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– 5 Nights Hotel Accommodation
– Breakfast Daily
– Return Airport Transfers
– Return Hotel to Golf Course Transfers
– 4 Golf Rounds on a choice of 10 courses
– Shared Cart and Caddie Per Round
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World Cup Course
Named in honor of the 41st World Cup of Golf which it hosted in 1995, this critically acclaimed course was designed by 18-time major champion Jack Nicklaus. Completed in 1994, it’s the first course in China to be accredited by the US PGA for major professional competitions, and many of the world’s greatest players – including Tiger Woods and Greg Norman – have played on it. Winner of multiple international awards and heralded by the authoritative US golf publication LINKS as “one of the ten most significant and influential courses of the last 20 years”, Mission Hills’ World Cup course is widely hailed as one of Asia’s best golfing experiences.
Three-time major winner Vijay Singh has created a layout with a number of innovative design techniques, including the 150-yard beach bunker on the par-4 third hole, and the green complex at the par-5 10th, literally perched atop a rock wall In creating the course, Singh drew skillfully from famous designs around the world (including Pebble Beach), making it a favorite of both low- and high-handicappers.
The Ozaki Course takes advantage of its dramatic terrain by playing largely through single corridors offering elevated tees and fairways flanked by naturally occurring slopes. Large areas of turf and wide fairways punctuated by strategic bunkering, contrast with tall slopes of native plants and trees. Dramatic long views into valley corridors often include serene lakes, and end at the course’s large challenging green complexes.
The Faldo Course at Mission Hills is China’s first “stadium course” and features the region’s only island green at the par-3 16th. Measuring nearly 7,000 yards from the back tees, it’s highlighted by mounding and earthen amphitheatres to improve the spectator experience. The 16th hole and drivable par-4 15th are two of Asia’s most exciting holes and have played significant roles in many tournament outcomes. It is home to the annual Grand Final for the premier junior golf circuit on the continent, the Faldo Series Asia.
The theme of the Els Course is to create a lush backdrop of dense tree growth juxtaposed against wide swaths of manicured turf, thus evoking a “maintained garden” aesthetic reminiscent of Els’ South African homeland. Measuring more than 7,000 yards, the Els Course follows a unique “core” layout in which no two holes run parallel. The signature fourth hole features a tee box atop the highest point on the course, providing golfers with panoramic views of Mission Hills Golf Club and the surrounding region.
Zhang Lianwei Course
An innovative executive course – the first par-3 course in China – designed by the first Chinese golfer to compete in the Masters, the Zhang Lianwei Course features design elements and green complexes borrowed from many of the world’s most famous golf venues. Architecture aficionados will discover replicas of a “Redan-style” green, the “Postage Stamp” hole from Royal Troon, the “Road Hole” at St. Andrews and Donald Ross-style “turtle back” green complexes. It presents an ideal setting to introduce beginners to the game.
Pete Dye Cours
The Pete Dye Course is the first Dye design in China. It offers a marked departure from Mission Hills’ other 11 layouts, presenting the golfer with a unique look. At just over 6,800 yards and playing to par 72, it is short by today’s standards and requires creative shot-making. Easily walked, golfers encounter many elements long-associated with Dye Courses: small pot bunkers, long tee to green waste areas, railroad ties used as sleepers and walkway steps framed by tall, native grasses to provide a sharp, visual contrast. The greens are wildly undulating, especially on the numerous short par 4s.
Annika Sorenstam’s first design credit features spectacular views of the natural terrain and mountains which rise more than 300 meters above the golf course. The dramatic elevations change throughout the course provide numerous panoramic tee shots perched high above spacious fairways that cut through valleys. Well-manicured landscaping dominates the perimeters of both tee and green, creating an aesthetically appealing “botanical” type atmosphere.
The Rose-Poulter Course set within a stunning valley of age old trees and jungle vegetation, the new addition has been designed to create an exciting risk/reward opportunity on many holes and is a great venue for a match play format where players are asked to take chances along the way with less regard to overall medal scoring. The course evokes a much more natural feel with a significant amount of the bunker complexes transitioning into native vegetation, creating a much more flowing and integrated relationship with the outside vegetation and towering mountains.
David Leadbetter’s commitment to instruction is on full display in his first foray into golf course design. The world-renowned instructor devised a layout meant to challenge and teach players without intimidating. Generous fairways, short par 4s and drives from elevated tees are prevalent throughout. Yet it also features large, sand-flashed bunkers and fairways that while wide, rarely yield a perfectly level lie. It requires the player to use every club in the bag at some point in the round, just as any top-notch instructor would demand.
Jose Maria Olazabal’s inaugural signature course is one of the club’s strongest tests. It plays to more than 7,300 yards for the Omega Mission Hills World Cup, and boasts 151 bunkers (including 24 on No. 15 alone) – reflective of Olazabal’s reputation as a master with the sand wedge. Numerous majestic vistas of untouched jungle and natural flowing streams create outstanding backdrops throughout the golf course. The numerous, deep bunkers, along with its undulating fairways are two distinguishing features of this true championship course. The Olazabal Course hosted the 2007, 2008 & 2009 Omega Mission Hills World Cup, often referred to as the “Olympics of Golf.”
Greg Norman built a reputation designing challenging golf courses wrought in the traditional stylings of his native Australian Sand Belt. His 7,228-yard offering at Mission Hills follows suit, as narrow fairways surrounded by long, native grasses and dense forest vegetation contribute to the layout’s reputation as one of the most difficult courses in Asia. The front nine meanders through dramatic mountain ridges and hillsides, while the back nine lays gingerly in one of the property’s many lush valleys.
Mission Hills Resort
Located within the National Forest Park, the 23-storey Mission Hills Resort Dongguan is an integrated eco-friendly golf and family resort destination in Asia. The resort offers an alluring combination of luxury accommodation, sporting, meeting, wellness, and leisure facilities. Together with Mission Hills Resort Shenzhen, 12 world-class golf courses offer golfers the ultimate spoiling choices. The hotel features over 334 guest rooms and suites, each offering its own interpretation of a tropical golf and leisure paradise. In addition, guests have access to a full-size outdoor swimming pool with fun-filled obstacle water park and a heated indoor swimming pool, Asia’s largest spa & wellness destination and one of Asia’s largest collections of golf and sports equipment, apparel and accessories, and a convention center that houses 2,000sqm grand ballroom and 38 multi-purpose function halls. The Mission Hills Funtasy with a great selection of children’s activities, playgrounds and day care center, a mini-zoo, BBQ area with wooden houses are also available for families of all sizes to enjoy.