Mission Hills World Celebrity Pro-Am

Two top-tier pro-am tournaments - the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in the United States and the Dunhill Links Championship in Britain - are among the world's most celebrated golf events.

In October 2010, Mission Hills' own pro-am tournament joined this very select company. This tournament brought together international celebrities and golf legends to the acclaimed Blackstone championship course. The tournament attracted 500-plus media, more than 120,000 spectators and was broadcast live to nearly 150 nations.

Please check World Celebrity Pro-Am Tournament Official Site

Mission Hills World Cup

Heralder as one of golf's most prestigious tournaments, the World Cup first came to Mission Hills in 1995. It marked Mission Hills' arrival on the international golf scene and launched a new era for the sport. In 2007, Mission Hills reached an unprecedented agreement to host 12 consecutive editions of the event many deem golf's closest approximation to the Olympic Games. To this day, it remains one of the few major golf events contested outside the United States and Europe.

The Mission Hills World Cup 2011 was held at Mission Hills·Haikou in November 2011. With the prize purse increased to US$7,500,000, 56 professional golfers from 28 countries competed on the Blackstone Course. Broadcasted live to 148 countries and 28 provincial TV stations in China, the championship once again brought worldwide attention to Mission Hills·Haikou.

Please check Mission Hills World Cup 2011 Official Site

The World Ladies Championships

The World Ladies Championships (WLC) was played on Mission Hills Hainan’s Vintage Course, 2-4 March, 2012

The World Ladies Championship, co-sanctioned by Ladies European Tour and China LPGA Tour, adopts a unique three-in-one format, featuring 54-hole individual play, professional team play and individual amateur play. In accordance with the Women’s World Golf Rankings, two players from each of 18 countries or regions are invited to participate in the team portion. Results are calculated by aggregating the total points scored by each golfer.

It was a clean sweep for the home nation when Chinese representatives won the individual, team and amateur titles at the inaugural World Ladies Championship on Hainan Island in southern China.

The then World No.12 Shanshan Feng earned a one stroke victory in the individual stroke play event for professionals being held over 54 holes on the Vintage Course at Mission Hills·Haikou, making history as the first player from mainland China to win on the Ladies European Tour.

Please check World Ladies Championships Official Site