Banyan Golf Club, is 7 kilometres south of Hua Hin – about 10 minutes drive from the town centre with access gained from Soi 112. The Banyan is set in a valley basin with some spectacular views and Golf East, the Thai design company, has retained the original contours when the land was used for growing pineapples.
Black Mountain, opened in April 2007 – some 14 months after construction started. Set in a valley less than 15 minutes drive from the centre of town, Black Mountain is visually stunning and quite a stiff walk for those prepared to take to the course on foot.
Imperial Lake View: The first golf club in the Hua Hin area to have 36 holes, Imperial Lake View, with its 72-room hotel, offers the keen golfer an idyllic retreat with a choice of courses and a resort set in tropical gardens.
Majestic Creek, one of the most scenic courses, generally plays long as the luscious fairways do not permit the ball to run far.
Wide fairways and large greens make Palm Hills a very user-friendly course. To offset this there is a fair amount of water to cross as lakes used for irrigation have been blended into the undulating layout.
Royal Hua Hin: Thailand`s oldest course, opened in 1924, is a natural layout out in wooded land rather than the resort style so popular today.
Springfiend Golf: The original 18 holes features the full Nicklaus theme – long par 4`s, big bunkers, plenty of water, most of the trouble to the golfer`s right and an island green.