Black Mountain Golf Club

View from the Black Mountain clubhouse in Hua Hin

This par 72, 7,420 yard course was designed by Phil Ryan of Pacific Coast Design and has hosted the Black Mountain Masters 2009 and 2010 and the Royal Trophy in 2011, where Colin Montgomerie lead the European Team to a stunning victory against a very strong Asian side.

Voted best host venue on the Asian Tour 2010 by the Asian tour players and also voted top 100 in the world outside the US by US Golf Digest, Black Mountain is a class act. This challenging 18 hole course caters to golfers of all standards with interconnecting waterways, undulating fairways and greens with some breath-taking natural landscape.

Elevated tee boxes, rolling fairways and mountain breezes make the 18 holes a tough assignment, with plenty of risk and reward opportunities on offer. Unusually Black Mountain also incorporates a number of first class facilities including a superb par 3 golf course, a state of the art fun water park, beach volley ball, tennis, paddle tennis, adventure mini golf plus a unique Wake Board lake.

Packages are available for Hua Hin staying at the Wora Bura Resort with 2 rounds at Black Mountain, 1 round at Banyan and 1 round at Springfield C.C.

Designer: Phil Ryan of Pacific Coast Design
Yardage: 7,420 Yards off black tees
Opened 2007

Minimum players per group: 2
Max players per group: 4

Cart Policy
: Optional, 600 THB per cart
From Hua Hin: 15 minutes
Facilities: Driving range, putting green, restaurant, a supermarket, male and female locker rooms, Jacuzzi and a full equipped pro shop with club and shoe rentals.

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Solar Golf can offer very competitive rates at Black Mountain Golf Club as part of our packages and tailor-made Golf holidays. Please use the form below to find out more or request a quote for a Golf holiday in Hua Hin.

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