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Mission Hills China Invites Golfers to Scale 5 Continents in 5 Days
(Shenzhen, China: May 3, 2017) Golf enthusiasts now have the opportunity to achieve their bucket-list of playing golf in five different continents…in just FIVE days!

Mission Hills in southern China – the world’s largest golf club with 12 courses – is offering a special five day, four night package that includes golf on five of its courses by world-famous designers from Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania and Australia.

Golfers will first tackle the course designed by European Ryder Cup legend Jose-Maria Olazabal, venue for four World Cups from 2007 to 2011 and the WGC-HSBC Champions in 2012, won by Ian Poulter. Voted best championship course in Asia-Pacific, the Olazabal Course pays tribute to the Spaniard’s famous sand-playing abilities with a total of 168 bunkers!

Golfers will then enjoy rounds on award-winning courses by two more Major Champions, Ernie Els and Vijay Singh. South African legend Els – known as the Big Easy – has won two Open Championships and two US Opens while former world number one Singh from Fiji claimed two USPGA Championships and The Masters in 2000.

Next up is a highly-acclaimed course designed by one of the pioneers of Asian golf, Jumbo Osaki. The Japanese legend – known as Jumbo for his height and length off the tee – featured in the word top 10 for more than 200 weeks and was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2010.

The final challenge, and perhaps the toughest, is 18 holes over the Norman Course, designed by Australian Major champion Greg Norman. Known as the Great White Shark, the two-time Open winner has created an award-winning course at Mission Hills with a reputation as one of the most challenging in Asia.

Naturally golfers will be seeking plenty of rest and recuperation in between playing golf in five different continents in five different days! Hence the special package includes four nights’ accommodation in a Grande Deluxe Mountain View Room at Mission Hills Dongguan, voted Best Golf Resort in Asia Pacific and home to the luxurious Forest Springs Spa sanctuary, Asia’s largest spa and wellness destination.

This special “Five Continents at Mission Hills” package is available from 1 May 2017 to 31 March 2018, including five rounds of golf on weekdays and four nights’ accommodation with breakfast.

For bookings and further details, please contact +86 755 2801 1722 or email to szbooking@missionhillschina.com



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