Singapore, with its tropical climate, enjoys favorable weather for golfing throughout the year. While the quantity of golf courses may not rival some other countries, the quality here is exceptional. The fact that international golf tournaments often choose the Lion City as their venue attests to the high standards of golf courses in Singapore.
A stunning course with a backdrop of the harbor, the venue for Asia's number one golf championship, and Singapore's best golf course.
Situated on Sentosa Island, Sentosa Golf Club is one of Singapore's most popular golf clubs. It offers excellent facilities, including two world-class championship golf courses—Serapong and Tanjong, as well as an authentic restaurant.
Finally, it's open! It's been heard that flights to Thailand are fully booked, and it seems like the pandemic has left everyone eager to travel abroad for some fun, especially golf enthusiasts whose craving for the game knows no bounds. Today, let's talk about why golf in Thailand is so popular!
Taiwan, located in the subtropics, is a golf paradise throughout the year. Traveling from Taipei City to many golf courses is convenient, allowing you to combine golfing with sightseeing. You will discover some famous courses, such as Taiwan (formerly Danshui) Country Club, where even the most seasoned golfers will be satisfied, and others like Meilhua Country Club, which is ideal for golf beginners.
Spanning Shenzhen and Dongguan, Mission Hills Golf Resort, established in 1992, has earned the title of "Guinness World's Largest Golf Club" after more than a decade of dedicated development. Mission Hills Golf Resort invited 12 legendary golf stars to design 12 courses with a total of 216 holes, making it the only resort in the world that brings together golf styles from five continents.
Shenzhen Golf Club, located in the central business district (CBD), is rightfully recognized as a premier CBD golf course. Established in 1985, the club is one of the earlier golf clubs in China. Situated on Shennan Road in Futian District, it is only an 8-minute drive from the Huanggang Port, making it the golf club closest to Hong Kong. Additionally, it stands opposite the renowned Mission Hills Resort, ensuring convenient accessibility.
The Mission Hills Golf Club - PETE DYE COURSE officially opened on August 1, 2007, and stands as the representative work of designer Pete Dye in China. It is likely to be the crowning achievement of this design master.
In general, the difficulty index of international golf courses is between 120-130, but the Norman Course designed by Greg Norman at Mission Hills Golf Club in Dongguan, Guangdong, has a difficulty index exceeding 150.