TWO DAYS ONE NIGHT COLORFUL FAMILY HOLIDAY
FAMILY HOLIDAY

RMB 1,580 / set (2 adults + 1 Child)
· One-Night Stay in Shenzhen or Dongguan Mission Hills Resort
· Grande Deluxe (Mountain View )Room
·Delicious Buffet Breakfast

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SIGHTSEEING PACKAGE (THREE DAYS & TWO NIGHTS)
WELLNESS

2019.4.1-2019.10.31 Weekday RMB 1,850| Weekend RMB 2,050
·Two-night stay in a Deluxe Room at Mission Hills·Haikou
·Buffet breakfast for two
·Water park tickets for two (Include Volcanic Mineral Springs, Outdoor Swimming Pool, Lazy River Rafting)

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LATEST NEWS
  • MISSION HILLS HAIKOU TO HOST GRAND SLAM OF TABLE TENNIS IN 2019
    News Archive / 2019-03-27
    Singapore, 27th March, 2019 – Just over 115 days remain until the eagerly awaited Season 2 of the T2 Diamond Table Tennis League (T2 Diamond), and today arrives confirmation of the three host cities: Johor Bahru (Malaysia), Haikou (China) and Singapore. In its second season, the prestigious T2 Diamond, organised in collaboration with the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), features 32 of the world’s best men’s and women’s players, a total prize purse of USD 1.5 million, and a progressive competition format that aims to amplify the appeal of table tennis across regions, with the Host City Selection Process as one of its main strategies.?????? The refined and polished T2 Diamond will start at the very place where the journey first began. The opening event in July will be held in Johor Bahru (Malaysia), the city which successfully hosted the inaugural season in 2017. Then, Event 2 in September will take place at the iconic Mission Hills Haikou resort, on the international tourism island of Hainan (China), while the season-ending showpiece in November will be hosted in T2 Diamond’s headquarter city of Singapore. The unparalleled competition which awards bonus World Ranking Points to all competing players is poised to shake up the table tennis scene prior to the Olympic year. With only two more ITTF World Tour events (Qatar Open in March and China Open in May) before the qualification cut-off for the first T2 Diamond event this year, it is a sprint for players to rise to the top of the ITTF World Tour standings. Substantial focus lies on promising players taking part in T2 Diamond, which are expected to bring significant value to the host cities. “We are ecstatic with the level of interest from distinctive partners and cities, and would like to acknowledge their creative vision and collaborative passion to develop the event within their existing local ecosystem. We want this to be a revolutionary chapter in T2 history and we are pleased to have Johor Bahru, Haikou and Singapore to be a part of that. “We want to prove that it is possible to build prestigious, commercially viable professional sports events that make optimal usage of existing assets within the host cities. We look at moulding the T2 Diamond concept to fit uniquely into each of the city’s long-term goals to both increase the opportunities for sports tourism and community engagement through sports within the city, and to develop the global attraction of table tennis.” T2 CEO and Commissioner, Jeff Chue “We hope to see that the T2 model will prove to the market how best to commercialise table tennis. At the ITTF we are flexible and open to new ideas of taking the sport to a new level and success for the T2 events would demonstrate that there is a much better chance for table tennis to grow as fast as we’d like.” ITTF CEO, Steve Dainton Further details of venues in each host city will be announced in the coming months.
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  • MISSION HILLS CHINA JOINS GLOBAL DRIVE TO GROW WOMEN’S GOLF
    News Archive / 2019-03-08
    [Shenzhen, China – 8th March 2019] Witnessed by golfing legend Annika Sorenstam, Tenniel Chu (left), Vice Chairman of the Mission Hills Group signs a ‘Women in Golf Charter’ which pledges a continued commitment by the world’s largest golf facility to supporting women’s golf in China.? The signing took place during the ninth ANNIKA Invitational at Mission Hills Shenzhen in southern China, one of two Mission Hills locations spanning 40 square kilometres and 22 golf courses. Launched in 2011 as the first international all-girls event in China, the ANNIKA Invitational is one of a wide range of golf development initiatives at Mission Hills which have established the family-owned group as a pioneer in the China golf industry and a champion for women’s and girls’ golf across the Asia Pacific region since 1992. The pledge was signed by Mission Hills in support of The R&A’s Women in Golf Charter launched last May, part of the global governing body’s drive to increase the number of women and girls participating in golf and to encourage more opportunities for women to work in the sport.
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  • GOLF SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME TEES OFF AT MISSION HILLS CHINA
    News Archive / 2019-07-24
    [Dongguan, China – 24th July 2019] Two Chinese golfers have been invited by Mission Hills China to join its new scholarship programme.? With funding from The R&A, Jack Tong and Apple Zhang will receive year-round support towards their training and tournaments at the world’s largest golf facility in southern China. A member of the Guangdong men’s team, Tong was born in Beijing but lives and goes to school in Shenzhen.? The 15-year-old won the Faldo Series Shenzhen Championship at Mission Hills last month, beating his much-heralded compatriot, Kuang Yang.? Born and raised in Shenzhen, 12-year-old Zhang qualified to represent China in the U.S. Kids World Championship in America aged just eight years old. The talented duo will train at the recently-opened PGA of America Golf Academy at Mission Hills in Dongguan under the guidance of Kevin Smeltz, a member of Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teachers for the past eight years.? Tong and Zhang will also play a full schedule of tournaments on the Mission Hills Junior Golf Programme sponsored by EFG Bank, including the monthly Mission Hills Junior Series. Tenniel Chu, Mission Hills Group Vice-Chairman said:? “Since my late father founded Mission Hills 25 years ago, my family has been fully committed to growing golf in China.? We have invested millions of dollars into youth development and more than 100,000 competitive rounds have been played by junior golfers at Mission Hills.? This announcement is another exciting chapter in our long relationship with The R&A, dating back to when Mission Hills hosted the first Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in 2009.? The R&A’s commitment to growing the game in China has been unwavering throughout.” Martin Slumbers, Chief Executive of The R&A said:? “This Golf Scholarship Programme is an important step forward in supporting young people in China, in both golf and personal development.? The outcomes of initiatives like this underpin The R&A’s purpose which is to ensure golf is thriving 50 years from now.” Patrick Quernemoen, COO of PGA Youth Development “We are proud to be a part of this initiative to develop strong athletes and grow champions in China.? We couldn’t find two better student-athletes than we have and we look forward to helping them achieve their dreams.” Kevin Smeltz, Director of Golf at PGA Youth Development added: “I’m very excited about this opportunity to coach Jack and Apple and help in their development – not only in their golf but also watching them grow as people and watch them mentor the younger generation of golfers here at our Academy. To find two student-athletes that not only excel at golf but academics is a recipe for success in my experience. To have an opportunity to watch them develop will be an honor.” Underwritten by Mission Hills and with funding from The R&A, the Golf Scholarship Programme at Mission Hills will aim to support up to 100 talented Chinese golfers aged 18 and under, boys and girls, in the coming years.? The programme will also be expanded to support students in other sports, including basketball and football in conjunction with FC Barcelona and the NBA, both of whom announced strategic partnerships with Mission Hills in 2017. Photo caption 1 – The scholarship programme was announced during the Dongguan Open. (L-R) Mr. Raymond Roessel (Chief Executive Officer - Golf, Shankai Sports), Mr. Tenniel Chu (Vice-Chairman, Mission Hills Group), Max McGreevy, Cheng Jin, Greg Carlson (Executive Director, PGA TOUR China), Gavin Eckford (General Manager, Golf, Shankai Sports)
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LATEST NEWS
MISSION HILLS HAIKOU TO HOST GRAND SLAM OF TABLE TENNIS IN 2019
News Archive / 2019-03-27
Singapore, 27th March, 2019 – Just over 115 days remain until the eagerly awaited Season 2 of the T2 Diamond Table Tennis League (T2 Diamond), and today arrives confirmation of the three host cities: Johor Bahru (Malaysia), Haikou (China) and Singapore. In its second season, the prestigious T2 Diamond, organised in collaboration with the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), features 32 of the world’s best men’s and women’s players, a total prize purse of USD 1.5 million, and a progressive competition format that aims to amplify the appeal of table tennis across regions, with the Host City Selection Process as one of its main strategies.?????? The refined and polished T2 Diamond will start at the very place where the journey first began. The opening event in July will be held in Johor Bahru (Malaysia), the city which successfully hosted the inaugural season in 2017. Then, Event 2 in September will take place at the iconic Mission Hills Haikou resort, on the international tourism island of Hainan (China), while the season-ending showpiece in November will be hosted in T2 Diamond’s headquarter city of Singapore. The unparalleled competition which awards bonus World Ranking Points to all competing players is poised to shake up the table tennis scene prior to the Olympic year. With only two more ITTF World Tour events (Qatar Open in March and China Open in May) before the qualification cut-off for the first T2 Diamond event this year, it is a sprint for players to rise to the top of the ITTF World Tour standings. Substantial focus lies on promising players taking part in T2 Diamond, which are expected to bring significant value to the host cities. “We are ecstatic with the level of interest from distinctive partners and cities, and would like to acknowledge their creative vision and collaborative passion to develop the event within their existing local ecosystem. We want this to be a revolutionary chapter in T2 history and we are pleased to have Johor Bahru, Haikou and Singapore to be a part of that. “We want to prove that it is possible to build prestigious, commercially viable professional sports events that make optimal usage of existing assets within the host cities. We look at moulding the T2 Diamond concept to fit uniquely into each of the city’s long-term goals to both increase the opportunities for sports tourism and community engagement through sports within the city, and to develop the global attraction of table tennis.” T2 CEO and Commissioner, Jeff Chue “We hope to see that the T2 model will prove to the market how best to commercialise table tennis. At the ITTF we are flexible and open to new ideas of taking the sport to a new level and success for the T2 events would demonstrate that there is a much better chance for table tennis to grow as fast as we’d like.” ITTF CEO, Steve Dainton Further details of venues in each host city will be announced in the coming months.
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LATEST NEWS
MISSION HILLS CHINA JOINS GLOBAL DRIVE TO GROW WOMEN’S GOLF
News Archive / 2019-03-08
[Shenzhen, China – 8th March 2019] Witnessed by golfing legend Annika Sorenstam, Tenniel Chu (left), Vice Chairman of the Mission Hills Group signs a ‘Women in Golf Charter’ which pledges a continued commitment by the world’s largest golf facility to supporting women’s golf in China.? The signing took place during the ninth ANNIKA Invitational at Mission Hills Shenzhen in southern China, one of two Mission Hills locations spanning 40 square kilometres and 22 golf courses. Launched in 2011 as the first international all-girls event in China, the ANNIKA Invitational is one of a wide range of golf development initiatives at Mission Hills which have established the family-owned group as a pioneer in the China golf industry and a champion for women’s and girls’ golf across the Asia Pacific region since 1992. The pledge was signed by Mission Hills in support of The R&A’s Women in Golf Charter launched last May, part of the global governing body’s drive to increase the number of women and girls participating in golf and to encourage more opportunities for women to work in the sport.
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LATEST NEWS
GOLF SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME TEES OFF AT MISSION HILLS CHINA
News Archive / 2019-07-24
[Dongguan, China – 24th July 2019] Two Chinese golfers have been invited by Mission Hills China to join its new scholarship programme.? With funding from The R&A, Jack Tong and Apple Zhang will receive year-round support towards their training and tournaments at the world’s largest golf facility in southern China. A member of the Guangdong men’s team, Tong was born in Beijing but lives and goes to school in Shenzhen.? The 15-year-old won the Faldo Series Shenzhen Championship at Mission Hills last month, beating his much-heralded compatriot, Kuang Yang.? Born and raised in Shenzhen, 12-year-old Zhang qualified to represent China in the U.S. Kids World Championship in America aged just eight years old. The talented duo will train at the recently-opened PGA of America Golf Academy at Mission Hills in Dongguan under the guidance of Kevin Smeltz, a member of Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teachers for the past eight years.? Tong and Zhang will also play a full schedule of tournaments on the Mission Hills Junior Golf Programme sponsored by EFG Bank, including the monthly Mission Hills Junior Series. Tenniel Chu, Mission Hills Group Vice-Chairman said:? “Since my late father founded Mission Hills 25 years ago, my family has been fully committed to growing golf in China.? We have invested millions of dollars into youth development and more than 100,000 competitive rounds have been played by junior golfers at Mission Hills.? This announcement is another exciting chapter in our long relationship with The R&A, dating back to when Mission Hills hosted the first Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship in 2009.? The R&A’s commitment to growing the game in China has been unwavering throughout.” Martin Slumbers, Chief Executive of The R&A said:? “This Golf Scholarship Programme is an important step forward in supporting young people in China, in both golf and personal development.? The outcomes of initiatives like this underpin The R&A’s purpose which is to ensure golf is thriving 50 years from now.” Patrick Quernemoen, COO of PGA Youth Development “We are proud to be a part of this initiative to develop strong athletes and grow champions in China.? We couldn’t find two better student-athletes than we have and we look forward to helping them achieve their dreams.” Kevin Smeltz, Director of Golf at PGA Youth Development added: “I’m very excited about this opportunity to coach Jack and Apple and help in their development – not only in their golf but also watching them grow as people and watch them mentor the younger generation of golfers here at our Academy. To find two student-athletes that not only excel at golf but academics is a recipe for success in my experience. To have an opportunity to watch them develop will be an honor.” Underwritten by Mission Hills and with funding from The R&A, the Golf Scholarship Programme at Mission Hills will aim to support up to 100 talented Chinese golfers aged 18 and under, boys and girls, in the coming years.? The programme will also be expanded to support students in other sports, including basketball and football in conjunction with FC Barcelona and the NBA, both of whom announced strategic partnerships with Mission Hills in 2017. Photo caption 1 – The scholarship programme was announced during the Dongguan Open. (L-R) Mr. Raymond Roessel (Chief Executive Officer - Golf, Shankai Sports), Mr. Tenniel Chu (Vice-Chairman, Mission Hills Group), Max McGreevy, Cheng Jin, Greg Carlson (Executive Director, PGA TOUR China), Gavin Eckford (General Manager, Golf, Shankai Sports)
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