Dongguan Long Island Golf & Country Club
Long Island Golf & Country Club is a luxurious resort located in Lotus Hill, Changan Town, Dongguan, where it is accessible via the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Superhighway. The Club has a world-class 27-hole USGA championship golf course and is also the first golf club in China to have 18-hole golf course with floodlights facility, and also signed an affiliation agreement with “The Finest Golf Clubs of the World” of St. Andrews, Scotland and became the Top 200 Best Golf Courses of the World. The golf course is masterfully designed by the renowned golf course architect JMP, and it is located amidst of Lotus Hill, thoughtfully designed to take advantage of her breathtaking natural splendour and blends into the lush greens, swaying pine trees, tranquil ponds and slopes.
The Club has always taken “Who Says Passion for Golf Means Having to Leave Your Family Behind?” as the motto, and strives to create a world-class golf resort where their members can enjoy not only golf, but also share that joy with the whole family for vacation.
Long Island has a diverse set of facilities, including the Island Lodge Resort Hotel, the Balinese Spa, golf school, driving range, 9 hole-executive course, swimming pool and tennis courts. The Club has also a comprehensive range of recreational facilities including the Island Cafe, Grappa’s Italian Restaurant, Chinese Restaurant, Millennium Lounge, conference rooms, karaoke rooms, gymnasium room, foot reflexology centre, snooker and billiard room, mini theatre, video games room and children’s playroom.
As a prestigious golf club, Long Island has been bestowed with many honorary awards since its inception in 1995, such as the North Four and North Seven holes respectively were named among the 2001 and 2003 and 2005 “18 Signature Holes in China”, “The Top 10 Best Golf Courses in China”, “The Most Charitable Golf Club in China”, “The Best Caddie Service Golf Club”, “The Ten Gold Awards of Premier Resorts in China”, “The Ten Most Outstanding Golf Resorts in China”, etc.
Long Island has been organizing numerous grand charity golf tournaments since its establishment, such as the Yangtze River flooding in 1998, for fighting SARS in 2003 and South Asia Tsunami in 2005. The Club never fails to raise fund for the needy in the calamities as well as for those international permanent charity institutions such as World Eye Organization in 2002 and UNHCR in 2004, and Yan Oi Tong Charity Golf Tournament from 2006 to 2013, Po Leung Kuk Charity Golf Tournament in 2010 and Shui On Land China Golf Challenge in 2011. The Club strives to cultivate goodwill through golf and promote charity and care across the society, marking us out as an unmistakable “Caring Golf Club”.
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