The Bangkok Wanderers Golf Club is a friendly society comprised of fairly eclectic, sometimes eccentric, individuals living in and around Bangkok. We come together twice a month or so for fun golf tournaments, playing strictly under the rules of the R&A, and during each year wander to some of Thailand’s finest golf courses. Membership is open and a Wanderers handicap will be assessed after submitting cards at three events.
Royal Lat Krabang
|Sun 17th Feb Registration open||Stableford|
|Sat 2nd Mar 07:00 registration opens 18-Feb||Medal|
|Sat/sun 16-17 registration opens 18-feb||McKenzie Cup (pairs)|
|Sun 31st Mar 11:30 registration opens 3rd Mar||Masters|
Annual competitions links
BWGC V Londoners 2019
Congratulations to BWGC on defeating Londoners in their Annual Match 20 pts to 12.
Club Championship 2018
Congratulations to Shawn Mathavorn on winning the 2018 Club Championships. Nick Toon took the scratch champion and senior champion
Captain’s Cup 2018
New Venue this year Palm Hills in Hua Hin, Congratulations to our winner Phil Mulligan. Flight A winner David Pike, Flight B winner Mark Adderley and Flight C winner Ken Kane. Also a mention to Tony Jeffreys who shot a wonderful net 65 on day 2
The DOC Trophy 2018
Congratulations to Paul Wyatt, winner of the DOC Trophy. In this two-day event (par/bogey format).Paul has a tremendous 2 day score of +8 and was awarded the Trophy by Lynda and Chris O’Callaghan
Magpie Putter 2018
Congratulations to Wanderers in winning the Magpie Putter by a significant margin from the British Club.
The Masters 2018
Congratulations to Nuntavat Weerachattevun, winner of the 2018 Masters with a fine 69 net winning on countback from Neil Flanagan, with Thorsten Leppek a close 3rd on 70
MacKenzie Cup 2018
Congratulations to the pair of Phil Mulligan and John Siena, winners of the 2018 MacKenzie Cup -Held at Soi Dao with a fine total of 127 (64,63) over the two days. Runners up Andy and Karen.
Congratulations to the pair of Johnny Jones and Shawn Mathavorn, winners of the 2018 Matchplay -beating Richard Jones and Ed Jones 2&1 in the final