The Jockey Club - Kau Sai Chau (North course)


4-star: generally an excellent standard golf course, well worth visiting.
   The Jockey Club - Kau Sai Chau (North course) Est. 1995

Where2Golf says: 

The Jockey Club - Kau Sai Chau (East course): The Hong Kong Jockey Club operates three public golf courses (North, South and East), which radiate out from the same clubhouse on Kau Sai Chau island.

Generally regarded as the most scenic layout in Hong Kong, the East course generally steal top honours. It is the Jockey Club's wow factor layout! The North is a walking-only course, designed for top competitions and championships. The shorter South course, on which you can walk or drive, is regarded as the easiest going of the three.

These predominantly open parkland layouts offer stunning oceanside views, as well as a wonderful test for your all-round game. A must play if you are visiting Hong Kong.

List of courses in China - Hong Kong & Shenzhen

Map of courses in China - Hong Kong & Shenzhen
The Golf Guide to the Top Courses

Making Contact

The Jockey Club
Kau Sai Chau,
Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong 
China
The Golf Guide to the Top Courses
Office   +852 2791 3388
Pro Shop   +852 2791 3388
Fax

  +852 2792 0982

Email   jckscpgc@kscgolf.org.hk
Website   www.kscgolf.org.hk/
The Golf Guide to the Top Courses

About the course

The course: 18 holes. Open parkland.
Undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
 
Surroundings: Coastal bushland and seaside (Port Shelter).
 
Designer: Gary Player designed the North and South courses (1995). Robin Nelson & Neil Haworth designed the East course (2009).
The Golf Guide to the Top Courses
  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Yards 6796 6004 5414
Par 72 73 73
SSS or Slope 73.4 69.5 71.7
 
At the Same Location:
Above distances/ratings are for the North course. Also at The Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau is the East course (par-72, 6640 yds from back tees) and South course (par-69, 5906 yds).
The Golf Guide to the Top Courses

How2Get There?

33 km NE of Hong Kong Central District.
Public passenger ferries and golf shuttle ferries connect from Sai Kung Town on the mainland to the Jockey Club on Kau Sai Chau Island.

Essential information

Green Fees:
2016 visitor fee, 18-holes on the East course: weekdays HK$820; weekends HK$1,040. North & South courses: weekdays HK$700; weekends HK$910. [Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc]. Credit cards accepted.
The Golf Guide to the Top Courses
Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.  Must book in advance.
The Golf Guide to the Top Courses
Other Information
North course - walking only; East course - golf cart compulsory; South course - walk or ride.
Caddies available.
Practice facilities
Excellent (incl a two-tier driving range).
The Golf Guide to the Top Courses

Did you know?

The three Jockey Club golf courses occupy the northern half of Hong Kong's sixth largest island, Kau Sai Chau. The rest of the island is largely uninhabited, except for Kau Sai Village, a small fishing hamlet of about ten houses located at the island's southern most tip. Beyond the island's north shore lies the spectacular bay of Port Shelter.

The Golf Guide to the Top Courses

Location

The Golf Guide to the Top Courses

Click to enlarge Google map

Latitude: (22.371010)
Longitude: (114.308375)
The Golf Guide to the Top Courses
Where2Golf.com 4
 

Find a course

Tip: to find a course quickly, type the first few characters of the course name
Golf course location on a golf map
 
Search this site
 

Newsletter

Not signed up yet?

Register now
 

Share us on


   Follow us on FB     follow us on Twitter
 

 
-
 
-

 
Where2Golf spotlights


Tournaments:
The American Express formerly known as the Desert Classic, and for many years played as the Bob Hope Desert Classic, will once again be decided on the Pete Dye designed Stadium course at PGA West (Jan 16-19).
The Players Championship:  for the 39th time, TPC Sawgrass, another iconic Pete Dye design, will host The Players Championship for one of the richest first prizes in world golf (March 12-15).
 
Who's Who: 
Pete Dye:  one of the greatest golf course architects of this or any generation passes away aged 94. His contribution to golf course design, and the legacy he leaves is immense.
Jack Nicklaus:  like Pete Dye a native of Ohio, actually started his golf course design career working together with Dye. In 1967 Dye asked Nicklaus to input to his design for The Golf Club in Columbus, Ohio. Two years later they worked together on the revered Harbour Town Golf Links in South Carolina.

Latest golf course reviews
Sutton Coldfield Golf Club: located to the north of Birmingham, occupies a small corner of the wonderfully expansive and natural environs of Sutton Park. Perhaps not as lauded as nearby Little Aston, and Copt Heath, this heathland gem also lays down a really enjoyable test of golf in a wonderfully natural setting. Read more... 
Walton Heath Golf Club (Old course): Top golfers and golf writers have long acknowledged Walton Heath as one of the finest heathland courses in the British Isles. In fact there are two courses here, the Old and New. Read more...
 
Most popular golf course videos