Thai Country Club was established in December 1996 following design by Dennis Griffiths to USGA specification. The course measures at 7,097 yards and has hosted several prestigious events including the 1997 Asian Honda Classic, which was won by Tiger Woods as well as the 1998 Johnnie Walker Super Tour second round and the Volvo Masters in 2007 and 2008.

Located on the outskirts of Bangkok, just 45 minutes from its centre, Thai Country Club is also just 25 minutes from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, making it extremely accessible and popular with visiting golfers. Managed by The Peninsula Hotels group, the award winning club has frequently been voted as one of the top five courses in Asia.