HK GOLFER MAGAZINE is published by the Hong Kong Golf Association and produced by Design Circles Limited. The HKGA was formed in 1968 with a mission to govern, promote and grow golf in Hong Kong.  Responsibilities include Hong Kong national teams; junior and elite player development; grassroots initiatives; a centralised handicapping service for 15,000+ subscribers; and the running of international and domestic golfing events in Hong Kong – including more than 30 amateur tournaments each year plus the Hong Kong Open, the city’s oldest professional sporting event.

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Golf Features
HKGA Happenings
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Top Tan
Making History
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The Guiding Lights
Woods' Presidential Thriller
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Biding His Time

Such is his attitude towards life that Dou Zecheng is the kind of athlete who looks at his golf ball as being in the middle of the fairway rather than in an unlucky divot after unleashing a perfectly executed drive.

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Wedge Tech
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Improving Your Balance
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Is it Time to Buy a Better Game?
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A Driving Force

Together with the Hong Kong Golf Association, the Hong Kong Golf Club continues to be the driving force behind golf development in the SAR. 2019 marked the 130th Anniversary of the esteemed Club, which from its relatively humble beginnings in Happy Valley to its famous home today in Fanling, has evolved into a sporting institution with an illustrious past and a dynamic future. HK Golfer talks to current HKGC Captain, William Doo Jnr. about the Club’s ongoing development, his passion to make the sport more appealing to the younger generation, and his favourite courses around the world.

Golf's Arabian Paradise

Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, has grown in popularity to become an impressive golfing destination. Offering its visitors three spectacular courses and a plethora of luxury hotels, the island in the Arabian Gulf is certainly worth thinking about when planning your next golfing vacation.

The Rat Pack
Ormsby Reignites Hong Kong Love Affair
Hideki Matsuyama (L) and Byeong Hun An.
Next Stop, Mexico