After 20 years of staging successful World Masters tournaments in Australia, New Zealand and Thailand, Go Golfing has partnered with Golfasian to host the inaugural Accor Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship in Danang from September 6th-12th 2015.
World Masters Tournaments are open to club golfers aged 35 years and over, with competition offered in age and handicap divisions.
Playing with golfers of a similar age and standard, from all over the world, is a major draw card for World Masters events.
Accor, one of the world’s biggest chains of hotels and resorts, is the main sponsor of the Vietnam World Masters.
Accor’s chief operating officer and golf enthusiast, Patrick Basset, said it is an honour to take part in such a major golf event.
“We are excited to break new ground in our sports involvement in Vietnam with the launch of the Accor Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship 2015.
“This tournament will welcome hundreds of golfers and onlookers, playing at Danang’s world-class golf courses, while pampering themselves in our best-in-class hotels.
“The ultimate objective of this tournament is introduce Danang as a premium golf destination and bring attention to the accommodations, facilities and golf itineraries that are second to none in this region.”
Participants can choose to stay at the Pullman Danang Beach Resort which will host all tournament functions and dinners, while the Novotel Danang Premier Han River is another accommodation alternative.
“As a partner of the Accor Vietnam World Master Golf Championship 2015, we are so proud to be associated with this world-class golf event,” said Timothy Nott, general manager of Pullman Danang Beach Resort.
“We are delighted to host Vietnam’s biggest 19th hole festivities and golf presentations each night during the tournament as well as providing the luxurious beachside accommodation for the event.
“We are confident the Accor Vietnam World Master Golf Championship will be the new benchmark for masters events in the region and look forward to many years of partnership,” he concluded.