Built on the site of an old tin mine in Phuket, Red Mountain Golf Club was Jonathan Morrow's first 18-hole design and he made a fantastic job of routing fairways through dense vegetation and around rocky cliffs.
The Lakes course at Blue Canyon Country Club opened in 1999, eight years after the Canyon was created. Built on the site of an old mine, the fairways of the Lakes layout feature water hazards on all but one of the holes.
The Chiangmai Highlands Resort is located in the scenic hills of northwest Thailand. The Schmidt-Curley-designed golf course, which opened for play in 2005, is a shot maker's course, making full use of the rolling ground.
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.
Royal Gems Golf City is Asia’s first replica course and it was designed, or duplicated, by Ron Garl. The front nine comprises nine of the world’s most famous holes and the homeward nine is a replica of Augusta's back nine.
Singha Park Khon Kaen Golf Club is set some 250 miles to the northeast of Bangkok and the layout was fashioned by Golf East’s Pirapon Namatra across Singha Beer’s former wastewater disposal area.
Navatanee hosted the World Cup of Golf in 1975 which was won by the US team of Johnny Miller and Lou Graham. The event did more than anything else to instigate interest in the game in Thailand...
Opened in 1994 and designed by American architect J. Michael Poellot, formerly Vice President and Director of the Robert Trent Jones II Group, Rajpruek Golf Club is set in the heart of exotic Bangkok.
Configured with three returning 6-hole circuits, the 18-hole course at Nikanti Golf Club is a 2014 Pirapon Namatra design that’s set among former rice paddies to the west of Bangkok.
The course at St Andrews 2000 Golf Club is a Desmond Muirhead design where he set out fairways on rather hilly terrain. It plays to a par of 74, largely due to the layout featuring two par six holes.