Built on the native pine-scrub hillside, the design has cleverly introduced the expansive natural sand areas to create a course that blends seamlessly into the natural terrain.
As with many of the famous British links courses, the Mountain Course features central hazards which is an unusual feature in such a modern course, but it brings a traditional feel to what is a truly modern golf course.
To aid the palyability of the course for all golfers, the design team has cleverly made use of the large expanse of land to introduce generous fairways.
Another unusual feature are the teeing areas, which instead of the more contemporary “individual” teeing grounds for each tee location the Mountain Course features, combined tees, that create the illusion of an additional “fake” fairway.
The course, will by many, be deemed a player’s golf course with the necessity to hit long drives and accurate approaches to the uniquely contoured greens that will test any golfer´s short game.
But in truth, the different tee locations open the course to all level of golfer, as long as the visiting player correctly chooses the tee to suit their ability, the Mountain Course should provide an experience that will not be forgotten.
Another feature with the course is the prevailing wind which can change the complexity and playability of many of the holes at Quy Nhon Mountain Course, but this is part of the charm that the course possesses.
It is a totally different style of course to its sister course, providing a completely unique experience.
The modern clubhouse is home to 3 restaurants, serving a variety of international cuisines, 2 bars which serve refreshing drinks after your round.
A perfectly equipped pro-shop, incredible locker rooms set the tone for what the golfer will experience when they step out on to the course.
Extensive practice facilities, include a covered driving range, practice bunkers and a short game area that provide the perfect setting to tune your game before your round