Welcome to BGC 2020

Sat 27 FebHuatang11:002-Golfer Scramble
Bus will leave from the road in front of the KEMPINSKI HOTEL at 08:30 on SATURDAY


End of Season Freezing Fun at Tianxing

Another great BGC season came to an end on Sunday as many hardy souls braved the chilly conditions to compete in the final event of the season at Orient Tianxing. Best on the day were divisional winners Andreas Spreter, Jim Tsai and Chen Mo, with Joakim Gorsberg taking the Low Gross prize.

Thanks to all the players who have competed this season and a special thanks to all our great sponsors who continue to offer such great support to the Club.

We’ll be back at the end of February 2021 with the traditional start of season “Polar Classic” tournament, we hope to see all of you back again and would also welcome new members – if you know anyone that might be interested in playing golf and making new friends then bring them along!

We’ll also be looking for new sponsors for the 2021 season, if you know anyone that might be interested in promoting their business by supporting the Club then please let Rainbow know.

In the meantime please everyone stay safe this winter, have a great Festive holiday and see you again in the Spring!

The Andy Friis Golf Academy are continuing to offer BGC Members big discounts on group lessons (now on Saturday mornings), just contact Rainbow for details.

For further information about the new season and help with making bookings at courses on non-BGC days then contact us:

  • on this website
  • via our WeChat account (Beijing Golfer’s Club QR code below)
  • by emailing golf@beijing-golfers-club.org
  • or by contacting Club Administrator “Rainbow” on 138 1144 1543

Introduction to BGC

Come and join the fun with Beijing Golfers Club! We welcome everyone, no matter whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced golfer – all abilities, ages, genders and nationalities can find a home at the BGC.

  • Fun events every Sunday
  • Play from March to November
  • Discounted green fees
  • Play on 8 courses around Beijing
  • Transport provided to and from the courses
  • Sponsored prizes every week
  • New members welcome gift
  • Gain an official WHS (formerly USGA) handicap
  • Social events and overnight weekend trips

Gaining a Handicap at BGC

Being a member of BGC also offers you the chance to gain an official USGA handicap that you can transfer to other clubs or use when visiting other courses.

When you first join BGC, if you have an officially-recognised handicap from another club then just give Rainbow the details and this will transfer over to BGC and let you start playing handicap golf in Beijing immediately.

But don’t worry if you don’t have a handicap or are new to the game – as per the USGA rules, once you’ve played five rounds with BGC you’ll be assigned a handicap – then the more you play the more accurate your handicap will become.

For further information just check out this article about gaining an official USGA handicap – www.liveabout.com/establishing-a-handicap-1561059

If you have any further questions just contact Rainbow or ask a member of the BGC Committee.