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Golf Day at Shek O

4/27/2007 12:30 - 7:00 PM

Enjoy a game of golf on a weekday without the hassle of travelling up to China at the exclusive Shek O Golf Club, and help needy children. Learn more.

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Shek O Golf and Country Club
No.5 Shek O Rd, Shek O
Hong Kong

Driving Directions*: From the Aberdeen tunnel follow Repulse Bay Road until Shek O. The golf course is located just outside Shek O village. *If you would like to car pool with other golfers, please email King Leung and he will try to coordinate accordingly.


Members and Non-members: $1,800 (covers basic cost of green fee and light snack)


Register by email
Please register by April 13, 2007.

Other Information

After registering by emailing your name and contact info to our golf chair, King Leung, deposit the fee into our HSBC account: The University of Chicago Club of Hong Kong 004 600 322762 001. Kindly register and deposit the money before or on April 13, 2007, as we need to confirm the flights and food arrangements with the golf club. We will contact you to confirm payment status afterwards.


King Leung

Event Details

Our primary objective is to help low-profile charities (with far less publicity and resources) achieve their causes. For this event, we are working with Kiwanis Club of Hong Kong, which has been partnering closely with Salvation Army in sponsoring education of deprived children in Mainland China since 1968. We will have several fund-raising activities such as 'nearest to the pin' and 'longest drive' competitions, lucky draw, etc. during and after the golf game. Your participation will be very valuable to not only our University of Chicago community, but also much more so for the needy children in Mainland China. We look forward to hearing about your enthusiastic response soon.


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