Alpine Golf and Sports Club was designed by Ronald M Garl who is one of America's leading golf course architects. It was the venue for the 2000 Johnnie Walker Classic PGA tournament won by Tiger Woods and hosted the event again in 2004. The 18 holes at Alpine golf are amongst the most challenging holes in Bangkok. Surrounded by picturesque hills originally made from flat rice paddy fields, the changing elevations may remind you more of other famous golf courses in Chiang Mai or Hua Hin. The rolling fairways and undulating greens at Alpine differentiate the course from any other in Bangkok. Over three quarters of the greens slope from back to front, so keeping the ball below the hole is the key to shooting low scores. Golfers privileged to play at Alpine Golf and Sports Club will have an unforgettable experience of having their golf skills challenged.