Dalat Palace Golf Club boasts a colourful history that can be seen and felt throughout each of its 18 inventive holes.
Designed initially by a French Architect, but brought to life by Vietnams last Emperor Bao Dai throughout the 1920s, the course opened and closed throughout the next 70 years in concert with ensuing political events.
In 1994, a multi-million dollar restoration project was set upon. Since that time the course has gone from strength to strength cementing its place officially as Vietnams leading course, but also as one of the leading courses in the whole of Asia.
The Championship 18 hole, 7,009 yard, par 72, bent- grass green, fairways and tees are enhanced by a full bent-grass practice facility with driving range and putting green. The course has been expertly crafted into Dalats mountainous setting through stately pine trees creating a naturally challenging golfing environment.
Overlooking famous Xuan Huong Lake, Dalat Palace Golf Course offers an optimal golfing environment, with access to a range of trained professionals amongst the inspiring and nostalgic history of the charming country of Vietnam.