Ba Na Hills Golf Club, BRG Danang Golf Club, Hoiana Shores and Montgomerie Links Vietnam will give you the ultimate golfing experience.
You will be spoiled by Vietnam’s friendly caddies.
Hoiana Shores Golf Club is the first Robert Trent Jones II Golf Course Architects (RTJ II) golf course in Vietnam.
Forty-five minutes south of Danang International Airport and 8 kilometers south of the Hoi An Ancient Town UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hoiana Shores plays through dunes along the Vietnamese coastline.
The town is known as “The City of Lanterns,” and fittingly, lanterns instead of flags top the pins at Hoiana.
Ba Na Hills Golf Club is the first Luke Donald designed course not only in Asia, but the world and is managed by IMG.
This Da Nang golf course is 25 minutes inland from Danang Vietnam near at the Bana foothills. Ba Na Hills is laid out in several valleys of the surrounding mountain ranges with a diverse mix of natural topography and vegetation.
The holes at higher elevation have nice vantage points with spectacular views of the valleys below. At 7,858 yards in length the par-72 golf course provides a good balance of challenge and enjoyment for golfers of all skill levels.
Reminiscent of both Scottish links and Carolina coastal golf, Australia’s Great White Shark Greg Norman has created arguably Vietnam’s best course at BRG Danang Golf Club.
Built on sandy loam at Danang Beach, fairways are generous and there is restrained use of water. Shots must be carefully placed to give players a chance to go for the pins on the well-bunkered and undulating greens.
The Montgomerie Links, located just off historical Danang Beach and minutes from the Danang City, is a stunning 7090 yard par-72 golf course. The course was rated as one of Asia’s ten most elite courses by the 2012 Forbes Travel Guide and most recently voted as ‘Vietnam’s Best Championship Course 2013’ by the Vietnam Golf Magazine. Since then, yearly awards are common for Montgomerie.
Nearby Hoi An, known for being a UNESCO World Heritage site, also has a fantastic beachscape, making the perfect palette for this links-style course. Locals know the Montgomerie Links Vietnam as Monty Links, which gives golfers the feeling of being in Ireland or Scotland without the cold temperatures of the British Isles!
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We’ll drive 20 minutes from Danang to Hoi An. Nestled on the banks of the Thu Bon River, Hoi An is a charming small town with an eccentric mix of western and eastern-influenced architecture. During the 17-18th centuries, under the Nguyen Lords, Hoi An was a flourishing international trading port that was visited by many westerners. Most of Hoi An’s lovely pagodas contain elements from three religions — Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism. Visit the old merchant’s house with influences from Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese architecture; the 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge;
Set in 3 areas of lush tropical gardens, the cooking school is one of highlights to the culinary scene in Hoi An. Meet up with your chef at Hai cafe for a brief introduction then meander through a local wet market with your chef to enjoy its sight, sound and aroma. It is chance to learn how to select fresh produce and which ingredients are applicable to be put into Vietnamese cuisine. Then embark on a 30min boat trip to the school. Get your camera ready as the cruise offers a glimpse of local river life. Upon arrival at this green space, enjoy a hands-on authentic Vietnamese cooking class.
Hue was the capital of Vietnam’s last emperor and is a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE site. Enjoy a scenic drive to the former Royal city over Hai Van Pass where a spectacular panorama of the central coastline can be viewed from the summit along with relics from several of the past wars which were fought in this area. Upon arrival in Hue, visit to the Thien Mu pagoda, Hue’s most preserved religious monument standing on the riverbank with its seven floor tower. Then continue to visit the Imperial Citadel built in the early 19th century. Have lunch among amazing historical and cultural sights.
Round 2 @ Ba Na Hills Golf Club
3 nights in Hanoi & 3 nights Halong Bay
4 rounds at Championship Golf Courses
Gala Dinner Cruise
Entry is open to all male and female golfers over the age of 35 with an official handicap. All golfers play a 72 hole single stableford event, while “A” grade golfers are eligible to compete for the best stroke / gross.
Age Groups and Handicap Divisions (A,B,C)
You are guaranteed to play with golfers your own age and standard:
35-55 (max. h’cap 30 men; 40 ladies)
56-65 (max. h’cap 30 men; 40 ladies)
66+ (max. h’cap 36 men; 45 ladies)
In order to compete for prizes, competitors must have an official handicap (endorsed by your club or authorized handicap golf association). Players without handicaps are welcome to join as social players, as these are primarily social events for club golfers. We will help assign a playing division so your paired with similar ability golfers. Social players may still compete for daily technical prizes like near the pin and also any raffle draws.
PACE OF PLAY
For the enjoyment of all players, field sizes will be limited and marshalls will monitor pace of play.
Over US $10,000 in prizes and lucky draws will be given away at the gala presentation dinner.