China’s Award-Winning Destination
Hidden Grace Golf Club (formerly Genzon Golf Club) is home to 36-holes of that rank among Asia’s Top 100 golf courses*.
Host to two top DP World Tour events, the Shenzhen International, played from 2015 to 2017, and the co-sanctioned Volvo China Open, the championship layouts wrap around the resort’s ecological, 1000-acre Dragon Lake, blending wide open spaces with undulating landscapes to create a luscious green sanctuary in the middle of Shenzhen.
The onsite Shenzhen Castle Hotel, the first platinum five-star golf hotel, looks out onto the estate’s pristine 700-acre Dragon Lake. It boasts six restaurants, a world-class spa, as well as banquet and function amenities. Located just 30-minutes from downtown Shenzhen, in the Longgang district of China near Hong Kong, the Shenzhen Castle Hotel is the ultimate accommodation for an elegant golfing experience in China.
*Golf Digest, 2021
Designed by renowned golf course architect Neil Haworth, Hidden Grace Golf Club’s two championship layouts have been carefully created, following ecological principles and preserving the original mountain vegetation and topography.
Course A, which has hosted the inaugural 2015 Shenzhen International and the 2014 Volvo Open (set to return to Hidden Grace in 2023 for three years), is sculpted around the 700-acre Dragon Lake and is perfectly placed between rolling hills and dense forests. Course B is set against a mountainous backdrop with deep undulating fairways presenting a competitive challenge for any level of golfer.
A world-class training centre accompanies the outstanding courses, with 33 grass bays, and an indoor smart driving range. In addition, two putting greens with top quality surfaces give players the chance to hone their short game.
Hidden Grace Golf Club’s Shenzhen Castle Hotel offers premium five-star service, stunning views, complete with an abundance of facilities including restaurants, tea room, spa and private business rooms catering to both work and pleasure.
Just a 30-minute drive from downtown Shenzhen and 50 minutes from the Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport guests can escape the city centres and relax and unwind at China’s hidden golfing gem.