A variety of challenges on this varied course. Elsewhere on the web you will read about how every hole is designed to be unique, and while this is something of an overstatement the President Country Club does indeed offer a wide range of challenges to keep golfers of all levels interested.
The North/East course is the harder of the two, full of tricky dog-legs and small greens protected by water and substantial amounts of sand; your approach play needs to be strong to avoid the dreaded bogeys. Both courses have deceptively wide fairways - even when you land on them you can find yourself with a tough second shot to the green so position is important. If you are particularly wayward you can find yourself in some tricky Bermuda rough that will often force you to lay up.
The undulating fairways of the West course present an enjoyable challenge, involving avoiding marshland and small lakes and culminating in an excellent par-5. Whilst green fees at President Country Club are reasonable, the condition of the course is not what it once was - the tee boxes are often worn out and full of sandy divots and some of the fairways have seen better days, and while the clubhouse has a pleasant Mediterranean feel to it, the restaurant isn't really up to scratch. However, you're not really there for the food anyway, so just enjoy what should be an excellent day's golf.
Like the sound of this course? Secure a tee time and take advantage of the discounted green fees on offer by adding President Country Club to your Bangkok golf holiday package.