Located 17 km south of Hoi An, Vinpearl Golf Nam Hoi An is 18 holes Par 72 golf course with 7125 yards designed by IMG Worldwide is part of a 200 hectare resort development that includes a 5 star beachside hotel, tropical villas, water park, theme park and agricultural center.
There is a wide variety of golf holes, with a pleasant mix of long and short Par 3’s, Par 4’s and Par 5’s, including two drivable Par 4 holes, one on each Nine. A links style course along with features of white sand bunkers. The large fairways have plenty of width so golfers of all skill levels will enjoy their round of golf and gently rolling greens will be interesting but not overly challenging for putting.internationally and domestically.
A visually daunting opening tee shot on this strong par 4 with the waste bunker hugging the whole left hand side. Players should favor the right side of the tee shot to avoid the waste bunker and open up the green for the second shot
Avoiding the water hazard which, dominates the left hand side of this hole, is the key to the tee shot. Once players have negotiated that, golfers play to a green well protected by bunkers
This is the longest and toughest par 3 on the course. The prevailing wind is normally into the players from the left side, so finding the green and walking away with a par is a great score!
This is the toughest par 4 on the front 9 holes and each shot poses difficulties. A well placed tee shot down this straight hole and the troubles do not stop there as with the 2nd shot there is a waste bunker on the right side which is sure to catch mishit 2nd shots to a tricky elevated green
The first par 5, on the front 9. The hole is a dog leg from left to right over a lake to the green. Players have the choice of laying up on either side of the lake but positioning of the lay up is critical to allow for a simple approach. If they are feeling bold golfers can attack the green with the 2nd shot to give a chance or eagle or near certain birdie. Caution should be taken on the choice of shot for the 2nd as a birdie or a high number could be made
A great risk and reward hole with very strategically placed bunkers to catch stray lay ups from the tee. A tee shot, which takes out the cluster of fairway bunkers is the play here and accuracy is the name of the game on this hole
A tough tee shot over water and over a ridge which runs across the whole of the fairway which makes the tee shot semi blind. On the right side the hole is protected by trees and shrubbery, the left side by a large lake. There is a good chance to make the putting green in 2 but beware this is a small green for a par 5, surrounded by bunkers and fir trees so be sure to choose clubs correctly when approaching the green.
A very picturesque par 3 hole, which should not pose too much trouble to the golfers. Choosing the right club into the heart of the green and golfers would be expecting a par or better
An intimidating hole, which requires a very strong tee shot to be threaded between the fairway bunkers left and right. A slight draw shot would favor off the tee on this dog leg from left to right. It doesn’t get easier on the approach either with the whole left of the green protected by a lake and a very undulating green.
A tough hole which dog legs left to right. A blind 2nd going up the hill keeps the pressure on the golfer. 2nd shot needs to be on point as bunkers left and a large swale fall off to the right will collect any errand shots. A par is a great score on this tough opening on the inward 9 holes
This is a real old fashioned risk and reward hole. Tee shot needs to be hit over the crest of a hill to a hidden green makes choosing a line difficult. Golfers need to trust their caddies and follow their guidance as the green is further left that golfers would imagine. A real chance for eagles and birdies here
A nice little par 3, playing back down hill, which gives golfers a great view of the putting surface. The wind can cause problems on this hole playing from an elevated tee box which is protected by the trees, so choose your clubs wisely and gauge the wind before reaching the teeing ground
A good driving hole, which requires players to favor the left side for safety, eliminating, the fairway bunkers on the right. The 2nd shot is to a slightly elevated green and should not pose too many difficulties for golfers
A long and straight par 4. A well struck tee shot is still going to leave the golfer with a long 2nd to the green which protected with bunkers. It is a small target for the 2nd shot so accuracy plays a premium to maintain a good score
The tee shot to a generously sized fairway gives the golfer a chance to open up their shoulders and give it a real rip! Left center is the desired play off tee. Prevailing winds would make this hole normally unreachable so choosing a preferential yardage for laying up is the key. A large putting surface allowing for some tough pin placements makes the approach very a challenge
One of the toughest holes on the golf course, a straight hole with the fairway opening up on the left side which is not visible from the tee. The second shot does not get any easier with a mid to long iron to the green which is surrounded by water on the left side with a very undulating putting surface. Bailing out right on the second shot would be the play for most golfers and certainly the safest, to avoid a watery grave
This is a chance to recover the scorecard if the previous couple of holes have been costly. It is a straightaway short par 3 with a short to mid iron to the green, which slopes from left to right, leaving the tee shot under the hole gives the golfer the best chance of making their putt and hopefully a birdie
A strong par 5 to finish which, is a real 3 shot hole. The fairway weaves from right to left through the dunes. A well struck tee shot is needed to gain maximum distance. The layup area is generous, with a well positioned green protected by bunkers. Choosing the correct side of the fairway for a good layup allows players to attack the pin on the 3rd shot, which is paramount for golfers to finish on a high