The European Tour continues its journey East and pitches up in Thailand for the revisited Thailand Classic, which was last played back in 2016. The tournament will be hosted by a new venue the Amata Spring Country Club which is situated between Bangkok and the beach resort of Pattaya.
Amata Spring CC is long with undulating fairways, a variety of bunkering, fast putting surfaces and plenty of water. The fairways are routed around two large lakes and features the courses 145-yard, par 3 signature hole at the 17th. Although that yardage can change because the 40×40 yard island green on this hole floats and is accessed by a small boat from the lake side.
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