Anniversary Celebrations at Hua Hin’s Banyan Golf Club

The signature par-three 15th hole at Banyan Golf Club.

Hua Hin, Thailand: Award-winning Banyan Golf Club will celebrate its 10th anniversary in fitting style.

To commemorate the occasion, the club is hosting a 10-Year Anniversary Invitational on Sunday (February 17), featuring members, invited guests and business partners that have contributed to the club’s ‘journey of development’.

Under the astute stewardship of GLS Asia’s management team of Stacey Walton, Stuart Daly and John Wither, the club that was designed and constructed by Thailand’s leading golf course architect, Pirapon Namatra of Golf East, has flourished.

Walton said: “In 2009, we set out to put a new golf course in Thailand on the map. A decade later we’ve become a well-established club, brand and recognised as an award-winning golf club.

“GLS Asia’s objectives are to raise the bar in quality, deliver an outstanding golf experience … and provide our owners a return on investment with a sustainable business model for long-term growth and success.”

A Golf Course Facility Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation, Banyan Golf Club has staged several major events, including the national BMW Championship finals and the Hyatt Open as well as events for leading banks, pharmaceuticals and golf societies.

Walton said: “For a decade, Banyan Golf Club has grown into a golf club with an outstanding reputation for quality, service excellence. We have an active membership and a series of social events, competitions which are well supported and enjoyed by all.

“It is the overall experience that makes Banyan Golf Club, Hua Hin so special. We aim to maintain our unique position with continual improvements to ensure our golf club has a sustainable future.”

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