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VGC Clubs Turn Up Heat With Summer Deals  

VIETNAM Golf Coast (VGC) clubs are turning up the heat this summer with a raft of sizzling offers.

With championship layouts designed by legends such as Colin Montgomerie (Montgomerie Links), Luke Donald (Ba Na Hills Golf Club), and Sir Nick Faldo (Laguna Golf Lang Co), Central Vietnam has emerged as one of Asia’s top destinations for play.

And the clubs putting the region on the global golf map are pulling out the stops during the hottest period of the year. Enticements range from twilight golf to stay-and-play packages that link world-class play with some of Vietnam’s most luxurious accommodations.

At Montgomerie Links, visitors can combine play on the acclaimed course — a subtle beauty where Montgomerie has fashioned old-world design elements into a challenging layout — with accommodation at its on-site hotel. Its summer Stay & Play package comes in at a highly attractive rate of just VND3,475,000 (USD136) per person.

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Guests can take advantage of discounted golf at Montgomerie Links, one of Central Vietnam’s most appealing layouts.

For those looking to extend their golfing experience, a second round is priced at VND1,000,000 (USD40) for 9 holes and VND1,600,000 (USD63) for 18 holes. Other summer season highlights at the club include discounts on driving range membership, bulk-buy packages of 10 or 30 rounds and special rates for corporate clients.

“Central Vietnam is very much a year-round destination for golf and visitors can look forward to discounted access to immaculately conditioned courses during the summer season,” said Le Vo Hoang Van, club manager at Montgomerie Links.

Stay-and-play possibilities and twilight golf are among the highlights at Laguna Lang Co, where the Sir Nick Faldo Signature Design at Laguna Golf Lang Co is complemented by sumptuous accommodations at Banyan Tree Lang Co and Angsana Lang Co hotels.

Indeed, Laguna Golf Lang Co and Ba Na Hills Golf Club were named among the top 100 golf resorts in the world last year by golf.com.

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At Laguna Lang Co, golfers can complement play on the Sir Nick Faldo Signature Design with some of Vietnam’s most luxurious accommodation.

Special rates on golf include green fees of VND1,600,000 (USD63) for tee off after 2pm, a “Golden Hour” rate of VND999,999 (USD39) for tee off from 3 pm, and a sunset rate of VND800,000 (USD32) for tee off from 3.30 pm. Golfers teeing off after 3 pm also get a free ice-cold beer included in the special rate. There’s also a “play 4, pay 3” rate that offers guests flexibility.

We are proud to be able to offer one of the region’s best stay-and-play combinations here at Laguna Lang Co,” said Stephen Banks, Director of Golf at Laguna Lang Co. “Golfers can take advantage of our fantastic twilight rates and then cool off with their families in the 300m mega pool at Angsana Lang Co or in the private pool at some of the most appealing villas in Vietnam.”

At Ba Na Hills Golf Club, where Donald’s masterpiece winds through undulating terrain, floodlights enable the possibility of night golf. As such, visitors can take advantage of a Twi-night Golf promotion that applies for tee times from 1.48 pm onwards. The rate for 18-holes under this offer is priced at VND2,500,000 (USD100) per person and includes one local beer.

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Strategically positioned lighting means that golfers can enjoy night golf at Ba Na Hills Golf Club.

A few long-iron shots from Ba Na Hills Golf Club is Sun World Ba Na Hills, home to the famous Golden Bridge: a 150-metre-long pedestrian bridge that is one of Asia’s most photographed landmarks. The Golf & Sunworld package (VND3,800,00/USD150) includes one round of golf, a round-trip cable car ticket to Sun World Ba Na Hills, a complimentary WOW-PASS ticket, and an E-voucher for F&B benefits at Sunworld Ba Na Hills.

“We know that summer holiday time is precious,” said Gary Dixon, General Manager of Ba Na Hills Golf Club. “Our packages mean that golfers and their families can make the most of the golf and activities in the region.”

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