Greg Norman has fully embraced the natural landscape, creating an excellent course which can is, in parts, reminiscent of links golf in the UK. Its location directly on the coast ensures golfers are met with some strong coastal crosswinds, providing a tough test and requiring extra thought with club selection. The fairways vary as you make your way round the course with some lined by long needle pines and some generously open with immaculate Bermuda Evergreen grass to aim for. The Bermuda Tiffdwarf used on the greens keep the surface fast and true, with gentle undulation keeping shot selection key. The signature hole at BRG Da Nang Golf Resort is the par-3 16th which plays up to an elevated green which offers views of the incredible Marble Mountains, East Sea and Charm Islands. The green is protected by two incredibly deep bunkers and the headwind from the coast behind is sure to take you reconsider going for the front of the green - if you can use spin to your advantage, a birdie is on, but a par is more than respectable.
Opened in: 2010
Designer: Greg Norman
Shark - 7,160 yards, Black - 6,660 yards, White - 6,257 yards, Red - 5,684 yards
Golfers can practice before they hit the course at BRG Da Nang Golf Resort at the floodlit driving range or at the pro shop while testing out the latest equipment in the demo corner. At the resort, there are several impressive dining options, with the standout being the Featherie Restaurant. Located on the ground floor the restaurant can seat up to 70 guests and serves a range of international cuisines. Also on the ground floor is the Niblick Bar for a more relaxed drink or snack while the Hickories Bar and Lounge offers the same but on the rooftop, overlooking the course and East Sea.