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Ba Na Hills Golf Club

 

 

Ba Na Hills Golf Club

The IMG-managed Ba Na Hills Golf Club is set in the foothills and native forests of the famed Ba Na Hills, only 25 minutes from Da Nang City, Vietnam. This stunning property is set among some of the most impressive mountain ranges in the region complementing the inaugural Luke Donald designed course. It is destined to become one of the finest in Asia.

BaNa Hills Golf Club. It has been said that great golf course designers do not so much ‘design’ the course, instead they ‘find’ the course that nature has created. This is an excellent description of the first Luke Donald signature design. The spectacular course that nature provided was found by the design team to provide a great experience for golfers of every level. The varying lies provided by the rolling slope of the land, as well as significant elevations changes, will ensure that you get to use every shot in your arsenal and probably a few that you had not thought of before.

Ba Na Hills Golf Club is a mountain course with a diverse mix of natural topography and vegetation. Every hole and vantage point is framed by a beautiful backdrop of local native forest. The entire course is lit from the first tee until the 18th green, allowing patrons the unique experience of playing golf after dark.

Club House Restaurant, Offering 180 degree panoramic views of the golf course, guests can relax in style with a selection of Asian and Western cuisine whilst watching players approach the 18th green. Also offering two private rooms ideal for small meetings or private dining.

Club House restaurant

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Floodlit driving range offers 18 covered, all-weather hitting bays, USGA standard practice chipping and putting areas, and two state-of-the-art golf instruction studios. The landing zone fairway has 8 bunkers and five greens spread out over 300 yards.

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