Siam Country Club Golf Pattaya

World-Class Golfing at Siam Country Club Golf Pattaya

Bearing a name that instantly associates itself with a bygone era and thoughts of Thailand’s past, one heading to Siam Country Club Golf might expect a classic, traditional experience.

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If so, Siam Country Club will certainly not disappoint. The Old Course is one of Thailand’s older courses and one of the most famous, having played host to prestigious events and tournaments including an LPGA Tour stop.

The club is home to two of the finest courses in Pattaya – The Plantation, and the Old Course, both of which are simply stunning in design and a golfer’s dream come true. Championship golf in Pattaya is alive and well at Siam CC.

Over 35 years old now, Siam Country Club Golf is very convenient to Pattaya, making it perfect for those on a golfing vacation. The course was the first privately owned golf course in all of Thailand, and today all visitors unanimously praise its perfectly maintained grounds and natural beauty. The course has been masterfully landscaped and designed. The lush and native trees and bushes that cover certain parts of the course give it a unique and local feel.

LPGA Tournaments in Pattaya

The course itself is a nice balance of challenging and easier holes. There are plenty of opportunities for birdies on well-played holes. However, players may need to take their birdy chances early as the last four holes are some of Thailand’s most challenging. These are some of the reasons why Siam Country Club Golf hosts LPGA tournaments in Pattaya.

As a highly prestigious and well-maintained course, Siam Country Club Golf has fees that are a great deal steeper than some of the other courses in the area, but those seeking a truly outstanding environment will find it well worth the price, and after all, you only live once. Costs for visitors total about 4000 baht for a weekday 18-hole outing, a price that includes 3000 baht in greens fees plus mandatory charges for a golf cart rental and caddy services. On weekends or holidays, guests can expect fees to raise a further 600 baht for the whole experience.

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