WGC-HSBC Champions

WGC-HSBC Champions

Having committed to five more years of WGC-HSBC Champions, there was a celebratory feel about our flagship tournament in 2015. And there are many reasons to be cheerful. As golf prepares to return to the Olympics at Rio 2016, we were all inspired by the headline-grabbing performance of 20-year-old Hao Tong Li who won the hearts of the golfing world with a stirring display to finish tied 7th, the highest finish ever by a China-born player in a PGA TOUR event. We're very proud that he's a graduate of the HSBC China Junior Golf Program and the future looks bright for Chinese golf - certainly double Major winner Jordan Spieth and former HSBC Champion Martin Kaymer think so; they were amongst the global golfing stars queuing up to praise Li and the emergence of new Chinese talent.

But our winner was quite a story too. In 2014 Bubba Watson grabbed victory from the jaws of defeat and twelve months on unheralded Scotsman Russell Knox emerged from nowhere to score -20 and win by two shots. In the process he became the first player to win a WGC event on his debut. Not bad considering he wasn't in the field a fortnight before the tournament and only qualified when JB Holmes withdrew.

When we first brought HSBC Champions to China in 2005 our ambition was to create a world-class international golf tournament in an emerging market – the scenes that greeted Li's performance and Knox's victory clearly demonstrated that golf in China is here to stay. Over the last ten years, our flagship tournament has been a driving force behind the development of golf in Asia and with golf making a return to the Olympics at Rio 2016, we feel this is Asia's major moment.

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All four 2016 major champions to play 2016 WGC-HSBC Champions

Danny Willett

Created on: 30th September 2016

The 2016 Masters Champion Danny Willett and the 2016 US PGA Championship winner, Jimmy Walker complete the set of first-time Major winners at this year’s World Golf Championships -HSBC Champions at Sheshan International Golf Club, Shanghai, 27th – 30th October. They join 2016 US Open Champion Dustin Johnson and 2016 Open Champion Henrik Stenson who are already confirmed in the 2016 field.

Along with the four current Major champions, Olympic bronze medallist Matt Kuchar, World No 6 and 13-time PGA Tour winner Adam Scott, World No 8 Patrick Reed, World No 12 Sergio Garcia, World No 13 Paul Casey and World No 14 South Africa’s Branden Grace have all confirmed their intent to compete for ‘Asia’s Major’ this October.

They join the reigning Champion, Scotland’s Russell Knox, four-time Major winner Rory McIlroy, 2016 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship winner Rickie Fowler, two time US Masters Champion and winner of the 2014 WGC-HSBC Champions Bubba Watson, in what will be the strongest field gathered in Asia this year, including eight of the world’s top ten.

England’s Danny Willett, now ranked ten in the world, said, “I am really looking forward to being announced on the tee at the HSBC Champions as the Masters Champion. I finished tied third last year and it was hard to have the belief that I could get over the line against such a world class field. Now, with a major title under my belt and all the confidence that brings, I feel like I have a real shot at winning my first World Golf Championships title. Victory in Shanghai would be the perfect way to end the season so I am really excited to return to Sheshan to see if I can improve on last year’s result.”

American Jimmy Walker, who claimed his first Major victory at the US PGA Championship in July to add to his five PGA Tour wins added, “I have really enjoyed my previous visits to Sheshan. I think it is a fantastic Championship course. Winning my first Major this year was very special and I can’t imagine how great it would feel to also bring home my first World Golf Championship trophy!”

Giles Morgan, HSBC’s Global Head of Sponsorship and Events said: “The Shanghai stage is set for Asia’s Major after an epic year of golf. We are privileged HSBC Champions boasts one of the strongest fields in the world, with eight of the world’s top ten and all four Major winners competing for the final WGC of the year. Given the incredible battles these players have fought over the last year, it promises to be the ultimate showdown. The emergence of China’s own golfing superheroes, such as Li Haotong and Wu Ashun, alongside these giants of golf will no doubt continue to inspire the growth of the game in China, which is fast becoming a new horizon for the sport.”

This year’s tournament will feature a new premium spectator experience called The Pinnacle Club. Fans looking for an extra special world-class golf experience will be able to enjoy the golf from new high-spec bespoke social and party platforms on the golf course, offering excellent views of the action as well as top class hospitality and a unique atmosphere. There is also an enhanced family ticket package available with juniors under 18 offered complimentary entry.

Star-studded line up taking shape for 2016 WGC-HSBC Champions

Created on: 20th September 2016

HSBC today confirmed the first wave of star players for the 2016 World Golf Championships – HSBC Champions at the exclusive Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, 27th – 30th October.

Reigning Champion, Scotland’s Russell Knox will defend his title against an all-star cast, including World No.2 and 2016 US Open Champion Dustin Johnson, World No.3 and four-time Major winner Rory McIlroy, 2016 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship winner Rickie Fowler, two time US Masters Champion and winner of the 2014 WGC-HSBC Champions Bubba Watson, as well as 2016 Open Champion and Olympic Silver medallist Henrik Stenson.

Johnson, who made his Major breakthrough at this year’s US Open, has also won two World Golf Championships including the 2013 WGC-HSBC Champions and this year’s World Golf Championships – Bridgestone Invitational. Johnson said, “I am really looking forward to returning to Sheshan this year. It is always a buzz to return to a venue where you have won a title – especially such a prestigious World Golf Championship – and I really enjoy the course at Sheshan as it plays to my strengths. It has been a very special season to finally win my first Major, and it would be awesome to finish the year on a high note in Shanghai.”

McIlroy, who announced his return to form earlier this month making a spectacular charge on the final day to win the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second of the US PGA FedEx Play off events. The popular Northern Irishman commented, “There have been many positives but a few frustrations this season, so I was delighted to get another win under my belt in the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston. I am really happy with where my game is now and obviously I will be looking forward to China to keep the momentum going for the rest of the year. A win at the final WGC event of the season, in front of the amazing, enthusiastic fans in China, is something I’m really hoping to secure.”

Open Champion, Olympic Silver Medallist and World No.5 Sweden’s Henrik Stenson said, “I have played in almost all of the HSBC Champions events since 2005, and I love seeing the amazing progress of golf in China each year. With the inclusion of golf in the Olympics and with Shanshan Feng bringing home a medal, I am sure it has only heightened interest in golf so I look forward to another fantastic event.”

Giles Morgan, HSBC’s Global Head of Sponsorship and Events said: “The World Golf Championships -HSBC Champions will be the only elite golf tournament in Shanghai this year, so we are delighted to announce such a stellar array of champions have committed to play. After an incredible golfing year which has seen four maiden Major winners and golf’s return to the Olympics after more than a century, ‘Asia’s Major’ promises to provide a stunning showcase for the world’s best golfers. It has been a momentous year for Chinese golf with Shanshan Feng winning the Olympic bronze medal and Li Haotong winning the Volvo China Open and we hope our own Shanghai showdown will bring the curtain down in style.”

This year’s tournament will feature a new premium spectator experience called The Pinnacle Club. Fans looking for an extra special world-class golf experience will be able to enjoy the sport from new high-spec bespoke social and party platforms on the golf course, offering excellent views of the action as well as top class hospitality and a unique atmosphere. There is also an enhanced family ticket package available for juniors under 18 offering complimentary entry.

WGC-HSBC Champions introduces the Pinnacle Club for 2016

Created on: 30th August 2016

The 2016 World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions will feature a new premium spectator experience called The Pinnacle Club when it takes place at the exclusive Sheshan International Golf Club, Shanghai, 27th – 30th October.

The Pinnacle Club will be a welcome addition for fans looking for an extra special world-class golf experience. The Pinnacle Club will allow spectators to enjoy the golf from new high-spec bespoke social and party platforms on the golf course, offering excellent views of the action as well as top class hospitality and a unique atmosphere.

Defending champion Russell Knox will lead a star-studded field of the world's best players at the 12th edition of the only World Golf Championships to be held out with the USA in 2016. Known as Asia's Major, this year's line-up once again promises to be the strongest gathering of golf's leading stars in Asia, and record crowds are anticipated at the only major golf event to be held in Shanghai this year.

The Pinnacle Club guests will benefit from unlimited access to two luxury canopy structures placed on key viewing sites on the course designed to deliver the best vantage points. Along with an open bar, a premium food and beverage service, and luxury covered seating areas, guests will be also be treated to a tournament souvenir, interactive photography opportunities and travel solutions in the form of complimentary taxis and shuttle bus services.

Grant Slack, Head of Golf Events, IMG commented, "We are very pleased to offer this exclusive innovative experience to WGC-HSBC Champions fans. We have invested in new high-class structures to facilitate The Pinnacle Club, as we anticipate it will be a popular choice for those looking to entertain their guests in a high-class luxurious setting while enjoying all of the world class golf on offer."

The Pinnacle Club group and individual passes, as well as standard ticket and family package sales, will launch on the 1st of September 2016, with plenty to offer to enjoy the action-packed spectator village for any age group. Once again, the tournament is delighted to offer free entry to juniors under 18 years old, if accompanied by an adult.

Sheshan International Golf Club confirmed as venue for World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions

Created on: 27th April 2016

It was confirmed today that Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai will host the WGC-HSBC Champions in 2016.

The Sheshan International Club Golf Club has hosted the tournament ten times since the inaugural event in 2005 and has consistently received wholehearted praise from the players and officials for the world class condition of the course and facilities as well as the challenging nature of the design.

David Howell, who won the inaugural HSBC Champions in 2005, and most recently played in the WGC-HSBC Champions in 2015, commented, "The course has grown in reputation in tandem with the tournament. It is one of the best courses we play in terms of every aspect from its world class condition to its fair but challenging set up. It is always immaculately prepared and the finishing stretch has provided so much drama over the years that I know everyone will be really pleased to hear that we will be returning to Sheshan."

Giles Morgan, Global Head of Sponsorship at HSBC commented, "When we first brought HSBC Champions to China in 2005, our ambition was to create a world-class international golf tournament in an emerging market – more than a decade on this event has been one of the main catalysts for the growth of golf in Asia. Chairman Cheung and everyone working at the Sheshan International Golf Club have played such an important role in helping us grow the stature of this tournament into one of the elite World Golf Championship series. Their commitment to providing the best possible stage for the world's best golfers to compete on, as well as their wonderfully warm welcome, has helped us to build the WGC-HSBC Champions into the world-class tournament it is today."

Defending Champion Russell Knox added, "I am delighted to hear that I will be able to defend my title at Sheshan International. Obviously I am a big fan of the course and definitely think it is an advantage to defend at a course where I have won. It is a popular venue with all the players and this news will be really well received."

Richard Cheung, Chairman of Shanghai Sheshan International Golf Club said, "We are delighted to confirm that we will remain the home of the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions. We are so proud to host this important global event and, having enjoyed ten fantastic tournaments here, look forward to many more. We are delighted with our strong partnership with HSBC, IMG and the PGA and European Tours."

Plucky Scot seizes his chance

Created on: 8th Nov 2015

Russell Knox, who had started out as a seventh alternate for the WGC-HSBC Champions, swallowed hard on the 18th tee. He was three ahead of Kevin Kisner, Danny Willett and Ross Fisher and set to win the WGC-HSBC championship by way of a first Tour title.

The 18th is fraught with danger and the Scot could not but have heard that Marc Warren, his compatriot, had amassed a watery nine at the hole in his Friday 81. As it was, he kept his cool, hitting up short of the lake in two and knocking his third safely aboard the green. Two putts later and he was picking up the first prize of $1.4 million.

"It was a massive accomplishment for me," he said with a bemused shake of the head. "You're never quite sure that you'll ever win and to finish at the top of a field like this is a dream come true." (For the record, the field had included all of Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson and Rickie Fowler.)

Kisner closed with a birdie to finish at -18 to the winner's -20, while Danny Willett and Ross Fisher tied for third on -17.

Knox's 15th hole had been crucial. His second had picked its way through the greenside bunkers before settling on the back of the green. There was a long putt ahead but, with his judgement of distance still intact amid the mounting pressure, the 30-year-old left himself with nothing more than a tap-in for the par.

He saw the 12-footer he holed for a birdie at the 16th as even more crucial. "It's three years since I putted like I did this week," he said. "Normally, my putting is horrendous."

His wife, Andrea, had made no less of a contribution to his win than his putter in that she was the one who had sorted out his visa papers when they heard at the 11th hour that he might get into the tournament.

Knox had made a bold decision on Saturday evening. Where Kisner and Branden Grace had decided to play the 18th hole in the half dark, he had elected to wait till this morning.

He had a birdie sandwiched between his two breakfasts and it had served as a huge fillip: "It was a great decision not to play 18 yesterday. I was getting tight and the day was getting dark. My caddie said 'No' and I said 'OK'.

He played the remaining hole over and over as he lay in his bed and visualised precisely the same 92 yards third that he would have. "Making that birdie was huge in terms of momentum," he said. "I was way calmer after that."

After explaining that he had had an amateur career in Scotland which had been "devoid of highlights" Knox attended the University of Jacksonville on the grounds that it promised rather more in the way of sunshine than Scotland.

He got the sun he craved and he also had a first-class coach in Mike Flemming who died a couple of years ago. "I knew straightaway that he was a perfect match for me."

Now he is going to look into the business of setting a European Tour card alongside his PGA Tour playing rights and to try for a Ryder Cup berth.

The Sheshan locals, as you would expect, were seeing their player, Hao Tong Li, as an out and out winner. The 20-year-old had opened 5,7 against the par of 4, 5 but, after turning in 68, he made back-to-back birdies at the 16th and 17th to haul himself to 15 under par and comfortably inside the top ten. For sure, his deeds would have had plenty to do with the record crowd over the week of 34,790 "Man did he have heart," said Spieth, who finished on the same 15-under mark as his Chinese playing companion. "What he did was unbelievable."

Li's result more than matched his expectations, while it was no less of a triumph for HSBC who were among the first of the sponsors to recognise the how the game in China was ripe for growth. Having started the Champions in 2005, they became involved with juniors via the China Golf Association two years later.

"Hao Tong, "said Giles Morgan, the Global head of Sponsorship and Events, "is one of our own. "He was introduced to the game as a youngster and graduated through the ranks of the HSBC China Golf Association junior programme.

"Our vision was to have a player finish in the top 20 in the first decade."

They would happily have accepted a share of seven place in the 11th year.

A Chinese cracker

Created on: 7th November 2015

China’s Haotong Li does not expect to win the WGC-HSBC Champions at Sheshan. In fact, he laughed at the very idea.

However, in a state of affairs which amply demonstrates the advance of the Chinese contingent, the 20-year-old Li goes into the final round only one shot behind America’s Kevin Kisner.

Li, who is currently ranked 212 in the world, has known stress on the web.com tour in the States. So much of it that he has more than once reached the point where he could scarcely draw breath. Yet he had something of an epiphany at the start of yesterday’s 66 when, in opening with four straight birdies, he felt the stress draining from his system. “My attitude,” he explained, “started to change.”

His hopes for tomorrow are realistic. Though the locals might say ‘Bad luck’ if he fails to notch a top three finish, he will be ecstatic if he can be among the top ten: “That would be my goal for the tournament because it would be a highlight and a milestone for my short career.”

The noisy support for Li is altogether different anyone else’s. His fans are hugely supportive and, though Li suspects they might add to the stress factor, he is comforted by the notion that everyone out there will be his friend.

“A lot of the top players will be making a lot of birdies so I am just hoping that I can do the same,” he said.

Kisner, who added a 70 to earlier rounds of 64 and 66, did well to stay put in the lead, though he could be joined in that position by Russell Knox who has one hole left to play in the morning.

All three of Branden Grace, Kisner and Knox were asked on the 18th tee if they wanted to finish their rounds in the fading light and Knox was alone among the trio in deciding to stop at once.

Should he sign off with a par, the Scot will go into the fourth round on the same 15 under mark as Li and Dustin Johnson.

To a man, that little lot will all be conscious of each other whilst being still more conscious of Jordan Spieth, the double major winner who had a third-round 63 to advance to 13-under par.

Spieth has shed the rust which was affecting his play at the start of the week and, though he started his third round with a couple of very ordinary pars, he was a different man after what was a one-hour storm break.

He made four birdies in the next seven holes before coming home in a five-under-par 31. “I’m going to go into tomorrow with a smile on my face,” he said. “Everything came together on the course today and the rust has disappeared. It was a stress-free day; the kind of day that doesn’t come along that often.

“I’d felt I was out of the tournament and now I feel involved.”

Everything points to one of the most exciting final days in the ten-year history of the championship. It would have been enough for HSBC had they simply had Jordan Spieth in the mix. But to have a Chinese player up there as well has validated all the steps they have taken to develop the game in this part of the world.

The 20-year-old Li made a point of thanking the HSBC-China Golf Association for their help: “The programme has allowed young golfers like me to grow and develop.”

Sponsor HSBC were delighted with his showing, following Li’s third round Giles Morgan, Global Head of Sponsorship and Events at HSBC said: “If anyone wants to see just how far golf in China has come over the last decade then look at the leaderboard. It’s an incredible story and shows exactly why HSBC supports golf and why our junior programs are so important to our sponsorships.

Hao Tong is one of our own. He was first introduced to the game as a youngster and graduated through the ranks of the HSBC China Junior Golf Program, a development program we started eight years ago. Our vision was to have a player from the program finish in the top twenty in the World Golf Championships within a decade. And there is every chance that will happen tomorrow or even better.

For China and golf to have a homegrown player to be amongst the leaders in ‘Asia’s major’ really is special and no matter what happens tomorrow this is already a defining moment. China is becoming a growing force in the game and Li’s inspired play is proving it once again this week.”

Branden Grace takes one-shot lead

Created on: 5th Nov 2015

Branden Grace hit a stunner of a second at the 18th and closed with the eagle which took him to nine under par and the top of the leader-board on the first day of the WGC-HSBC Champions at Sheshan.

Eight, as everyone knows, is a lucky number in China and Grace, with two 8s in his birth-date – 1988 – has certainly had his share of good fortune in these parts. He won the 2012 China Open, while he points to how the two holes-in-on he has under his belt were both made in the land of the Dragon. “I love it here,” said the South African after posting his record first-round 63 over the immaculate championship course. “I missed a couple of short putts but my ball-striking was the best it’s been in a long time.”

The sun came out as the players teed off and the day provided something for everyone. Apart from Grace’s nine-under tally, Kevin Kisner, Steven Bowditch and and Thorbjorn Olesen finished at eight under, with the 2013 champion, Dustin Johnson, among those on seven under. As for Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Rory McIlroy, these men of the moment were comfortably placed on four under.

Away from the scoring, there was a minor rules incident to interest the rules’ connoisseurs – and any number well-satisfied fans.

The rules incident concerned Adam Scott who, with preferred lies the order of the day, had picked up his ball and replaced it, only to have second thoughts. Since he suspected he might not have been on the fairway at all, he called for a referee. The latter confirmed his worst fears and said that he would need to play the shot again under a one-shot penalty.

Only when he was in the middle of playing the next hole was he advised that things had gone a bit awry. Firstly, he should not have been asked to play his shot again and, secondly, the penalty should have been two shots. His five became a six which was back to being a five after lengthy end-of-day deliberations. (He eventually signed for a three-over 75.)

“It was all decidedly complex,” said Shane Lowry, one of Scott’s playing companions.

The autograph hunters wanted autographs from everyone, though it has to be said that Spieth, Danny Willett, Watson and Ian Poulter were among those most in demand.

Poulter’s enduring popularity is easily explained. He autographed everything in sight and, far from doing the signing on the run, he made sure that anyone who wanted an autograph or a photo did not go away disappointed.

Other than Grace, no-one had a day which more to match his best expectations than Russell Knox, the Scot who plays out of Castle Stuart but is based in the States. Knox, who signed for a five-under 67, was way down the list of reserves when he had a call from the PGA Tour to say that he should sign up.

“I never thought I’d get in but people kept withdrawing and, all of a sudden, I was in the field,” he marvelled. With his wife having done all the spadework, he picked up his visa on Monday and so began what he dubbed “one my best experiences”.

As he stood on the first tee, he said to his caddie. “Anything that happens today is a bonus. We might as well let rip because this is a great time to be doing well.

His 67 left him no more than four behind Grace and alongside such as Tommy Fleetwood, Xinjun Zhang, Harris English, Paul Casey, Fisher Jnr and Thomas Pieters.

McIlroy confident of joining cast of champions

Created on: 4th Nov 2015

Race to Dubai leader Rory McIlroy is confident he will be able to tee it up in the opening round of the WGC - HSBC Champions despite being struck down with a bout of food poisoning.

The World Number Three, who is due to join America duo Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson for the first two rounds at Sheshan International Golf Club, was forced to pull out of a photo stunt in central Shanghai on Tuesday. He then tried to practise on Wednesday morning but subsequently withdrew from the pre-tournament Pro-Am due to ongoing abdominal pains.

Despite his illness, McIlroy is hopeful he will recover in time to continue his bid to clinch a third Race to Dubai crown in four years, having started the European Tour's Final Series with a tied sixth place finish in last week's Turkish Airlines Open.

Also aiming for Shanghai success is Swede Henrik Stenson, who retains hope of reclaiming the Race to Dubai title he won in 2013, in between McIlroy's two success, while India's Anirban Lahiri and South African Branden Grace will be looking to turn their impressive showings in the Majors this year into a maiden World Golf Championship title.

Key player quotes

Rory McIlroy

"I was thinking of trying to play nine holes but I think that would do me more harm than good. It would be nice to see the golf course before tomorrow, but I've played it a few times. I didn't play last year but I know the place well and JP has been out there, so it is better that I rest and get my energy up for tomorrow.

"I've played well here every time I have played here. I've not finished outside the top six, so it has been a really, really good tournament for me. I've not won it, but I've been close. Hopefully if I can get through the first couple of days and play ok, I'll be feeling a lot better at the weekend and I can make a run at it.

"I played well in Turkey and I felt like my game was in good shape. I was a little bit disappointed with how I played on Sunday I didn't really capitalise on any of the chances I gave myself and started hitting my iron shots left, which cost me. It was nice to feel in contention again and to feel that buzz and adrenaline of being in contention for a tournament. Hopefully I can get myself in that position again this week, but most importantly I need to get healthy first and if I can do that then concentrate on the golf."

Henrik Stenson

"It would be very nice to finish with a win, no question about it. I managed to pull it off in Dubai in 2014. The year before was obviously a great season for me, and I followed it up with the second best year of my career in 2014. I think if I could finish off with at least one win in these last three tournaments I'm playing, then I would probably bump 2014 down a place and make this one the second best year.

"So that has to be the goal. I'm still in with a very small chance of challenging for The Race to Dubai title. It's obviously very slim at this point, but I guess there is a chance of winning if I were to go silly in these three tournaments. Even if I'm unlikely to reach all the way to the top, I still want to try to have a good finish to this season and try to put a little bit of pressure on the guy at the top."

Branden Grace

"This is for us almost as big as a Major, so you definitely want to contend here. And you've got the best players in the world again. If you can beat them on a world stage like this, then you know you're doing something right.

"I'm sixth on The Race to Dubai at the moment, so there's still a good chance of getting it done. You just need one good win or one good finish and then you're right up there. Then it is all to play for in the last two events.

"I'm excited. I like all three courses going in now, so hopefully I can do well over the next three weeks."

Anirban Lahiri

"Last year was my first time here, and I think the golf course is a really good test. It probably suits my game as well, because you've got to hit the ball really good around here. You're not going to have a lot of wedges. You're not going to have a lot of tap-ins for birdies. And I would like to think that that's what I do well, strike the ball. So hopefully I can have a better event this year. I'm playing well. I'm feeling positive."

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