Phokeethra Country Club was the first true international standard golf course to open in Cambodia in 2007. Designed to a championship standard this impressive layout will test your strategic skills to the full. Water comes into play on all but one hole, plus the final hole requires the player to negotiate a double water carry.
Sweeping fairways and generous greens gives Phokeethra Country Club its distinctive feel. Natural lagoons and water hazards are abundant which just adds to the beauty of this 7,327 yards course. Four tees are available on each hole ensuring golfers without the ability to play a tour length layout can enjoy their game.
A driving range is planned to open in the near future. There is a pitching green and putting green located close to the clubhouse allowing you to perfect your skills before your round commences. A very inviting clubhouse and restaurant awaits on completion. Whilst on the course make sure you get a view of the restored Khmer ‘Roluh’ bridge between the 9th green and 10th tee. As Phokeethra Country Club’s moto states, “Tee-off in the 11th century, finish your round in the 21st century”.