Shanghai Tomson Golf Club

Tomson Pudong Golf Club(汤臣上海浦东高尔夫俱乐部) is golf course in Shanghai with 18 holes and apparently had over $100 million invested. This golf course in Shanghai covers 1.4 million square meters of land including 7,200 yards of fairway, which is a lot of fairway! This golf course in Shanghai played host to the 2006 BMW Asian Open and is generally considered a stable pick when looking to play a solid golf course in Shanghai. The design of this Shanghai golf course is quite challenging, interesting and stimulating. This golf course in Shanghai has some very good facilities, and the atmosphere is quite chilled and laid back. Tomson Golf Clubs is situated in the heart of the big three development zones in Pudong (Ljiazui, jingiao, zhangjiang). With an address like 1 Longdong Avenue, how you can go wrong choosing to play this golf course in Shanghai.

As the only world-class championship golf course in the center of Shanghai City, the Tomson Golf Club is designed by Shunsuke Kato, chairman of the Japan Golf Association. The club combines the ancient, traditional and the modern characteristics of courses from Britain, United States and Japan.

The 18-hole 72-par championship golf course boasts a full length of 7,200 yards with 12,000 imported camphor trees, maples and other kinds of trees, 30,000 cubic meters of landscaped grounds and stone walls. The courses 18 holes are arranged in a 360 degree cyclical structure, providing golfers with 18unique experiences.

The clubhouse features five-star amenities, including private villas, and a 60-bay driving range, tennis courts, and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. The club has hosted a variety of China and Asian Tour golf tournaments, including the BMW Asian Open.

汤臣上海浦东高尔夫俱乐部 (18洞)