Silky Oaks Golf Club is the latest additional golf course of the St.Andrews 2000 group. It shares the same venue with the famous St. Andrews 2000, and the Rayong Green Valley. It's distinctively named after a native of Australian tree that resembles pine tree and is the main tree planted throughout the golf course. The backside of the leaf has the colour of silver gray colour that looks attractively with the wind. It is
conceptually designed to differentiate itself from the other traditional designs of other golf courses in the area. Offering golfers a different feel than St.Andrews 2000 and Green Valley courses, it ideally has wider fairways and larger greens but yet requires a decent short game. The
half-way house is located on top of the hill that has breathakingly 360 panoramic view.
Design - Very good considering the staff at the Club designed it
Playability - Good for medium to low handicap golfers
Course Conditions - Good conditions for a new course - only 9 Holes