Vietnam Golf Package:

Day 1,: Arrival, transfer to hotel
Day 2,: Golf at Twin Doves Golf Club (exclusive well-maintained members course) including cart (sharing) and caddie
Day 3,: Golf at Vietnam Golf & Country Club (home of the Vietnam Masters Asian Tour events) including cart (sharing) and caddie
Day 4,: Full day Cu Chi Tunnels & Saigon City Tour including lunch
Day 5,: Golf at Long Thanh Golf Club & Residential Estate (beautiful Ron Fream design considered the South’s #1 course) including cart (sharing) and caddie
Day 6, : Golf at Tan Son Nhat Golf Course (excellent course adjacent to Vietnam’s busiest airport) including cart (sharing) and caddie
Day 7, departure

Package Including:
— 4 rounds of golf in Saigon

— 6 nights’ accommodation in Saigon

— Daily breakfast

— Excursions as indicated in the itinerary

— One caddie per golfer at each golf course

— Golf carts as mentioned in the itinerary

— All airport, land, and golf course transfers

— All transfers by private VIP high top touring van or sedan

— Daily drinking water

— 24/7 golf hotline staffed by knowledgeable service personnel

— Local knowledge, expertise, suggestions, and support throughout the trip

— All taxes and compulsory service charges

Package Excluding:

— Airfare, airport taxes, visa fees

— Personal items, meals (other than those mentioned), gratuities

Net Pricing (based on minimum 4 golfers traveling together):

Twin Doves Golf Club - 27 holes par 72/36 (7282/3685 yards)
(exclusive well-maintained members course)

Designer: P + Z Development
Established: 2009
Location: 1.5 hours North of Ho Chi Minh City

The Twin Doves Golf Club offers a 27-hole international standard championship members golf course. Located 1.5 hours from Saigon, the Twin Doves parkland course is broken into three nines named Luna, Mare, and Sole. The Saigon golf course is one of the best-conditioned layouts in the Saigon area and makes excellent use of Paspalum turf and extensive landscaping. With the views of rural Vietnam, the Luna Course comprises many small hills, fruit orchards, and neighboring forests. The mounding and land shapes combine to form challenging hazards. Five of the holes are connected by rolling hills and the rest are separated by tree-lined fairways.

Vietnam Golf & Country Club - 36 holes par 72/72 (7106/6946 yards)
(home of the Vietnam Masters Asian Tour events)

Designer: Chen King Shih / Lee Trevino
Established: 1994
Location: 35 minutes from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

Located just 17 kilometers from the center of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Golf & Country Club is one the nearest golf clubs to the city center. Vietnam Golf & Country Club is set amongst 300 hectares of land and includes two championship golf courses. Both courses play through mature woodlands with minimal land movement. Golfers at Vietnam Golf & Country Club get the feeling that the land was destined to be a golf course, so natural is the layout and design. Open since November 1995, the 7,106-yard West Course at Vietnam Golf & Country Club features narrow tree-lined fairways and fast level greens. The par-72 championship course was Taiwanese designed and hosted the Vietnam Open Asian PGA Tour events in both 1995 and 1997.

Long Thanh Golf Club & Residential Estate - 36 holes par 72 (7011/7056 yards)
(beautiful Ron Fream design considered the South's #1 course)

Designer: Ronald Fream, Golfplan
Established: 2001
Location: 30 kilometers north of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

The Long Thanh Golf Club offers 36 holes of golf in the former rice paddies and scenic countryside surrounding Saigon. The Ho Chi Minh City golf course is located 30 kilometers north of the city on a bluff with unobstructed views back towards the Vietnamese capital. Both the Hill and Lake course are well maintained throughout the year and the golf courses are a longtime favorite among locals. Many expatriates and Vietnam golf visitors prefer Long Thanh Golf Club over its more famous neighbor Vietnam Golf & Country Club.

Tan Son Nhat Golf Course - 36 holes par 72/72 (7349/7366 yards)
(excellent course adjacent to Vietnam's busiest airport)

Designer: Nelson & Haworth
Established: 2015
Location: 30 minutes from District 1

Tan Son Nhat Golf Course is a public golf course located 4 kilometers from the center of Ho Chi Minh City. Built across 156 hectares, the 36-hole Tan Son Nhat Golf Course borders the Tan Son Nhat Airport – the busiest in Vietnam. Nelson & Haworth Golf Course Architects designed a top course out of the surrounding flattish land. Significant earth mounding, many water hazards, large bunkers, and undulating greens characterize every hole. Paspalum turf used on the tees, fairway, rough, and greens ensure top year-round playing conditions. The Saigon golf course is a modern city layout, and Vietnam’s most populated city’s skyline is viewable from practically every hole.

Hotel Information

The Rex Hotel spans a history of over 80 years and was renovated in 2013 to become one of the city’s best. Located in the center of Saigon, the Rex offers golfers great accommodations, Asian service, and the city’s only vertical garden. It is ideal for individuals and groups wanting to be in the heart of the action, but with peace of mind regarding service and luxury. The rooftop bar is renowned and has been awarded as one of the 10 best outdoor bars in the world.

Rex Hotel Saigon (5★)

Full day Cu Chi Tunnels & Saigon City Tour including lunch

Enjoy a 2-hour-drive north west of Saigon to Cu Chi tunnels, through urbanized areas and a typically lush southern Vietnamese countryside. The tunnel complex was dug in 1948 for the guerrillas to hide from French air and ground sweeps. It was also served as communication routes and food and weapon caches as well as hospitals and living quarters for guerrilla fighters throughout the American war. Visit the underground villages to better understand the tunnels’ history, life in the tunnels and the Vietnamese’s resilience during the combats. Return to Saigon. In the afternoon, embark on a city tour to admire Saigon’s historic landmarks including the Notre Dame Cathedral, a stunningly massive red-brick edifice with twin spires, a clear reminder that French once ruled this city (open only 3-4pm everyday otherwise just outside visit); the Central Post Office influenced by Renaissance architecture; and the former Presidential Palace, headquarters of the Saigon Government during the American war. If time permits, visit the Ben Thanh Market before driving back to hotel.