Venue for the Omega Mission Hills World Cup in 2011, the Blackstone course on Hainan Island covers 350 acres of a rugged landscape that’s dominated by lava rock, lakes and wetlands.
Opened in 1999, the Faldo course at Mission Hills Shenzhen is billed as being China’s first stadium course and it has it’s own equivalent of the famous 17th island hole at TPC Sawgrass at the par three 16th.
With fairways characterised by large waste bunkers, the Lava Fields course at Mission Hills can be stretched to a mammoth 7,475 yards from the championship tees...
The course of the two-time Masters champion opened for play in 2003 and Ollie’s 7,300-yard layout is routed across undulating ground which features significant changes in elevation...
Opened in 2007, the Pete Dye layout at Mission Hills Shenzhen was built in tandem with the Schmidt Curley design team. Its woodland setting is characterised by sleepered bunkers and undulating green complexes.
Opened for play in 2010, the Sandbelt Trails course at Mission Hills in Haikou is a Schmidt and Curley production that drew its inspiration from the iconic golfing layouts located in the famous Sandbelt landscape around Melbourne in Australia.
Shadow Dunes, the tenth course at Mission Hills in Haikou, is a Schmidt and Curley design that’s unlike any of the others at the resort in that it was fashioned to resemble a sporty links layout in a natural dune setting.
The course at Myotha National Golf Club was fashioned by Brian Curley in 2018 on a truly grand scale. This 8,000-yard goliath is at the centre of a 1,700-acre industrial park complex to the south of Mandalay and it’s packed with dramatic elevation changes.
Opened in January 2017 and set to the north of Bangkok, the course at Royal Bang Pa-In Golf Club was fashioned on a vast 100-hectare site with no expenses spared by Schmidt-Curley Design. Huge undulating greens and risk and reward holes abound on this flat but exciting layout.
Situated in the scenic Coachella Valley, within a large Marriott resort, the spectacular 18-hole layout at Shadow Ridge Golf Club was Nick Faldo’s first American course to open for play when it debuted in 2000.