Hua Hin Golf Society
Hua Hin Golf Society
HUA HIN GOLF SOCIETY
The original golf society in Hua Hin (Hua Hin Golf Society) was the brainchild of Jim Kennedy, a former Bangkok resident who shared the concept with Frank Gilbride, Ian Lewins and our ‘forever’ Captain Bernie Morgan on establishing an association along similar lines of the more established Bangkok Golf Societies. A meeting was duly held in the Hua Hin Golf Tours office and arrangements made to kick off HHGS. The inaugural tournament was staged at Springfield Golf Course in 1993, being a twilight tee-off over nine holes using the 36 system supported by Golf Professional, Kelly Cherkowski.
Welcome to HHGS
A members only society with well defined membership criteria that plays twice a week, Tuesdays and Fridays, all year round rotating through the many amazing golf courses Hua Hin has to offer. Members enjoy varied social and high quality golfing experiences.
Invited Guests welcome to join in Society events.
Members are welcome to bring their friends to the Society’s games as their guests. Please review the Societies “Guest Policy“
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Summer Competitions During the Covid Crisis.
At present, golf courses re open subject to strict conditions. One of these conditions is that no competitions are held until further notice.
In order to comply, Hua Hin Golf Society will hold meetings but will not run competitions. We will not collect match fees, and will not give out prizes. Unfortunately, this will affect the social aspect of our society, as restaurants and bars at the golf courses will only be partly open. Tee times for each meeting can be booked in the normal fashion, which are then relayed to the golf courses as necessary.
We will run summer eclectics and Stableford order of merit, and so we will request that your scorecards be correctly marked, signed and then handed in to a committee member after your round. These scores will appear on the Master Scoreboard results, but will also be used to calculate eclectics and order of merit. Scorecards will also be used to adjust handicaps up or down.
This situation can change very quickly, and we will try to keep everyone informed of any changes.
Golf Course Update, May 2020
The restrictions on golf courses have been eased, but the courses will still have to comply with restrictions as follows.
Each different golf course will have their own version of these rules.
We will resume our twice weekly meetings, but with the restrictions in place. Please hand in your scorecards to count for low season eclectics and order of merit.