One of the great things about booking a golf break in Hua Hin, is the excellent value for money. There are plenty of top quality, championship golf courses to choose from and due to the cost being very reasonable, it’s possible to play a number of golf courses, during a golfing break in Hua Hin.
Springfield Golf Resort
One of the best value golf courses in Hua Hin is the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course. This golf course comes with a royal background, as the name suggests and was originally built for use by the Thai aristocracy and British railway workers, in the mid 1920’s. The course received a major renovation in the 1980’s and there are several tight fairways, lined with trees and a number of small, elevated greens. Royal Hua Hin Golf Course may not be up to the same standard in terms of conditioning, as some of the modern courses in the region but is a step back in time and provides tremendous value.
Royal Hua Hin Golf Course
If Royal Hua Hin Golf Course is not for you, then perhaps Palm Hills Golf Club and Residence is worth a look. This golf club is just 10 minutes away from the centre of Hua Hin, making it very convenient and was the first international quality golf course to appear in the area. The course is undulating and has a links feel to it, in addition to plenty of palm trees, strategically placed bunkers and water hazards. Palm Hills Golf Club is home to one of the better maintained courses in Hua Hin and considering the price of a round here, provides excellent value for money.
Palm Hills Golf Club
Majestic Creek Country Club is another golf courses which offers good value in Hua Hin. Established in 1993, this course has been rated as one of Hua Hin’s best and major renovations in 2012, have ensured it remains at the top. Nearly all the holes have water hazards and bunkering and the three sets of nine, offer a varied challenge.
Majestic Creek Country Club
Finally, the Sea Pine Golf Course can be tough to play in the wind but this is all part of the challenge. Six of the holes play alongside the beach, with the mountains in the background. Opened in 2010, the 18-hole, par-72 course plays quite long from the back tees, at 7,305 yards but there are plenty of chances for low scoring throughout. The local army offices use the course with their guests but this should not put you off playing, as the cost of a round is very affordable.
Sea Pine Golf Course