The most popular golf destination in China for Australians.
What was formerly volcanic wasteland and later unsuccessful farming land is now one of the premier golf resorts in the world.
China’s enormous Mission Hills complex serves up an ocean of options for travelling golfers, combining an eye-popping 22 courses in two diverse destinations that epitomise the notion of being spoilt for choice.
The dozen courses at Mission Hills Shenzhen are well known, perhaps less so are the 10 more located on Hainan Island at Mission Hills Haikou, often referred to as “China’s Hawaii”.
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The Magnificent 10. Each of the Mission Hills Haikou courses has a different look and feel – and a different story.
As the premier tournament venue, Black Stone provides a thrilling world class challenge. It weaves through a striking landscape of mature trees, lava rock, thick jungle vegetation and expansive lakes and wetlands. Lava rock walls and village ruins created years ago remain as a testament to the site’s past.
Patterned after the exceptionally strong courses of the Melbourne sandbelt, this course features large bunkers dominated by high sand flashes and crisp, thick lips rising above the fairway and green surfaces. Eucalyptus trees evoke the Australian landscape while transitional bunkers blend into the native jungle, creating a natural and unique look.
Modelled after courses built at the turn of the century. The distinct, natural terrain is mixed with quirky features that utilise dd, sometime geometric shapes, abrupt mounds, deep pot bunkers, square edges, and the occasional blind spot.
The first short par 3 course is a true pitch and putt layout but with dramatic islands of turf surrounded by lava rock and large sand expanses.
There is a sense of expanse that creates a ‘big’ look while the black rocks and sand dominate the landscape like no other course in the world.
Based upon the traditional US Open courses of the eastern United States. Distinctive features, such as fabled ‘Church Pew’ bunkers, make for a unique look where grass faced bunkers and native grasses give the course an open meadow feel with occasional clusters of trees. The large greens make putting difficult.
This course showcases all the wild-ride features associated with Pete Dye’s designs. Railroad sleepers, abrupt mounds and moguls, long sandy bunkers, devilish and sometime small greens plus railroad car bridges all create a distinct look and playing experience.
This collection of 18 par 3s incorporates a unique and distinct feature: two pins on each green. The flags are designed to offer two options, one easier and the more assessable and one more difficult.
With a strong emphasis on beautiful landscaping based upon a backbone of dense palm plantings, this user-friendly course plays off a more modern design.
This course features large undulating contours that feed into some of the largest greens at the resort. These wild surfaces will leave monstrous putts at times.
Mission Hills “golf and more” mantra is evident everywhere. On site are the largest mineral springs in the world, a seemingly endless chain of themed springs for the ultimate way to relax and rejuvenate between rounds of golf.
Mission Hills Haikou is located in the volcanic region of exotic Hainan island, the resort offers elegantly designed guest rooms, luxury spa villas, a three story club house, the world’s largest mineral springs, a grandiose bamboo and volcanic spa oasis, 12 world class restaurants, a fully equipped sports centre, a world class golf academy, a world renowned Wet n Wild water park.
Spanning a million square metres, highlights of Centrevillle in Haikou include Lan Kwai Fong Bar Street, shopping, entertainment, cultural and dining attractions.
World leading hotels such as Ritz-Carlton, Renaissance and Hard Rock.
The new Mission Hills Movie Town is another major entertainment district in Haikou. The 930,000 square metre theme park showcases six professional movie studios, as well as numerous dining, entertainment, shopping, cinema, café, bar and hotel facilities.