“Tee off in the 11th century. Finish your round in the 21st century”
The Sofitel-managed Phokeethra Country Club in Siem Reap was the first true international-standard golf course to open in Cambodia in 2007. In its first four years Phokeethra staged the Asian Tour Cambodian Open with Thongchai Jaidee as one of its winners. In our opinion this is the most challenging golf course in Cambodia.
The course features a unique artifact with the ancient Roluh bridge, build in the 11th century by the Khmer empire and lies next to the clubhouse which you will see when you make your way to the first tee.
The clubhouse has an open air restaurant with view on the 18th green while there is also an airconditioned dining area. The restaurant offers guests a blend of international and local favorites along with a full selection of beverages.
- Clubhouse with indoor and outdoor seating
- Golf clubs, shoes and club rental
- Chipping and putting green
Every guest is welcomed with a cold towel, a refreshing beverage prepared from local herbs and, of course, a smile.
This modern 7,145-yard, 18-hole, par 72 course boasts an exclusive golfing experience in a refined country club setting for professional and casual golfers alike.
• Standard rate: USD120
• Sofitel guests: USD 72
• Caddy and buggy: USD 30
(rates from the website as seen on Jan 2017)
Telephone: +855 (0) 63 96 4600
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