The 2021 Edition of the TRISKELE TROPHY, a two day open invitation Charity Golf Tournament held in Hua Hin, is now open for registration.
The Triskele Trophy commences on the weekend of 23rd and 24th October at the Banyan and Black Mountain Golf Courses.
Organised and supported by members of the Irish Community of Thailand, the Triskele Trophy aims to raise money, grow awareness and provide support for the outstanding work carried out by the Good Shepherd Sisters.
Last year was the inaugural event with a full field of golfers relishing the opportunity to take that time off and to play on two of Hua Hin’s premier golf courses.
Adding to the Irish influence, the event welcomed H.E. Tony Cotter, the Irish Ambassador of Thailand with his team partner and good friend, H.E. Taha Macpherson, the New Zealand Ambassador.
The perpetual Triskele Trophy is a genuine piece of Ireland’s finest workmanship, genuine crystal both hand-blown and cut by craftspeople in Ireland at the House of Waterford Crystal. The triskele motif is widespread in Celtic art with versions found on ancient monuments across the ‘Emerald Isles’.
Apart from the quality of the golf courses, the Triskele Trophy event is at the forefront of the future direction for golf in the region. That’s about enhanced levels of quality, service, value and safety; to enhance the experiences of travellers and golfers from the local community.
Player registration is now open! Click Here: www.thetriskeletrophy.com
Follow the link below to see the Royal Coast Review report on the 2020 edition of the event