The Match at Mission Hills - Tiger Woods Vs Rory Mcilroy
On October 28, Golf’s world No.1 and major winners Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy will go head-to-head in a two-man 18-hole challenge for the first time at “The Match at Mission Hills” in the tropical Hainan Island, China.
We've prepared this special golf tour for you to watch this exciting match and play on the same course!
Start Location: Haikou
End Location: Haikou
Tour Duration: 4 nights (adjustable)
USD 1,280/person (based on double occupancy)
USD 1,580/person (based on double occupancy)
Dates : 27 - 31 Oct 2013
The itinerary can be customized according to your preference.
27 Oct 13 Sun - Arrival
Arrive Haikou Meilan Airport. Haikou Sheraton Hotel. Check-in and rest for the day.
28 Oct 13 Mon - The Match
After breakfast at Sheraton, transfer to Mission Hills Resort to watch the exciting Match! After the game transfer back to Sheraton.
29 Oct 13 Tue - Golf at Meishi Golf Club
After breakfast at Sheraton, transfer to the nearby (~20 min) Meishi Golf Club for 18-hole golf. After golf transfer back to hotel. The private guide and vehicle can be used till evening. Ask the guide to take you to the famous seafood restaurants!
30 Oct 13 Wed - Golf at West Coast Golf Club
After breakfast at Sheraton, transfer to the nearby (~10 min) West Coast Golf Club for 18-hole golf. After golf transfer back to hotel. Enjoy the famous seafood BBQ buffet dinner at Sheraton Hotel.
31 Oct 13 Thu - Golf at Blackstone Course
Check out in the morning and transfer to Mission Hills Resort. Today you will get to challenge yourself against Woods and Mcilroy by playing on the same course as the Match hosting course - Blackstone! After golf transfer to the Haikou airport or your onward journey.
Signature Course | Par 73 7,808 Yards | Average Green Size: 5,694 SF (529 Square Meters) | Average Fairway Width: N/A (No Rough) | # Of Bunkers: 147
The crown jewel is the Tournament Course. The dominating site characteristic is the bed of lava rock which was capped from material located 25 miles away. The naturally rolling terrain sees dramatic elevation change and great care was taken to find as many natural holes as possible to avoid cutting the rock and to preserve the magnificent Lychee trees. The lava rock base has been incorporated as an integral element of the design by weaving irregular lines of turf and rock. The lava rock walls and village ruins created years ago remain as a testament to the site's past.
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