Spectacular sea views, pristine white sand beaches and pine trees perhaps best describe the stunning Sea Pines Golf Course, which interestingly has a railway track dividing it. With six holes on the beachfront, the course wass built on a retreat site for army veterans, and hence also known as Army Golf Club II.
The signature par three 17th hole requires a well-executed tee shot that needs to carry over water. Do factor in the wind and the beach bunkers both in the front and back of the green. A contemporary clubhouse overlooking the Gulf of Thailand serves up some great Thai food.
- Year of Opening - 2010
- Designer - Major General Weerayudth Phetbuasak
- Par - 72
- Holes - 18
- Length - 7305 Yards