Siam Country Club Old Course is one of the more famous Thailand golf courses. When it was built in 1971, it was the first privately owned golf course in the country. The Old Course was closed in 2006-2007 for a complete renovation by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley from the USA. The original hole routing was for the most part kept intact, while all aspects of the course were modernized and brought up to international championship levels.
Since reopening in 2007 the golf course has hosted several international golf tournaments including the annual Honda LPGA Classic from 2010 onwards. As expected the course is impeccably maintained and kept in excellent playing condition year round.
The Siam Country Club Plantation Course is simply an amazing golf course. Home to the 2009 US LGPA and the 2015 Thailand Open, the Pattaya course plays as difficult as any golf course in Thailand. Nothing was spared by designers Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley.
This 27-hole layout is routed through rolling terrain, with distant panoramic views of Pattaya Beach and Laem Chabang Port. Formerly a tapioca and pineapple plantation, the property’s geological and natural characteristics include rugged ravines bisecting its Paspalum fairways and mature trees augmented by landscape ground cover and plantings. The Plantation Course also features significant elevation changes that result in breathtaking sea views of Gulf of Thailand 11 kilometers away.
Address: 50 Moo 9, T.Pong, A.Banglamung, Chonburi 20150 Thailand.
No. of Holes: (Plantation)27, (Old) 18
Par/Length: (Plantation)72/36 / 7495 yards, (Old)72/7016 yards
Designer: (Plantation) Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley, (Old) Schmidt-Curley
Course Transport: Cart