Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin - No. 1
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Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin - No. 1
The first hole at Banyan Golf Club is a par 4 that plays to an elevated green. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
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Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin - No. 9
The ninth hole at Banyan Golf Club is a long par 4 that plays from an elevated tee box. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
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Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin - No. 2
The second hole at Banyan Golf Club is a par 3 that plays to a well protected green. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
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The 10th hole at Banyan Golf Club is a par 4 that heads uphill. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
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Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin
Banyan Golf Club was voted best new golf course in Asia for 2009. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
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Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin - No. 14
The 14th hole at Banyan Golf Club is a short par 4 that heads uphill. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
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The 15th hole at Banyan Golf Club is a short par 3 that heads towards the water. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
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The 16th hole at Banyan Golf Club is a par 4 that is guarded by hazards near the green. Brandon Tucker/Golf Advisor
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Thai courses like Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin won't disappoint golfers who travel across the world to play while experiencing Thailand's attractions. Courtesy of GolfinaKingdom.com
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Banyan Golf Club was built on a former pineapple plantation. Courtesy of Golfinakingdom.com
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The 17th hole at Banyan Golf Club is a long, uphill par 3. Courtesy of Golfinakingdom

Gallery: Banyan Golf Club in Hua Hin, Thailand

Banyan Golf Club is one of Asia's newest championship golf courses, opened in 2008 in Hua Hin, Thailand, a coastal city two hours drive from Bangkok and the home of the country's king. The course was built on a pineapple plantation and rolls up and down gently rolling terrain. The course has six tee boxes per hole and can play over 7,300 yards and has some demanding holes, like the 600-plus yard par-5 12th hole and 450-yard par-4 ninth.

At the 2010 Asian Pacific Golf Summit, Banyan Golf Club was awarded the runner-up for Best Clubhouse and second runner-up for best golf course in Thailand.

Like many of the top golf courses in Thailand, Banyan G.C. has exceptional facilities, including a locker room with massage services and a full restaurant and bar. Caddies are available and the course is walker friendly, though a bit hilly.

Brandon Tucker is the Managing Editor for Golf Advisor. To date, his golf travels have taken him to over two dozen countries and over 500 golf courses worldwide. While he's played some of the most prestigious courses in the world, Tucker's favorite way to play the game is on a great muni in under three hours. Follow Brandon on Twitter at @BrandonTucker and on Instagram at BrandonTuckerGC.
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