Masters Week will start off nice but then turn stormy Wednesday, and the end of the tournament could also see thunderstorms, at least on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service. Gusty winds could also bedevil players on those days.
Ian Poulter never gave up the dream of playing this week in the Masters Tournament.
Here are three tips to make your golfing holiday in Danang more enjoyable
This year, the Organising Committee hopes to raise nearly VND1.4 billion ($637,000) from the tournament to enrich the Swing for the Kids Scholarship Fund.
The Masters is a wonderful, special tournament. It's also a singularly unique place, in every way. There are certain protocols in place that patrons (that's what they call fans there, by the way) need to keep in mind when they touch the tournament's hallowed grounds, and some general best practices that you should probably study ahead of time. So whether you're heading to the tournament for your first time or just dreaming of it, here's a few handy pieces of advice...
Golf in Vietnam is becoming an increasingly popular activity and it’s easy to see why with a diverse and picturesque landscape, five-star hotels at a fraction of the price, delicious award-winning dining options and a plentiful amount of stunning resorts and championship quality golf courses designed by all your favourite architects while featuring ocean and mountain views at every turn.
One thing people really like about golf in Vietnam is that all Vietnam golf courses have the same system with respect to golf carts (buggies). That is they are always optional, and when used golf carts can be shared between 2 golfers.
Sunday’s Final Four at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play will include a pair of Georgia Bulldogs, a two-and-done phenom from Alabama and a Swede from Stockholm via Stillwater, that would be Oklahoma.
The third VGA Union Cup is scheduled to take place at the Long Thành Golf Course in the southern province of Đồng Nai on March 21.
In order, world No. 1 Dustin Johnson, No. 3 Jon Rahm, No. 4 Jordan Spieth, No. 6 Hideki Matsuyama, No. 7 Rory McIlroy and No. 11 Jason Day all failed to advance to this week’s knockout stage. In fact, of the 16 pods only five were won by the group’s highest-seeded player.