Peter Thomson,Michael Wolveridge
The Hong Kong Golf Club is a bastion of tradition, from its neo-colonial clubhouse to its trio of vintage-style courses. Situated on rolling, park-like terrain, near the boundary between Hong Kong and Shenzhen, the Fanling, as the locals call it, has been the arena for the Hong Kong Open continuously since 1959; only the Augusta National has a longer history of association with a single course.
Opened in 1970, the Eden Course measures 6,106 yards from the Championship tees. Ten of the holes feature in the ‘Composite Course’ which hosts the Hong Kong Open.