The West course at Lam Luk Ka Country Club is a 1994 Roger Packard design and it may be billed as the club’s “resort” course, but it’s no pushover, with water coming into play at no fewer than fifteen holes.
The course at Panorama Golf and Country Club is part of a residential development in Khao Yai National Park and the tree-lined playing corridors have been expertly set out on a rolling landscape of wooded hills and verdant valleys.
Located a short 45-minute drive west of downtown Bangkok, the Gary Roger Baird-designed course at Royal Gems Golf and Sports Club hosted the Chang Thailand Senior Masters on the European Senior Tour in 2010.
Laid out by Perry Dye, the course at Southern Hills Golf and Country Club is set in the south of the country, near the border with Malaysia, where fairways are routed along a narrow river valley which is surrounded by dense jungle.
Designed by the prolific Japanese architect Yoshikazu Kato of Blue Canyon fame, the golf course at Kabin Buri Sport Club is Thailand’s longest golf course which measures an eye-watering 8,075 yards from the tips.
Local architect Artanan Yomchida formed the 18 holes at Evergreen Hills Golf Club and Resort in the early 1990s and he arranged the fairways in two loops that return to a central clubhouse position.
Rayong Green Valley Country Club is one of three golfing properties owned by St Andrews 2000 Ltd. and it’s a 1992 Peter Thomson & Michael Wolveridge creation that’s sympathetically routed across gently undulating ground.
Set out close to the Chonburi - Pattaya Highway, the East and West 18-hole layouts at Burapha Golf Club were designed by Gary Panks and touring professional David Graham to make the very most of the rolling terrain.
The Sea Pine Golf Course is an integral component of a Royal Thai Army Sports Centre, with a railway line separating the opening and closing holes from the remainder of the 18-hole layout. The facility was developed for the convalescence of Thai army officials.
Carved from the dense jungle that prevails across much of southern Thailand, Rajjaprabha Dam Golf Course lies close to Khao Sok National Park, where this dramatic 18-hole layout was constructed by the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand.