Kingsley Kelly
Golf Co-ordinator
Office: 3511-8665

The Golf centre gives members the opportunity to practice their skills, whatever their level. 

Two golf simulators that have access to 24 golf courses and many practice options. In particular, ball speed, club speed, launch angle, club face angle, club path and  shot tracker to determine the ball flight. These are all useful to help golfers improve their game and have been a strong foundation for our ever growing, active Golf Society. 


Golf Simulator - Opening Hour

Daily 9:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M.


Golf Information

Junior Golf Clinic

Junior Golf Clinics is available throughout the year, please refer to the Golf Notice Boards for the latest clinics; or contact Kingsley or the Sports Desk for more information.

Induction Course

Member should complete the Induction Course for the Golf Simulator before using the facility. Induction Course could be booked the Sports & Recreation Department (3511 8698 / / through the Sports Desk).

Golf Outing Requirements

Golf Outings are held every month throughout the calendar year as well as Golf Tours. It is necessary to have a handicap but if you do not and wish to obtain one, please put your name down for a golf outing and all scores will be kept to be sent in to the Golf Association for handicapping.

Golf Society

To be a part of the Golf Society, please contact Kingsley Kelly at with your name, gender and membership number to be up to date with all the events throughout the year. Enrollment is free!

Callaway Golf Demos

The HKCC Golf society has access to a range of the latest Calloway Demo Clubs. These are for use both in the Club simulator and, through the online form, out on a Golf Course.


News / Events
HKCC Junior Golfers at the Hong Kong Open

Students in the HKCC Junior Golf and Development programme visited the 2018 Honma Hong Kong Open. They enjoyed watching some of the action from the 1st Tee pavilion at The Hong Kong Golf Club which had some of the best players from around the world play in the season’s opening event on the European Tour. Despite the bleak drizzle throughout the day, juniors were excited to meet some of Hong Kong’s rising stars, including Ben Wong and Mathew Cheung who are making big moves on the golf scene, play for the National Team and competed in the Tournament. They were kind enough to take some time and give the junior golfers some wise words and inspiration. The visit at one of Hong Kong’s biggest live sporting events aimed at enabling young sportspersons to develop an appreciation of the dedication and commitment it takes to play at the highest level. A special thanks to Hong Kong Golf Club and Hong Kong Golf Association for their support and we look forward to going to this Tournament again next year.

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