Golf enthusiasts will enjoy this package featuring the best golf courses in and around Saigon. Begin your golfing adventure at Twin Doves Golf Club an exclusive members club with top-notch facilities featuring an interesting golf course that plays through the beautiful Vietnamese countryside.
Enjoy golfing at the pristine Long Thanh Golf Club, a favourite in the local golfing scene. Play at Vietnam’s first international championship golf course, Song Be Golf Resort, an ecological sanctuary carved out of orchards and padi fields.
Next, enjoy a round at the Vietnam Golf and Country Club widely regarded as the country’s premier golf club, with its tour championship worthy courses. Be invigorated when you golf at the Taekwang Jeongsan Country Club, a delightful Ronald Fream design located on the ecological island of Dai Phuoc.
Experience the idyllic Royal Island Golf Club, challenging natural island course with narrow and mildly undulating fairways and a myriad of water hazards. Admire the best of the Vietnamese countryside at the Dong Nai Golf Course, a tranquil parkland style course with abundant native wildlife.
Finish off your Saigon golfing escapade with a round at Tan Son Nhat Golf Club the first golf course built in the urban area of Ho Chi Minh City, designed by one of the world’s leading golf course designers Nelson & Haworth.
Day 1 : Arrival in Ho Chi Minh City
Upon your arrival to the airport in Ho Chi Minh City, private transfer to a hotel in Ho Chi Minh City where you will check-in for 8 nights stay.
Day 2 : Ho Chi Minh City (Breakfast)
Kick off your Saigon golf adventure with a round at the Twin Doves Golf Club, an exclusive members club with excellent facilities featuring 27-holes set in the Vietnamese countryside. The scenic ‘Luna Course’ incorporates challenging elements of the hilly woodlands terrain with rolling hills and tree-lined fairways. Nature’s best continue to feature in the ‘Stella Course’ as creeks weave between its tree-flanked holes, and the interesting multi-tiered greens place a premium on accurate shot making. The third nine, the ‘Sole Course’ is built around a signature lake with an island green, beach bunkers, and of course a series of challenging water hazards.
Day 3 : Ho Chi Minh City (Breakfast)
Play a round at the pristine Long Thanh Golf Club, a favourite in the local golfing scene with two 18-hole golf courses. The ‘Hill Course’ and ‘Lake Course’ feature rolling fairways and large undulating greens, with many high-lipped bunkers and water hazards waiting to catch errant shots. The championship ‘Hill Course’ winds through palm plantation and beautiful water features, while the ‘Lake Course’ is flatter and more accommodating to the higher handicappers.
Day 4 : Ho Chi Minh City (Breakfast)
Enjoy a good challenge when you play 18 holes at Song Be Golf Resort. Vietnam’s first international championship golf course is an ecological sanctuary carved out of orchards and padi fields. This 27-hole championship golf course is designed to invigorate your senses, with each nine presenting unique challenges. The Lotus Course features scenic lakes, while palm trees and narrow fairways test you on the Palm Course. The Desert Course is the most demanding of the three nines, with its long and narrow fairways and strategic bunkers.
Day 5 : Ho Chi Minh City (Breakfast)
Widely regarded as the country’s premier golf club, Vietnam Golf and Country Club has hosted Asian Tour events on both of its championship courses. The ‘West Course’ plays long, and tee shots are challenging with narrow landing areas. The hillier Lee Trevino designed East Course offers more generous fairways but is protected by more than 100 well-positioned bunkers. The key to scoring well here is avoid the tricky water hazards, and to manage the undulating fast-rolling greens.
Day 6 : Ho Chi Minh City (Breakfast)
Be invigorated when you golf at the Taekwang Jeongsan Country Club, a delightful course located on the ecological island of Dai Phuoc. Take a pleasant 30-minute boat ride from Ho Chi Minh City along the Saigon River to arrive at this Ronald Fream design. The course is challenging with its length, an interesting mix of both pot and modern bunkers on fairly flat terrain lending a Scottish feel to the layout. Enjoy the smooth and fast greens of this course.
Day 7 : Ho Chi Minh City (Breakfast)
We head down to the idyllic Royal Island Golf Club Located along the Dong Nai River. This natural island course is a beauty with its narrow and mildly undulating fairways. Its myriad of water hazards challenges even the most experienced of golfers. There are ongoing multi-million dollar development plans to add another 18-hole course and hotel accommodation to this beautiful resort site in the future.
Day 8 : Ho Chi Minh City (Breakfast)
Admire the best of the Vietnamese countryside at the Dong Nai Golf Course. Carved out of charming surroundings, enjoy this tranquil parkland style course while admiring the abundant native wildlife. The Cloudy River Lake feeds the water hazards that come into play on many holes, like the stunning signature 3rd Hole island green par 3. Heavily wooded areas coupled with the undulations of the natural terrain make for an interesting and memorable round at this Ward Northrup design.
Day 9 : Departure from Ho Chi Minh City (Breakfast)
No Saigon golfing extravaganza is complete without a around of 18-holes at the Tan Son Nhat Golf Course, designed by one of the world’s leading golf course designers Nelson & Haworth. Built in 2015, this is the first golf course constructed in the urban area of Ho Chi Minh City. Though the course layout is fairly flat, cleverly crafted lakes and bunkers, plus the undulating greens lend this city gem plenty of character. Golfers might need to contend with the wind on this fairly young and open course.
Free till departure transfer to airport for homebound flight.