At Danang Golf Club, Greg Norman has created a wonderful and authentic links golf course which was voted as one of the best new courses in the world and it certainly lives up to its billing. Fast and firm fairways and greens offering a completely different experience from the traditional Asian layout. One of our favourite golf courses in Vietnam.
In keeping with its design philosophy you won’t find much water and instead in line with traditional links courses you will find fast and firm fairways that bleed gently into the natural local vegetation, bumps and hollows, huge bunkers and uneven waste areas.
The prevailing wind, also a traditional hazard on Scottish links courses, also plays a part here but fortunately not too many of the holes play into the prevailing wind.
The 16th is Danang Golf Club’s signature hole with the sea and the Cham Islands in the background – the wind makes club selection difficult. A tough finishing hole but if you can avoid the menacing bunker on the left side of the fairway you should be able to reach the green.
A truly stunning golfing experience with few equals in South East Asia with a purpose built clubhouse with everything you need to compete a perfect day on the links.