The Worlds Biggest Golf Course

Missions Hills Golf Club

Golf is one of the oldest games that we still play today, dating as far as the 14th century, where it was first played in Scotland. Over the last few hundred years, golf has become one of the biggest games in the world, being played in just about every country on the face of the earth. It goes without saying, then, that there are hundreds of different golf courses all over the world, and each is unique in its own way.

We can find one of the smallest courses in Pebble Beach, California, but what about the biggest course on the planet? That title belongs to the Mission Hills Shenzhen course found in China. First established in 1992, this course would grow over time, with more greens, buildings, and activities to create an entire holiday retreat of its own. It’s not just a simple boast, either, as Mission Hills was named the biggest course in the world in 2004 by the Guinness World Records.

Although building golf courses is technically banned in China, that hasn’t stopped developers from building them anyway, and Mission Hills is a testament to this, encompassing everything a world quality golf course is, and much, much more. Golf is just one of the pastimes the resort offers, and along with luxury hotels with state-of-the-art amenities, holiday-goes are drawn to the venue every year. It’s the perfect place to kick back, play some golf, follow the footy odds, or even enjoy a day at the spa.

Missions Hills Courses

There are a total of 11 course at Missions Hills, all designed and named by famous golfers from around the world.

  1. World Cup Course – Jack Nicklaus
  2. Norman Course – Greg Norman
  3. Annika Course – Annika Sorenstam
  4. Els Course – Ernie Els
  5. Vijay Course – Vijay Singh
  6. Faldo Course – Nick Faldo
  7. Olazabal Course – Jose Maria Olazabal
  8. Matchplay Course – Ian Poulter/Justin Rose
  9. Ozaki Course – Jumbo Ozaki
  10. Leadbetter Course  -David Leadbetter
  11. Pete Dye Course – Pete Dye
  12. Zhang Lianwei Course – Zhang Lian-wei

Other Missions Hills Activities

While golf tends to be the main reason people visit Missions Hills, there are plenty of other activities to keep non-golfers happy. The venue is equipped with a full day spa centre with a view of the surrounding landscape, which is also offered alongside volcanic hot springs These also hold the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest spa and mineral springs.

On top of this, there are 51 tennis courts located in the main building. Close by is a professional academy, the biggest in the entirety of Asia. Of course, there are plenty of eateries, a massive golfing clubhouse, including drinking venue, and luxury rooms to stay in after a long day on the courses.

Missions Hills in Summary

Missions Hills has surpassed almost all other golfing venues in the world in terms of luxury and size, and is the dream destination for anyone who loves the game and having a long and relaxing holiday.