Suvarnabhumi Golf & Country Club (ex. President Country Club) offer 36 holes of Robert Trent Jones Jr designed golf in an unspoiled rural setting. Extending beyond the course in virtually all directions is a picturesque landscape of flat paddy fields and open marshland, full of tall reeds and grasses, migratory birds, and many fish. Each hole was designed to be distinct in approach from all the others. The North / East course is just a fraction shorter than the West / South combination but makes up for this small length difference with some slightly more technical challenges – mainly based on an excellent array of dog-legging holes, especially on the back-nine. Open marshland flanks the two out-and-back loops, North (1-9) and East (10-18). At times there is more of a parkland feel to the North / East Course, with plenty of water to be negotiated on the dog-legging back-nine and very substantive greenside bunkering on most holes. Despite the proximity of many bunkers, the greens are not always overly broad, which places a significant premium on accurate approach play. A pleasant array of smallish trees and soft earth mounding provides excellent separation and definition to each hole, while the plentiful supply of water creates many hazards which you’ll need to negotiate. The final hole is a good-length par-4, which shares a small lake and the last green with the 18th on the West / South Course.