Black Mountain got reclaimed from lush plantations of pineapple and a jungle. It is set within a valley juxtaposed to Black Mountain’s and is named so owing to the huge black rocks set into mountains which provide nice backdrop to a good number of holes. The golf course located in Hua Hin was part of the Asian PGA tour circuit in both 2009 and 2010. As well it hosted Europe versus Asia contest dubbed the Royal Trophy in 2011.
Black Mountain in 2012 got selected among the 100 best golf clubs outside of USA by the Golf digest Magazine. The course for playing golf appears quite natural and retains multiple features which it had prior to being commissioned for such activities. The peninsula green par-5 6th hole is reachable with just 2 shots by long-hitting aggressive golfers.
Par-4 7th hole on its part offers two realistic modes of play. The Par-3 11th hole is the signature one and overpasses a water barrier onto an island green. Visitors and regular golfers can enjoy practicing in the 9-hole par-3 course which has water-park and wake board. Clubhouse view is quite stunning and offers an amazing and panoramic view of the entire course.