18 Nov 2019

Media Release:

It’s been a busy few weeks at KN Golf Links with the 1-year anniversary celebrations taking place on the 26th October, the annual Shark Challenge, a legacy event from the Grand Opening which announced the arrival of KN Golf Links to the global golfing landscape. Signature designed by Greg Norman and his team at Greg Norman Golf Course Design, the 27-hole facility boasts the visually stunning Links Course and the 9-hole Oasis Course both receiving industry wide recognition.

On the eve of it’s one-year anniversary celebrations, the Links Course was named by Vietnam Golf Magazine as “Vietnams Best New Course 2019” along with being classed amongst Vietnam’s Top 10 courses. A notable accomplishment considering the depth and variety of Vietnam’s golfing world renowned facilities.

More awards followed shortly after at the recent Asian Pacific Golf Awards held this year in New Delhi, India. Asia’s most prestigious golfing awards night recognizes the best of the best in various industry sectors, with KN Golf Links gaining further international recognition collecting two awards. The Oasis Course was presented with “The Best New 9 Hole Course in Asia” with the Links Course being given the highest accolade, named “Vietnams Best Course 2019” further emphasizing the quality of the Greg Norman designed links style course.

General Manager - Simon Mees said “Being recognized by the Industry with these awards is a true honor and provides everyone involved in KN Golf Links with the motivation to continue the club’s growth to be amongst the best in Asia. We will continue to strive for further domestic and international recognition by enhancing our guest’s golfing experience”.

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