2013 Southern China Qualifying
|Route Map of Lion Lake||701.86 KB|
|Round One Draw (Jan.29)||80.53 KB|
|Round One Hole-by-hole Score||116.92 KB|
|Round One Result||98.47 KB|
|Round Two Draw (Jan.30)||72.11 KB|
|Round Two Hole-by-hole Score||100.76 KB|
|Final Result||88.16 KB|
Lion Lake Country Club
- Monday 28th January, 2013: Practice Day
- Tuesday 29th January, 2013: 1st Round
- Wednesday 30th January, 2013: 2nd Round
- Address: No.1 Lion Lake Street, Qingyuan, Guangdong Province
- Fax: 86(0)763—3556698
Lion Lake Country Club is now one of the most recognized golf facilities in Southern China. Managed by the worldwide leader in upscale golf club management, Troon Golf, the facility features a three-story, 150,000 square-foot Southern California-style clubhouse, equipped with a Golf Pro Shop, a Chinese restaurant and Western Grill restaurant, 6 private dining rooms, a Grand Ballroom and a full-service Day Spa. The facility also includes a 25,000 square-foot Driving Range featuring the Troon Golf Academy, offering the latest in state-of-the-art equipment for developing golfers of all levels.
Lion Lake Country Club continues to receive awards from all the leading golfing publications in the world and is ranked among the 2011 Top 10 Golf Clubs in China by Golf Digest.
Mr. Rick Jacobson, the American Course Architect, designed two totally contrasting championship courses with the natural landscape. The 18-hole Moon Course, measuring 7,242 yards, is the only golf course in the world built on the world natural and cultural heritage, Danxia Landform. It has been voted as “2011 Top 10 Golf Courses” by Golf Digest, as well as “2012 Top 10 Golf Courses” by Golf Magazine. The Moon Course is an unrefined quasi-inland links course that features Links-style grasses, pine and juniper plantings, and classic bunkers with native grass eyebrows. Red rock outcroppings define the course’s dramatic visual character and are utilized as a design element throughout all 18-holes. In contrast the 9-hole Moonlight Course has a highly manicured look with a lush tropical landscape and huge white bunkers with long flowing lines. While both courses at Lion Lake represent two different styles, each course utilizes the area's natural surroundings and unique water features to bring them together in harmony.
Both courses feature the same type of "Platinum TE" paspalum grasses on the tees, fairways and greens, providing playing surface consistency throughout.
Card of the Course