The Thai course architect Pirapon Namatra laid out the course at Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin. Many consider the views from the short par three 15th tee across the ocean to Sing Toh island to be worth the green fee alone.
First opened in 2010, Blackstone is one of the most exclusive golf clubs in South Korea. It’s located in Icheon, to the east of Kyung Gi province, around a 90-minute drive from downtown Seoul...
Taiheiyo Club operates 18 golf courses in Japan and its flagship Gotemba course hosted the World Cup in 2001, an event won by the South African team of Ernie Els and Retief Goosen.
The 192-yard 16th is regarded as the signature hole at Sherwood Hills and this par three plays slightly uphill to a green that falls away on the left into a nest of deep bunkers.
The 27-hole Sagewood Yeosu Gyungdo Golf Resort boasts a marine theme park and 100 condominiums with swimming pools at a rental cost that won’t break the bank.
The Canyon course at Phuket’s Blue Canyon Country Club is one of Asia’s more exacting golfing examinations. It is not possible to play poorly here and score well.
The Old Course at Jagorawi Golf & Country Club was the first of two 18-hole Thomson, Wolveridge & Perret designs completed for the club and was built under the supervision of Ronald Fream.
The East and South nines at the 27-hole Blackstone Golf Resort may well comprise the best 18-hole configuration at the golf complex but the public North nine has some admirers.
Originally designed by Seiichi Inoue in 1960 with double greens, the West course at Ibaraki Country Club was renovated by Rees Jones creating single green complexes, reopening to acclaim in 2011.
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.