Unveiled in 1991, the award-winning Canyon Course has since been the ultimate golfing experience for many golfers. The Canyon Course ranks as one of the most distinguished and prestigious championship golf courses in Asia. The striking masterpiece by renowned architect Yoshikazu Kato was sculpted with minimal disruption to the original landscape of an abandoned tin mine flanked by rubber plantations. The first golf course to ever host the Johnnie Walker Classic thrice in the tournament’s history, in 1994, 1998 & 2007, the Canyon Course is the top venue for major events. It has hosted the Honda Invitational, the BMW International World Final, The Thailand Open, Blue Canyon Tiger Skins & Thai Airways International Thailand Open.
|Year Established: 1991||Tee Distances||Course Rating||Slope Rating|
|Course Rating: 74.8||Black – 7,244 yards||74.8||141|
|Par:72||Blue – 6,664 yards||73||137|
|Fairway Grass: Zoysia matrella||White – 6,330 yards||71.4||134|
|Grass on Green: TifEagle||Red – 5,943 yards||75.2||134|