Platinum Status

Image courtesy of The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club 

Commended for its premium golf courses, excellence in entertainment and leisure facilities, as well as its exceptional service standards, The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club has recently been recognised as one of the ‘Top 50 Platinum Clubs of Asia-Pacific’, a list which is part of the Platinum Clubs of the World 2020-21 listing organised by the Club Leaders Forum and endorsed by over 100 heavyweight industry experts globally. Sharing the same listing with the Royal Melbourne Golf Club, a top-ten golf course in the world, the attainment of the award represents the fact that the Club is truly one of the best private clubs in Asia-Pacific and internationally.

The Club offers a charming, yet relaxing environment with breathtaking coastal views, complemented by its spectacular 18-hole course. 

“We are honoured to be named as one of the ‘Top 50 Platinum Clubs of Asia-Pacific’. This is a tremendous endorsement of our venue and services. We will continue to enhance our service and facilities, and leverage on our resources to give back to the community and support local golf development,” commented Huen Wong, Chairman of The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club on the accolade.

Platinum Clubs of the World is regarded as one of the most influential groups in the global golf industry. The awards are strictly selected by an authoritative judging panel who share a lifetime of experience playing and visiting the finest golf, country and city clubs around the globe. The panel includes David Burton, the past President of Golf Management Australia; Perry Dye, an internationally renowned golf course designer, and Marc Potter, CEO of the World of Leading Golf.

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