It’s more than golf!
The Hong Kong Open is so much more than just a golf tournament. With a host of community activities taking place around Hong Kong Golf Club and four days of action-packed entertainment off course, there really is something for everyone.
Once again it all happens in the Spectator Village where visitors can enjoy everything from interactive golf activities throughout the day to live music on Saturday evening and a whole lot in between!
Check out this page for all the latest news on what’s happening away from the golf course.
There’s no need to worry about keeping the little ones entertained. With a magician, face-painter, and three bouncy castles – just some of many activities on offer for children in the Spectator Village.
For anyone looking for some coaching tips, or if you think you have the next Henrik Stenson, Patrick Reed, or Francesco Molinari in the family, head to the golf zone, where you can pick up some tips from the pro’s.
Eat, Drink and Be Merry
The lovely people at Yardley Brothers will be keeping the grown-ups suitable refreshed throughout the day, providing some thirst-quenching complements to the off-course entertainment.
And to round it all off, JW Marriot will, as usual, be serving up a range of hot and cold meals and snacks from the food court in the Spectator Village.
Back by popular demand are the dim sum and noodle stalls which were a huge hit with visitors last year, as well as a variety of international cuisine, serving classic hot dogs, burgers and much more!
Rocking into the weekend, when the last putt drops on Saturday 30th premier English rock and pop band Jack Rabbit Slim will be playing in the Spectator Village.
They promise to drive you back to the 80’s mixing iconic songs still loved today then time warp you back to the present day with the latest music smashes.
The band dare you not to sing, dance, and stomp, along….
Miss the traffic and instead head to the tournament village when play ends to soak up the autumn sun and enjoy the music