Located west of Bangkok, the Suwan Golf & Country Club stands out because of its rural setting. The course was designed by Major General Weerayudth Phetbuasak. The course was the host of the 2009 and 2010 Asian Tour International tournament. The Thailand Open was hosted on this course in 2011. As a whole, the course is challenging. The fairways present uneven lies. Majority of the greens have bunkers. Some of the holes change in elevation. Play on level fairways lead to built-up and well-guarded greens. Long and straight tee shots are needed on many of the holes, so that you can get past the hazards on the fairway. The course measures a total length of 7100 yards and shots need to be accurate to avoid the water and out of bounds areas. Doglegs will tempt you to take a shortcut which could result either in a reword or a heavy fine. Sand punishes overzealous players and can be deceiving. The most challenging holes are the par-5 2nd hole and the par-4 14th which has a water hazard and they call for careful club selection and shot planning. Other facilities on the course are its clubhouse which has a Thai restaurant, Japanese styled bath and Jacuzzi, modern locker rooms and rain showers. The caddies are very professional.
Designed by: Weeyos Design
Opened in: 2005
Closed on: Open everyday
Special Suwan Golf & 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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