Republic of the Union of Myanmar – better known as Burma – is a country of diversity and many different languages. Myanmar was long considered an outcast nation due to its military coup in 1962 and the sickening human rights record that followed. Nowadays Myanmar is slowly reforming and decades of international isolation drew to a close in 2012, due in no small part to the democracy fighter, Aung San Suu Kyi.

As a former outpost of the British Empire there are plenty of golf courses in Myanmar with most of the better layouts situated close to Yangon, the capital city. The potential for wonderful golfing holidays in Burma is enormous and the country is waiting to be rediscovered.

We’d like to understand the full potential of golf in Myanmar – some reports suggest that there are as many as 80 golf courses in the country – so if you can throw any more light on the subject, we’d love to hear from you. We feel the best course in Myanmar was designed by Gary Player. Pun Hlaing Golf Club is located to the northwest of Rangoon and if you've played it, please write a review.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Myanmar

Pun Hlaing

1st Myanmar Ranking

Gary Player could never have imagined the storm of protest that would arise in his native South Africa from his design work at Pun Hlaing Golf Club…


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Royal Mingalardon

2nd Myanmar Ranking

Opened in the mid-1990s, Royal Mingalardon Golf & Country Club occupies a substantial portion of Mitsui & Co.’s 3,000-acre township development at Mingalardon Garden City...


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3rd Myanmar Ranking

The landscape is rather flat at this golfing oasis, the fairways are lightly bunkered and there are no water hazards to speak of so Bagan Golf Club is more of a resort course than a championship-standard layout.


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