A Trent Jones Jr. design, President Country Club lies among open marshland and flat fields with tall grass and reeds, abundant in fish and migratory birds. Each hole requires a unique approach. Even though the East course is shorter than the West and South combined it has some challenges. Open marshland can be found around the North (1-9) and East (10-18). The North/East course feels somewhat like a park due to the numerous water hazards on the back-nine dogleg and the bunkers on the green. The greens are characteristically small making it necessary to take an accurate approach. Each hole has trees, gentle earth mounding and water hazards that define and separate them. The final par-4 hole has a reasonable length has to share the last green and small lake with the 18th on the West/South course. The West (1-9) and South (10-18) have the outward and inward holes lying parallel to each other. Deep bunkers protect the greens that run fast and true. The landscape on the West undulates more than on the south hence it is the best for the President's four out-and-back loops. Marshland and small lakes frequently come into play. The par-5 18th leads back to the clubhouse which has a pro shop, a coffee shop that serves international and Thai dishes, Jacuzzi, sauna and outdoor swimming pool.
Designed by: Robert Trent Jones Jr.
Opened in: 1993
Closed on: Open everyday
Special President Country Club Green-Fees
The following rates are in Thai Baht per person and are inclusive of green fee, caddie fee and all tax and services charges.
The above rates are valid from 1 January 2013 until 1 December 2014.
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