With over 12 golf courses Mission Hills is the largest golf resort in the world. Situated in Shenzen, China, Mission Hills offers a combination of wonderful sporting facilities to the luxury of the 5* accommodation with a vast range of different bedrooms and suites available.
The resort also offers 13 multi-functional venues, which can cater for any event you might wish to host at this world-class resort. Outside of business activities, there is a selection of springs and spas to get your relaxation levels to a maximum. With fully qualified staff on hand for any treatments you wish to have, you are sure to feel invigorated by this resorts elegant experience.
The name of this Jack Nicklaus-designed masterpiece marks the tournament it hosted in 1995. Since then, the World Cup course has been the playground of a number of golfing legends, from Tiger Woods to Greg Norman. With an abundance of prominent water features, lush foliage and bunkers, this multi-award-winning course never gets old.
This course, designed by Vijah Singh, the man who finally knocked Tiger Woods from his place at the top of the World Golf Rankings, is riddled with water hazards and innovative technical challenges. Don’t expect an easy ride from a course designed by a golfing pro famous for his lengthy, intense practice sessions. Watch out for the 150-yard bunker on the third hole!
Combining wide open greens with the ever-present threat of encroaching trees and bushes, the Ozaki is a great all-round course. Expect wide fairways and sudden, unexpected changes in elevation which will keep you on your toes. Designed by perhaps the greatest Japanese golfer, Masashi Ozaki, this course features stirring, beautiful lakes. But don’t get too distracted, or your scorecard will suffer!
China’s very first stadium course, all 7000 yards of Nick Faldo’s course show the guiding hand of its creator. Posing great technical challenges and including Shehzen’s only island green, this course is perhaps better known for its beauty and intricacy than anything else. Glorious to look at and play on.
Bringing some of the beauty of his native South Africa’s courses with him, creator Ernie ‘The Big Easy’ Els has designed something truly spectacular here. Dense mini-forests line wide, gentle greens in this 7000-yard course. The Els’ signature fourth hole includes a tee box that sits at the very highest part of the course, for one of the best views in all of Mission Hills.
China’s venerated Zhang Lianwei is the designer behind the course that bears his name, and it shows: drawing inspiration from a wide variety of sources, this gentle, beautiful course – the first par-3 course in the country – is known as a great place for beginners to hone their skills. But don’t be fooled! Even though spacious greens and carefully-manicured terrain make the Zhang Lian Wei feel like a walk in the park, dominant water hazards still pose a threat to careless golfers.
Where the other Mission Hills courses tend to be filled with wide lakes and hilly terrain, the Pete Dye plays by its own rules; the influential golfing architect has stayed close to his well-known style here, and as such the 6800-yard, Par 72 Pete Dye course is full of stunning contrasts, subtly difficult shots and verdant, lush scenery.
A 5* resort integrated into a golf-complex, this hotel serves Shenzen’s enormous Mission Hills. With a beautiful selection of rooms and suites, all with stunning views of the surrounding mountainous countryside, the Mission Hills Hotel is the perfect place to relax after a round at the world’s largest golfing facility.