The Sea Links Muai Ne Phan Thiet – Vietnam golf course is located in Phan Thiet City, some 200km from Ho Chi Minh City. Sea Links lies in the heart of a simply breathtaking area of the countryside. Nearby attractions include Lau Ong Hoang, Poshanu Tower, Ong Dia Stone, Ham Tien and Hon Gom. It is in the same class as prestigious resorts like Victoria, Saigon – Mui Ne and Bamboo Village.
Sea Links is the second course in Phan Thiet, joining Ocean Dunes Golf Club as two jewels in this Vietnamese coastal town. Sea Links Golf Club is built on an area of 160 hectares on a cliff with wild and beautiful sand dunes. The golf course is practically at the sea level, just a few minutes from Full Moon Beach and with amazing views of the ocean below. The courses designers, Ronald Fream and Golfplan Company, highlight that the course retains much of the original terrain of white sand dunes.
Sea Links looks over the ocean, with panoramic views of Mui Ne Bay, thus creating a particular appeal for golfers. The golfers at Sea Links can experience for themselves a modern but traditional links style golf course that exists nowhere else in Vietnam and or even in Asia.
With a length of 7,700 yards from the tips, each hole has its own beauty and challenge. Notable are the long par fives and 2 island par threes. Heavy undulations are found on the greens and fairways making it as challenging as they come. Billed as ‘The Most Challenging Links Style Golf Course In Asia’, Sea Links is destined to become one of the best Vietnam golf courses.
The Ocean Dunes Golf Club located in Phan Thiet features a 6,746-yard Par 72 golf course designed by Masters and British Open champion Nick Faldo. It is an outstanding natural site with sea and wind swept sand dunes, tropical costal breezes and fantastic ocean views. Asian Golf Monthly magazine identified the course as one of the top-10 resort courses in Asia.
Coastal breezes shape the course’s day-to-day characteristics. Ocean Dunes is an engaging and playable course for both low and high handicap players. Experienced players will appreciate the exciting opportunities posed by the ever-present ocean breezes. Casual golfers like the course to the open links styling. It has the feel and the playability of early an Scottish seaside course, but in a tropical climate.
The course is kept in superb year-round condition. Bermuda grass fairways are wide and generous, as expected in a resort golf course, but the dunes, sand bunkers, and vegetation buffeted by coastal winds bring strategy to every hole. There’s an authentic links quality to 6 of the holes; a tree-lined stretch on the 3 holes on the back nine feels like Pinehurst; and the strategic front nine, with its myriad water hazards, looks and plays like a PGA layout from Florida.
The best hole is the 148-yard ninth, a breathtaking par-3 selected as one of “The Best 500 Holes in The World” by Golf Magazine. The hole plays to an elevated green guarded by sand dunes and trees to the right and a grassy mound to the left. The tee shot has to thread through a slot to reach the target, much of which is hidden from view.
Some other unique holes include the 12th hole, a par 4 which plays along the South China Sea often with Vietnamese fishing boats on the horizon. The 3rd hole is graced with an ancient Buddhist temple next to the green, and the 8th hole has a Vietnamese tomb adjacent to the tee.
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