The Hong Kong Golf Club is a private club launched as the "Royal Hong Kong Golf Club" in 1889. Today, the club offers an array of facilities such as swimming, tennis, restaurants and stay amenities. Hosting two significant sites in the Deep Water Bay and the Fanling, the Hong Kong Golf Club offers a nine-hole par-28 and an 18-hole course respectively.
Located on Tai Au Mun Road, the Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club is a private golf club that conducts an array of tours and championships such as the PGA Tour China Clearwater Bay Open and the World Amateur Team Championship. The golf course and club is restricted only to its members. Interested people could take up any of their six membership openings.
Yet another private-owned golf club in Hong Kong, the Shek O Country Club is restricted to members only. A great way to view this golf course is via the Dragon's Back Hike, it offers breathtaking views. Established during the British-colony, this golf club hosts a 210-yard per 3 opening hole. Although comparatively a shorter course, the Shek O Country Club is a beautiful site, nonetheless.
Offering beautiful sceneries, the Kau Sai Chau Golf Course is the only golf course in Hong Kong that is open to the public. Although a tab-bit expensive, a visit to this golf course on the Kau Sai Chau island would open up to three different courses; the North, South and East course. An 18-hole course, the Kau Sai Chau Golf Course was launched by utilising the Hong Kong Jockey Club funds.