They are two of the greatest names that the Royal Ancient sport of the golf has ever know. Between them, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer have been the most dominant forces in the game for almost four decades, not just as outstanding players, but also as golf course designers. Their influence as great golfing ambassadors has spread across the four corners of the golfing world, touching the lives of players of all ages and ability.
As the first modern-day golfing establishment in the People's Republic, Chung Shan Hot Spring Golf Club is proud to be the only club in the country at which both men have stamped their indelible mark.
Chung Shan's original 18 holes, which opened in 1984, were designed by Palmer. A course which requires precise shot-making, it has successfully staged numerous top-level tournaments, most notable the Alfred Dunhill Cup Asia-Pacific qualifier in 1988 as well as several China Open amateur championship for men and women.
A second 18-hole layout-built on an 80 hectare site on the eastern side of the Palmer course - designed by Nicklaus opened in November 1993 and is widely regarded as the finest all-round test of golf in China. In addition to being the base for China's first generation of home-grown golfers, Chung Shan has continued to be at the fore-front of promoting and developing golf in the country. From Hong Kong the club is easily accessible via both Macau and Zhuhai. The trip takes less than two hours. Not only the outstanding golfing facilities, but also the club has imposing clubhouse which equip with hot spring bath in changing room, massage services, various of Western and Chinese cuisine in our restaurant as well as pro-shop.
For those wanting the challenge of the being able to take on Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, Chung Shan is the place to come.