|Address||Tongjiaxi Town , Beibei, Chongqing, China|
|007 booking hotline||+852 2180 2963 or book-on-line|
|Number of holes||18|
|Par / Length||72 /7,008 yards (Black Tee)|
|Designer||Nelson & Haworth|
|On course traffic||Buggy|
The club is owned and developed by Yunnan Red Company which is mainly in wine business. The club is rest right next to Jianing River which is around 20 minutes away from the city.
Club Facilities & Service
The elegant and huge clubhouse is designed by American HBA company. The interior is tastefully decorated and comfortable. Consisted of lobby, proshop, restaurant, coffee lounge, changing room with big lockers and equally nice graded 5 stars hotel rooms.
The service is good too.
Fairway & Green maintenance
Turf is thick and nice in general apart despite of some patches in few holes. Greens are good but slow. May2008
Caddy Service & knowledge
Average , no complaint.
Another Nelson & Harworth designed mountain course with roller coaster like change of elevation. Plus a couple of Nelson’s typical frightening holes.e.g. Hole #12 an upslope Par 4 which measures exceed 480 yards from the blue. The course features with reasonably tight landing area, long carries teeshot is required frequently, less water hazards, average number of bunkers, semi island green, small greens with not much room of error. A tough test but interesting.
Downslope tee shot, fairway runs downward eventually but up again when approaching the green.
Dogleg right to the lower green which is separate by ravern. Drive as right as you can in order to have a shorter approach
Short downslope Par 4, tempting, isn’t it?
Downslope teeshot follow by upslope approach.
Huge drop of elevation, landing area is wider than you see. Fairway runs upward to the green.
Slightly upslope Par 3, no much room of error.
Dogleg left. The fairway stretches downward and separate in to three tiers
Dogleg right. Tight fairway. Tough approach and tiny green, slightly off track could be diaster
Down hill Par 3
Down hill tee shot, upslope approach which need to carry water.
Dogleg left. fairway runs downslope to the elevated green.
Super long Par 4, not bad for a bogie indeed.
Dogleg left. Tough downslope approach as there is no room of error.
Downslope Par 3
Dogleg right. Downslope teeshot follow by slightly upslope approach.
Nice hole but tough. Need whole carry over water.
Upslope teeshot. The fairway then runs downslope to the elevated green which is guarded by two deep bunkers at the front and right.
Breath taking hole despite of the fog. This is a dogleg left which fairway runs downslope to green.
Overall, this is a challenging course with good combination. Though fairways are reasonably tight, off track shots could be diaster. Strongly reccomend to warm up before rush to the first tee or step down to the white if you are not in a good form.
The course is mature and there are some scenic holes despite of the lamp post in front nine. For the most beautiful hole, my vote go to Hole #18. Unfortunately, I was playing in a foggy and raining day which affected the scenery.
As a conclusion, I would give them an Eagle 05/2008