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Nikanti Golf Club, Thailand, Looks to UK for a Course Superintendent

12.53pm 6th February 2019 - People

Nikanti Golf Club (pictured above) is famed for being the best golf course in Thailand, with a fantastic golf course and stunning clubhouse facilities. It is a new, exciting development with a unique concept that puts a large focus on service and a quality product.

They are now seeking a Course Superintendent to work alongside the agronomic consultant to elevate the golf course to become one of Asia’s finest golfing destinations.

Nikanti Golf Club is in the Nakhon Pathom province, the Southwest part of the capital, which takes approximately one hour from downtown Bangkok. The par-72 course comprising three six-hole layouts, each individual layout consisting of two par threes, two par fours and two par fives. The design allows for starts at three different points on the course in addition to flexibility in number of holes played. The course measures 6,789 yards from the back tees, Nikanti is certainly challenging even for scratch golfers.

The UK’s strong reputation for producing outstanding Head Greenkeepers and Course Managers throughout the world makes it the obvious target for Nikanti Golf Club’s new position. Commenting on the exciting role, Debbie White of GBN Jobs says, “This is a really fantastic position for a qualified and experienced person who wants to test their knowledge and skills in a different country and completely different climate.

“It’s certainly a premium facility and would add a great deal to even the most experienced Head Greenkeeper or Course Manager. As such, we expect applications to come in thick and fast.”

If you wish to learn more about the position, please see the following link

Nikanti Golf Club


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