Thai - Central Thailand - Thailand

Thai Country Club,
88 Moo 1,
Thambon Pimpa,
Bangpakong District,
Chacheongsao 24180,
Thailand


  • +66 (2) 651 5300-6

  • Jean-Pierre Schneider

  • Denis Griffiths

  • Daniel Wyborn

The Thai Country Club just outside of Bangkok was a very new course when it hosted the Asian Honda Classic in 1997. The extensive remodelling of a 20-year-old course that had previously existed on the site had just been completed. Almost to script, Tiger Woods won the tournament by 10 shots setting a course record of 64 on the way.

The club operates principally as a members’ club but will take visitors on weekdays. Visitors can also play at weekends provided they are guests of the Peninsula Hotel in Bangkok. The clubhouse is the most luxurious in Asia more akin to a luxury hotel.

The course feels very modern and North American – an impression backed up by the presence of large irregular shaped bunkers, fairways that sweep with large variations in width, the presence of mounds just off the fairways and uniquely shaped greens.

Re-produced with kind permission from The Finest Golf Courses of Asia & Australasia by James Spence.

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Description: The Thai Country Club just outside of Bangkok was a very new course when it hosted the Asian Honda Classic in 1997. Almost to script, Tiger Woods won the tournament by 10 shots setting a course record of 64 on the way. Rating: 6.3 out of 10 Reviews: 4
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Madhav

The vast majority of leisure golfers that have played this course cannot stop raving about the experience. Superb hospitality, first class facilities, outstanding f&b and great course condition. Well i agree with all that too and understand why many golfers love this course. As do I. It is true that Thai Country Club like many other golf courses in Bangkok area are on flat ground, which sort of limits the shot making experience. But at the same time, I cant say that the course is devoid of challenge, especially if you are a medium handicapper like me or a high handicapper. It is not as hard as Alpine or Nikanti, but there is no reason to miss this on a premium golfing experience in Bangkok. To read more about Thai country club and the the other top golf courses in Bangkok you can visit my blog https://www.golftripz.com/blog/bangkok-best-golf-c...

June 21, 2020
7 / 10
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M. James Ward

The facility provides first rate care and attention to those who are members and their guests. Unfortunately, the layout is primarily vanilla in its architectural pedigree. The holes are mainly flat and water is used as a constant hazard because of the lack of ground movement. Shotmaking prowess is lacking and the hole differentiation is simply not evident. There are a number of courses in the Bangkok area that equate the non-golf elements as no less important than the actual golf course experience. I have no issue with that but the real reason core golfers go to a given facility is the special characteristics tied to the design of the layout. There's no question the course was in fine shape when I played it -- although I am not a fan of the turf grass since the wherewithal for the ball to roll is fairly limited. But the headliner for any facility needs to be the course and the benchmark I subscribe to is that the design must have elements that truly stand apart on their own merits. That's not the case here.

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September 25, 2017
4 / 10
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DAVID LAIRD
October 01, 2017

I played Thai Country Club in December 2016 and I was not a member and I was not staying at the Peninsula Hotel. I played as a bog standard green fee player albeit with the manager of the Duchess Hotel in Bangkok, but he is a member of Amata Springs. The course is good but nothing special. I cannot remember any of the holes but the Clubhouse was luxurious and welcoming. Worth playing but a bit overpriced. As one the reviewers said there are better courses in Thailand.

Tim Johns
Played in Dec 2013. Condition wise the course is excellent. The terrain is very flat as are most Bangkok courses. This is just a good layout, with excellent conditions. No real standout holes. The fairways are narrow and the rough quite long. Greens were excellent. Caddies and clubhouse service was very good. Payed about 5,000 baht. A little expensive in my opinion
January 07, 2014
8 / 10
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number1hacker
I played this course last year. It was the first "premier" course I played in Thailand. After 18 holes I was not overly impressed. Condition of the course is second to none but layout was pretty standard, none of the holes being that memorable. I have played a lot better courses in Thailand for a quarter of the price. All that said the club house and service is first class but I don't go to a golf course to be pampered.
August 28, 2012
6 / 10
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