About The Hong Kong Golf Club
The Hong Kong Golf Club was founded in 1889 and is considered one of Asia’s pre-eminent golfing establishments. Home to three 18-hole courses at its site at Fanling in the northern New Territories, and a further nine holes in Deep Water Bay on Hong Kong Island, the Club lies at the very centre of the development of golf in Hong Kong. The host of numerous charitable events throughout the year, the Club is a key supporter of the Hong Kong Golf Association’s junior programme and provides golf tuition to students from schools in the local Sheung Shui and Fanling districts. Since 1959 the Club has been the venue for the Hong Kong Open, making it one of only two international venues - the other being Augusta National, home of the Masters Tournament - to have hosted a world-class championship every year for more than half a century.