Cultural Landscape Series – Tour to Fanling Golf Course Tour B – 20/8/2022 3pm – 5:30pm
|Cultural Landscape Series – Tour to Fanling Golf Course Tour B
|20 August 2022 (Saturday)
|3:00pm – 5:30pm
3:10pm brief presentation on FGC
3:45pm tour from Old Course Hole 1
|Fanling Golf Course, Hong Kong Golf Club
Lot No. 1 Fan Kam Road, Sheung Shui, New Territories
|2.5 CPD hours
|English supplemented by Cantonese
|HK$ 90 for HKICON Members, and HK$ 120 for non-HKICON Members;
Limited to 18 participants per tour; Free admission for current HKICON Student Member
|Please arrive 10 mins prior to the meeting time.
Covid-19 Preventative Measures
In view of the pandemic control, all guests will be required to use the “LeaveHomeSafe” App upon entering the venue and must either provide a COVID-19 vaccination record or the relevant exemption certificate for inspection upon request in accordance with the Vaccine Pass Direction. For more details of Covid-19 Preventive Measures of the venue, please refer to the web link : https://www.hkgolfclub.org/cms/2022/03/covid-19-preventative-measures-update/
The tour provided by the Hong Kong Golf Club is complimentary, however an event fee is charged by HKICON to cover administrative services.
About the Site Tour
The Old Course of Fanling Golf Course (FGC) was built in 1911 in harmony with villages, topography, precious trees and landscape and has changed little since. As a result of the protection and management effort for 110 years, it now comprises a rare, remnant ecological and heritage landscape — the Grade 3 Halfway House at the Old Course, the Grade III listed Fanling Clubhouse and the extensive lowland secondary woodland habitats, most notably the critically endangered over 200-year-old Chinese Swamp Cypress. Moreover, the Old Course is also where ancient graves are located, which can be dated back to the Ming and Qing Dynasty. In 2020, it was awarded Audubon Golf Sanctuary status as one of the world’s environmentally-friendly golf courses. In the site tour, we will walk through these most important man-made and natural heritage in the FGC.