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The Montgomerie Golf Club, Dubai - ( 7308 Yards, Par 72, Holes 18 )

Covering more than two hundred acres, this spectacular golf course provides the player with undulating "links land" style fairways which challenge and intrigue all levels of player. The Montgomerie Dubai, this first example of the association between golfing great Colin Montgomerie and Desmond Muirhead, adds a distinctive variety to the golfing landscape of the region. One of the signature hole designs, the par three thirteenth, boasts the largest single green in the world. With a total area of 58,000 sq feet - the equivalent of nine greens - its island green can be played from a 360 degree teeing ground giving the advantage of a totally different golf hole each time you play.

Facilities Driving range, teaching academy and dining facilities.

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The Desert Course, Dubai ( Arabian Ranches Golf Club)- ( 7600 yards, par 72)

Arabian Ranches Golf Club was built as a true 18 hole, par 72, desert style grass course, a signature course designed by Ian Baker-Finch in association with Nicklaus Design. Miss the immaculate grass of the fairways and greens and you enter the “sandy waste”, with its indigenous shrubs and bushes. All standards of golfer will also appreciate the GPS (Global Positioning System) yardage service available on every golf cart.

The Spanish Colonial style Clubhouse boasts the Ranches Restaurant and Bar, with a terrace overlooking the panoramic scenic views over the 9th and 18th holes. Within the Clubhouse there are 11 luxurious Guest Rooms with spectacular views overlooking either the Golf Course or the lake.

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Emirates Golf Club, Dubai

Emirates Golf Club the first all-grass championship golf course in the Gulf region, it offers 2 championship golf courses

The Majlis Golf Course - The Majlis is the flagship course at Emirates Golf Club, the original home of the Dubai Desert Classic. The Emirates Golf Club - Majilis Golf Course it is a challenging par 72 with 7,185 yards. Sculptured around the original tall desert dunes, The Majlis course was the first grass course in the Middle East and takes its name from the Arabic for meeting place. Designer: Karl Litten.

Emirates Golf Club's second Championship golf course was opened in 1996 and was christened The Wadi, taken from the Arabic for valley. A landscaped wadi between the 7th and 8th holes highlights the traditional name given to the course. The Wadi Golf Course continues in the same vein as The Majlis with its undulating fairways and landscape. Re-Designed by 2006 by Nick Faldo. The Wadi tempts the average golfer with its space and large greens, which are cleverly protected by fourteen lakes and numerous bunkers. The Wadi is very popular locally and eagerly lures players to the challenge of its 7114-yards.

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Dubai Creek Golf And Yacht Club, Dubai -(6857 yards, par 71)

Running alongside the stretch of water from which it takes its name, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club is an 18-hole golf resort and is a true golfers’ paradise. It offers a real challenge to every level of golfer. The course rolls 6,857 undulating yards along well-groomed fairways lined with palms, attractive water hazards and shrubbery that lend a distinctly tropical and secluded air, despite its city centre location.

The resort incorporates a floodlit 9 hole Par 3 course and driving range, hi-tech swing analysis studio and extensive short game practice facilities, in addition to the 225 bedroom Park Hyatt Dubai, 92 four-bedroom villas, a 121 berth marina, yacht clubhouse, six restaurants and main golf clubhouse.

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Nad Al Sheba Golf Club, UAE, Dubai - (18 hole, 7503 yards, Par 71 )

The only fully floodlit 18-hole golf course in the Middle East, Nad Al Sheba Club has lush rolling fairways and gently undulating greens, but wayward golfers may need to watch out for the nine course lakes (which come in to play on 15 of the 18 holes) and plentiful bunkers. Nad Al Sheba Club shares its site with the world famous Nad Al Sheba Racecourse.

It is also a member of Dubai Golf - a government owned group of four courses (including the Emirates Majlis and Wadi courses, Nad Al Sheba and Dubai Creek). GPS is provided on the buggies, giving exact distances to the greens and hazards, in yards and metres.

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Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa, Jebel Ali Dubai, UAE (9hole, par 36, 3299 yards)

A member of The Leading Hotels of the World. A large resort hotel right next to the sea, with 8 restaurants, golf, riding, shooting and many more activities.

The 9-hole, par 36, championship standard Resort Course is situated within the idyllic grounds of the Resort. Designed by Peter Harradine and opened in 1998, the Resort Course has hosted the world’s best players as part of the official curtain raiser to the European PGA Tour event, the Dubai Desert Classic.

Each hole is uniquely landscaped with exotic trees, shrubs and original desert flora and the course also features a saltwater lake which comes into play on five holes. The wooden gazebos, views of the Arabian Gulf and peacocks which freely roam the fairways have added a special charm to this course that is a fair and exciting challenge for golfers of all abilities.

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Al Badia Golf Resort, Dubai - (7250-yard, par-72)

Designed by Robert Trent Jones II, the 7250-yard, 18-hole, par-72 layout is a stern test for the established player, but can be equally enjoyed by less advanced players - the hallmark of a well-designed resort course. With 11 lakes, a number of stunning water features and the designer’s idiosyncratic “rivers of sand” running throughout the course, Al Badia’s strength lies in the diversity of holes, with the 9th and 18th taking pride of place. The latter is a wonderful finishing hole, a doglegging par-5 utilising water, sand and the shape of the hole to reward the brave, but punish the foolis

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Dubai Country Club (Al Awir course) - UAE - Dubai - 18 holes. Sand course, par 71, 6477 yards

Play Golf at Dubai Country Club's Al Awir sand golf course, try sand golf and see if you like and find out how close to grass golf it comes. What's missing is all that lush green grass. On Al Awir the entire game is played on sand, and that means fairways, greens (called browns) and obviously the bunkers. The only green you'll see comes from a sprinkling of trees around the course, and a small astroturf mat that you carry with you for shots from the marked-out fairways. Al Awir may not be as aesthetically easy-on-the-eye as a grass course, but it has well laid out holes, good greenside bunkering, occasional water hazards and browns that have the pace and holding characteristics of normal greens, this is a course that will test your game as fairly and thoroughly as any grass course.

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Jumeirah Golf Estates, Dubai.

Jumeirah Golf Estates is set to become one of the world's most prestigious residential golfing communities. Inspired by the natural elements of Fire, Earth, Water and Wind, four championship golf courses will be interwoven with individually designed homes.

Jumeirah Golf Estates ( The Fire Course 18 holes): Designer Greg Norman - Fire has been designed to exist in harmony with the surrounding landscape and will be planted with a wide variety of dramatic flora that has been carefully selected to reflect the overall theme and to enhance the natural environment.

Jumeirah Golf Estates ( The Earth Course 18 holes): Designer Greg Norman, Earth's dramatic natural elevations – a first for any Dubai course – and a myriad of trees will demand a well thought out approach from the tee...

The Wind CourseJumeirah Golf Estates ( The Water Course 18 holes) - Contrasting with its desert surroundings, Water will feature abundant lakes and water features that are carefully positioned, The course will wind through naturally vegetated dune troughs, following ribbons of wetland...

Jumeirah Golf Estates ( The Wind Course 18 holes): Designers Sergio Garcia, Greg Norman and Pete Dye - With a varied range of teeing options Wind promises to pose a unique challenge to golfers of every skill-level. Tight fairways cushioned between rolling dunes allow little room for error with approach shots and well protected undulating greens ensure that precision is the key to unlocking the vast rewards of this course

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Victory Heights Golf Club (The Dunes course) - UAE - Around Dubai 18 holes, 7,563 yards

The Dunes at Victory Heights is the first course in the Middle East designed by Ernie Els. The Dunes takes advantage of Victory Heights’ dramatic topography, resulting in a course that will be challenging and exciting. The links-style course will be based on a traditional ‘classical era’ design, featuring broad and gently rolling fairways, steep greenside bunkers and grass swales around the greens. At 7,563 yards from the back tees and with over 80 bunkers, the 18-hole championship golf course will become one of Dubai's 'trophy' courses

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The Tower Links Golf Club, Dubai - (7267yards, Par 72 )

Tower Links Golf Club, located in Ras Al Khamiah, 45 minutes north of Dubai has become one of the top golfing venues in the UAE. Situated in a unique environment encompassing a mangrove reserve and against the backdrop of the Hajar Mountains. A challenging 18 hole, par 72 golf course. The club possesses an outstanding range of facilities enabling golfers to improve their standard of play. The back nine holes and practice facilities are fully floodlit for night play. The clubhouse exterior design is based on a ‘Watchtower’ reflecting the rich history of the emirate

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