Originally built as a 9 hole track in the 1920s, the course was forgotten and overgrown with weeds for several decades until being acquired in the 1990s by an American who had the course restored and expanded to 18 holes. And a beauty it is - an ‘old style’ course that combines parkland and mountain styles. Water and OB come into play on a few holes but are not used nearly to the extent of most modern Asian courses. Instead the course gets much of its defenses from tall trees that line and frame its’ lush green fairways, as well as from the land’s natural contours and rough.
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July 23, 2012
Dear guest, dear friend of Dalat Palace,
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As a director of golf at Dalat Palace, I would like to thank you for your kind comment about our course.
Me and all of the team wish to welcoming you again in the city of eternal spring on and the most historical course in Vietnam.
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