It is well-known that Vietnam was honored as the "Best Golf Destination in Asia" at the prestigious 2019 World Golf Awards. Many of Vietnam's courses rank among the top in the region, making it an incredibly attractive golf destination. The reason behind this is quite understandable. Vietnam's diversity has influenced the diversity of its golf courses. This is because golf courses here combine tropical beauty with the aesthetic of playing in classic Far Eastern settings.

Renowned golf course architects have contributed to upscale course designs. Legendary architects like Greg Norman, Jack Nicklaus, and Nick Faldo have had a significant impact on the development of golf in Vietnam, designing some of the country's most famous courses.

The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip:

Greg Norman has left behind some famous course layouts in Vietnam and was appointed as Vietnam's official tourism ambassador by Australia in 2018. The Shark Club's achievement in Vietnam so far is undoubtedly The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip. It ranks among the world's best courses (listed 35th in Golf Digest's 2018 ranking of the best courses outside the United States).

Situated on towering seaside dunes, it's one of the few championship courses with significant elevation changes, offering a satisfying golf experience in terms of scenery. The highest point is 50 meters above sea level, but one of the most spectacular spots is the 15th green, not far from the 4th green. Here, golfers can enjoy a 360-degree view of the course, the surrounding national forest, the vast coastline, and the beauty of the Grand Ho Tram Mountain. The challenging 18th hole, an uphill par 4, is one of the toughest tests in the region.

Laguna Lang Co Golf Club:

Located at the northern end of the Central Coast, Laguna Lang Co Golf Club is worth a visit. Designed by the great British architect Nick Faldo, the course weaves through forests, over rice paddies and streams, along distinctive rock formations, and intense ocean waves, making it hard to classify.

One thing everyone agrees on is that the course, nestled between mountains and sea, has a visually enchanting effect. While some argue to call it a "links" course, its classic "out and back" layout and the invigorating feel of the sea breeze evoke thoughts of the British Isles.

The 9th hole (a par 4) offers ocean views and is adjacent to the beach. Similarly, the short 11th hole from elevated tees is very charming, with the green surrounded by rocks, giving it a unique feel. At this point, the course is close to the mountains and rolling waterfalls.

KN Golf Links Cam Ranh:

In Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam's natural beauty offers the most spectacular views. Forest-covered mountains seem to bathe in the deep sea, with fishing boats and lush islands dotting the landscape. For golf enthusiasts, KN Golf Links at the southern end of the bay is the most appealing, claiming to be one of the best new courses in the region.

KN Golf Links Cam Ranh opened in late October 2018, designed by a designer named Greg Norman according to the latest creative designs in Vietnam. Since its completion, it has attracted much attention, with discussions about the best golf experience in Asia, ranking in the top ten of Norman's designs with over 100 years of design experience.

With 27 holes, nine of which are garden-style oasis courses, the course is meticulously designed, hanging within the clubhouse. The most talked-about is a links course, its maximized circular contours representing the spectacular sand dunes. This is because the course is built on sand dunes. The shape of the 17th hole, a par 5, resembles an impressive backdrop, with the fairways solid and fast, and the green area smooth, with towering boulders.

Danang Golf Resort:

As one of Greg Norman's major achievements in Vietnam, the BRG Danang Golf Resort's course is unparalleled: it was rated as one of the best clubs in Asia when it opened in 2010 and still maintains that status today.

The course's exquisite design, built on sandy loam, winds through steep sand dunes and funnels made of long pine trees. The nearby Marble Mountains and the long 10th hole (a par 5 winding through the spectacular sand dunes) provide stunning visual effects for the course. Despite its proximity, only the 16th hole offers a view of the sea, which is breathtaking.

Beyond the newly grown green saucer-shaped sand dunes, the white sands of Non Nuoc Beach extend into the azure sea, with the deep blue sky reflecting the islands of the Blue Islands.

FLC Quy Nhon Golf Links:

FLC Quy Nhon Golf Links offers breathtaking views and pristine beaches, located in a more mature coastal center. Qui Nhon is one of the essential sites to understand Vietnam.

The two excellent golf courses here, though of superior quality, have not yet reflected their fame. The mountain and ocean courses, in addition to offering spectacular golf courses, also have severe challenges.

The layout of the two courses forms a distinct contrast. The mountain course, designed by the well-known American design firm Schmidt-Curley, is built on sandy loam hillsides dominated by pine shrubs, with wide fairways, and many holes offering ocean views. The ocean course, designed by Jack Nicklaus, has many exciting holes winding along the coast's main section.

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