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Eden Course Hole by Hole
Hong Kong Golf Club Map
* Shuttle Bus will be arranged back to Central.
Men’s: Blue Tee / Ladies’: White Tee
Scoring Method: New New Peoria
Best Gross Champion
Best Gross 1st Runner Up
Best Gross 2nd Runner Up
Best Net Champion
Best Net 1st Runner Up
Best Net 2nd Runner Up
Longest Drive (Hole # 1 & 7)
Closest-to-the-Pin (Hole # 2 & 15)
Second Shot Closest-to-the-Pin (Hole # 8 & 11)
Golf Club Expenses
During the tournament day, please carry your Identification Badge at all
times for easy access to facilities at the Golf Club, including brunch, dinner,
halfway house and driving range etc. All expenses will be borne by Citi,
except expenses at Golf Club pro shop.
Golf Carts and Caddies
Golf Carts and Caddies will be arranged. As required by HKGC, cart driver
must be over the age of 18 with a valid driver’s license and is required to
sign a declaration form at the time of registration. Caddies are not
permitted to ride on a golf cart.
Meet the Pro - Mr. Alan Gibson (Hole # 12)
Mr. Alan Gibson is a AA member of the PGA, has been joining the team of
The Hong Kong Golf Club since 2015 and now continues to push himself to
learn more about the swing and is an advocate of the importance that
biomechanics plays in how everybody can enjoy the game more. Alan will
meet you at Citi Golf Day and give you some helpful hints as to how to
lower your scores.
Beat the Pro - Mr. Ray Fung (Hole # 17)
Ray Fung is a PGA Golf Professional at the Hong Kong Golf Club, a full
member of the Hong Kong PGA and final year trainee of the Professional
Golf Association. Ray joined the Professional team at the Hong Kong Golf
Club in 2014. He has been an important member of the Professional staff
providing regular tuition to Members & Guests, whilst also been a driving
force in nurturing junior golfers at the Club.
Scoring System: New New Peoria System
Net prize: New New Peoria System – By drawing 12 hidden holes and sum
up the player’s total number of strokes of these 12 holes, then multiplied
that by 0.8 to generate the handicap of the player at tournament’s day. By
using his total number of strokes minus the handicap, the result is his net
score. Double par is the maximum gross score allowed on each hole and
maximum allowance is capped at Men: 24 and Ladies: 32. If the players
have the same points for the 12 holes, the one with lower handicap point
will be the winner. If the tying players have same handicap point, the
winner will be determined by the points over the last nine, last six, last three
and each hole from hole18 back to hole 1 until the winners comes out.
Gross Prize: Winner will be determined by total gross strokes if the tying
players have the same number of strokes. Final winner will be determined
by the strokes over the last nine, last six, last three and each hole from hole
18 back to hole 1, until the winner comes out.
Eden Course Local Rules (issued by Hong Kong Golf Club)
1. Marker Stakes
i) Blue stakes indicate young trees and protected flower beds.
ii) The ends of a ditch are marked by double stakes.
2. Water Hazards and Lateral Water Hazards
Only those conditions marked with stakes and/or lines are water hazards or
lateral water hazards.
3. Out of Bounds
On any hole - outside the boundaries of the course and where marked by
stakes or posts painted white; and the line of any fences which interconnect
i) When playing the 13th hole, the 14th fairway (marked by white stakes) is
out of bounds.
ii) The areas to the left of holes 1 & 14 are NOT out of bounds.
iii) When playing holes 1 & 14, the white stakes are immovable
4. Integral Parts of the Course
i) Flower beds and young trees are integral parts of the course unless
marked with a blue stake.
ii) All constructions (other than bridges) lying within the margins of water
hazards and lateral water hazards are integral parts of the course.
iii) Sandmesh on the hillsides is an integral part of the course. If loose, it is
a movable obstruction.
i) Stones in bunkers and rakes are MOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS. Rule
ii) Greenside fixed Sprinker heads intervening on line of play: Free Relief is
iii) When taking relief from the fence on hole 10, the player must determine
the nearest point of relief without crossing over, through or under the
iv) On hole 6, if a ball lies on or close to the cart path to the left of the
putting green within the area defined by green lines so that interference
exists; the player has the additional option of selecting a “nearest point of
relief, through the green” on the right side of the path.
6. Ground Under Repair (G.U.R.)
Indicated by a sign or white line.
i) A ball in a bunker that is wholly under repair is deemed to be lying in
G.U.R. through the green.
ii) Seams of newly laid turf are Ground Under Repair and free relief is
available if they interfere with the lie of the ball or the area of intended
swing (but not if they only interfere with the stance). All seams within the
area are treated as the same seam for the purposes of re-dropping under
Rule 20-2c. The turf itself is not GUR unless so marked with a line and/or
7. Dropping Zone
i) 3rd Hole greenside dropping zone is in play should the ball come to rest
on the cart path or drain to the right of green marked by white lines or
should that area interfere with the stance or intended swing, the player has
the additional option to Rule 24-2b of dropping in the drop zone close to the
front of the green.
ii) Drop Zones on holes 4 & 5 are not in play in Club competitions, including
Eden Course Hole by Hole