The Old course at Siam Country Club was redesigned by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley, reopening for play in 2007. A trio of holes regarded as the “Amen Corner” of Thai golf feature between the 15 and 17.
The 27-hole Plantation course at Siam Country Club is a Schmidt-Curley design that opened for play in 2008. It’s laid out in three loops of nine, appropriately named Sugar Cane, Tapioca, and Pineapple.
Rolling Hills is the fourth 18-hole layout to open at the burgeoning Siam Country Club. Unveiled in 2019, Rolling Hills is a Brian Curley design that’s located to the south of the Old course. The “wall of death” in front of the par five 15th green will not be quickly forgotten.
Stone Valley doesn’t quite match Brian Curley’s defunct Leader’s Peak course at Stone Forest in China for sheer drama, but Stone Valley does have a bunch of interesting green complexes and an impressive limestone backcloth.
The North course at Vidbynäs Golf Club (formerly called the Axa) opened for play in 2004 and it was designed by American architects Brian Curley and Lee Schmidt...
The South course at Vidbynäs Golf Club opened soon after the North in 2004. Designed by Brian Curley and Lee Schmidt, Curley reckons Vidbynäs is “a special golf experience in a truly special place”.
The Faldo-designed championship course at the Wilderness Club is just one of a number of sporting options available to members at this private residential development.
Laid out by Schmidt-Curley Design, the 18-hole course at Yulongwan Golf Club occupies a rugged mountainside property, with fairways routed around natural forests and a lovely tranquil lake.