Royal Golf Course is a high-class golf course located in Ninh Binh Province, about 100 kilometers south of Hanoi. It is situated near many famous attractions such as Bai Dinh Pagoda, Trang An, and Cuc Phuong National Park.
The course covers an area of 670 hectares and consists of two 18-hole courses: the King, and the Queen. Each course has its own characteristics and challenges, offering a variety of playing experiences for golfers of all levels.
The King course is the longest and most challenging course. It features many water hazards, bunkers, and undulating greens that test the accuracy and skill of the golfers. The signature hole is the 4th hole, a par 5 that curves around a lake and requires a precise approach shot to a narrow green. The King course is rated as one of the best courses in Vietnam and has hosted many prestigious tournaments.
The Queen course is the most scenic course of the two. It is suitable for golfers of all levels, as it has wide fairways, generous greens, and fewer hazards than the King course. The signature hole is the 3rd hole, a par 4 that is considered the hardest hole of the nine. The Queen Course has a narrow fairway that is flanked by rocks on both sides and a well-protected green that slopes from back to front.