Changzhou Kingswan Country Club

Changzhou Kingswan Country Club(江苏金沙湾高尔夫俱乐部) is a semi-private golf course located in Changzhou, China. The course consists of five Par 3’s, eight Par 4’s and five Par 5’s and plays to a maximum distance of 7710 metersover 18 holes. A single set of men’s tees can make the course a challenge for less experienced players.

Located at the foot of the Maoshan mountain, the golf course at Kingswan Country Club was designed by the legendary Taiwanese golfer Lu “Mr. Lu” Lianghuan – who gained fame for his runner up finish at the 1971 British Open at Royal Birdale. Mr. Lu utilized the natural terrain and lakes, and creatively blends in classic golf features, creating a truly unique course.

The golf course is the only golf course designed by Mr. Lu in mainland China and is intended to be his final masterpiece. Mr. Lu infused all of his experience, expertise and insight accumulated through years of competing in golf tournaments all over the world into designing the golf course at Kingswan. The course measures a staggering 7,710 yards from the tips, making it the longest golf course in Eastern China although multiple tees make it enjoyable and playable for golfers of all abilities.

Kingswan Country Club was officially opened in May 2010, and has immediately earned praise for its challenging golf course, beautifully appointed clubhouse, and highly personalized service. The Club has won various awards from leading golf media in the region, including Best New Club awards from Golf Magazine, China Golf, and Golf Punk.

Chinese Name:江苏金沙湾高尔夫俱乐部 (18洞)
Chinese Address:江苏省常州市金坛薛埠镇金沙湾路8号