- We are very grateful for this award. It shows that we are more than just a great golf course, but a full service resort, says Black Mountain General manager Harald Elisson.
- No golf carts on the fairway and no fairway cutting, otherwise it is business as usual, says course manager Richard Halls.
Not only did European tour pro Pelle Edberg sneak out on Black Mountains new nine holes with fellow tour players Thongchai Jaidee and Johan Edfors, he also tried a new driver for the first time while on the course.
This video sums it up: Big mistake. Huge.
The new nine holes at Black Mountain are only a few days from opening. Europeantour players Thongchai Jaidee, Johan Edfors and Pelle Edberg could not wait for the new course to open to play it. As you can see in this video, it became competitive very quickly.
Thailands best professional golfer and Black Mountain player Thongchai Jaidee hosts the Thongchai Jaidee Foundation Tournament which started today and will end Sunday.
In conjunction with the pro-am-dinner on Wednesday night an auction raised 1.6 million baht to the foundation. Read more
Black Mountain Golf Club was awarded Best Golf Course in Asia Pacific 2016, at the Asiangolf Awards, held in Hua Hin on Sunday evening. It was the second consecutive time Black Mountain won the award.
Black Mountain Golf Club on Saturday hosted the 10th annual Asia Pacific Inter-Club Tournament. David Leadbetter and John Solheim were some of golfs biggest profiles in attendance.
The Asian Pacific Golf Summit is being held in Hua Hin, Thailand this weekend. The purpose of the summit is to get the golfing industry together to create a venue were general managers, agents and other players in the industry can meet and exchange ideas. In conjunction with the summit an 18 hole two men team golf competition was held at Black Mountain.
Black Mountain sponsored star Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand made it another week to remember for Black Mountain after he held off a strong challenge from England’s Graeme Storm to win the Porsche European Open in Germany on Sunday.
Thongchai’s third win in Europe comes straight on the back of Sweden’s Rikard Karlberg, another Black Mountain sponsored player, victory in Italy last week.