Majesty Queen Rambhai Barni

Her Majesty Queen Rambhai Barni, the wife and Queen of King Prachadhipok or King Rama VII, grew the teak tree for the auspicious prosperity  at the fairway, hole 15 of the golf course.

“This project has been embarked upon in implementation in B.E. 2506 (1963) that could not be  implemented quite smoothly. The golf course was initially constructed in B.E. 2510 (1967).                             In B.E.2512 (1969) the golf course has been firstly available 3 holes of its west-side, by setting the hole 3 as the hole 1 at the present time, the hole 4 as the hole 2 and the hole 5 as the hole 3 including the plant where was stored the construction equipment, was improved to be temporary association building”.

Her Majesty Queen Rambhai Barni, the wife and Queen of King Prachadhipok or King Rama VII, inscribed an abbreviation of her royal name “ Rore  Pore” on the pedestal of stone on the fairway, hole 15.

The Committee discussed and resolved to welcome and assigned M.R.Theppayapng   Dhevakul to inform the invitation for the golf playing at the golf course Krungthep Kreetha. Her Majesty gave her royal grace to come, on 27th  November B.E. 2512 (1969) at 03.00 pm. Her Majesty played golf on the golf course hole 10 to hole 18

Her Majesty Queen Rambhai Barni, the wife and Queen of King Prachadhipok or King Rama VII, sat on the floating house “Wanlapa-Wan la Par (a day a par)”

“This His Majesty ‘s coming, the committee  resolved to build the Thai-style floating house at the middle of the pond between the hole 15 and the hole 17 for His Majesty ‘s relaxation and water drinking after playing golf. His Majesty was very pleased with the Thai-style floating house and gave the name of this floating house as ““Wanlapa-Wan la Par (a day a par)”, unfortunately this floating house was burnt later in July B.E. 2517. (1974)”

“Afterwards, His Majesty always came to play golf and drank water in the evening at the association several times. The committee prepared the place for His Majesty ’s pavilion and water drinking at the upstairs of the Association”.