Is a 36-hole golf course with five practice holes designed by the internationally renowned golf master Tom Weiskopf.
Tom Weiskopf has blended the unique peninsula’s unique geography and fascinating landscapes from the undulating coastal sand dunes to the hustle and bustle of the mountains. The course also has a unique natural bunker that blends perfectly with the surroundings and seems to have been here for centuries. Known for Loch Lomand and other world-renowned golf courses, Tom Weskov believes that the Shenzhou Golf Course is sure to be one of the undisputed best golf courses in the world. This stunning golf course is a perfect complement to world-class golf schools and the fabulous modern clubhouse.
The fabulous golf club is designed by the award-winning architectural firm P&T. The company is renowned for its experience in designing golf clubs. The clubhouse will feature a range of state-of-the-art facilities, such as a full-service specialty store, lockers and changing facilities, a fine dining restaurant with a full range of Chinese and Western specialties, and a member-only lounge with views of the golf course and South China Sea.
The clubhouse is adjacent to the lush green hillsides and is located at the 18th hole of the two stadiums, trying to blend in with the surrounding natural environment. The imposing lobby is fitted with a fully open screen door that allows the clubhouse to be naturally ventilated. There is a wide viewing platform in the clubhouse. Members and guests of the clubhouse can enjoy the beautiful natural scenery of the golf course even if they are in the clubhouse.
The interior of the clubhouse was designed by BUZ. The style is elegant, with the natural and ancient portrayal of ancient golf as the core, subtly blending a variety of artistic elements, including golf souvenirs and photos of famous golfers.
The inner and outer finishes and colours follow the natural concept, with earthy tones and bright tones derived from natural elements. The two-story atrium outside the entrance constitutes an amazing architectural focal point and provides a dramatic entrance to the club
The restaurant and bar are connected to the atrium to create a sense of activity. Auxiliary facilities such as golf cart parking areas are located underground, subtly hidden under the beautiful scenery, in order to minimize the disruption of the golf course.
*Some Images credit to Erlangga Tribuana