Vinpearl Golf Nam Hoi An is going to open soon
- New course opens in Vietnam - Stone Valley Golf Resort
- Nicklaus Design announces new golf course in Vietnam
- Asian Tour returns to The Bluffs for the 2018 Ho Tram Players Championship
Vinpearl Nam Hoi An Golf is an IMG designed course located around 30 minutes south of Hoi An or 1:00 hour from Danang. The Cua Dai Beach (also called Nam Hoi An Beach) area is part of the Hoi An South mega-project and includes multiple golf courses, resorts, entertainment areas, and casinos.
The 18-hole international standard golf course is laid out on mostly flat terrain, with sea views from several of the opening and closing holes. Stunning, rolling dunes with elevation changes from 4 to 11 meters frame Vinpearl Nam Hoi An. Many natural trees on site, with casuarina pine trees close to the ocean and deciduous trees, further inland provide a nice contrast across the golf course. Native grasses, pandanus’ and other dunes type vegetation have been used to maintain the natural beauty and ruggedness of the terrain.
|Golf Courses in Danang
* Ba Na Hills Golf Club
* BRG Da Nang Golf Resort
* Laguna Lang Co Golf Club
* Montgomerie Links Vietnam
* Vinpearl Golf Nam Hoi An
There is a wide variety of golf holes, with a pleasant mix of long and short Par 3’s, Par 4’s and Par 5’s, including two drivable Par 4 holes, one on each Nine. A links style course, Vinpearl also features white sand bunkers with jagged outlines which are stunning next to the all bright green Paspalum turf. The course is not overly difficult as the fairly are large and wide, and greens are gently rolling. Putting is fairly straightforward.
Facilities at Vinpearl Golf Nam Hoi An include a driving range with a large grass tee and well-appointed clubhouse with posh lockers and other amenities. Golf carts are mandatory, though walking is still an option while caddies handle the driving duties. Vinpearl Golf Nam Hoi An is good to include as the first round for any Danang, Vietnam Golf Tour.
Stone Valley Golf Resort near Hanoi, Vietnam, is in the final stages of grow-in of a new eighteen-hole golf course designed by Brian Curley.
As a part of the Nicklaus Companies’ role in Vietnam to help develop the game of golf and design courses across the country, the BRG Group has announced plans to begin work on its seventh Nicklaus Design golf course.
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.