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The first Luke Donald designed course with a diverse mix of natural topography and vegetation. All the 18-holes are floodlit and the modern Clubhouse provides first-class facilities.
There are some stunning & challenging holes, which keep all levels of golfers interested.
Chi Linh Star is a high quality challenging golf course, over an hour’s drive from Hanoi on the way to Halong Bay.
The layout which includes hills and a lake for the quality of the fairways and greens and the re- done club house.
Danang Golf Club makes good use of the sandy soil and makes the whole experience mesmerising as close to a links course.
Set by the sea and in between the hills, this is a long championship course, where the pleasure is heightened.
Known as the Ruby Tree Golf Resort, this resort-style course offers an overall beautiful and challenging layout for golfers of all levels.
The only Japanese-managed golf course in Vietnam with undulating greens, water hazards and mountains in the backdrop.
This 18-hole course is a pleasure to play in amidst nature, with the variety of wildlife around.
Located on its own island in the Saigon River, it is an excellent 18-hole layout with two contrasting courses- the Sun and the Moon Courses.
There are 2 – 18 hole golf courses on offer – the newer Mountain View Course and the original Lakeside Course.
Sir Nick Faldo fulfils the notion of Danang being the equivalent of the Golf Coast of Vietnam.
The course is greased with Paspalum fairways, tee boxes, and rough while the greens are constructed of Tiff Eagle Bermuda grass, providing the best hitting surface.
The Ronald Fream designed Long Thanh Golf Resort features 2- 18 Hole golf courses- the championship Hill Course.
The golf course is so so green, with a links feel to it, challenging enough to make you play the course again.
Comprising three 18 hole golf courses, this is by far the largest golfing facility in Vietnam.
The first planned 54-hole complex that has been acclaimed as one of the best in Vietnam. With the layout blending beautifully among the natural landscape, all the three courses provide a challenging game.
This Canadian-designed course sits in a deep valley surrounded by pine trees and mountains.
A challenging Sea Links, set out on a clifftop with spectacular sights of the Mui Ne Bay.
Sky Lake Resort & Golf Club was awarded in 2015 as both the best championship course in Vietnam and the 5th best course in Vietnam.
Song Be Golf Resort was Vietnam’s first international championship golf course and is widely regarded as one of the challenging layouts in the country.
The Tam Dao golf course is located in a beautiful setting, winding by the mountainside in the Tam Dao National Park area, northwest of Hanoi.
A public 36-hole golf course designed out of the surrounding flattish land with earth mounding, water hazards, large bunkers and undulating greens.
The Bluffs Ho Tram is a unique links style par-71 golf course on a rugged site often accompanied by strong onshore breezes.
Spread amidst hilly pine tree forests and spring-fed lakes, it presents a challenging game for golfers of all levels.
The Twin Doves Golf Resort is an example of the stellar quality of golfing facilities available in Vietnam.
The Van Tri Golf Club is one of the more exclusive private members’ clubs that one would come across in SouthEast Asia.
Featuring 2 courses - East Course and West Course, this club is a great option given its location within the city limits.
One of the landmarks in Nha Trang is the Vinpearl, which is home to an amusement park and a challenging golf.
The Taiwanese designed Paradise Golf Club was the first seaside golf course in Vietnam to offer challenges to golfers of all levels.
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