After a great week in Suzhou, the tour loaded up again and drove 4 hours down the road to the mountainous region of Huangshan in the Anhui province of China. We played the tournament at the very exclusive Hidden Tiger Golf Club which sits in the foothills of Huangshan Mountain on Taiping Lake. The courseContinue reading “2019 Huangshan Championship”
After a couple of weeks off In Atlanta I was ready to get back into tournament mode and the first stop was Suzhou, China for the Suzhou Open back on the PGA Tour China Series.
Nantong was a bus ride and a short flight from the previous week in Qinhuangdao and was played at the Yangtze River Golf Club which sits on a island in the Yangtze River delta just north of Shanghai. The course was back to a more traditional resort style and presented in excellent condition.
Following on from the Beijing Championship, the tour’s next stop was a city I had never heard of before called Qinhuangdao. Qinhuangdao is located on the east coast of China about 4 hours drive from Beijing and the tournament course was called Poly Golf Qinhuangdao.
After a great week off back in Australia, I felt determined to get things going in Beijing. The tournament was played at the magnificent Topwin Golf Club just north of Beijing and a former host of the Volvo China Open. The course was presented in excellent condition and coming into the week I felt aContinue reading “2019 Beijing Championship”
Returning to The Country Club for a 2nd time in the month, I was determined to seek a little revenge from this extraordinarily challenging course. The TCC invitational is a special event on the local Philippine Golf Tour that invites the top 30 players from last year’s order of merit to a no cut 4Continue reading “2019 The Country Club Invitational”
Following a disappointing week in Chongqing, I knew I had some work to do before my next event, the Solaire Philippine Open at the extremely challenging ‘The Country Club’ in Santa Rosa.
After a couple of weeks off in Atlanta following the New Zealand PGA and some good practice in I was feeling pretty good for the first event on the PGA Tour China Series Schedule. This was to be played at the Poly Golf Club in the New North Zone of Chongqing, China.
After a spending a week in Queenstown admiring the sites, I was ready to get back to work at the SEC NZ PGA Championship at the Pegasus Golf Resort.
After spending a good week at home after the Vic Open and nursing a couple of niggling injuries, I was back on the plane and up to Guangzhou, China for the Qualifying tournament for the PGA Tour China Series that is a 3rd level pathway to the PGA Tour. PGA Tour China is a similarContinue reading “2019 PGA Tour China Series Q School”