Danang Golf Club

21 Dec 2015

This 6,547 metre, 18-hole links-style Dunes Golf Course, was designed by Greg Norman in the true spirit of the game, meaning making full use of the contours of the land with blown-out bunkers, firm and fast fairways, rugged waste areas, swales and hollows. This award-winning course, which opened for play in 2010, is challenging as it weaves through rugged sand dunes. It has views of ‘China Beach’ and the Marble Mountains and a lot of sand in its topography.

One good thing is that the fairways are quite generous, however there are a large number of waste areas so club selection and accuracy is absolutely key here if you want to achieve a half decent score at the end of your round. Norman has built ‘strategy’ into each hole, and the course’s most difficult hole is the par-4 13th so make sure your tee shot is a strong, right-to-left drive over a mammoth fairway mound which will leave you a mid-iron shot to the slightly elevated green with a false front.

If there is one memorable hole, then it has to be the signature par-3 16th with views of the sea and Cham Island. It is breathtakingly beautiful. Facilities include accommodation (villas and beach resort), clubhouse, pro-shop, restaurant, bar and lounge and golf academy.

A: Hoa Hai Ward, Ngu Hanh Son, Danang City

T: +84 (511) 3958 111

E: reservations@dananggolfclub.com

W: www.dananggolfclub.com