Dong Mo, Son Tay, Hanoi, Vietnam.
A straight pit with a standard 4-sided sand trap on the left of the fairways will catch the ball away from the tee. There is a lake on the right 40 yards from the green, if the ball is damaged will fall into the lake. Green has a sand trap on the left but is very accessible.
Kings' Island Golf Course consists of 36 holes located on 350 hectares of land and 1500 hectares of lakes. The name Lakeside Golf Course also describes the characteristics of this golf course: 14 of the 18 golf holes give you a golf experience with the lake. Mountainview (18 holes) will be impressive and unforgettable by the breathtaking natural scenery of the surrounding mountains.
Lakeside was designed in 1993 by Robert Mc Farland, a famous American architect. The talented architect made extensive use of the terrain advantage to design many golf holes in the 1500 hectares surrounding the lake. By 6516 yards from the Gold tees, the Par 72 golf course will give players more challenges regardless of their handicap or golf ability. The green here is quite small but very beautiful. Grasses in green are grasses TifDwarf, while fairways use grass Bermuda. Lakeside course is regularly maintained by foreign experts and professional Vietnamese staff.
Mountainview was designed in 2004 by Pacific Coast Designs (Australia). They took advantage of the incredible scenery of the mountains surrounding the Vietnamese Cultural Village to design the 18 holes Parout - Par 72 stretching over 7,000 yards from the Gold tees. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the Novotec grass, a special grass imported from Australia that can withstand the harsh climate of northern Vietnam. The golf course and the surrounding scenery are sure to give golfers a memorable experience.