Built on the sandy loam soil of China Beach, the Greg Norman designed Danang Golf Club is a fun and interesting golf challenge that every Vietnam golfer will enjoy when playing golf in Vietnam. The fairways at this Danang golf course are often generous and there is restrained use of water and OB, however shots must be carefully placed to give better golfers a chance to go for the pins on the well bunkerred and undulating greens. The fairways at this great Vietnam golf course are also lined and well defined by long needle pines, so miss into the trees and you will be forced to punch off the sand and pine needles along a safe line just to get back into play.
More so than other areas of Vietnam, the wind can play be a major factor on the central coast for Vietnam golf. And when combined with the firm and fast fairways, the wind can tighten up the golf course considerably. This is where those accustomed to links style golf can have an advantage due to the options afforded by the soil and turf conditions that enable low running bump and runs and putting from well off the greens. Creative shot making definitely comes in handy on this, one of the most talked about golf courses in Vietnam.
Reminiscent of both Scottish links golf and Carolina sand hills golf, Australia's Great White Shark Norman has created something special in Vietnam that will make you want to play this course again and again and come back to golf in Vietnam on a regular basis.