“I'm not sure there's a prettier setting for golf than this.”
– Golf Digest Singapore (April 2010)
"...with panoramic views of Dalat...its stunning beauty is unforgettable."
– Golf & Lifestyle (February 2010)
“There are water hazards on 10 holes but the greens are large and welcoming and the fairways enable run-up shots to access them.”
– Golf Punk International (February 2010)
“ The tall pines and flowers evoke Augusta National, but the course’s history of emperors, French colonists and a wartime escape are classic’Nam.”
- GOLF (February 2009)    
“The moderate daily temperatures, rolling hills, majestic pines and a series of lakes make an unforgettable backdrop to a very challenging, championship-caliber course.”
- Prestige Singapore (January 2009)     
“The course has some terrific holes as pine-bordered fairways undulate across the hillside.”
- Australia AP (July 2008)     
“The current pale-yellow Tudor-style clubhouse, so small the proshop and restaurant share a room, is part of the club’s charm.”
- Wall Street Journal (April 2008)     
“Its fairway, flanked by pine trees, buckle through a landscape brightened by purple brushstrokes of bougainvillea. Nearly a mile above sea level, it’s a beautiful ego boost to play, since balls sail like moon shots in the thin air.”
- Outside’s Go (April 2008)     
“The course’s clubhouse is an old stone mansion that looks straight out of The Great Gatsby.”
-The New York Times (March 2008)     
“The simple fact is Dalat Golf Club GC’s age immediately sets it apart from all Vietnamese courses - and most in Asia, for that matter.”
- Asian Golf Monthly (August 2008)     
“If you’re looking for somewhere cool, beautiful and reasonably accessible for a long weekend of golfing, visit this lovely course.”
- Expat Living Singapore (June 2008)     
“A mile-high collection of pine-tree framed holes that feel as if they were transported from a bygone era.”
- East & West (March 2008)     
“The country’s top course - and uninterrupted string of inventive, demanding holes along 6,409 meters in Dalat’s cooler, elevated climate.”
- Southeastern Globe (March 2008)
“It is hard to imagine a more idyllic place for a game of golf, lush and green, with water in play on nine holes, and the only bentgrass greens in Asia.”
- Golf Australia (July 2007)