Robert Trent Jones II – a respected golf designer of morden era, is getting his hands on the most compelling golf project in Vietnam – Hoiana Shores Golf Club.
Located on the shores of Cua Dai Beach, approximately 8km south of UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hoi An Ancient Town, known as ‘The City of Lanterns’, the golf club is part of a major destination development which harbours the ambition of Indulging in one of Asia’s most exclusive golf club experiences. The golf course is scheduled to open in mid-2019.
“This property is the most perfect canvas.” Said Jones. According to him, the special coastal terrain of Cua Dai Beach gives the team ability to shape a design befitting this new golf destination and creating a great symphony of golf.
Designed by RTF II – the most prominent golf design firm, experienced since nostalgic grace of golf on the planet. To partner with the firm, Hoiana Shores Golf Club’s ownerships desired for a distinct and authentic design, emblematic of where the golf course is situated.
The most interesting thing about this golf course is that will be 19-hole golf course, 19th hole is called the decisive hole. Normally golfers will play 18 holes first. If they want to speed up the match, they can go and play at the 19th hole that may end with a pitching lead. This hole will be similar to the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass.
Robert Trent Jones II created a pure symphony of golf with a beginning, climax and an end. According to the symphony, golfers start playing at 9 holes and always be in good spirit, this is an important factor when playing golf. The climax in the symphony will be in the 15th, 16th, 17th, 18 holes, reminiscent of the Chambers Bay golf course in the US. Both chances and challenges can happen at hole 15 par 5, hole 18 and another 2 nearest-to-shore holes.
This project will positively impact the attractiveness of Central Coast Vietnam tourism. Stretching on over a four-kilometer long beach with an area of up to 1,000ha, Hoiana is a complex resort with luxury hotels, entertainment areas, parks, shopping malls,…