It’s more than golf!
Guaranteed to provide an unforgettable spectacle both in and outside the ropes, the tournament will be looking to build upon last year’s success with the reintroduction of live music, an array of children’s attractions and an exciting new food and beverage offering, designed to keep young and old swinging long after the final putt has dropped.
The young, and the young at heart will have the opportunity to showcase their moves in the tournament’s inaugural Silent Disco, located in the Spectator Village.
After a successful debut in 2016, live music returns to the Spectator Village, with four-piece cover-band On-Point set to ramp up the volume immediately after play on Saturday evening.
Having found their groove, 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 in the Village.
UBS Junior Art Hub
Children attending this year’s tournament will also have free entry to the UBS Junior Art Hub, where Hong Kong’s next generation of budding artists can immerse themselves in a range of visually dynamic and interactive experiences.
For anyone looking for some coaching tips, or if you think you have the next Sergio Garcia, Li Haotong or Justin Rose in the family, then head to the golf zone, where you can pick up some tips from the professionals.
Eat, Drink and Be Merry
With two of Hong Kong’s leading independent breweries in Yardley Brothers and Lucky Dawgs providing a thirst-quenching complement, there’s no reason for the party to stop once the on-course action has drawn to a close.
Once again JW Marriot will be offering a range of hot meals and snacks from the Spectator Village. Complimenting an authentic dim-sum stall and in a nod to the tournament’s trio of Spanish stars, Sergio Garcia, Rafa Cabrera Bello, and four-time champion, Miguel Angel Jimenez, a paella station will be serving the classic Valencian rice dish.