The site of Ayndhya Links didn't look promising to Australia architects Ross Perrett and tim Lobb at first. lt was aflat, treeless marsh near Bangkok. To build a championship-caliber golf course on such property, the archiects had to drain the swamp. They did so by excavating canals and ponds. This generated fill for trees, fairways and greens, whch they shaped into endless humps and rolls. So, arguably, it's links-like, although mamnade and far from an ocean.