Genzone Golf Club
Genzon Golf Club (formerly Citic Longgang Golf Club) consists of two 18-hole golf courses (A&B courses).
The A-course is set around a very large central lake the course and makes the most of its varied landscape. Key to the design was making the most of the beautiful lake setting and preserving as many of the large existing trees as possible.
The B-course offers a different golfing experience, with more mountainous and challenging topography.
The A-course has developed a strong tournament history and hosted the 2014 Volvo China Open. More recently it has become the home of a regular European Tour event, the Shenzhen Open, which it has hosted since 2015.
A-Course Lead Shaper & Site Co-ordinator - Glenn Nadel
B-Course Lead Shaper & Site Co-odinator - Gary Read, Craig Dobbins