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Hyundai China Ladies Open 2014



The year’s last round of China LPGA Tour - Hyundai China Ladies Open is all set to kick off at Mission Hills Shenzhen World Cup Course from December 12th to 14th. The tournament offers a strong lineup, comprising of 108 professional women golfers led by Korean Grand Slam champion Kim Hyo-joo. Furthermore, 5 brilliant junior stars from Mainland China and Taiwan will be here to showcase their talent. The rising junior stars include Liu Yu, Feng Simin, Shi Yuting, Cheng Sijia and Lin Xiyu, promising an even more exciting game to come.


This is the first time that the China Ladies Open is held at Mission Hills. The tournament is co-sanctioned by the China LPGA Tour and Korea LPGA Tour, and adopts three rounds (54 holes) individual stroke play.

Over the years, Mission Hills has attached great importance in developing ladies golf, and has already hosted three editions of World Ladies Golf Championship, with a scoring system in line with the Olympic Games, filling the gaps in professional ladies golf tournaments worldwide.


The annual ANNIKA Invitational at Mission Hills also invites the world’s No.1 female golfer Annika Sorenstam to guide junior female golfers at Mission Hills.


Mr. Tenniel Chu, Vice Chairman of Mission Hills Group, said, " We are honored to be hosting the Hyundai China Ladies Open for the first time and see this tournament as the start of a long-term relationship between two prestigious global brands, Hyundai and Mission Hills. For over 20 years, our Group has been making remarkable achievements in ladies golf tournaments. We have been an innovator putting great value on family and friendship, and have always encouraged the development of more women golfers, such as hosting the World Ladies Golf Championship and ANNIKA Invitational. We are confident to deliver the best edition of the Hyundai China Ladies Open."




Mr. Tan Daohong, General Manager of Hyundai Motor Group (China) Co., Ltd., said, "The world's 5th largest automotive enterprise, Hyundai has become a market leader in sports, and devoted to promote professional golf development between China and Korea. This year, we have increased the total prize money from US$400, 000 to US$550,000. It is our great pleasure to collaborate with Mission Hills, and deliver this tournament at the prestigious World Cup Course with its world class facilities."