Golf at the best golf courses in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Vung Tau Paradise Golf Resort has 27 holes and is located about 125 kilometers from Saigon City Centre. The Golf Resort is one of the least played as it is pretty far located from the main city centre.
The Golf Resort is a Taiwanese designed golf course and was the 1st beachside course in Vietnam and it gives players of all stages a real challenge. Most players explain the golf course as a examining, links style designed course which has an in-land feel despite being along breathtaking seashores with amazing sea sights on many of the holes. The nice breeze from the sea will keep the golfer nice and cool.
Located 60 minutes from Ho Chi Minh City Centre you will find the 27holes international championship Twin Doves Members Golf Club. The Golf Course has a natural environment and has three 9 known as Luna, Mare, and Sole. With the outlook of the non-urban Vietnam landscapes the Luna Course is recognized by many little mountains and nearby jungles. This course has mixed all the organic forms of the area which are used as complicated risks. 5 of the holes are linked by moving mountains and the rest are divided by tree-lined fairways.
Located 50km from Ho Chi Minh City the Dong Nai Golf Resort was Vietnam golfs first 27 hole golf resort. Water is in play on the Dong Nai golf course’s first five holes as well as seven of the back nine. The signature third hole, a par 3, 165 yard wonder, plays to an island green with stunning scenery and abundant wildlife around the lake backdrop. This Vietnam golf course is challenging yet provides a relaxing golf day for those visiting Vietnam for a golf vacation or Vietnam golf tour.
The Long Thanh Golf Club offers 36 holes of golf in the former rice paddies and scenic countryside surrounding Saigon. This Excellent year round golf course in Vietnam is usually in good condition and ensures all golfers visiting Vietnam have an enjoyable time golfing at Long Thanh. This Hoi Chi Minh golf course is a long time favourite among locals, with some even preferring Long Thanh Golf Club over its more famous neighbour Vietnam Country Club.
Vietnam Golf & Country Club has two 18 hole championship length golf courses. Located just 20 kilometers from the center of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Golf and Country Club is also the nearest golf club to Ho Chi Minh and is one of the most reputable golf courses in Vietnam.
Vietnam’s first seaside golf course offers challenging links-style golf with spectacular views out over the sea. Located at Vung Tau, 125 km southeast of Ho Chi Minh City, Paradise Golf Club and Beach Resort is one of those little secrets of Vietnam golf and is ideal for the those golfers wanting a no-stress Vietnam golf course. The course at Vung Tau Paradise Golf Resort is a 27 hole layout. Due to the relatively long 2.5 hour drive from Central Saigon Paradise resort remains one of Vietnam’s least played golf courses.
Song Be Golf Resort was Vietnam’s first international championship golf course and is widely regarded as one of the most challenging layouts in the country. This Vietnam golf resort was built in 1994 out of the natural landscape of fruit orchards and coconut palms. In 1995 the Song Be golf course was officially rated in accordance with the USGA/SGA requirements.
(excellent course on private island in the Saigon River) Taekwang Jeongsan Country Club is location on its own island in the Saigon River. Travel to the Ho Chi Minh City golf course requires golfers to travel out of the city on Vietnam’s main north-south highway and take a ferry across the Saigon River. All in it takes around 90 minute to reach the golf course from the main hotel districts in Ho Chi Minh City.
The Greg Norman designed Bluffs Ho Tram Strip golf course is located 80 kilometers southeast of Ho Chi Minh City in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province on the southern Vietnamese coastline. It takes around 2 hours to reach by a mix of highway and local roads from Ho Chi Minh City. The Bluffs Ho Tram is a unique links style par-71 golf course on a rugged site often accompanied by strong onshore breezes.