Lam Lukka Country Club (Designer: Roger Packard / 1994 / 36-hole)
Both the East and West courses provide homes to 100’s of species of birds and wildlife. The strong parkland layouts are blessed with more shade as compared to than many Bangkok golf courses. The Championship East Course has played host to the 2002 Thailand PGA Championship and the 2009 Asian Tour qualifying events. Highly recommended for a challenging and enjoying round of golf without spending too much on playing fee.
Panya Indra Golf Club (Designer: Ronald Fream / 1991 / 27-hole)
Comprises 3 separate 9-hole championship courses, each with an individual design and unique setting (Lagoon Course, Palm Course, and Garden Course). The golf course has been extensively landscaped with colourful flowering plants, shrubs, and bushes to provide beautiful backdrops to most of the holes. Fairways are palm tree-lined, and lakes and ponds come into play on almost every hole at Panya Indra. The deep bunkers are sculptured with smooth flowing lines of fairways giving the course a natural feel in a city environment. It is also very popular course with local Thai business executives, members, government officials and play can be erratic and slow.
Suwan Golf & Country Club (Designer: Weeyos Design / 2005 / 18-hole)
One of Bangkok’s best championship golf course located at the countryside west of Bangkok. This Thai masterpiece which hosted the Thailand Open 2012 Championship is not a golf course where merely hitting it down the middle on the tee shot is always the correct to play this course. It has a very challenging lay-out with its own unique character. Suwan Golf & Country Club is a highly recommended must-play course for golfers of any level when visiting Bangkok for a golfing holiday here.