While overnight leaders Matt Wallace and Adrian Otaegui led the final day charge for the Volvo China Open trophy and a share of the RMB 20 million in prize-money, hundreds of golf fans took the chance to check out the Golfing Village that has proved to be so popular at Beijing Huairou Topwin Golf and Country Club.

From golfing clothing and tournament memorabilia to interactive attractions and the latest Volvo models, fans of all ages took the time to check out what was on offer.

For those keen on becoming the next Wu Ashun or Haotong Li, the RunGolf simulator was a popular draw, while for others who may never have picked up a golf club in their lives, the golf nets and lessons on offer at the Beijing Topwin Golf Academy Experience Zone provided the perfect introduction to the game of golf.

A selection of sleek models featuring Volvo's state-of-the-art automotive engineering also proved to be a great attraction in front of the clubhouse as spectators got up close and personal with some of the finest vehicles available in the Chinese market.

But there was also something for those who preferred a leisurely day out with food and beverage outlets and a picnic area where fans could relax with friends and family and follow the action and scores on the big screen. 


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