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Renaming for Golfplan’s Binh Tien Project

The spectacular Golfplan-designed course in Ninh Thuan Province.

Cam Ranh, Ninh Thuan Province, Vietnam: One of the most stunning golf clubs in the burgeoning Vietnamese market has rebranded.

Designed by Golfplan principals David Dale and Kevin Ramsey, Nara Binh Tien Golf & Beach Resort was opened for play in May last year.

Built by Martin Moore’s Flagstick GCCM on 80 hectares of land against the western edge of a large dune along a coastal area, it was the first golf course to open in Ninh Thuan Province in the South Central Coast region of Vietnam.

Last month, the club announced it would be known as ANARA Binh Tien Golf Club.

With a stunning beachside location, Binh Tien is 45 kilometres from Cam Ranh International Airport and about an hour from Nha Trang.

The golf course is the centrepiece of a large resort development that also includes luxury villas, townhouses, hotel and other high-end resort facilities.

The golf course provides magnificent views of the mountains and sea, and gives golfers a wonderful experience of playing through different landscapes. The course is blessed with sand dunes, lakes, rock outcrops and palm trees.

In addition to the 18-hole course, which is fully lit for night golf, there’s a driving range, short game area and well-appointed clubhouse.

Golfplan and Flagstick are both Full Business Members of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.

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