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Hyatt Open 2018 Hua Hin

The Hyatt Open 2018 will be held in Hua Hin Thailand at the prestigious Banyan Golf Club 1-2 September.

Whilst the details of the 2018 event are yet to be finalised, here is a snap shot of the 2017 event to tantalise your interest:
The 2-day Amateur Golf Event draws golfers from near and far and the winner is awarded with the Silver Claret Jug Trophy. The Handicap Stroke Play tournament will be played over 36 holes over Saturday and Sunday. Naturally you’ll stay 2 nights at the prestigious Hyatt Regency Hotel in Hua Hin and enjoy the following package inclusions:

  • Total of 2 nights with breakfast daily at the 5-Star Hyatt Regency Hua Hin hotel
  • Welcome Dinner at the Hyatt Regency Hua Hin Hotel
  • Commemorative golf tournament shirt & cap
  • Tournament Fees & entry to Prize-giving Lunch on Day 2
  • 2 rounds of tournament golf with cart & caddy
  • ‘Nearest to Pin’ & ‘Longest Drive’ prizes awarded on both days
  • Snacks & Beverages in hosted kiosks during the tournament
  • Return transfers between the Hyatt Regency Hua Hin & Banyan Golf Club

Please visit our Hyatt Open 2018 web page where you’ll find tournament terms & conditions; all inclusions/exclusions and a contact form that you can complete to express an interest or book your entry.

TAT partner Hyatt Open 2018 Hua Hin
Golf Tours Abroad is a preferred partner of the
Tourism Authority of Thailand

Pinehurst No.9 Course

Experience Pinehurst No.9 Course with Golf Tours Abroad. Designed by Jack Nicklaus this magnificent 7,118-yard course is meticulously designed and a must to play.


Course: Pinehurst No.9
Location: North Carolina, USA
Designers: Jack Nicklaus
Built: 1988
# of Holes: 18
Distance: 7,118 yards from Gold Markers
Course Par: 72
Bunkers: 58
Longest Hole: 4th hole – 571 yards from Gold Markers
Shortest Hole: 12th hole – 176 yards from Gold Markers
Caddies: Yes – Single Premium, Double Bag & Forecaddies
Carts: Yes
Accommodation: Yes


Built by Jack Nicklaus in 1988, Pinehurst No. 9 is a magnificent 7,118-yard course and is as meticulously designed as it is compelling. An intriguingly well-balanced course, this Nicklaus classic features wide fairways and undulating putting surfaces that test your mind and your true golfing ability. Each hole has been customized to create a great diversity in the way it can be played. Added to this uniqueness are tall pines, grassy swales, groomed waste areas and a natural variety of lakes and streambeds beautifully fashioned to give No. 9 its own distinctive look.

Visit our Pinehurst North Carolina web page to view and book a golf package at Pinehurst Resort.

Pinehurst No.8 Course

Experience Pinehurst No.8 Course with Golf Tours Abroad. Designed by Tom Fazio in 1996, it’s spread over 420 scenic acres of rolling terrain & natural wetlands.


Course: Pinehurst No.8
Location: North Carolina, USA
Designers: Tom Fazio
Built: 1996
# of Holes: 18
Distance: 7,099 yards from Gold Markers
Course Par: 72
Bunkers: 58
Longest Hole: 6th hole – 605 yards from Blue Markers
Shortest Hole: 5th hole – 149 yards from Blue Markers
Caddies: Yes – Single Premium, Double Bag & Forecaddies
Carts: Yes
Accommodation: Yes


Pinehurst No. 8 also known as the Centennial Course, was designed in 1996 by Tom Fazio in celebration of Pinehurst’s 100th birthday. Fazio took full advantage of the 420 acres of rolling terrain and natural wetlands to fashion a course that’s visually enthralling, challenging and yet fun to play. Some feel that Pinehurst No. 8 synthesizes all the elements of the Pinehurst ® golf experience into one layout better than any of the other courses, and many mid and higher-handicappers find it the most enjoyable and scenic track to play.

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Pinehurst No.7 Course

Experience Pinehurst No.7 Course with Golf Tours Abroad. Designed by Rees Jones in 1986, this is one of longest Pinehurst ® golf courses measuring 7216 yards.


Course: Pinehurst No.7
Location: North Carolina, USA
Designers: Rees Jones
Built: 1986
# of Holes: 18
Distance: 7,216 yards from Gold Markers
Course Par: 72
Bunkers: 75
Longest Hole: 18th hole – 600 yards from Gold Markers
Shortest Hole: 9th hole – 191 yards from Gold Markers
Caddies: Yes – Single Premium, Double Bag & Forecaddies
Carts: Yes
Accommodation: Yes


Pinehurst No. 7 was designed by Rees Jones in 1986 and is located on the site of a forgotten nine-hole employee course that was laid out by Donald Ross. At 7,216 yards, No. 7 is one of Pinehurst’s longest tracks, unfolding over dramatic, hilly terrain that’s dotted with wetlands in lower-lying areas. Elevated tees let you register the challenges that wait and elevated greens demand approaches struck with authority. No. 7 is renowned for its many colourful flourishes of scenery. Old bunkers from the employee course that Jones uncovered during initial routing adorn the tee of the Par-4 4th hole. One of the wetlands area called the “Devil’s Gut,” must be cleared on your approach to the short par-4 7th hole. Also look out for Jones’ trademark “Fingers” bunkers that demand accuracy on hole 16.

Visit our Pinehurst North Carolina web page to view and book a golf package at Pinehurst Resort.