Just in time for winter, Mission Hills Haikou, China’s premier golf and leisure destination, has launched a tempting vacation package for their world-class resort on the tropical island of Hainan. Combining luxury accommodation, unlimited rounds of golf at championship golf courses and world-class wellness facilities, the package is the perfect excuse to trade the chilly Australian winter for a tropical paradise.

Named Development of the Year by US Golf Inc. magazine, golf enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice with the seven-day, six-night Mission Hills Haikou Golf Vacation, featuring unlimited 18-hole rounds of golf on the resort’s 10 spectacular golf courses set amidst rugged black lava rock. Its crown jewel, the championship Blackstone course is also dubbed as Asia’s “Best New Course” by GOLF Magazine (U.S.) and has quickly earned the reputation of “Asia Pacific Best Championship Course” from the Asian Golf Monthly magazine. Similarly, the Lava Fields course was ranked world top 100 courses by Golf World magazine in the United Kingdom.

After a long day on the links, golfers will be able to relax with complimentary access to the resort’s mineral springs, lava lagoon, indoor swimming pools and gym, which collectively makes Mission Hills Haikou the world’s largest spa resort accredited by Guinness World Record.

Mission Hills is also offering a golf vacation package which allows visitors to take advantage of the golfing facilities at the combined Shenzhen and Dongguan resorts in the Pearl River region of Southern China. Guests can play to their hearts’ content with unlimited 18-hole rounds at both Shenzhen and Dongguan, including the iconic Ozalabal course which saw Adam Scott, Phil Mickleson, Martin Kaymer, Ernie Els, Bubba Watson, Keegan Bradley, Graeme McDowell, Louis Oosthuizen, Lee Westwood, Luke Donald, Ian Poulter, and 2012 FedEx Cup Winner Brandt Snedeker contesting the top of the leaderboard at last year’s WGC-HSBC Champions. With Australia’s new major winner describing the signature course as one that “suits his game”; Mission Hills warmly invites guests to try it out for themselves.

For more information, please visit www.missionhillschina.com  

SOURCE: travpr.com


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