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welcome to a place where golf’s history is revered as much as the game itself. Here, along Vietnam’s stunning Central Coast and amid a wild, seaside landscape almost identical to what the world’s first golf courses were carved from, an experience was crafted as much by Mother Nature as it was by the legendary Greg Norman. In other words, it’s links-style golf in the truest sense of the term. And it’s here, in Asia, for the very first time, for golfers to enjoy
Just because the game of golf didn’t originate in Central Vietnam doesn’t mean the region is short on history. A mere 15 minutes south of Danang Golf Club lies the ancient trading port of Hoi An, which for centuries possessed the largest harbor in Southeast Asia. It’s still as charming as ever, thanks to its UNESCO World Heritage status and its people, whose friendliness is as obvious as the town’s rich architecture. Closer to the club, a 17-kilometer stretch of beach that Forbes ranks among the top 10 in the world beckons sun seekers and day dreamers alike. Hue, the former imperial capital of Vietnam, is just two hours’ drive north.
Danang Golf Club is just off of Son Tra - Dien Ngoc Coastal Street, 15 minutes by car from Danang International Airport, which services a number of carriers that fly between the Central Coast city and:
- Hanoi, Vietnam (1 hour)
- Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (1 hour, 10 minutes)
- Guangzhou, China (2 hours)
- Singapore (2 hours, 45 minutes)
- Taipei, Taiwan (3 hours, 45 minutes)
Like the design of the course, the 3,800-square-meter clubhouse echoes the gently tiered contours of the dune topography on which it is set, as well as the plateau of Marble Mountains in the distance. Glass curtain walls and meshed cladding enhance the sense of a natural, spontaneous transition from exterior to interior, an atmosphere that is inviting rather than grandiose. Under roof, food and beverage options – including a private dining room, member’s terrace and hip bar and café – make for a “19th hole” on par with the most amenity-rich resorts in Asia.