Pay to Play
$3 per day
Best time of the year. 18 holes on weekends and 9 on weekdays. Byahhh
The course is a par 3 course. Challenging yet still fun for beginners. Lots of palm tree wooded holes with a few wide open shots to really unleash. So when you get that Temple Fatigue then cruise out to the course. We have a small restaurant and discs to rent or buy just before hole 1. Uncle Pich is the local to ask for when it’s your first visit. He will show you the course and can help advise as to what discs to use. $1 a disc to rent. All active rice fields are OB as well as all water reservoirs. On holes 4-5 the water is casual.
Custom made to championship PDGA dimensions. Targets
Mixed Use, Hotel/Resort, Private Land
Drinking Water Available
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"An amazing course, some fun holes and full of lovely people. Play here and support them in growing disc golf in Cambodia."
"Great course, better people. "
"Nice little but challinging 9 holes course at the beautiful surrounding of the countryside of Siem Reap. A lot of dense bushes and palm trees guardig the smal gabs you have to hit. For big arms often times you have the opportunity to go over everything. Really nice community is located in Siem Reap. I had a lot of fun with you guys. There is also a Bar with good and drinks - perfect. And they offer accomodations via Airbnb."
"Super unique experience and story behind this course. Growing the sport into Cambodia! Came 7am on my last day after exploring the temples. They setup the baskets for me, a few locals played. Local children helped recover discs in the water. I bought 2 discs since the stamp is super dope. It was a 20min tuktuk (3$) from pub street main area. The last 1km is dirt road that can be wet and bumpy. I wouldn't suggest riding a bike/scooter yourself unless you're very comfortable on one. "
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