Chinese venues are becoming more and more tour destinations nowadays as the European tour companies adding its famous places into their list of tourism destinations.
New hot news has been announced today regarding this popularity of Chinese venues!
European Tour Companies has gone into new territory by convivial its first Chinese venue, “Genzon Golf Club” (which is Located in the Longgang district of China, near Hong Kong), to its portfolio of “Destinations”.
Genzon Golf Club has been declared by European Tour Companies as first Chinese venue’ which is the world class network of Destinations.
Although new to European Tour Companies’ portfolio, the Genzon Golf Club is actually not a new arrival to European Tour events. The Shenzhen venue played host to the 2014 Volvo China Open, won by Alexander Levy, as the event celebrated its 20th anniversary. The Shenzhen International also took place at Genzon during 2015 to 2017, making it the first Chinese venue to host two different European Tour events.
The high-tech golf club features a 36-hole Championship course, come apart into two and classified as A and B, and is designed by well-known designer Neil Haworth, subsequent environmental principles and protecting the original mountain plants and landscape.
Course A is shaped around the 700-acre Dragon Lake, whereas Course B is place next to a mountainous environment and includes deep rolling fairways.
A cosmic practice area goes together with the wonderful courses, with 33 meadow bays and an internal smart driving range. Additionally, two placing greens with top quality exteriors give players the option to work on their short game.