It’s Golf Bonanza Time At Black Mountain!

It’s Golf Bonanza Time At Black Mountain!

For two whole months, golfers from all over the world are invited to come and enjoy playing on an award-winning golf course.

Just imagine – being able to tee it up for the months of August and September at a special promotional offer of 1,800 Thai Baht! That works out to approximately US$54 per a round of golf. We challenge you to try and beat that!

Black Mountain’s 27-hole spread is without doubt one of the best show-case championship courses in Asia. Three expertly designed courses – East, West and North.

We are accepting bookings right now. Golfers from all over the world are welcome!

You can place your booking by calling: +66 (0)32 618 666 or by sending your e-mail to: proshop@bmghuahin.com

You can also check tee-time availability and book at Golf Citizen: https://golfcitizen.com/play/clubs/golf-in-thailand/hua-hin/black-mountain-golf-club-21

If you need accommodation, you can easily book a villa at the Black Mountain Resort at the following link: http://www.blackmountainhuahin.com/resort-booking-request/

Come for an extended golf holiday or just come for the weekend – it’s a truly memorable experience just waiting to welcome you.

You can now fly direct to Hua Hin from Kuala Lumpur on Air Asia.

What are you waiting for – grab your golf clubs and your holiday bag and rush on over to Black Mountain Golf Club!

Jazz Wins In Royal Style!

Jazz Wins In Royal Style!

Thai super-star Jazz Janewattananon (pictured) romped home the big winner at the 2018 Queen’s Cup played in Pattaya today.

The young Thai, a brand ambassador for the award-winning Black Mountain Golf Club in Hua Hin left the field for dead in the final round when he raced to a commanding 19-under par 265. This was a whole four strokes ahead of the second placed G. Bhullar from India who came in at 15-under par.

Commenting on his win, the popular Thai youngster said, “This is a nice win for me and I am especially proud that I have been able to bring glory to me home club Black Mountain.”

Jazz took advantage of a hot streak to close with a four-under-par 67, sealing a solid four-shot victory for his second Asian Tour title and first on home soil.

Jazz made up for the disappointment of finishing runner-up last year with this victory which saw him take home a winner’s prize purse of US$54,000 and receive a total of 14 Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) points.

Congratulations from all everyone at Black Mountain!