Kau Sai Chau

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Golf Professional
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Course Information

Sai Kung, Sai Kung, Hong Kong - New Territories, Hong Kong
(852) 2791 3388

KAU SAI CHAU, the only public golf course in Hong Kong, was created with funds donated by The Hong Kong Jockey Club to meet the growing demand for golf in the region.

Located along the rugged coastline of Kau Sai Chau within the scenic port shelter area, the three 18-hole golf courses; the North and South Courses designed by the legendary Gary Player, and Nelson and Haworth designed East Course offer challenging golf in a spectacular setting with sweeping views of Sai Kung and the South China Sea.

Set in the Sai Kung Peninsula, Kau Sai Chau has become an environmental sanctuary. Golfers share its 250 hectares with eagles, egrets, and pond herons, as well as the occasional barking deer. The Golf Course has been recognized for its efforts in environmental stewardship through certification as a ‘Certified Audubon Co-operative Sanctuary for Wildlife’.

In addition to the three golf courses Kau Sai Chau offers superb golf instruction and facilities including a 60-bay floodlit driving range and shortgame practice area, a golf shop, and picturesque catering facilities making it an ideal place for organizing corporate or society events.

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3.6 / 5

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Only Public Course in Hong Kong- not bad!

A bit of a hassle to get to from Central Hong Kong, but worth the trip if you don't belong to one of the private clubs. Very crowded on weekends though, but speed of play during weekdays is reasonable.
Date Thursday, 15, January 2009