Of the tens of thousands of golf courses in operation in the world, no golf course is like any other. In addition to natural factors such as terrain, climate, design style, and participation rights, how to find a suitable golf course for amateur players?

Public golf course

This is a golf course for everyone, with no membership fees. The player only has to pay the green fee. Anyone can pay a low fee to play golf.

These golf courses are popular in developed countries, often built by the government or the government to create conditions for everyone to play golf. In addition, there are private golf courses built on a large scale.

Semi-Private & Resort Golf Course

A combination of membership and visitors. Golfers have the option of paying a daily golf fee or buying a long-term membership card. Members and resort guests at the resort are given priority to golf at the main time frame, other subjects can only play golf at certain hours with a high fee.

Private Golf course

In contrast to the Public golf course, this is a golf course only for members and guests. This type of golf course usually has a high membership fee to limit the number of guaranteed quality of service and privacy of members. The characteristic of these golf courses is located near the city center.

Links Course

This type of golf course is located near the coast, located on thin sandy strips, lawns, sand dunes and always high winds year round. Called golf links because these elements are combined together. The sandy yard has undulating fairway, lots of sand dunes with deep sand traps, little or no trees.

Parkland Course

Golf courses are favored and popular in countries with developed golf industry such as the US and Europe. This type of golf course is characterized by many large trees, shrubs, fairway all year round, well cared for. The bunkers are also arranged with dense density creating difficulty for the yard. Park golf courses are often located inland, but some are built near the coast.