Course Maintenance

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Last updated on April 11, 2018

Bangkok

  • Alpine Golf & Sports Club – course is currently undergoing coring green since April 3 and green conditions may temporarily affect the playing conditions of the green surfaces for up to 2 weeks
  • Amata Spring Country Club – course is currently undergoing coring green since April 8 until April 13 and green conditions may temporarily affect the playing conditions of the green surfaces for up to 2 weeks
  • Kiarthi Thanee Country Club is currently closed for renovations until April 2019
  • Lam Lukka Country Club – course will close from April 16-17 for the Songkran holidays
  • Lotus Valley Golf Resort – course will be undergoing coring green from April 23 and green conditions may temporarily affect the playing conditions of the green surfaces for up to 2 weeks
  • Nikanti Golf Club – course is currently closed since April 2 until April 12 for the annual maintenance program. Course will re-open for play on April 13 and conditions may temporarily affect the playing conditions of the green surfaces for a week and the fairways for up to 2 weeks,
    Course will close for private events on May 2, May 10 & 11, May 14 to 18 and May 21 to 24
  • Riverdale Golf Club – course will be undergoing coring green from May 10 and green conditions may temporarily affect the playing conditions of the green surfaces for up to 3 weeks
  • Royal Bang Pa-in Golf Club – course is currently closed for coring green since April 10 until April 16. Course will re-open for play on April 17 and conditions may temporarily affect the playing conditions of the green surfaces for up to 2 weeks
  • Thai Country Club – course was closed for the annual major turf cultivation maintenance project until April 11 and shall be undergoing coring green between May 14-18, 2018. Course conditions may temporarily affect the playing conditions of the green surfaces for a week and the fairways for up to 2 weeks
    Course will close for the Thailand Open Tournament 2018 from June 4 to 10.
  • The Vintage Club – course is currently undergoing coring green since April 2 until April 20 and green conditions may temporarily affect the playing conditions of the green surfaces for up to 2 weeks

Hua Hin

  • Banyan Golf Club – course will be undergoing coring green from July 9, 2018 and green conditions may temporarily affect the playing conditions of the green surfaces for up to 2 weeks.
  • Black Mountain Golf Club – course will be undergoing coring green between April 16 to May 6 (East Course), May 7-28 (North Course) and May 28 to June 18 (West Course).

Pattaya

  • Siam Country Club (Old Course) – course will be undergoing coring green between May 14-18, 2018.
  • Siam Country Club (Plantation Course) – course will be undergoing coring green between April 16-20 (Tapioca Course) and May 7-11 (Sugar Cane Course)
  • Siam Country Club (Waterside Course) – course will closed from April 24 to 27 and May 8 to 11 for the Mercedes Trophy 2018 qualifying rounds
    Course will be undergoing coring green between May 21-25, 2018.