The World Golf Awards has announced its 2021 winners and IMG clubs were honoured with seven prestigious accolades, including Ba Na Hills Golf Club in Vietnam, once again recognised as the “Best Golf Course in Asia”.
Hosted in Dubai, the 8th annual World Golf Awards ceremony celebrated the best golf courses and destinations globally, and is regarded as one of the most coveted awards in the golf industry.
The following IMG clubs won awards this year:
- • Ba Na Hills Golf Club: Asia’s Best Golf Course
- • Ba Na Hills Golf Club: Vietnam’s Best Golf Course
- • Dreamland Golf Club: Azerbaijan’s Best Golf Course
- • Jinji Lake Golf Club: China’s Best Golf Course
- • Imperial Springs: China’s Best Golf Hotel
- • Michlifen Resort & Golf: Morocco’s Best Golf Hotel
- • Zala Springs Golf Resort: Hungary’s Best Golf Course
Ba Na Hills Golf Club has once again been recognised as the “Best Golf Course in Vietnam” and “Best Golf Course in Asia”. This is the 5th consecutive year the club has won these two prestigious awards, and is testament to the exceptional quality and world class golf experience provided by the club. Ba Na Hills Golf Club is managed by IMG and features an outstanding 18 hole course designed by Luke Donald.
Jinji Lake Golf Club in Suzhou continues to impress, and this year won the highly competitive category of “Best Golf Course in China”, a wonderful achievement for this magnificent IMG managed club, that celebrated its 15th anniversary this year. Dreamland Golf Club was recognised as the “Best Golf Course in Azerbaijan”, and is a fantastic win for this stunning IMG managed club located in the fascinating city of Baku.
Paul Burley, Senior Vice President, IMG Golf Course Services commented: “We are very proud of the quality of clubs in our global portfolio. To receive top honours in seven awards categories is remarkable, and a true reflection of the great courses, and partners we work with around the world. We would like to thank the World Golf Awards for their support of the golf industry, and for continuing to reward excellence.”