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Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen

No.1 Mission Hills Rd,

Shenzhen, Guangdong 518110

  • Office

    +86 755 2802 0888
  • Pro shop

    +86 755 2802 0888
  • Fax

    +86 755 2808 5399
  • Academy

    Mission Hills Golf Academies, Shenzhen.

About the course

  • The Course:

    18 holes. Tree-lined parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb (golf cart compulsory).

  • Surroundings:

    Wooded hills and limited residential.

  • Designer:

    Jack Nicklaus, with some later remodelling by Brian Curley (Schmidt-Curley Design).

Back
tees
Club
tees
Front
tees
Yards
7294
6300
5046
Par
72
72
72
SSS or slope
75.8
70.9
70.2

At the same location:

The resort centre at Mission Hills Shenzhen is home to four championship par-72 courses: World Cup (7249 yds from back tees); Els (7049 yds); Ozaki (7024 yds); Vijay (6833 yds), and the par-54 Zhang Lian Wei course (2299 yds). 10 km northwest of the Shenzhen resort centre, at the Mid-Valley clubhouse, are two more Mission Hills courses: Pete Dye and Faldo. 15 km northwest of the Shenzhen resort centre is the Mission Hills Dongguan resort with five more 18-hole courses: Olazabal, Annika, Rose-Poulter, Norman and Leadbetter. Mission Hills also owns and operates a further 10 courses near Haikou on Hainan Island (located 680 km southwest of Shenzhen).

Location

Latitude:

22.738194

Longitude:

114.069306

How to get there:

36 km N of Shenzhen / 52 km SE of Dongguan.

Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)

4-star: Above average course - well worth a visit.

Est. 1994

The World Cup course at Mission Hills Golf Club, Shenzhen was the first of the 12 Mission Hills courses to be built. Designed by Jack Nicklaus and named in honor of the 41st World Cup of Golf, which it hosted in 1995, it was the first Chinese course to receive US PGA Tour accreditation for major professional competitions.

The World Cup course still ranks with the best in the Mission Hills stable; at the Shenzhen resort centre it typically commands top billing. This tree-lined parkland course provides a wonderful test for your all-round game. In true Nicklaus fashion the layout is characterised by spacious fairways, plenty of water hazards and voluminous bunkering, plus several angled greens that put a premium on skilful approach play.

The Mission Hills Shenzhen resort centre is home to four championship golf courses (World Cup, Els, Ozaki and Vijay) as well as the delightful par-54 Zhang executive course. Just 5 km to the northwest you'll find the resort's Mid-Valley clubhouse, home to the Faldo and Pete Dye layouts. Another 5 km further on is Mission Hills' Dongguan Stay&Play resort, with another five championship courses (Olazabal, Annika, Rose-Poulter, Norman and Leadbetter).

A must play if you are staying at Mission Hills. You will need to be a guest at the onsite accommodations if you want to play any of the Mission Hills' courses in Shenzhen and Dongguan.

List of courses: Hong Kong & Shenzhen
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
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  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)
  • Photo of Mission Hills Golf Club Shenzhen (World Cup course)

Visitors

Who can play and when?

The Mission Hills Shenzhen and Dongguan courses can be played by guests staying at Mission Hills hotels, and by members of affiliated clubs.

Must book in advance.

Green fees

Resort-guest fee, 18-holes: weekdays 1,530 yuan; weekends 1,950 yuan.

Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, Stay&Play packages, etc. [Last updated: 2020].

Other information

Golf carts and caddies are compulsory.

Practice facilities

Excellent onsite practice facilities. There is also a two-tier public driving range located 5 minutes by shuttle bus from the resort centre (next to MH Mall).

Did you know?

Regarded by many as the greatest golfer ever to have played the game, Jack Nicklaus won 73 PGA Tour events and a record 18 major championships, including six Masters, four U.S. Opens, three Open Championships and five PGA Championships. A renowned golf course architect, many of his designs are ranked among the premier layouts in the world.

Where2Stay

  • Mission Hills Hotel Shenzhen5-star

    Mission Hills Rd, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province 518110.

    +86 755 2802 0888

    Visit website

    The Mission Hills Dongguan and Mission Hills Shenzhen resorts are located 11 km apart, and about 30 km north of the city of Shenzhen. In combination these two Mission Hills resorts include over 500 luxury guest rooms and suites, twelve 18-hole world-class golf courses, four clubhouses, Asia's largest spa destination and one of Asia’s largest collections of golf and sports equipment, apparel and accessories, 51 tennis courts with a professional academy, an exhibition centre, and several fine dining restaurants. Mission Hills offers an unparalleled combination of deluxe accommodation plus some of Asia’s finest sporting, spa and leisure facilities.

    • Golf at this hotel:

      Mission Hills: World Cup, Els, Ozaki, Vijay & Zhang courses.

    • Golf within 10 km:

      Mission Hills: Faldo and Pete Dye courses.

    • Golf within 30 km:

      Mission Hills: Olazabal, Annika, Rose-Poulter, Norman and Leadbetter courses; Fenghuanshan; Firestone; Shenzhen Jiulong Hills; Yinli Foreign Investors.

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