BRG Da Nang Golf Resort

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BRG Da Nang Golf Resort
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On Danang Beach, halfway between Danang and Hoi An, Central Vietnam
Open time: Every day
40 USD

About:

BRG Da Nang Golf Resort is the perfect venue for private parties, functions, special events and corporate golf days. The golf course has been home to several major events such as the Heineken World Golfer Championships finals, Johnnie Walker Blue Label Trophy, Mercedes Championships finals and events for leading banks, pharmaceuticals and recognized golf societies…

Designer: Greg Norman

Golf Cart:  USD 40 , 20 (share)

Holes / Par / Yardage:  18 holes par 72 (7142 yards)

Established:  2010

Golf Set:  40 USD

Distance:  20 minutes from Da Nang Airport, 20 minutes from Hoi An

Closed on:  Open everyday

Driving Range:  Yes

Max. golfers per group:  Weekday: 4 – Weekend: 4

Facilities:  Restaurants

Why BRG Da Nang Golf Resort is special ?

The Dunes course is situated on the fledgling central coast of Vietnam amid 150 hectares of dunescape similar to what the world’s first golf courses were carved from. Its chief feature is a 7,160-yard, 18-hole, links-style layout that was designed in the true spirit of the game — blown-out bunkers, firm and fast fairways that bleed gently into wild seaside vegetation, rugged waste areas, swales and hollows — by Australian golf legend and former world No. 1 Greg Norman. It lies in close proximity to two of Vietnam’s most historic destinations — UNESCO World Heritage sites Hoi An and Hue — and offers breathtaking views of the Marble Mountains, East Sea and Cham IslandsWhen Greg Norman checked in on the progress of the Dunes Course, in March 2010, he said: “The fact is, you’d be doing a very poor job to make a boring course out of a site like this.” Certainly Mother Nature had a gigantic hand in the formation of a layout that evokes an experience often found in seaside courses in the British Isles and southeastern Australia. But make no mistake: This is Vietnam. One look at the stunning, par-3 16th hole – back-dropped as it is by traditional, long-tail fishing boats that troll the warm waters of the East Sea – is all it takes.

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