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BRG Group Launches Three More New Courses In Vietnam

1.54pm 2nd December 2016 - Courses - This story was updated on Friday, December 2nd, 2016

Madame Nguyen Thi Nga signing the agreement for the three new courses with Jack Nicklaus II representing Nicklaus Design
Madame Nguyen Thi Nga signing the agreement for the three new courses with Jack Nicklaus II representing Nicklaus Design

The BRG Group, Vietnam’s most dynamic owner and developer of world class golf courses has announced the development of three new golf courses in the country.

The new courses will be developed on sites in the north of Vietnam and in Danang. The developments form part of a multi-course agreement between the BRG Group and the Nicklaus Design Group, the world’s leading golf course design company.

In signing the new agreement, the chairman of BRG Group, Madame Nguyen Thi Nga said, “This agreement marks the culmination of months of planning and it symbolises the binding business relationship that exists between the BRG Group and Nicklaus Design and it serves as an important step in our strategy to offer more international standard golf courses in Vietnam.”

The BRG Group is the owner and operator of the following award winning golf courses which includes Kings Island Golf Resort, BRG Ruby Tree Golf Resort, BRG Legend Hill Golf Resort and the BRG Golf Centre in Hanoi.

The BRG Group and Nicklaus Design joined forces in March 2016 with a shared goal to build a solid future for golf in Vietnam, and they will work together to bring the highest international golf standards to Vietnam.

BRG Group has also signed an exclusive contract to open four Jack Nicklaus Academy of Golf facilities throughout Vietnam to strengthen golf development and professional skills training.

Nicklaus Design www.nicklaus.com/design

BRG Group http://brggroup.vn/

       

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