Welcome to the Accor Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship 2021
We invite you to join club golfers from around the world for Asia’s biggest and richest amateur week of golf.
After 20 years in Australia, the Accor Vietnam World Masters Golf Championship will quickly build a reputation as Asia’s best week of golf for club golfers. Golfers from around the world will be drawn to Vietnam’s Golf Coast for a great value week of golf, fun and entertainment.
Joining you in Danang Vietnam will be more than 200 golfers from more than 20 countries who share your love of the game and your thirst for fun.
The biggest of all such golf events features 72-holes of stableford competition, lots of gifts and prizes, plus nightly parties and entertainment. At the heart of the event’s success is the camaraderie developed among participants. This is where lifelong friendships are forged.
So long as you are over 35 and have an official golf handicap, you can tee it up at the Masters. The tournament divisions will be based on age and handicap. Playing with golfers your own age and standard is one of the event’s great traditions.
The Accor Vietnam World Masters will see you play at Danang’s world class golf courses with all the trappings of a major professional tournament. BRG Danang Golf Club, Montgomerie Links Vietnam and Ba Na Hills Golf Club will give you the ultimate golfing experience. You will be spoiled by Vietnam’s friendly caddies.
Much more than a golf tournament, there are lively social and entertainment events every night. International acts will be a highlight at the welcome and farewell celebrations. The Pullman Danang Hotel will host Vietnam’s biggest 19th hole festivities and golf presentations each night with stunning sunset views on the beach. A decadent farewell dinner caps off the fun filled week.
This event is Vietnam’s richest amateur tournament with US $10,000 in prizes to be won. Whether you come on your own or with a party of friends, just don’t miss it! Visit www.vietnamworldmasters.com for event updates.
Peter McCarthy and Mark Siegel