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Black Mountain Golf Club & Resort renews with European Tour Destinations

2.19pm 16th October 2020 - Travel

European Tour Destinations is delighted to announce that Black Mountain Golf Club and Resort, who have been members since 2015, have extended their network affiliation until 2022.

Black Mountain Golf Club & Resort was founded by Stig Notlov, who transformed pineapple plantations into an award-winning golf and Real Estate resort. Located 25 minutes west of Hua Hin, the golf course is set in a beautiful valley surrounded by black granite rock covered mountains.

In addition to 27 holes of golf, the resort also features a clubhouse, from where you can enjoy a stunning 360 panoramic view of the golf course, as well as fine dining in the restaurant, proshop, locker rooms and a luxurious spa. The venue also offers an exclusive collection of villas, apartments and townhouses, available for purchase or rental, plus tennis and volleyball courts and a family waterpark.

Black Mountain Golf Club & Resort have a history of hosting tournament golf, with Asian PGA tour events in 2009 and 2010 and The Thailand Classic in 2014, the first European Tour event to be staged in Thailand.

Harald Elisson, Managing Director at Black Mountain Golf Club Club & Resort, said: “We are thrilled to renew our partnership with European Tour Destinations. They have been a great support over the last five years and by continuing our relationship, we will evolve as a venue and be able to showcase Black Mountain on a global scale”.

Ian Knox, Head of Operations for European Tour Destinations, said: “2020 has been an unprecedented year globally and so, we are extremely happy and proud to continue our partnership with Black Mountain Golf Club & Resort, who are an important part of our network. It gives us great pleasure that they are renewing and we look forward to an exciting and mutually beneficial working relationship in the years ahead.”

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