Here's a sample: Honghe Spring already has a reputation as one of China's hardest golf courses. With tees suspended precariously on steep, jungle-covered slopes and narrow fairways carved through dense forest, Honghe will test any golfer's mettle. There's probably no better place than this to stress-test both mentally and physically.
More beautiful golf courses at this link. According to CBS Sports: club memberships and green fees [in China] are among the most expensive in the world. The average initiation fee of a golf club is a staggering $53,000 - more than four times the cost of a club membership in Spain and Switzerland, the countries with Europe's most expensive entry fees. One in 10 Chinese clubs charges initiation fees exceeding $100,000, with annual dues ranging between $1,500 and $4,000.
What's more, green fees are the highest of any country studied by the Golf Benchmark Survey. Chinese golfers pay on average $161 to play an 18-hole weekend round, topping the average green fee in Dubai ($152).
Out: Long March. In: Long Drive.
Out: Five Year Plan. In: Five Iron.
Out: Cadres. In: Caddies.