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Due to its long history, the course is lined with fully mature trees unlike many of the more recently built course which gives the course great character. The fairways are usually pretty hard and often interspersed with weeds and bald patches but this will give you plenty of run on the ball. The greens are very slow but true and at times tough to read. There are some great views from some of the more elevated tee boxes and a Thai Temple provides the backdrop to the par-3 14th.
As you approach the club you will pass by the very ornate railways station which was often used by the Royal family as they visited their summer palaces in Hua Hin.
Probably the best hole is the last on the front nine which is a par 4 which takes you downhill towards the clubhouse. You have to drive across a waste area and at the same time avoid two large bushes which block your way. If you can navigate these hazards you are faced with a relatively simple approach to the green.
If you can ignore the wear and tear then it’s very playable and certainly worth a round to soak up some of the history of this grand old lady.
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It may be showing its age but if you would like to book a tee time at Royal Hua Hin Golf Course and experience first-hand a slice of local golfing history then Golfsavers have excellent green fees and can help you to select the perfect tee time.
Royal Hua Hin Golf Course - Course Reviews 19 reviews
Royal Hua Hin Golf Course
Well worth visiting
Reviewed by Jim; on 04 Oct 2021
It's very clear that a lot of time and money have been spent on this course - whilst the tee boxes are 'well used', the fairways are challenging and the greens are in superb condition "like walking on a soft axminster carpet'.
The oldest course in Thailand certainly deserves the accolade despite the 1st being wet and muddy in places.
All in all, a great course located in the centre of the town, some narrow fairways but superb views and central for all amenities.
But the course was in pretty shoddy condition, many variations on fairways some very very bare, devoid of grass especially around the margins hard compacted earth, clearly very little regular watering. The greens were inconsistent, some spongy some hard, grass varying lengths & with bald patches! The tee boxes hard ground.
The fairways have no grass; the bunkers have no definition; the course is generally scruffy.
Reviewed by John Moore; on 07 Mar 2020
The fairways have no grass; the bunkers have no definition; the course is generally scruffy. Three hours for the front nine on a golf course which, apart from the greens, can best be described as TERRIBLE. Giving us a discount of THB 600 in advance was the wrong thing to do - we should have been told to play at another course.
There was no availability of ice with which to keep drinks etc cold. Is that so difficult?
The snack/drinks kiosks (including the clubhouse) stock no chocolate bars!! Why?
We will NEVER pay this course again. It’s well below average 😢
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