A resort in Western Australia has scored a hole-in-one by tapping into a lucrative Asian golfing market.
The agreement means that members of the Vines Resort Golf Club can play free of charge at seven Mission Hills courses designed by some of golf’s legends.
A first for Australia
In a coup for Western Australia and the Swan Valley, Chinese members are also able to visit the Novotel Vines Resort and play its two magnificent 18 hole golf courses.
In this way, the resort hopes to play a leading role in bringing additional Asian golfers to the picturesque Swan Valley, which is only about 35 minutes drive from Perth and is also well known internationally for its outstanding vineyards and wine production.
Vines blazes the way
The Vines is the only Australian golf club to have an exclusive reciprocal agreement with Mission Hills, which is recognised in the Guinness Book of Records as the biggest golf course in the world, covering 20 square kilometres.