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Taekwang Jeongsan Country Club

Weekday: $78.00 - Weekend: $125.00
Taekwang Jeongsan Country Club is a location on its own island in the Saigon River. All in it takes around 60 minutes to reach the golf course from the main hotel districts in Ho Chi Minh City.

Tan Son Nhat Golf Course

Weekday: $95.00 - Weekend: $122.00
Tan Son Nhat Golf Course is the newest golf course in the South of Viet Nam. It is also the very first open course that allows public entrance but not members’ only in the area.

Long Thanh Golf Resort

Weekday: $87.00 - Weekend: $129.00
The Ho Chi Minh City golf course is located 30 kilometers north of the city on a hill with unobstructed views back towards the Vietnamese capital.

Vinpearl Golf Club Phu Quoc

Weekday: $80.00 - Weekend: $103.00
Located on the island of Phu Quoc. The flattish course was chiseled out of 1,000 hectares of old hardwood forests and meanders through streams and across reservoirs.

Twin Doves Golf Course

After 60-minute driving North from Ho Chi Minh City, you will come to Twin Doves in Binh Duong, the newly upgraded city. This premium site is located on over 165 hectares in the most prominent area of Binh Duong City

The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip

Weekday: $151.00 - Weekend: $190.00
The Bluffs Ho Tram Strip is 74km Southeast of the city downtown, around 2 hours of driving, is a very suitable place for golfers around Sai Gon area or those who want to play golf in the suburban area.

West Lakes Golf & Villas

Weekday: $76.00 - Weekend: $94.00
The course itself was designed by Thomson Perrett – a prestigious company made famous by founder and 5 times British Open winner, Peter Thomson.

Harmonie Golf Park

Harmonie Golf Park Information: Design Jim Engh Holes 18 Established 2018 Distance About 1 hour from Ho Chi Minh center Position Binh Duong province Golf Cart:   $38 Golf Set:   $52 Golf Shoes:   $12 Umbrella:   $6 Driving Range:   Yes Facilities:   None   Harmonie Golf Park...

Vietnam Golf & Country Club

Weekday: $93.00 - Weekend: $135.00
Designed by the Taiwanese architect Chen King Shih, The West Coast was opened in 1994. In just a short time after grand opening, it hosted the Viet Nam Open or also known as the Asian PGA Tour Event.