Amata Spring Country Club, Thailand's premier golf club, will be the host venue of the latest championship in the region where the event will be broadcast live over four days on the Asian Tour's global television platform.
The winner will receive a cheque of USD 158,500 and also a spot in the World Golf Championship-Bridgestone Invitational 2012.
The venue, situated on the outskirts of the capital city, has been golfing event since its launch in 2005. Its signature par three 17th hole stands out impressively as it has a floating green, which is accessible by boat.
McIlroy and Clarke, both Northern Irishmen, enjoyed their maiden Major victories this year in stunning fashion. The 22-year-old McIlroy, hailed as a future world number one, crushed the field with a massive eight-shot victory at the US Open at Congressional Country Club in June.
McIlroy, the world number five, said: 'I have heard so many wonderful things about Amata Spring Country Club and its championship golf course. I'm looking forward to competing in the inaugural Thailand Golf Championship in December with the hope of ending my season on a winning note.'