LAEM CHABANG INTERNATIONAL COUNTRY CLUB
At “Laem Chabang International Country Club” everyone enjoys the feeling of being close to nature in this lush and exotic course designed by famed golfer, Jack Nicklaus. This world-class golf course consists of 27 holes on 700 acres and each hole is different depending on its environment.
While visiting Thailand, be certain that you don’t miss out the world standard golf course at Laem Chabang International Country Club. Designed and recommended by Jack Nicklaus, Laem Chabang is simply the best spot for spending you holiday in Thailand.
BURAPHA GOLF AND RESORT
Burapha Golf Club, previously a members-only course, has hosted several professional tournaments including the 2010 Thailand Open and several Singha Thailand Championships. The 36 holes at Burapha have been designed to take full advantage of the beauty of the land and its natural features – lakes, hills, palms trees and tropical vegetation, all skillfully landscaped.
PATTANA GOLF CLUB AND RESORT
Pattana Golf Club & Resort is an all encompassing recreational sports resort destination dedicated to individuals, families, and groups with a healthy inspired way of living.
Located a mere 90 minutes from Bangkok, and neighboring the coastal areas of Bangsaen, Pattaya, and Rayong, the 400-acre resort property boasts a 27-hole championship golf course, full range of premium accommodations, amenities, meeting and event facilities, and a quality stadium with a 7,000-person capacity.
SIAM COUNTRY CLUB ROLLING HILLS
The Siam Country Club’s Rolling Hills Course is located 2.5 kilometers past the Waterside Course on the way to Chee Chan Mountain. The Brian Curley designed track makes use of traditional elements more commonly found on mature parkland courses which have stood the test of time.
The font nine moves away from the clubhouse on relatively flattish land. It has more of an open feel to it with hardly any foliage or large trees on the property. Hole 5 is unique in it has two greens which can be switched in and out to change the length and difficulty.