Saturday, 5 June 2010
Less than a month after unveiling the most authentic links-style course in Southeast Asia, Danang Golf Club has drawn the curtains back on its sophisticated new Web site, www.dananggolfclub.com.
Designed by Jessop Designs and developed by Mandarin Digital Media, the site features a useful and user-friendly hole-by-hole tour of the three-week-old Dunes Course, an exclusive interview with course architect and former world No. 1 golfer Greg Norman and essential information about Vietnam’s culturally rich Central Coast region.
“The excitement surrounding our opening has been palpable,” said Howie Roberts, general manager of Danang Golf Club. “The new Web site will serve as a valuable resource for up-to-date info on everything from what the press is saying about us to how to inquire about the many real estate components associated with the club.”
The site will also soon boast a section devoted to multimedia — including a C Wiley Productions video presentation that captures the essence of the Dunes Course, which has already garnered international media attention for its historical traits and singular geography.
Set amid 260 hectares of rugged, seaside terrain, the Dunes Course was crafted in the spirit of the world’s most recognizable links including the Moonah Course at The National in Australia and Doonbeg in Ireland — other Norman designs that rake in awards for their creativity, quality and environmental harmony.
When complete, Danang Golf Club will also feature a 3,800-square-metre clubhouse by renowned Australian architecture firm HASSELL; a comprehensive, technologically sophisticated golf academy; four- and five-star hotels; and multiple residential enclaves totaling up to 300 luxury homes.
VinaCapital Group, Vietnam’s leading asset management, investment banking and real estate consulting firm, owns the property.