ADT 2022: Unique Features at BRG Danang Golf Resort
As part of the Asian Development Tour (ADT) system, the BRG Open Golf Championship Da Nang 2022 will be hosted at the BRG Da Nang Golf Resort. The golf course stands out for its distinctive layout and offers golfers a unique experience when visiting the central region of Vietnam.
The BRG Open Golf Championship Danang 2022, as part of the Asian Development Tour by the Asian Tour, will take place on August 28 to September 2 at BRG Da Nang Golf Resort. The course is a "golf paradise" in Vietnam and will serve as a platform for the top professional golfers in Asia to display their skills.
Mr. Ken Kudo, a representative of ADT, said the following at the press conference announcing the BRG Open Golf Championship Danang 2022: "On behalf of the Asian Tour, we are very pleased to welcome the BRG Open Golf Championship Danang 2022. The addition of this tournament to the Asian Tour, ADT’s schedule, held on the impressive Nicklaus course at BRG Danang Golf Resort, will play an important role in helping to revive major golf events in Vietnam after three difficult years due to the pandemic.” This event specifically helps to improve the city's reputation. High-class travelers are drawn to Da Nang because it is a desirable golf tourism location, which boosts the local economy.
BRG Open Golf Championship Danang 2022 promises to bring unforgettable experiences for all participating golfers
The Nicklaus Course at BRG Da Nang Golf Resort is the first 36-hole golf course in Danang city and the first bulkhead-style course in Asia.
The Nicklaus Course was designed with wooden bulkheads imported directly from the US to ensure the quality and appeal of each hole. It was inspired by the most renowned and world-class golf courses in Florida, USA. Together with the Da Nang’s white sand beaches, the bulkheads lined the fairways, greens, and teeing grounds offer golfers completely different golf experiences and engaging challenges.
Hole #1, Par 4, Nicklaus Course, BRG Da Nang Golf Resort
The Nicklaus Course featuring 18 holes of par 72, and a length of 7,363 yards is a surprise gift by the world's top golf course architect, Nicklaus Design. The course satisfies the passion of golf enthusiasts in Vietnam and worldwide.
In addition to the Nicklaus Course, BRG Da Nang Golf Resort also offers 18 holes of golf on the Norman Course - a classic links-style course. Together, these two courses help to create the ideal golfing environment for visitors. Golfers occasionally witness a world-unique pairing of two golfing greats: "Golden Bear" Jack Nicklaus and "White Shark" Greg Norman.
The BRG Da Nang Golf Resort was honored to be on the world-famous CNN’s Living Golf. The TV show filmed in May 2022 sought to understand why Vietnam had been consistently chosen as the "World's Best Golf Destination" over the years.
Mr. Mark Reeves, Division Director of Golf Development & Property Business at BRG Group, shared with CNN: "The inhabitants are friendly, and the weather is lovely all year long. Extremely high standards worldwide were followed in the development of the golf courses. Golf enthusiasts should visit Vietnam to learn about or enjoy the game. For instance, if you play on the Nicklaus Course and the Norman Course at our BRG Da Nang Golf Resort, you would be in two different countries when playing each course”.
Mr. Mark Reeves in an interview with CNN's Living Golf
Soon after, Golf Digest, the leading golf publication in the world, once again selected BRG Da Nang Golf Resort as one of the Top 100 Best Golf Courses in the World. For golfers and non-golfers, the course on this list is regarded as a "must-visit golf destination.”
It can be said that by hosting the Asian professional tournament - BRG Open Golf Championship Da Nang 2022, BRG Danang Golf Resort has subtly proven its worth as a “must-play” golf course for all golfers from around the world. With its best-in-class preparations for the BRG Open Golf Championship Da Nang 2022, BRG Da Nang Golf Resort guarantees the most unforgettable and ideal experience for every golfer when competing.