Mission Hills Group — impetus for China's golf boom and owner and operator of the world's two largest golf facilities — announces golf adventurer Michael Goldstein completed his quest to play all 10 courses at Mission Hills Hainan.
Beginning precisely at 6 am, Goldstein played 10 18-hole rounds in 12 hours and 44 minutes. He frequently ran between swings and took 810 total shots, averaging a respectable 13.3-over-par per round.
Goldstein started with the Double Pin Course. Rounds on The Preserve, Shadow Dunes, Stone Quarry, Meadow Links, Lava Fields, The Vintage, Sandbelt Trails and Stepping Stone followed in sequential order. He finished his day on the Blackstone Course, host of this fall's Omega Mission Hills World Cup, November 24-27. Course specifics are available in the "About" section below.
"Today I have been fortunate enough to have the team at Mission Hills 100-percent behind my quest to play all 10 courses at Mission Hills Hainan," says Goldstein. "Having 10 distinctive courses of such high quality at one location makes Mission Hills Hainan a truly unique golf experience and nothing like I've seen in my golfing travels. The golf courses, facilities and hospitality have been second-to-none and despite being so tired, it's been a truly unforgettable experience."
In 2010, Goldstein circled the world and played a new golf course every day of the year to raise funds for The First Tee. Michael journeyed to 13 countries and experienced some of the most famous layouts in the world, including the entire Open Championship rota, Cypress Point, Pinehurst No. 2, Shinnecock Hills, National Golf Links, Ballybunion, Royal Melbourne and Cape Kidnappers.
Mission Hills Hainan is located only 15 minutes from Haikou Meilan International Airport. The site has been skillfully transformed from rocky volcanic terrain into a "must visit" retreat for world travelers. For more information: www.missionhillschina.com.



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