Hotels For Golfer - Discount Golf Accommodation Hong Kong
It's not as cheap to play golf as it used to be. Greens fees have tripled in
the past decade, driven up no doubt by the flocks of golfing enthusiasts
from Japan, where the cost of a game is through the roof. But compared with
playing golf in Japan, Hong Kong is a giveaway, especially since the opening
of the two 18-hole public golf courses at Kau Sai Chau, near Sai Kung in the
Since courses can be crowded, it's recommended you call the
clubs beforehand to check whether they're are open and what tee-off times
are available. It's best to book a tee-time in advance.
Recommended hotels for golfer
Regal Riverside Hotel Hong Kong
Regal Riverside Hotel is located in environment friendly Shatin overlooking
Shing Mun River. The hotel offers spacious guest rooms, a variety of
restaurants/bars, an outdoor swimming pool, a health club and a recreation
centre. Ideal for holiday makers who prefer to stay away from the hustle and
bustle. Shopping and entertainment complexes are within a short ride with the
free shuttle bus service.
Royal Park Hotel Hong Kong
Located in the heart of Shatin, the Royal Park Hotel is a 16-storey twin tower
with commanding views. A variety of well-appointed, spacious rooms and superb
dining facilities will please every type of traveller. Conveniently located in
the New Territories, and adjacent to the Shatin station of Kowloon-Canton
Railway, the hotel is just 25 minutes from China by rail and 45 minutes from the
Hong Kong International Airport.
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|Other Golf courses Hong Kong:
Discovery Bay Golf Club - Lantau Island - Hong-Kong -
views of Big Mist Mountain, Silvermine Bay, Discovery Bay, Kowloon and Hong
Kong. Mountainous terrain.
Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club -
Dramatically located on the
Clearwater Bay Peninsula the Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club seems as if
it has always been there, one of Mother Nature's natural wonders. No matter
where you are on the course, you can't help but be awe-struck by the view as
you overlook the amazing eastern approach to Hong Kong Harbour.
|Golf Rules from USGA and The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, Scotland
Learning and playing by the Rules of Golf is very important. Golf is a game where you are expected to play by the rules and it is each player's responsibility to follow the rules.