Mission Hills Group is headquartered in Hong Kong. Dr. Ken Chu, who currently serves as a National Committee Member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), is the Chairman and CEO. As a pioneer in China's hospitality, sports and leisure industry, Mission Hills Group has expanded its business across the cities of Shenzhen, Dongguan and Haikou and invested a total of 40 billion RMB in Mainland China.
Since its founding in 1992, Mission Hills Group has skilfully leveraged China's economic reform. It selected 20-plus square kilometers of wasteland between Shenzhen and Dongguan to launch its prestigious business and create Mission Hills Shenzhen, the world's largest golf complex with 12 courses featuring a total of 216 holes accredited by the Guinness World Records. Its 12 signature masterpiece courses are designed by golf legends from around the globe: Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye, Greg Norman, Nick Faldo, Annika Sorenstam, Jose Maria Olazabal, Ernie Els, Vijay Singh, Justin Rose, Ian Poulter, David Leadbetter, Jumbo Ozaki and Zhang Lianwei. It is worth noting that Mission Hills Shenzhen is the world's only club featuring designers from five continents.
The "World's No.1 Golf Club" offers a wide range of first-rate facilities for golfers and non-golfers alike. During its 22-year existence, it has evolved into a world-class conglomerate of hotels and resorts; golf and country clubs; international residential communities; award-winning spas; Mission Hills Centreville; golf academy, tennis academy (Asia's largest tennis centre with 51 courts), and pro shops to create a comprehensive set of unparalleled, luxury lifestyle experiences. Mission Hills Group is regarded as the leading leisure, sports investment and management firm in not only Asia-Pacific, but the world.
Mission Hills ▪ Haikou, in the capital of southern China's Hainan Island, opened in March 2010. It cements the brand's unique place among the world's leading resorts, and is central to a government-led initiative to make tropical Hainan the sports and leisure capital of Asia. Mission Hills – consistent with its legacy of spurring global investment in China – brings to the island its successful platform combining opulence with top-notch sporting and wellness experiences.
Conveniently located 15 minutes from Haikou's international airport, the resort occupies a vast, lava rock-strewn landscape of undulating terrain punctuated by ancient trees and sweeping wetlands. Highlights include 10 spectacular golf courses; a world-class luxury hotel with 538 spacious guest rooms and suites; premium clubhouse; an outdoor water-theme park; a natural mineral springs reserve; 12 delectable dining establishments; state-of-the-art recreation center; flexible function and meeting rooms; shopping arcade centre carrying the world's finest brands and esteemed spa facilities; Mission Hills • Huayi Brothers • Feng Xiaogang Movie Themed Town and Mission Hills • Lan Kwai Fong • Haikou. Moreover, Mission Hills Group has invested multiple projects in Yunnan, Chongqing, and Beijing as well.
Devoted to developing golf in China, Mission Hills Shenzhen has hosted over 100 major international tournaments. In 1995, the club held the 41st World Cup of Golf. It was China's first globally-significant golf championship and broadcasted across the country. In November 2001, Mission Hills invited the world's number one golf professional, Tiger Woods, to China. It was his first visit to the country, and helped established a new era of golf development. In 2007, Mission Hills signed an unprecedented agreement to host 12 consecutive editions of the Omega Mission Hills World Cup. Mission Hills continues its dynamic role at the forefront of China's golf boom with the launch of the Mission Hills Star Trophy at Mission Hills ▪ Hainan in late October, 2010. This is a ground-breaking celebrity Pro-Am tournament featuring the biggest names in golf and the largest individual prize purse for golf in Asia Pacific. In addition, Mission Hills hosted the World Ladies Championship in 2012 and 2013. Other recent high-profile tournaments include the World Golf Championships- HSBC CHAMPIONS 2012 and The Match at Mission Hills in 2013 featuring Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy.
Over the past 20 years, Mission Hills Group has made great contributions to the sports development in China. Former Chairman Dr. David Chu led the special advisory council for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Bidding Committee and helped to successfully secure the Games for China in Moscow on July 13, 2001. Also, Mission Hills was a major sponsor of the 2009 East Asian Games in Hong Kong and assisted Shenzhen City in its successful bid to host the 2011 Universiade. Besides sports, Mission Hills Group has been dedicating to the development of culture, education, and philanthropy in China and made over 500 million RMB donation. Mission Hills Group will continue dedicating to grow the game of golf in china and engage in charity work.
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