Barely a year since it opened, and the Siam Country Club Plantation Course already became the venue of the 2009 LPGA Thailand. This is quite a feat for this course designed by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley. The world famous Pattaya Beach and the Gulf of Thailand are always within sight – only 7 miles away! – from this 27-hole golf course. It is one of the longest golf courses in the country, and definitely the longest in Pattaya. It is also where one can find the first triple green in Asia. The rolling terrain of the course gives way to some rugged ravines in a few places, as if reminding everyone that the land used to be a plantation of tapioca and pineapple, hence the name. Tapioca and Pineapple were also used as names of the course’s two nines, in honor of the club’s past. A third nine was named the Sugarcane. Professional golfers love the challenge of dealing with the Plantation Course’s elevated greens, undulating fairways, giant high-lipped bunkers, and shaved fringes on every hole. Of course, they also wouldn’t say no to the spectacular views afforded by Siam Country Club Plantation Course.
Designed by: Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley, USA
Opened in: 2008
Closed on: Open everyday
Special Siam Country Club, Plantation Course 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.
Siam Country Club, Plantation Course Tee-Off Inquiry Form: