The Bluffs Grand Ho Tram Strip was designed by a true legend of the game: Greg Norman. The 'Great White Shark' as he's lovingly called, spent an astounding 331 weeks atop the world golf rankings and won the Open Championship twice.
The Bluffs Grand Ho Tram Strip was designed to capture the true essence of links-style golf with a unique links-style par-71 golf course on a rugged site often accompanied by strong onshore breezes. Set on the coastline -- as almost all great links courses are -- The Bluffs is routed over and around towering sand dunes, which have been shaped over thousands of years by the elements. The wind plays a major role in experiencing here; it's always strong, and its prevailing direction differs depending on the time of year.
Set in a tranquil area of the property, away from any noise or disturbances, this game-improvement paradise allows every level player the chance to practice all the shots required to tame The Bluffs’ challenges. The 3,000-sqm driving range stretches 400 yards and features natural grassed tees and target greens and bunkers, making golfers feel as though they are on the course.
A fantastic short-game area lies adjacent to the range and includes tee grounds from 40 and 50 yards, a practice bunker and multiple chipping areas. The facility also offers a refreshment kiosk and food delivered upon request.
Moreover, The Bluffs Grand Ho Tram Strip's multi-storey, 2,300-square-meter Clubhouse was conceived by Graham Taylor Designs and features giving golfers the best experience ever.
The Bluffs Grand Ho Tram Strip offers golfers the chance to refine their skills through one of the more comprehensive and private practice areas anywhere in Asia.