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Golf Australia Express : Issue 11
WE’VE GOT plenty to thank China for. Chinese takeaway food is an obvious one. Paper money and gunpowder, too. But we reckon one other contribution from the world’s fourth largest country tops the others. Try 216 holes of golf at Mission Hills. Opened in 2007, Pete Dye’s first design in China, the Pete Dye Course was the 11th course built at this golf haven. Located in Shenzhen, an hour from Hong Kong, the course offers a marked departure from the property’s other courses. Dye’s trademarks are all present on the 6800-yard layout, including small pot bunkers, tee-to-green waste areas, railroad ties and walkway steps framed by native grasses to provide a sharp, visual contrast. LIST THE Pete Dye Course 11th Course at Mission Hills, China