Sea Pines Golf Course is set along Gulf of Thailand within Suan Son Pradiphat, meaning Sea Pine Tree Garden. It is designed creatively within huge tract of land, originally owned by Royal Forestry Department, prior to being repossessed by Royal Thai Army. Majority of Sea Pines is composed of bracken pine trees, being enriched by oceanic and mountainous beauty.
The design and layout of this golf course is developed to offer players the ultimate challenge in golfing. Difficulty of play here largely depends upon wind conditions. It features six holes lying on beachside towards mountains and divided by railroad. Dogleg 12th par-5 hole is among the most challenging, since its design conveys protection through fairway bunkers plus water hazard along right-hand section. Players are afforded protection via fairway and water hazard to the right side.
A small bunker found towards middle of fairway creates dilemma&dash. The dogleg par-5 a  16th hole requires drive to narrow fairway downhill to avoid water-hazards on both sides. Golfers shooting down the second hole have panoramic view of scenic mountains and ocean. Pin replacement and wind effects could render the 17th par-3 a challenge. A canal forms major hazard of play on par-4 finishing hole.