Hyatt Hotels & Resorts Thailand in association with Banyan Golf Club recently held its eighth annual Hyatt Open at Banyan Golf Club (Hua Hin). The Champion is male this year, Mr. Simon Er who received a traditional silver Claret Jug Hyatt Open Trophy.
As the objective of organizing this golf tournament is to continue supporting and promoting Hua Hin as a golf and wellness destination while showcasing hospitality of Hyatt Hotels and Resorts in Thailand, this year’s event was a big success for 2-day fun tournament which include the top corporate clients, Government officials, along with a number of media personalities and various golf clubs and associations.
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts Thailand also hosted a Charity Gala Dinner and all proceeds go towards The Beaumont Ruam Pattana School in Chaiyaphum province, for which the charity will assist in school development and education to create great impacts for young underprivileged lives. The event was also proudly supported by Mercedes-Benz, Tourism Authority of Thailand, Kiatnakin Bank, Singha Corporation, Siam Winery, Evian, Gourmet One, Acqua Panna S.Pellegrino, Thai Airways, Siam Food, Wine Gallery and G Four Wine.
On behalf of Hyatt Hotels & Resorts Thailand, Mr. Gordon Fuller, Area Vice President and General Manager of Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok and Mr. Christian Wurm, General Manager of Hyatt Regency Hua Hin and THE BARAI, Ms. Saraid Carey, General Manager Hyatt Place Bangkok, Mr. Sammy Carolus, General Manager Hyatt Regency Bangkok, Ms. Tubtim Premyodhin, Cluster of Director of Marketing Communications Hyatt Regency Thailand, Ms. Sylvia Smith, Director of Sale & Marketing and Ms. Khemwanta Tangon, Director of Marketing Communications – Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok, donated charity fund with of THB 1.255 million to The Beaumont Ruam Pattana School, received by Mr. Tim Beaumont, Ms. Thalia Andrews, Mr. Mark French, Mr. Richard Cromwell and Mr. Korakot Chatasingha, THAI Director of Thailand Regional Department Thai Airways on November 29, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok.