Vinpearl Golf Phu Quoc

Set amidst the unspoiled woodland on the north of Phu Quoc, Vinpearl Golf Phu Quoc provides a sense of being immersed in nature, on a magical island known for its tropical paradise and stunning beaches. Its breathtaking scenery and unique golfing experience promise to impress travelling golfers.

Catering to all levels of golfers, this championship course is beautifully designed by IMG Worldwide with 18 holes of intriguing challenges, divided into two nines. Each offers its own distinct characteristics and presents differing landscapes and obstacles.

Golfers can experience the rolling fairways and contours that weave and undulate seamlessly through the beautiful landscape of Phu Quoc Island, commanding a breathtaking, panoramic vista of the tropical forest against the stunning backdrop of the pristine East Sea. Vinpearl Golf Phu Quoc truly deserves top spot on every golfer’s wish list.

The course

Vietnam’s first 18-hole championship island golf course designed by IMG Worldwide. Impressive layout of intriguing challenges offer breathtaking sceneries with views of the endless tree lined forest. Leading agronomical standards.

Facilities & Services

Well-appointed facilities with world-class amenities. Genuine Asian hospitality with customer-centric service.

Accessibility & Comfort

Prime location with scene natural surroundings on Phu Quoc island, famous for its tropical paradise with stunning beaches. Direct flight from major hubs in Vietnam, Cambodia and Singapore. Setting within the tourism complex with luxury accommodation with an array of recreational activities & sporting facilities nearby.


Set in the Bai Dai (Long Beach) area of Phu Quoc Island in Vietnam - an island province known for its intact tropical forest and home to some of the world’s best beaches, the course is approximately 35 minutes away from Phu Quoc International Airport which has numerous direct flight connections with major cities in Vietnam, Cambodia and Singapore as well as connecting flights to major cities across Asia, Australia and Europe.