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Shenzhen is famous for its Mission Hills Golf resort that offers 12 championship golf courses. The varied golf course layouts suit golfers of all skill levels. The World Cup, Norman, Faldo and Olazabal Golf courses are true tests of golf, while the easier ones include the Ozaki and Annika golf courses, to name a few.
All Shenzhen golf courses and golf clubs are well maintained and staying at the resort is a fabulous experience with integrated services and facilities.
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The Annika Golf course is one of the easier courses at Mission Hills in Shenzhen.
The Els is a fairly mountainous layout; significant elevation change is predominent on the front nine, while the flatter back-nine features more in the way of water.
China’s first “stadium course” with a spectacular island green.
The Leadbetter starts with an elevated teeing position before plunging into the valley below.
The Norman course is considered the toughest course in Mission Hills and it is almost obvious that there is a conscious effort to make it the most intimidating
Designed by Jose Maria Olazabal, this course is the venue for the Omega World Cup from 2007 to 2018.
Gentle elevation change, excellent use of sand and the subtle influence of water all combine to provide a delightful little track
The Pete Dye Course, in the same neighbourhood as the Faldo course, is a member-exclusive course.
This layout is perfectly suited to a match play format where the risk/reward opportunities get in an exciting round.
The Vijay Singh designed Golf course is quite difficult to get a good score on due to the amount of water, massive bunkers & sloping greens.
A Jack Nicklaus design, the name comes from it having hosted the World Cup of Golf back in 1995 – an event that truly put Mission Hills on the globe.
The innovative layout features elements inspired from top golf courses of the world. It is a member exclusive course.
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