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RMB 1,580 / set (2 adults + 1 Child)
· One-Night Stay in Shenzhen or Dongguan Mission Hills Resort
· Grande Deluxe (Mountain View )Room
·Delicious Buffet Breakfast

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FAMILY HOLIDAY

2020.05.01-10.31(excl. public holidays):
RMB 2,599
Children: Height from 1.2m-1.4m: RMB1,000/pax
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  • WGE – GOLF'S NEW GLOBAL FOOTPRINT!
    News Archive / 2020-01-09
    The Inaugural World Golf Expo (WGE) has been officially launched! The brand-new mega event will be staged in Haikou, the capital city of Hainan, often referred to as China’s Hawaii. The WGE is the successor of the Asia Pacific Golf Summit (APGS) which has been the dominant Summit on the business of golf for thirteen years. With effect from 2020, the reins of APGS is being taken over by the giant Mission Hills Group of China, the world’s largest golf resort with 22 golf courses. The new event is not just a normal progression of APGS but a paradigm shift in terms of scale, size and mission. The new event is designed to not only give golf a new sense of purpose in Asia but to reach out to all stake holders around the world and to help bring about a unification for the general betterment of the golf industry. Like everything that the Mission Hills Group undertakes, WGE is being planned to be a very thorough and all-encompassing event that is in keeping with the corporate ethos of the organisation which put simply, is to either be the pioneer of an initiative or be the biggest and best in it. In this context, WGE is definitely the first of its kind and is planned to become the biggest. In terms of scale and scope, it is being planned to be a totally unique event. “APGS has been a tremendously successful event, and while WGE pays homage to its roots, it will also take it to the next level covering multiple bases,” said Tenniel Chu, the vice-chairman of the Mission Hills Group and the chairman of the WGE Organising Committee. According to Chu, WGE is being structured to address the following key pillars: • A global golf trade exposition; • An international golf business summit; • An international agronomy symposium; • A global golf awards recognition event; • A series of professional and amateur golf tournaments; Collectively, Chu envisions WGE to “take on carnival proportions” designed to showcase the latest and the best in all things golf and to also stimulate and encourage innovative thinking relating to promoting the growth of golf on a global scale. “There has never been a better time to promote golf in this region given the fact that Asia and the Pacific region is still the world’s fastest growing major region, contributing more than two-thirds to global growth,” Chu pointed out. The WGE’s permanent base will be Haikou, which is the home base for Mission Hills’ Hainan operations. Its location is very central to all of Asia and its year-round tropical climate makes it a perfect setting as the golf capital of the region. Another supportive reason for basing the WGE in Haikou according to Chu is that “Hainan has been given the task of establishing a basic free-trade port system by 2025 and a world-class free-trade port by 2035 and this will be another big boon to the global golf industry.” This is in addition to the fact that Hainan is already well-established as an international tourism island, with visa-free entry for residents of 59 countries and 300 flight routes connecting 100 cities globally, making it one of the most accessible provinces in China. Against this strong business backdrop, Mike Sebastian, CEO of APGG and the producer for WGE said, "The plus factors for staging WGE in Hainan are simply overwhelming when you consider that it is home to Mission Hills in Haikou which is part of the world's largest golf resort." Mission Hills Haikou is purpose-built for WGE and it has everything to offer as a true global showcase for golf. The dates for the WGE are set for October 14 – 16, 2020. "While the show dates are set for October 14 to 16, the intention is to have a host of activities that will run concurrently with the main core events of WGE," said Sebastian. The WGE trade show exposition is slated to open on October 14 and will run through to October 16. The first day will be exclusively for the golf trade and invited guests. The other days will be open to the general public. “We expect an excellent turn-out of golf enthusiasts and the golf trade to attend the trade show from China, the ASEAN region, Japan and South Korea,” according to Sebastian. “One of the stand-out features of the WGE trade show is that we will have an area dedicated for open-air demonstrations of various agronomical products which is going to be truly a unique experience for golf course operators and besides this, we will also be having a special demo-day for golf club equipment where consumers can actually test golf clubs at a driving range,” Chu revealed. The World Golf Summit, the business conference component of WGE will be staged over two days, starting on October 15 and culminating on October 16. “The World Golf Summit will be a two-day deep-dive event in that it will be set up by a major theme-setting keynote address followed by half-day workshop sessions focused on key business topics impacting the industry,” said Sebastian. One of the features of APGS has been the Asian Golf Awards, recognised as the pre-eminent recognition event for the golf industry in the Asian Pacific. It has been widely regarded as the “Oscars” of the industry. Under the WGE umbrella, the Asian Golf Awards will be re-branded as the Global Golf Awards. The Global Golf Awards will be an expansion on the 20-year long heritage of the Asian Golf Awards and Chu observed, “It is a natural progression for us to grow the recognition event into a global extravaganza and given the scope of the WGE, it makes good sense for us to create a truly global recognition event that comes with a long and trusted pedigree”. The Global Golf Awards will be launched via an on-line poll that will run for a three-month period starting on March 1 through to the end of May 2020. Delegate and exhibitor registrations will be formally open on March 31 and details will be made available on WGE’s official web site at www.worldgolfexpo.com ABOUT MISSION HILLS GROUP: The Mission Hills Group - owner and operator of world-class resorts in the heart of the Pearl River Delta and on the tropical island of Hainan – is a pioneer in China’s hospitality, sports and leisure industry. The fully-integrated Mission Hills resorts span more than 40 square kilometres, including 22 championship golf courses – making it the world’s largest golf facility – plus five-star hotels, award-winning spas and volcanic mineral springs, international convention centers, state-of-art golf academies, a 20-pitch football training base, Asia’s largest basketball school and Asia’s biggest tennis facility. Other significant projects at Mission Hills include shopping and entertainment at Mission Hills Centreville, Bromsgrove School Mission Hills in collaboration with the 550-year-old British boarding school, co-operations with world-renowned hotel brands Hard Rock, Renaissance and Ritz-Carlton, Mission Hills Movie Town and ground-breaking partnerships with FC Barcelona, NBA and PGA of America. For more information, visit www.missionhillschina.com or follow Mission Hills China on social media. ABOUT ASIA PACIFIC GOLF GROUP: The Asia Pacific Golf Summit started in 2007 when the first conference was staged in Singapore. Since then, it has grown to become the Asia Pacific’s top knowledge and business networking event for the golf industry. The Summit is owned and produced by the Asia Pacific Golf Group (2014) Pte Ltd (APGG), the leader in golf publishing and events in the region. APGG produces and owns the following: Asian Golf Asia Pacific Golf Summit Asian Golf Awards APGG is a global force in golf with a highly focused perspective on Asia! Please address all enquiries to: Mike Sebastian Executive Producer World Golf Expo Tel: +65-91528162 e-mail: mike@asiapacificgolfgroup.com WGE 2020 is a collaboration between the Mission Hills Group and the Asia Pacific Golf Group. World Golf Expo 2020 (WGE 2020) - The Total Golf Show! www.worldgolfexpo.com   www.asiapacificgolfgroup.com
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  • MISSION HILLS JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM BACK ON TRACK AS JACK TONG AND JENNY CHANG CLINCHES THE 13TH MISSION HILLS JACK NICKLAUS JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
    News Archive / 2020-10-08
    [Dongguan, China – 4th October 2020] In the highly anticipated 13th edition of the Jack Nicklaus Junior Championship at Mission Hills Dongguan, Jack Tong fired a stunning tournament-low round of 65 to finish with 204 (65-69-70), clinching the overall boys’ title, while Jenny Chang took home the overall girls’ title with a 222 finish (74-74-74), after a tie-breaker with Peng Yufei. With a field of 120 outstanding players from six countries and regions, Yu Junting (224) and Limin Tingting (229) were the runners-up in the boys’ 13-18 category, with Peng Yufei (222) and Zou Yiyun (228) in the girls’ 13-18 category. Chen Zhengdao (238) won the boys’ 10-12 category, and Liao Kexin (254) won the girls’ category. With a final score of 221, Qin Gan was the boys’ 8-9 champion, while Lai Lishan (236) won the girls’ 8-9 champion. This year's event attracted nearly 180 players from all over the world, with some of the best players in the region, including Jack Tong, Huang Yuteng, Jenny Chang and Hun Tengteng. In a post-game interview, Jack Tong expressed his delight in winning the overall title saying,  "Each course at Mission Hills features different characteristics and difficulties. Challenging the courses here has greatly improved my skills.” The stakes remained high at Leadbetter Course at Mission Hills Dongguan as the leading players will be invited to compete in the Nicklaus Junior Championship, played at the beautiful Hills Course of Jonathan’s Landing Golf Club next summer in Jupiter County, Florida. The overall champions and top three players in each category will also be invited to participate in the finals of the Mission Hills Youth Series 2020 and the Faldo Series Shenzhen Championship. With R&A and China Golf Association ranking points on offer, the 2020 Mission Hills Jack Nicklaus Junior Championship on the Leadbetter Course marked an important milestone in the resumption of golf tournaments and an important date in the Group’s award-winning junior golf calendar, sponsored by EFG Bank. Mr Tenniel Chu, Vice-Chairman of Mission Hills Group, said: "This tournament is made more special by being the only Jack Nicklaus junior series held outside of the United States. As the designer of Mission Hills" very first golf course, Mission Hills has built up close rapport with Jack over more than two decades, and haver committed ourselves to pursuing youth development in the sport. Mr Jack Nicklaus, golf legend and cofounder of the tournament, added “In partnering Mission Hills, we achieve constant growth with the introduction of new developments to this tournament every year, and I am thankful for the dedicated efforts from Tenniel and the Mission Hills team.” The Mission Hills Junior Golf Program provides access to the sport for tens of thousands of juniors each year, from beginners to elite amateurs, through junior tournaments, coaching, camps and clinics, school classes, free access for juniors to three of its courses and free entry into the Dr David Chu Golf Museum at Mission Hills, the first in China. Founded in 1992, the Mission Hills Group has invested more than six million US dollars into its Junior Golf Program; and more than 100,000 competitive rounds have been played at Mission Hills.  It was voted Best Youth Development Programme in Asia in 2018 and EFG Bank is its Official Partner.   ABOUT MISSION HILLS GROUP The Mission Hills Group – owner and operator of world-class resorts in the heart of the Pearl River Delta and on the tropical island of Hainan – is a pioneer in China’s hospitality, sports and leisure industry. The fully-integrated Mission Hills resorts span more than 40 square kilometres, including 22 championship golf courses – making it the world’s largest golf facility – plus five-star hotels, award-winning spas and volcanic mineral springs, international convention centers, state-of-the-art golf academies, a 20-pitch football training base, Asia’s largest basketball school and Asia’s biggest tennis facility. Other significant projects at Mission Hills include shopping and entertainment at Mission Hills Centreville, Bromsgrove School Mission Hills in collaboration with the 550-year-old British boarding school, co-operations with world-renowned hotel brands Hard Rock, Renaissance and Ritz-Carlton, Mission Hills Movie Town, China’s first Wet’n’Wild water park and ground-breaking partnerships with FC Barcelona, NBA and PGA of America. For more information visit www.missionhillschina.com or follow Mission Hills China on social media. ABOUT EFG INTERNATIONAL EFG International is a global private banking group offering private banking and asset management services and is headquartered in Zurich. EFG International's group of private banking businesses operates in around 40 locations worldwide. Its registered shares (EFGN) are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.
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  • 14-YEAR-OLD HUANG YUTENG DEFENDS CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE AT THE 17TH MISSION HILLS GOLFATHON GRAND FINAL
    News Archive / 2020-09-21
    [Dongguan, China -- 18th September 2020] The 17th season of the Mission Hills Golfathon, held over the past five months, wrapped up today with the Grand Final held at Mission Hills Dongguan. 14-year-old Huang Yuteng from Taiwan, China beat some 120 players at the Olazabel course with a total of 74 strokes to defend his title. In addition, the Men's overall championship was won by Wu Liguo, with Mei Jian clinching the Women's overall championship, while Li Jian took home the Men's evergreen championship. While the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a slight dip in participation, this year’s Golfathon event continues to attract more than 8,000 participants, marking a rebound in golfing events within Mainland China.   For Huang, he will automatically qualify to play the 18th edition of the Mission Hills Golfathon, as well as enjoy a vacation package at Mission Hills Haikou, comprising 2-nights’ accommodation at a spa villa, green vouchers and more. Winners in other categories also won vacation packages at Mission Hills Haikou. The event this year is supported by the British luxury all-terrain SUV brand – Land Rover – which set a hole-in-one award on the 17th hole of the Olazabel Course: a Range Rover Sport HSE valued at RMB 1 million!   Last year, Huang won the 2019 Mission Hills Golfathon with a score of 72 at the Rose-Poulter Course. He also recently participated in the Mission Hills Junior Series, HSBC Championship Hengdian Leg, Buick Championship Huazhong Leg amongst other events, keeping up his top form. As a frequent participant of Mission Hills tournaments, Huang was quite confident about defending his title, saying: “To hone my skills prior to the Grand Final, I sought to improve technical details with coaching sessions at the Mission Hills PGA Golf Academy.” He also committed to many practice sessions to familiarise himself with the grounds, and strived to maintain results that were close to par. Since its inception in 2004, the Mission Hills Golfathon has attracted more than 120,000 golfers from around the world, with players competing to play 10 world-class golf courses at Mission Hills featuring designers from five continents over the summer. “Due to the ongoing pandemic and related travel restrictions, we have seen a slight dip in overall participants. Nonetheless, we continue to see brisk interest from overseas members and golfers who wanted to join the Golfathon this year,” said Mr. Han Zhishan, General Manager of Mission Hills Golf Club. Mr. Tenniel Chu, Vice-Chairman of Mission Hills Group added, “The Mission Hills Golfathon is a unique concept that we developed to connect China and the world through sports. It is not only a celebration of golf, but also a symbol of unity and friendship. We look forward to growing the event further after the pandemic eases, as we remain steadfast in our commitment to bring China to the world, and the world to China.” ABOUT MISSION HILLS GROUP The Mission Hills Group – owner and operator of world-class resorts in the heart of the Pearl River Delta and on the tropical island of Hainan – is a pioneer in China’s hospitality, sports and leisure industry. The fully-integrated Mission Hills resorts span more than 40 square kilometres, including 22 championship golf courses – making it the world’s largest golf facility – plus five-star hotels, award-winning spas and volcanic mineral springs, international convention centers, state-of-the-art golf academies, a 20-pitch football training base, Asia’s largest basketball school and Asia’s biggest tennis facility. Other significant projects at Mission Hills include shopping and entertainment at Mission Hills Centreville, Bromsgrove School Mission Hills in collaboration with the 550-year-old British boarding school, co-operations with world-renowned hotel brands Hard Rock, Renaissance and Ritz-Carlton, Mission Hills Movie Town, China’s first Wet’n’Wild water park and ground-breaking partnerships with FC Barcelona, NBA and PGA of America. For more information visit www.missionhillschina.com or follow Mission Hills China on social media.
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WGE – GOLF'S NEW GLOBAL FOOTPRINT!
News Archive / 2020-01-09
The Inaugural World Golf Expo (WGE) has been officially launched! The brand-new mega event will be staged in Haikou, the capital city of Hainan, often referred to as China’s Hawaii. The WGE is the successor of the Asia Pacific Golf Summit (APGS) which has been the dominant Summit on the business of golf for thirteen years. With effect from 2020, the reins of APGS is being taken over by the giant Mission Hills Group of China, the world’s largest golf resort with 22 golf courses. The new event is not just a normal progression of APGS but a paradigm shift in terms of scale, size and mission. The new event is designed to not only give golf a new sense of purpose in Asia but to reach out to all stake holders around the world and to help bring about a unification for the general betterment of the golf industry. Like everything that the Mission Hills Group undertakes, WGE is being planned to be a very thorough and all-encompassing event that is in keeping with the corporate ethos of the organisation which put simply, is to either be the pioneer of an initiative or be the biggest and best in it. In this context, WGE is definitely the first of its kind and is planned to become the biggest. In terms of scale and scope, it is being planned to be a totally unique event. “APGS has been a tremendously successful event, and while WGE pays homage to its roots, it will also take it to the next level covering multiple bases,” said Tenniel Chu, the vice-chairman of the Mission Hills Group and the chairman of the WGE Organising Committee. According to Chu, WGE is being structured to address the following key pillars: • A global golf trade exposition; • An international golf business summit; • An international agronomy symposium; • A global golf awards recognition event; • A series of professional and amateur golf tournaments; Collectively, Chu envisions WGE to “take on carnival proportions” designed to showcase the latest and the best in all things golf and to also stimulate and encourage innovative thinking relating to promoting the growth of golf on a global scale. “There has never been a better time to promote golf in this region given the fact that Asia and the Pacific region is still the world’s fastest growing major region, contributing more than two-thirds to global growth,” Chu pointed out. The WGE’s permanent base will be Haikou, which is the home base for Mission Hills’ Hainan operations. Its location is very central to all of Asia and its year-round tropical climate makes it a perfect setting as the golf capital of the region. Another supportive reason for basing the WGE in Haikou according to Chu is that “Hainan has been given the task of establishing a basic free-trade port system by 2025 and a world-class free-trade port by 2035 and this will be another big boon to the global golf industry.” This is in addition to the fact that Hainan is already well-established as an international tourism island, with visa-free entry for residents of 59 countries and 300 flight routes connecting 100 cities globally, making it one of the most accessible provinces in China. Against this strong business backdrop, Mike Sebastian, CEO of APGG and the producer for WGE said, "The plus factors for staging WGE in Hainan are simply overwhelming when you consider that it is home to Mission Hills in Haikou which is part of the world's largest golf resort." Mission Hills Haikou is purpose-built for WGE and it has everything to offer as a true global showcase for golf. The dates for the WGE are set for October 14 – 16, 2020. "While the show dates are set for October 14 to 16, the intention is to have a host of activities that will run concurrently with the main core events of WGE," said Sebastian. The WGE trade show exposition is slated to open on October 14 and will run through to October 16. The first day will be exclusively for the golf trade and invited guests. The other days will be open to the general public. “We expect an excellent turn-out of golf enthusiasts and the golf trade to attend the trade show from China, the ASEAN region, Japan and South Korea,” according to Sebastian. “One of the stand-out features of the WGE trade show is that we will have an area dedicated for open-air demonstrations of various agronomical products which is going to be truly a unique experience for golf course operators and besides this, we will also be having a special demo-day for golf club equipment where consumers can actually test golf clubs at a driving range,” Chu revealed. The World Golf Summit, the business conference component of WGE will be staged over two days, starting on October 15 and culminating on October 16. “The World Golf Summit will be a two-day deep-dive event in that it will be set up by a major theme-setting keynote address followed by half-day workshop sessions focused on key business topics impacting the industry,” said Sebastian. One of the features of APGS has been the Asian Golf Awards, recognised as the pre-eminent recognition event for the golf industry in the Asian Pacific. It has been widely regarded as the “Oscars” of the industry. Under the WGE umbrella, the Asian Golf Awards will be re-branded as the Global Golf Awards. The Global Golf Awards will be an expansion on the 20-year long heritage of the Asian Golf Awards and Chu observed, “It is a natural progression for us to grow the recognition event into a global extravaganza and given the scope of the WGE, it makes good sense for us to create a truly global recognition event that comes with a long and trusted pedigree”. The Global Golf Awards will be launched via an on-line poll that will run for a three-month period starting on March 1 through to the end of May 2020. Delegate and exhibitor registrations will be formally open on March 31 and details will be made available on WGE’s official web site at www.worldgolfexpo.com ABOUT MISSION HILLS GROUP: The Mission Hills Group - owner and operator of world-class resorts in the heart of the Pearl River Delta and on the tropical island of Hainan – is a pioneer in China’s hospitality, sports and leisure industry. The fully-integrated Mission Hills resorts span more than 40 square kilometres, including 22 championship golf courses – making it the world’s largest golf facility – plus five-star hotels, award-winning spas and volcanic mineral springs, international convention centers, state-of-art golf academies, a 20-pitch football training base, Asia’s largest basketball school and Asia’s biggest tennis facility. Other significant projects at Mission Hills include shopping and entertainment at Mission Hills Centreville, Bromsgrove School Mission Hills in collaboration with the 550-year-old British boarding school, co-operations with world-renowned hotel brands Hard Rock, Renaissance and Ritz-Carlton, Mission Hills Movie Town and ground-breaking partnerships with FC Barcelona, NBA and PGA of America. For more information, visit www.missionhillschina.com or follow Mission Hills China on social media. ABOUT ASIA PACIFIC GOLF GROUP: The Asia Pacific Golf Summit started in 2007 when the first conference was staged in Singapore. Since then, it has grown to become the Asia Pacific’s top knowledge and business networking event for the golf industry. The Summit is owned and produced by the Asia Pacific Golf Group (2014) Pte Ltd (APGG), the leader in golf publishing and events in the region. APGG produces and owns the following: Asian Golf Asia Pacific Golf Summit Asian Golf Awards APGG is a global force in golf with a highly focused perspective on Asia! Please address all enquiries to: Mike Sebastian Executive Producer World Golf Expo Tel: +65-91528162 e-mail: mike@asiapacificgolfgroup.com WGE 2020 is a collaboration between the Mission Hills Group and the Asia Pacific Golf Group. World Golf Expo 2020 (WGE 2020) - The Total Golf Show! www.worldgolfexpo.com   www.asiapacificgolfgroup.com
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MISSION HILLS JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM BACK ON TRACK AS JACK TONG AND JENNY CHANG CLINCHES THE 13TH MISSION HILLS JACK NICKLAUS JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
News Archive / 2020-10-08
[Dongguan, China – 4th October 2020] In the highly anticipated 13th edition of the Jack Nicklaus Junior Championship at Mission Hills Dongguan, Jack Tong fired a stunning tournament-low round of 65 to finish with 204 (65-69-70), clinching the overall boys’ title, while Jenny Chang took home the overall girls’ title with a 222 finish (74-74-74), after a tie-breaker with Peng Yufei. With a field of 120 outstanding players from six countries and regions, Yu Junting (224) and Limin Tingting (229) were the runners-up in the boys’ 13-18 category, with Peng Yufei (222) and Zou Yiyun (228) in the girls’ 13-18 category. Chen Zhengdao (238) won the boys’ 10-12 category, and Liao Kexin (254) won the girls’ category. With a final score of 221, Qin Gan was the boys’ 8-9 champion, while Lai Lishan (236) won the girls’ 8-9 champion. This year's event attracted nearly 180 players from all over the world, with some of the best players in the region, including Jack Tong, Huang Yuteng, Jenny Chang and Hun Tengteng. In a post-game interview, Jack Tong expressed his delight in winning the overall title saying,  "Each course at Mission Hills features different characteristics and difficulties. Challenging the courses here has greatly improved my skills.” The stakes remained high at Leadbetter Course at Mission Hills Dongguan as the leading players will be invited to compete in the Nicklaus Junior Championship, played at the beautiful Hills Course of Jonathan’s Landing Golf Club next summer in Jupiter County, Florida. The overall champions and top three players in each category will also be invited to participate in the finals of the Mission Hills Youth Series 2020 and the Faldo Series Shenzhen Championship. With R&A and China Golf Association ranking points on offer, the 2020 Mission Hills Jack Nicklaus Junior Championship on the Leadbetter Course marked an important milestone in the resumption of golf tournaments and an important date in the Group’s award-winning junior golf calendar, sponsored by EFG Bank. Mr Tenniel Chu, Vice-Chairman of Mission Hills Group, said: "This tournament is made more special by being the only Jack Nicklaus junior series held outside of the United States. As the designer of Mission Hills" very first golf course, Mission Hills has built up close rapport with Jack over more than two decades, and haver committed ourselves to pursuing youth development in the sport. Mr Jack Nicklaus, golf legend and cofounder of the tournament, added “In partnering Mission Hills, we achieve constant growth with the introduction of new developments to this tournament every year, and I am thankful for the dedicated efforts from Tenniel and the Mission Hills team.” The Mission Hills Junior Golf Program provides access to the sport for tens of thousands of juniors each year, from beginners to elite amateurs, through junior tournaments, coaching, camps and clinics, school classes, free access for juniors to three of its courses and free entry into the Dr David Chu Golf Museum at Mission Hills, the first in China. Founded in 1992, the Mission Hills Group has invested more than six million US dollars into its Junior Golf Program; and more than 100,000 competitive rounds have been played at Mission Hills.  It was voted Best Youth Development Programme in Asia in 2018 and EFG Bank is its Official Partner.   ABOUT MISSION HILLS GROUP The Mission Hills Group – owner and operator of world-class resorts in the heart of the Pearl River Delta and on the tropical island of Hainan – is a pioneer in China’s hospitality, sports and leisure industry. The fully-integrated Mission Hills resorts span more than 40 square kilometres, including 22 championship golf courses – making it the world’s largest golf facility – plus five-star hotels, award-winning spas and volcanic mineral springs, international convention centers, state-of-the-art golf academies, a 20-pitch football training base, Asia’s largest basketball school and Asia’s biggest tennis facility. Other significant projects at Mission Hills include shopping and entertainment at Mission Hills Centreville, Bromsgrove School Mission Hills in collaboration with the 550-year-old British boarding school, co-operations with world-renowned hotel brands Hard Rock, Renaissance and Ritz-Carlton, Mission Hills Movie Town, China’s first Wet’n’Wild water park and ground-breaking partnerships with FC Barcelona, NBA and PGA of America. For more information visit www.missionhillschina.com or follow Mission Hills China on social media. ABOUT EFG INTERNATIONAL EFG International is a global private banking group offering private banking and asset management services and is headquartered in Zurich. EFG International's group of private banking businesses operates in around 40 locations worldwide. Its registered shares (EFGN) are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.
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14-YEAR-OLD HUANG YUTENG DEFENDS CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE AT THE 17TH MISSION HILLS GOLFATHON GRAND FINAL
News Archive / 2020-09-21
[Dongguan, China -- 18th September 2020] The 17th season of the Mission Hills Golfathon, held over the past five months, wrapped up today with the Grand Final held at Mission Hills Dongguan. 14-year-old Huang Yuteng from Taiwan, China beat some 120 players at the Olazabel course with a total of 74 strokes to defend his title. In addition, the Men's overall championship was won by Wu Liguo, with Mei Jian clinching the Women's overall championship, while Li Jian took home the Men's evergreen championship. While the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a slight dip in participation, this year’s Golfathon event continues to attract more than 8,000 participants, marking a rebound in golfing events within Mainland China.   For Huang, he will automatically qualify to play the 18th edition of the Mission Hills Golfathon, as well as enjoy a vacation package at Mission Hills Haikou, comprising 2-nights’ accommodation at a spa villa, green vouchers and more. Winners in other categories also won vacation packages at Mission Hills Haikou. The event this year is supported by the British luxury all-terrain SUV brand – Land Rover – which set a hole-in-one award on the 17th hole of the Olazabel Course: a Range Rover Sport HSE valued at RMB 1 million!   Last year, Huang won the 2019 Mission Hills Golfathon with a score of 72 at the Rose-Poulter Course. He also recently participated in the Mission Hills Junior Series, HSBC Championship Hengdian Leg, Buick Championship Huazhong Leg amongst other events, keeping up his top form. As a frequent participant of Mission Hills tournaments, Huang was quite confident about defending his title, saying: “To hone my skills prior to the Grand Final, I sought to improve technical details with coaching sessions at the Mission Hills PGA Golf Academy.” He also committed to many practice sessions to familiarise himself with the grounds, and strived to maintain results that were close to par. Since its inception in 2004, the Mission Hills Golfathon has attracted more than 120,000 golfers from around the world, with players competing to play 10 world-class golf courses at Mission Hills featuring designers from five continents over the summer. “Due to the ongoing pandemic and related travel restrictions, we have seen a slight dip in overall participants. Nonetheless, we continue to see brisk interest from overseas members and golfers who wanted to join the Golfathon this year,” said Mr. Han Zhishan, General Manager of Mission Hills Golf Club. Mr. Tenniel Chu, Vice-Chairman of Mission Hills Group added, “The Mission Hills Golfathon is a unique concept that we developed to connect China and the world through sports. It is not only a celebration of golf, but also a symbol of unity and friendship. We look forward to growing the event further after the pandemic eases, as we remain steadfast in our commitment to bring China to the world, and the world to China.” ABOUT MISSION HILLS GROUP The Mission Hills Group – owner and operator of world-class resorts in the heart of the Pearl River Delta and on the tropical island of Hainan – is a pioneer in China’s hospitality, sports and leisure industry. The fully-integrated Mission Hills resorts span more than 40 square kilometres, including 22 championship golf courses – making it the world’s largest golf facility – plus five-star hotels, award-winning spas and volcanic mineral springs, international convention centers, state-of-the-art golf academies, a 20-pitch football training base, Asia’s largest basketball school and Asia’s biggest tennis facility. Other significant projects at Mission Hills include shopping and entertainment at Mission Hills Centreville, Bromsgrove School Mission Hills in collaboration with the 550-year-old British boarding school, co-operations with world-renowned hotel brands Hard Rock, Renaissance and Ritz-Carlton, Mission Hills Movie Town, China’s first Wet’n’Wild water park and ground-breaking partnerships with FC Barcelona, NBA and PGA of America. For more information visit www.missionhillschina.com or follow Mission Hills China on social media.
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