Laem Chabang Golf Club in Pattaya comes away as picturesque and was designed by Jack Nicklaus. It consists of 27 holes set upon 700 acres and utilizes 3 kinds of features characteristic of the individual nine holes present. The handiwork is hailed widely for its unique usage of mixed terrain comprising of lakes, mountains plus functional and lovely river valleys.
Every particular form of terrain corresponds to the 9-hole course uniquely, thus the naming system of Lake, Valley and Mountain. Rolling Hills of surrounding countryside are utilized to great effect. A lot of bunkers, water hazards are present too within the Laem Chabang course, together with natural hazards shaped as exposed rock formations, ponds, creeks and lakes.
The 3,446-yard long Mountain 9 plays around multiple hills. You require squeezing the ball through lush vegetation barrier, to access the abundant space available at the target. Hole 2 is a par-3 wonderfully fronted downhill shot. Natural undulations are available to challenge the course plus occasional water hazards and excellent sprawling bunkers protecting sides and front of multiple well-elevated greens. Lake 9, 3419-yards long has a stream crisscrossing most holes. The 3,619-yard Valley 9 is longest, being shaped in foothills of surrounding mountains.