Brits Share The Lead In Sweden

Brits Share The Lead In Sweden

The overnight leader, Clement Sordet of France was bumped off his perch and made way for two Britons.

Scotland’s Scott Jamieson (pictured) and England’s Paul Waring share a two-shot lead after the second round at the Nordea Masters at the Hills Golf Club in Gothenburg in Sweden.

Jamieson carded seven birdies in his five-under 65, while Waring went one better with eight in his 63 to leave both on 11-under par.

South Africa’s Thomas Aiken (65) is their nearest challenger.


French Rookie Leads In Sweden

French Rookie Leads In Sweden

France’s Clement Sordet (pictured) charged into the opening round lead at the Nordea Masters at Hills Golf Club in Gothenburg en route to an eight-under 62.

The rookie Sordet, the world number 315 and a four-time winner on the Challenge Tour, birdied the first four holes for a clear two shot lead over Scott Jamieson and Lee Slattery, with Christofer Blomstrand, Tapio Pulkkanen, Richard Green and Hunter Stewart a shot further back.

Are You All Primed and Ready for The NORDEA Masters?

Are You All Primed and Ready for The NORDEA Masters?

You better be because this huge European Tour event is just around the corner and Black Mountain is a partner and sponsor of the event.

The NORDEA Masters will be held at the Hills Golf Club, Gothenburg August 16 – 19

And arrangements have been made to welcome all Black Mountain Golf Club Members for a huge week of golf!

 Tournament days: Black Mountain Members have

access to an exclusive Black Mountain hospitality lounge overlooking hole 17. Complimentary drinks and snacks will be served in the lounge on all tournament days.

Saturday Brunch: Members will have a delightful lunch in the Black Mountain lounge and featured on the menu will be a variety of local specialties.

Sunday Seafood: There will be a traditional Swedish crayfish party with a variety of seafood at the Hills golf club restaurant.

Monday Members’ Golf: We have made special arrangements for a post tournament Members’ Golf Day at Kungsbacka Golf Club on Monday,
Tuesday tournament: The Hills Golf Club will host a shotgun start at 8:00am, followed by lunch in the clubhouse, and prize giving for both Monday and Tuesday’s events.

A week not to be missed for our Black Mountain Members!



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:

You can also check tee-time availability and book at Golf Citizen:

If you need accommodation, you can easily book a villa at the Black Mountain Resort at the following link:

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!



BMG Celebrates Midsummer Festival In Grand Style

BMG Celebrates Midsummer Festival In Grand Style

Sweden’s second most important festival after Christmas, the Swedish Midsummer Festival, was a time for members, residents and friends to celebrate at Black Mountain Golf Club.

In keeping with tradition, the master chefs at the club whipped up a fabulous spread of Swedish delights that were sumptuously enjoyed during this festival.

The celebration was very representative of the spirit and goodwill that prevails amongst the Black Mountain Club community. “It was really a wonderful experience for everyone who came to be a part of the celebrations and it was good fun and a perfect way to remember the festival,” said Harald Elisson, managing director of the club.

And for those of you who are home-sick, view this video that explores the important of the festival:


It’s Fiesta Time At BMG!

It’s Fiesta Time At BMG!

It’s that time of the year to celebrate the Swedish Midsummer Festival. There’s no better place to feel the spirit of this great Swedish festival than at the award-winning Black Mountain Golf Club.

Check out what’s planned for the celebrations and make sure that you place your booking early to avoid disappointment.

We are ready to welcome you for a great party!


Black Mountain Hits The Pinnacle!

Black Mountain Hits The Pinnacle!

Black Mountain Golf Club now belongs to a very exclusive network of the best golf clubs in the Asia Pacific. It is now a distinguished member of the “The Asia Pacific Order of Zenith”, the highest and most prestigious award reserved for a select few golf clubs in Asia has arrived!

The Asia Pacific Order of Zenith is a spin-off from the long running Asian Golf Awards, the only pan-Asian recognition award programme for the golf industry that is now in its nineteenth year.

This is a unique award designed to recognise distinguished golf clubs and permanently enshrine these clubs in a hallowed class all their own.

Commenting on the special award, Harald Elisson, managing director of Black Mountain said, “This award really marks a new and important milestone for our club. It is an award that elevates our club to the highest level possible within the club industry in the Asia Pacific and we are indeed honoured to have been elected to this lefty status.”

To kick-off this special programme, a total of twelve golf clubs have been carefully selected to be the initial inductees and all the organisations have been successful in past Asian Golf Awards polls.

Each of the premier clubs on the award list has distinguished and excelled itself in terms of operating a golf club noted for the quality of its golf course, its club house facilities and services and its commitment to deliver a quality golfing experience to both members and guests alike.

The official induction of the select group of golf clubs will take place during the 2018 Asian Golf Awards Gala Banquet that will be staged in Bangkok, Thailand on November 3 at the brand new Hyatt Regency Bangkok Sukhumvit. The award ceremony will be part of the 2018 Asia Pacific Golf Summit which will be staged from November 1 – 3.


Six Weeks To Go – Have You Voted For Black Mountain Yet?

Six Weeks To Go – Have You Voted For Black Mountain Yet?

The Asian Golf Awards on-line poll for 2018 has smashed last year’s record with the latest vote count exceeding 113,000 votes cast.

The previous record, established in 2017, was 104,000 valid votes.

With six weeks to go, the number of valid votes cast stands at 113,256 (as of 2:00pm, 21st May).

Black Mountain Golf Club has always been a top performer at the Asian Golf Awards and we expect 2018 be no different.

If you have not voted yet, start voting now. The polls will be on until June 30.

Votes can be cast at the following link:

Vote for us in the following categories:

  • Best Championship Course in Asia Pacific
  • Best Golf Resort in Asia Pacific
  • Best Club Food and Beverage Experience in Asia Pacific
  • Best Clubhouse in Asia Pacific
  • Best Maintained Course in Asia Pacific
  • Best Pro-Shop in Asia Pacific
  • Best Managed Golf Club in Asia Pacific
  • Best Golf Academy In Asia Pacific
  • Best Course in Thailand
  • Best Club General Manager Of The Year
  • Best Golf Course Superintendent Of The Year
  • Best Food and Beverage Manager Of The Year

Black Mountain Staff Celebrate!

Black Mountain Staff Celebrate!

The staff of Black Mountain Golf Club took time out on the evening of May 2 to entertain and treat themselves to a well-earned dinner to mark another good season.

The staff dinner was hosted by Stig Notlov, the founder and owner of the multi award-winning golf club and resort located in Hua Hin, Thailand.

In his welcome address, Harald Elisson, managing director of the club thanked the staff for their outstanding work and contributions. “We have successfully completed ten years of operation and we are now well into our second decade which already promises to be recorded in our history as another successful decade to come,” he said.

Referring to Black Mountain’s status as the top golf club in the Asia Pacific and to the numerous awards that it has won over the years, Elisson said, “We expect to continue receiving more such awards as we journey through our next decade. The awards are a solid manifestation of how good we are and how good we are, is again a measure of the excellent work that each and every one of you makes towards our success.”

In paying tribute to the staff, Elisson went on to add, “It is your singular effort that comes together with that of all our other colleagues in the various departments that we represent, that makes us GREAT!”

Elisson is optimistic that the future for Black Mountain is bright when he observed that Air Asia is now flying direct flights from Kuala Lumpur to Hua Hin. “This is going to be a fore-runner to more airlines coming to Hua Hin and this is going to be good for Hua Hin and for Black Mountain. We will be working with the airlines to fly more golfers to our club and we expect this to be a new growth area for us in the coming months and years.”

In closing, Elisson implored on the staff to work harder and get better to ensure that Black Mountain wins a big share of the new market opportunities that will be opening up soon. “We must be better than Thailand which is perceived to be a very warm, friendly and smiling nation. At Black Mountain, we must aim to be better than Thailand. We must be warmer, friendlier and we must have a bigger smile! All of us can do it, so let this be our mission for 2018 and beyond – NOT ONLY TO BE ASIA’S BEST GOLF CLUB BUT TO ALSO BE ASIA’S MOST FRIENDLIEST GOLF CLUB!”