf Awards, launched in 2014, is part of the World Travel Awards and aimed to lift the standards within the golf industry.

The seventh World Golf Awards ceremony was held in Dubai last month.

Chee Chan Golf Resort has also been named the Best Golf Course in Thailand for 2020 by Golf Digest magazine.

It was voted the Most Memorable Golf Course in Asia by Destination Golf Asia magazine in 2019 and was named the Best New Golf Course in Asia Pacific at the Asian Golf Awards 2019.

Chee Chan Golf Resort is situated on 550 rai of land in a stunning location next to the famed Chee Chan Buddha Mountain in Pattaya.

For more information about the awards-winning course, visit www.cheechangolf.com.

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