The 3rd Vietnam Junior Open 2018 ended with the new champion from Australia, Caleb Jye Perry to finish at +6, 2 shots ahead of defending champion Hanako Kawasaki, who got the silver medal.
Japanese-Vietnamese Hanako Kawasaki claimed victory at the 2018 Vietnam's Ladies Amateur Open on Monday at the SAM Tuyền Lâm Resort in Đà Lạt.
Junior Lilia Vu was named the PING WGCA Player of the Year, as announced on Tuesday.
The Asian Tour will be heading back to Vietnam for this first time since 2015 for the Ho Tram Players Championship, which will be staged from December 6 to 9.
Vietnam is fast becoming one of the leading Asian golf destinations. Have many golf courses with new one’s opening on a regular basis. However, golf in Vietnam can be different to how golf is played elsewhere. Certain aspects of golf etiquette are unique and characteristic of a country that has special culture and customs.
Have you ever golfed with a caddie? If not, you are in for a real treat golfing in Vietnam. Almost people agrees that golfing with a caddie in Vietnam adds another dimension to of golf and is a must experience for all Vietnam golf visitors.
It is very easy to spot those who favor a slice when golfing in Vietnam.
Lilia Vu owes her place on the U.S. Curtis Cup team, in part, to a Brit. It was England’s Bronte Law who took Vu under her wing freshman year at UCLA and taught her that “every little thing matters.” She blossomed under Law’s tutelage, becoming the winningest Bruin in school history.
Vietnam is a country that is full of history, but it is only recently that Vietnam golf holidays have been added the country’s rich stories. Its long history includes revolutions, wars, and unpredictable economies.
BRG Da Nang Golf Resort, a member of BRG Group, today has officially opened a new stunning course designed by the world's leading golf course Architects Nicklaus Design . Harmonized with the existing 18-hole Greg Norman course, a classic sand dune style, this new Nicklaus course promises to bring a completely different golf experience for golfers due to the wooden bulkheads that line many of the Tees, Fairways and Greens.