THE GOLF

13 – 18 MAY 2024

GOLF IN PATTAYA, THAILAND

A golfer’s paradise that offers a harmonious blend of natural beauty and world-class golfing experiences. With its vibrant selection of four meticulously designed courses, Pattaya beckons both novice and seasoned golfers to its greens, providing an unparalleled golfing haven where each round is a captivating journey through picturesque landscapes, and where the hospitality is as warm as the tropical sun, making it the perfect destination for golf enthusiasts seeking unforgettable moments on the fairways.

Siam Rolling Hills GC

Round 1 Venue

Unique, distinct, and different, are a few words to describe Siam Country Club Pattaya Rolling Hills. The layout is a core design with no real estate elements. Far removed from many of the rugged and natural designs in fashion today, Rolling Hills’s design is a hybrid of traditional elements and natural courses of the past.

Stunning visuals, and optional lines of attack in a risk reward setting create very memorable holes.

Laem Chabang GC

Round 2 Venue

At “Laem Chabang International Country Club” you’ll enjoy the feeling of being close to nature in this lush and exotic course designed by famed golfer, Jack Nicklaus. The world-class golf course is designed on 700 acres with each hole offering something different from it’s natural environment.

Siam Plantation GC

Round 3 Venue

Siam Country Club Pattaya Plantation. The golf course is designed by the well know Arizona based, Schmidt & Curley Design Inc. The “PLANTATION” name was given in the honor of the historic Sugar Cane, Tapioca, and Pineapple plantations, and each 9-hole is named accordingly. It didn’t take long for this layout, to attract a major event. Exactly one year after opening in 2008, it served as site of the LPGA Thailand, won by world No.1 Lorena Ochoa.

Chee Chan GC

Round 4 Venue

The course is situated in a stunning location next to the famed Chee Chan Mountain with the golden engraving of the Lord Buddha, Phra Phuttha Maha Wachira Uttamopat Satsada, which is considered the world’s largest Lord Buddha image depicted on the cliff and it can be seen from every hole of the golf course.