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Featured PGA Destination: Beijing, China

Volvo China Open: Beijing Beckons Star Players

The 2018 Volvo China Open will see the likes of Alexander Levy, Joost Luiten, Bernd Wiesberger, Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Shubhankar Sharma compete to bag the trophy and RMB 30 million purse at Beijing’s Topwin Golf & Country Club.

Scheduled for April 26-29, the tournament promises to be a nail-biter, featuring three of the top ten – Sharma, Li and Aphibarnrat – cruising along in The Race to Dubai, and Levy aiming for his third win. The Volvo China Open has a history dating to 1995 and is organised by the China Golf Association.

Topwin has been the championship course of choice for the past two tournaments as well. The picturesque golf club is nestled in the hills of Huairou in north Beijing, approximately 50 km from the city centre. The exclusive private club is located at the base of The Great Wall of China and meanders through acres of rural countryside blessed with natural wildlife, pine trees and chestnut orchards. The golf course features 36-holes and a 17,000 sqm clubhouse with guest rooms.

Should you want to tee off elsewhere:  Beijing has quite a few public golf courses, including the 18-hole, tree-lined Beijing Country Golf Club, Beijing Orient Tianxing Country Golf Club and Beijing Hongua International Golf Club, a championship course that is regarded as among the best in China.

If you’re interested in a stay and play golf facility, consider the Beijing Grand Canal Golf Club located 35km east of central Beijing. You can relax at Grand Hotel Beijing, which has hosted Prime Ministers, Presidents and visiting dignitaries. 
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Topwin Golf & Country Club

April is a good season to see the incredibly beautiful flowers at Beijing Botanical Garden, Jingshan Park and Dajue Temple. Private sightseeing tours and day trips are popular among first-time visitors. 

Make sure you check out the Summer Palace (Yiheyuan), which was an imperial garden during the Qing Dynasty, Forbidden City – The Palace Museum, Juyong Pass of Great Wall and the exceptionally beautiful Great Wall at Huanghuacheng.


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