World's Largest Golf Club - Mission Hills Golf Club China World Record

Mission Hills Golf Club has announced its recent recognition as the "World's Largest Golf Club" by the Guinness World Records for the fifth straight year.

In May 2004 it officially surpassed eight-course Pinehurst for title of "World's Largest" when its 10th layout opened. In Summer 2007, an additional two courses – the Pete Dye and Zhang Lian Wei – were completed to bring the club's grand total to 12. Located 30 minutes from Hong Kong, Mission Hills also features courses designed by golf luminaries like Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman and Nick Faldo, among others.

"It took Pinehurst nearly 100 years to construct eight courses," says Tenniel Chu, Executive Director, Mission Hills Golf Club. "Our ability to build 12 in less than 15 years is a stunning achievement and indicative of our sincere belief in China as the breeding ground for golf's next generation of champions."

Mission Hills is not only about golf, however, as it's rapidly developed into Asia's premier sports and lifestyle destination resort. The club's other outstanding amenities include three world-class spas featuring an array of treatment options; a 317-room, five-star hotel; a wide variety of restaurants offering succulent cuisine from around the globe; golf academies from renowned instructors David Leadbetter and Cindy Reid; 51 tennis courts and a professional tennis academy at Asia's largest tennis center, pro shops with a comprehensive selection of golf gear and apparel at the world's largest clubhouse, and more.

"We invite you to visit Mission Hills in 2009 to indulge in the unmatched experience and service we offer," says Chu. "There isn't a club in the world that combines our exotic locale, variety of golf, luxurious accommodations, rejuvenating spas and delectable menu options."


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