Golf Courses / Hua Hin

Golf Courses in Hua Hin

Banyan Golf Club


(2009 Best New Course In Asia: scenic & well-maintained)
Banyan Golf Club

Built among a former pineapple plantation, Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin opened in October 2008. Immediately following, the course was awarded 2009 Best New Course in Asia-Pacific by the readers of Asian Golf Monthly. Since then Banyan Golf Club course, clubhouse, and staff have consistently claimed 'Top 3 in Asia' awards and have been featured in the 'Rolex Top 1000' in the World.

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Black Mountain Golf Club


(one of the 100 best golf courses in the world)
Black Mountain Golf Club

Black Mountain was transformed from lush jungle and pineapple plantations and located around 25 minutes west of Hua Hin. Set in a valley surrounded by huge black granite rock covered mountains, the Hua Hin golf course was the site for Asian PGA tour events in 2009 and 2010 and the Europe versus Asia match play Royal Trophy in 2011. In 2012 and each year since Black Mountain was selected as one of the 100 best golf courses outside the USA by Golf Digest magazine.

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Lake View Resort & Golf Club


(strong parkland layout; 2016 Asian Tour Q-school venue)
Lake View Resort & Golf Club

The Lake View Resort & Golf Club offers 36 holes of golf in Hua Hin. The golf course is a favorite with both residents and visitors to the area and is situated a bit inland amongst small farms & fruit orchids on a large parkland parcel. For many golfers, this is the most scenic and pleasant golf course in Hua Hin.

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Majestic Creek Country Club


(excellent layout in hills west of Hua Hin)
Majestic Creek Country Club

Majestic Creek Country Club is a challenging course that was once rated by a German golf magazine as a Hua Hin’s best golf course. Many Hua Hin locals and expatriates share this view. Designed by Dr.

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Milford Golf Club & Resort


(average course with links feel & near to the sea)
Milford Golf Club & Resort

The Milford Golf Club & Resort (formerly the Eagle Milford and Hua Hin Seoul Country Club) offers a change from the area championship courses. Fairways here often are no more than packed earth and bunkers have little to no sand. On the other hand, this par 72, 18 hole course designed by Robert McFarland lies in a spectacular location nestled in the valleys of a chain of mountains directly adjoining the coastline.

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Palm Hills Golf Resort and Country Club


(enjoyable palm-lined course on rolling terrain)
Palm Hills Golf Resort and Country Club

Palm Hills Golf Club is located between Hua Hin and Cha Am, near the airport and in the lower foothills above town. It was the first international standard Hua Hin golf course and opened in 1992. The following year Palm Hills hosted to the inaugural Thailand World Pro-Am tournament.

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Royal Hua Hin Golf Course


(Thailand's 1st course, classic 1924 design)
Royal Hua Hin Golf Course

Royal Hua Hin is the oldest 18-hole international standard course in Thailand and is only 5 minutes from downtown Hua Hin. The course was commissioned in 1924 to accommodate the interests of the British railway workers and Thai aristocracy living in the area. Royal Hua Hin sits right next to the town's railway station.

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Sawang Resort & Golf Course


(enjoyable rural course favored by the locals)
Sawang Resort & Golf Course

Sawang Resort & Golf Club is located 1 hour from Hin Hin in neighboring Petchaburi province. Surrounded by rice fields and fruit tree orchids Sawang plays over rolling hills. The Hua Hin golf course a good alternative to the busier resort courses in Hua Hin itself.

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Sea Pines Golf Course


(exciting links-style course on the Gulf of Thailand)
Sea Pines Golf Course

Sea Pines Golf Course (also known as the Army Golf Club II) plays along the Gulf of Thailand in the Suan Son Pradiphat (Sea Pine Tree Garden). The Royal Forestry Department originally owned the Hua Hin golf course track before being taken over by the Royal Thai Army under the rule of Field Marshall Sarit Thanarat, who served as prime minister of Thailand during 1957-1963.

The majority of the Sea Pines area houses bracken pine trees enriched by the beauty of oceans and mountains.

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Springfield Royal Country Club


(Nicklaus design is a long time area favorite)
Springfield Royal Country Club

The traditional Jack Nicklaus designed Springfield Royal Country Club located off the Hua Hin bypass road is one of the best Hua Hin golf courses, and as good as they come.

The course at Springfield has been designed to meet the high demands of a recognized championship golf course, and yet it remains an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all standards. Each hole has a minimum of five tees to play from, but only the brave, and those regularly rub shoulders with the world's best will venture from the black tee.

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Thai Diamond Land Kaeng Krachan


(remote course with good layout)
Thai Diamond Land Kaeng Krachan

Kaeng Krachan Country Club & Golf Resort’s remote course location in neighboring Petchaburi Province makes it 1 hour inland from Hua Hin. The course itself is on the periphery of Kaeng Krachan National Park which is Thailand’s most extensive and stretches along the western border of Myanmar. High Mountain ranges dominate the area along with dense tropical forest.

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