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Best golf courses in Vietnam

Discover the top 10 golf courses in the world’s fastest growing golf destination, Vietnam has plenty to offer.

Joseph Dent
Joseph Dent
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Rich in history with a diverse landscape, Vietnam is a destination that has something to offer everyone. Add to that, it is one of the fastest growing golf destinations in the world make it a great place to go on a golfing holiday.

With so many great layouts to choose from, we’ve picked out the very best golf courses in Vietnam to play on your next bucket-list golf holiday.

Bluffs Ho Tram Strip

According to Greg Norman, Bluffs Ho Tram Strip is one of the most exceptional golf experiences in the world and we don’t disagree with him. Situated on the beautiful Vietnamese coastline approximately 80 miles southeast of Ho Chi Ming City, this rugged, windswept golf course is a true modern masterpiece.

Bluffs Ho Tram Strip

Measuring over 7,000 yards, with dramatic ocean views and towering sand dunes make playing Bluffs Ho Tram Strip a truly memorable experience.

It's not just the golf course that is impressive at Bluffs Ho Tram Strip, the facilities and clubhouse are truly world class making it the ultimate golfing experience in Vietnam.

The Bluffs Grand Ho Tram Strip

Hoiana Shores

Opened in 2019, Hoiana Shores is a world class Robert Trent Jones Jr designed links course set on the spectacular Vietnamese coastline, just 10km south of the ancient town of Hoi An.

The course provides great variety with holes navigating their way through the dunes and native areas as well as holes that run along the shoreline. With multiple tee options the course can be set up for Championship golf as well as those looking for something a bit more fun.

KN Golf Links Cam Ranh

Another Greg Norman masterpiece, “The Links” course at KN Cam Ranh Golf Links is a stunning 18-hole course that measures over 7,150 yards from the championship tees. Winding through beautiful white sand dunes, the course has lots of natural undulations and contouring making it a lot of fun to play.

Providing a stark contrast to The Links course, the 9-hole Oasis course has a much more American feel with water coming into play on 8 out of the 9 holes. A great addition to its bigger sibling!

KN Golf Links

BRG Da Nang Golf Resort (Norman Course)

BRG Da Nang Golf Resort was Greg Norman’s first course he built in Vietnam and since its opening in 2010 it has won multiple awards worldwide – making it an easy addition to our best golf courses in Vietnam list.

A unique blend of traditional Scottish Links and Australian Sandbelt courses, the Norman Course features generous fairways that are lined with pine trees, large waste areas and undulating greens.

BRG Da Nang Golf Resort

Montgomerie Links

The first course to be built in Central Vietnam and situated just south of BRG Da Nang Golf Resort, the Montgomerie Links was designed by European Tour legend Colin Montgomerie back in 2009.

Monty has created a unique course that combes elements of links golf with natural indigenous trees and water features. Measuring just under 7,100 yards this course with its large greens, clever bunkering and scrubland waste areas makes it an enjoyable test of golf for any plater.

Montgomerie Links Vietnam

Laguna Lang Co

Nestled between rugged mountains and white sandy beaches, Laguna Lang Co is like playing golf in a tropical paradise. Measuring just under 7,000 yards this championship course is one of Sir Nick Faldo’s greatest projects.

The course meanders through trees, over rice paddies and through imposing rock features making it a truly unique golfing experience.

Laguna Golf Lăng Cô

Ba Na Hills Golf Club

Set in the foothills of the Ba Ha Mountains, you really feel at one with nature when you are playing Ba Na Hills Golf Club. Designed by Luke Donald, his first-ever design project, this mountain course is carved out of the forest he has used the natural landscape of the land to create a course that features many elevation changes and dramatic views.

Ba Na Hills is also floodlit, giving visitors the unique opportunity to play golf at night when the forest comes alive with wildlife.

Ba Na Hills Golf Club

Dalat Palace

One of the oldest golf clubs in Vietnam, Dalat Palace is a stark contrast to the modern courses that have been built in recent years. Situated 5,000ft above sea level, Dalat Palace has a much more traditional feel about it both on and off the course.

The Clubhouse which was built in 1956, still has most of its original period features and the course feels much more European with mature pine trees and lakes dominating the landscape. Measuring just over 7,000 yards and featuring the only bent grass greens in Vietnam, Dalat Palace is definitely worth playing.

Dalat Golf Club

BRG Kings Island Golf Resort (Kings Course)

The third course to be built at BRG King Island Golf Resort, the Kings Course is regarded by many as the best of the lot. Opened in 2018 and designed by Jack Nicklaus II, it is a modern resort style course with wide fairways and strategically placed bunkers.

The front nine meandering through natural woodland whilst the back nine weaves it was around large lakes. A fun and exciting challenge awaits when you finish on the 18th green…a special par-3 19th hole, plays from a tee above a rock waterfall to an island green. Double or quits?

BRG Kings Island Golf Resort

FLC Quy Nhon Golf Links (Mountain Course)

Opened in 2017, the Mountain Course at FLC Golf Links Quy Nhon has been built on a sand-based, pine scrub hillside and features views of the South China Sea from 16 of its 18 holes.

Wide fairways help players negotiate the region’s frequent strong winds and the large greens, with big slopes, backstops, punchbowls and run off areas make playing this course a fun and challenging experience.

FLC Quy Nhon Golf Links Mountain Course

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