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West Lakes Golf & Villas


West Lakes Golf & Villas is an exciting new addition first golf course in the West Ho Chi Minh City region. The distance from HCMC to golf course is 55 km. It means that you will lose 90 minutes driving to experience golf in the beautiful place. In addition, there are buses for golfers several times per day from city center.

Address: No. 145, Highway 822, Chanh Hamlet, Tan My Commune, Duc Hoa District, Long An Province

The course itself was designed by Thomson Perrett – a prestigious company made famous by founder and 5 times British Open winner, Peter Thomson. This world class design company based in Melbourne, Australia, has more than 250 successful projects around the globe.

Expected to be open in October  2018. The first 18 holes feature an extremely challenging layout. It is more than 7200 yards long, highlighted by picturesque lakes on every hole, undulating fairways and clever bunkering, all signatures of Thomson Perrett designs. Zeon Zoysia grass has been used for fairways and Tiff eagle for greens.

A further nine holes have been designed and are due for development in the near future along with an exciting villas style accommodation and residential development.

Besides, West Lakes Golf & Villas also want to bring the greatest experience of driving range, restaurant, lockers with steam room, proshop, practice facilities and many others with premium service standard to all golfers.

For golf enthusiasts, the training ground is an equally enjoyable experience, as golfers can practice more and become more professional and productive. Due to the importance of the training ground, golf course owners always pay attention to make this become the highlight of the entire golf course population.

Practice facilities of West Lakes Golf & Villas: width 150 yards, length 340 yards with 25 slots on the carpet, and 25 grass lines.  In particular, this is the first training ground in Vietnam using Zeon grass for the fairway and Tiff Eagle for Putting Green. This is the PGA standard, which allows golf courses to be organized from amateur to professional.

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