Hanoi is one of the most beautiful cities in Vietnam, but what makes it extra special is the availability of several golf courses. This is a brief list of the golf clubs in Hanoi area.
If you are a golf lover and up for a real treat. Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, boasting seven golf courses can be any golf lover’s paradise. Let’s have a look at these golf courses in Hanoi.
BRG Legend Hill Golf Resort was the first golf course in Vietnam built by Nicklaus Design (US), which was founded by the world famous golfer Jack Nicklaus. This golf course was built in the year 2015 and spreads over an area measuring more than 7000 yards. This is located in the north-east part of Hanoi, in the beautiful mountainous region of Soc Son and is almost 20 minutes ride from the airport.
The golf course is built on the “twin greens” concept and was both inspiring as well as challenging for the Nicklaus Design team. BRG Legend Hill Golf Resort is one of a kind and provides golfers the unique experience of playing in an 18-hole golf course and 36 green complexes, offering the maximum variation in the entire of Vietnam. With the mountains around, the palm trees lining the golf course and resort, the system of yards, waterfront bodies, everything seems in a harmonious amalgamation that resonates a very natural landscape, yet provides a challenging variation for the golfers.
This is the 2th ground which the golf lovers must visit while in Hanoi. Designed in 2002 by Ahn Moon Hwan, the arena complies with the requirements according to the PGA standards. It is an 18-hole golf course that allows getting a panoramic view of the entire Hanoi. The golf course is divided into two parts where the members have to play for a championship while the non-members can only in the Sky Course.
This golf course has been one of the most famous areas for playing golf for a long time. The uniqueness of this golf course is that it has two modes or types of course that spread over 350 hectares of lands and 1500 hectares of waterfronts. The players can choose between Lakeside and the Mountain-view side. The former was designed in 1993 by Robert Mcfarland and is a beautiful ground with a 36 hole, 72 par stretch. The mountain-view side, on the other hand is a wooded 18-holed, 72 par arena. This was designed by Pacific coast developers (PCD) and is located in Vietnam Ethnic Culture and Tourism Village. The vastness of the course and the different level of difficulty will provide an excellent time for golfers while playing here.
Van Tri Golf Club is the first privately-owned golf club in Vietnam and is situated about 4 km from Hanoi through the Noi Bai Highway. This golf course was built way back in 2007 by the designer Peter Rousseau. Since this is privately owned club, it has all the amenities suited to private members’ tastes with international cuisines in the clubhouse and high standards of service. However, this golf club membership is just restricted to 400 members. Because of its characteristic of ownership, Van Tri Golf Club is ideal for all levels of golfers who would like to spend some time alone with their friends, family or business associates.
Asean Golf 24h is built within the Asean Resort and Spa and is a 330-minute drive from the city center. This golf course, built over an area of 5 hectares, is a 9-hole golf course, with 8 par-3 holes and 1 par-4 hole. The golf course provides quite a challenging spread for the golfers and helps them have maximum swing using wooden sticks. This is a world-class golf course with hosts of services and amenities ranging from tee boxes, fairways, bunkers and different types of traps to increase the challenge for the golfers. It has the perfect lighting system which helps the golfers have a unique experience.
Built in 2006, Hanoi Golf Club is one beautiful golfing area and is situated near Noi Bai airport, making it one of the easily accessible golf courses in Hanoi. It is also the only course that is built by a Japanese designer by the name Sasumu Fujitwara. The area was developed with a lot of care and technicalities and provides the player with flexible spaces while playing golf. It is an all-season course which means that you can visit this place in any season to play golf.
The 2014-built golf course by Nelson Haworth is one of the most popular grounds in Hanoi that is known to attract many professional and amateur golf lovers year around. The ground is designed very carefully and the landscaping is fantastic. It won the award for being the most beautiful ground in Vietnam as well as entire Asia. If you love to play golf, be sure that you visit this ground.
So if you want to spend a luxurious vacation and punch it with some golfing actions, Hanoi is the place that offers you plenty of choices. Make sure to be in the right place at the right time to never miss out on any fun.
Yen Dung Resort And Golf Club
Located in Tien Phong commune, Yen Dung district, Bac Giang province, 50 km drive of Hanoi, Yen Dung Resort & Golf Club has become an ideal destination with the leading golf course and luxurious resort in Vietnam.
Expanding 190 hectares, the 36-hole golf course is constructed in 2 phases. The first phase of 18-hole Hillside course has operated since August 2017 and the second phase of 18-hole Rock Valley course will be constructed in the near future.
Designed by Albanese & Lutzke – the American leading Golf Course Design and Construction Management Company, the hidden charm of Nham Bien mountain range has been awaken. The architects have created a variety of golf holes by making the most of the natural downhill slopes with ingenious arrangement of bunkers and water hazards. Each green and tee has unique view that brings different emotions to golfers. Your heart is filled with satisfaction when conquering these challenging golf holes and enjoying the peaceful beauty of a northern-featured countryside village under the foothills.
Coming Yen Dung Resort & Golf Club is also to enjoy a system of modern bungalows and villas, which is under construction in the heart of the golf course. Each bungalow and villa is the truly work of art with light and space, uniqueness and creativeness, and nature and man-made structure.