Designed by a Scottish railway engineer, The 'Royal' opened in 1924 in the reign of King Rama VI. The Royal Hua Hin is the oldest par 72 courses in Thailand. Constructed around the base of a limestone mountain range, the course is covered in lush vegetation that clings to the edge of the rocky overhangs and boulders. Royal Hua Hin also has lovely views of Buddhist temples that are perched on the hillsides that blend into the dense foliage of the surrounding area. Located just behind the old railway station.
Black Mountain Golf Club Hua Hin is the 7th and newest golf course in Hua Hin and was transformed from lush jungle and pineapple plantations. The course is set in a valley, just next to the "Black Mountain s", which are so named because of the large black rocks set into the mountains, providing a nice backdrop to many of the holes.