Myotha National Golf Course is known for its challenging design and desert style environment, with dry, scrubby terrain and deep arroyos winding through the course. The course boasts wide Zeon Zoysia fairways and undulating multi - tiered Champion Bermuda Greens with rugged features and deep bunker complexes.
As described by Brian Curley the property is quite unique as it evokes the characteristics of the south west United States where an arid climate produces a landscape that is stunningly contrasted from the typical lush environments of south East Asia. The result is a striking contrast of swaths of green Zeon Zoysia grass set amongst set amongst the stark and rugged natural surrounds.
Length is certainly a key with the back tees stretched over to 8000 yards but the forward tees are set at comfortable distances for all to enjoy. There has been great effort taken to create 18 holes individual and holes that will be easily recalled. At the same time, the course incorporates many unifying features and themes so that it reads as one consistent design.
Myotha National Ranked 72 in the top 100 Golf Courses Asia Pacific Region Awards is a special recognition to all involved in this project.