International flights to Hua Hin

International flights to and from Hua Hin is close to reality as early as the end of the year. The airport authority has received a proposal from the Malaysian low-cost carrier Air Asia to operate daily flights between Hua Hin and its major hub in Kuala Lumpur.

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Escape to a summer vacation at Black Mountain

Escape to a summer vacation at Black Mountain. In Hua Hin, Thailand, it is summer all year around.

Hua Hin is located between two climate zones making the total rain fall over a year a fraction compared with southern Thai turist destination such as Phuket and Krabi.

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Driving range to be upgraded

The driving range at Black Mountain will be upgraded in July.
– The goal is to make it look more like the golf course, says Black Mountain course manager Richard Halls.
During the renovation period in July the range will be closed.

– We will renovate the grass hitting areas and the target greens, add some bunkers for visual effect, make adjustments to the drainage system, add some arrogation and mow fairway shapes to the area, says Halls.

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Ballots open in Asian Golf Awards 2017

Black Mountain has had the great fortune to have won numerous prestigious awards since it’s opening ten years ago.

The annual Asian Golf Awards is a combination of golf fans and expert panel voting in many categories, including Best Golf Course in Asia and Best Golf Course in Thailand.

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Golf Digest Best Resorts in Asia 2017

Best Golf Resorts in Asia
Golf Digest has awarded Black Mountain Golf Club in Hua Hin, Thailand, the title Best Resorts in Asia 2017.

– 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.

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Record rains in Hua Hin – We remain open

Record rains has pounded the Hua Hin area in the last 48 hours. The Black Mountain Golf Course has received 75 mm in 24 hours – but remains open.

– No golf carts on the fairway and no fairway cutting, otherwise it is business as usual, says course manager Richard Halls.

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