Royal Hua Hin Golf Course
Royal Hua Hin Golf Course is the first standard golf course in Thailand, a national treasure. The preserved nature within the golf course offers a sight of wildlife and plants. Unique fairway design is the impressive feture of the course. It is a 18 hole, Par 72, with 6,678 yards for the men and 5,713 yards for the ladies.
The first 9 holes were constructed in 1919 and opened in 1922 during the reign of King Rama VI. The King inaugurated the golf course in 1924.
The last 9 holes were completed in 1928 during the reign of King Rama VII. The building was initiated by Krom Phra Kamphaengphet Akarayothin under the royal approval of King Rama VI. The course was designed by A.O. Robin, the Phetchaburi Railway Officer.
Designed by a Scottish railway engineer and opened in 1924, Royal Hua Hin Golf Course was the first golf course to be constructed in The Kingdom of Thailand. The course is steeped in history and the scenery is outstanding -with particularly impressive views of the Gulf of Thailand and Hua Hin itself on the back nine.