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The Best Golf Courses in Dubai

Experience the Top Dubai Golf Courses

Dubai is a popular destination for golf in the United Arab Emirates, and it plays host to tournaments on the DP World Tour, Ladies European Tour, and LPGA Tours annually. The courses are surrounded by some of the most amazing architecture and scenery in the world, and with the perfect year round weather, it’s no wonder that Dubai is such a golfer’s paradise. If you’re looking for an amazing memorable experience, be sure to check out one of these stunning courses during your next golf holiday to Dubai. 

Arabian Ranches GC

The Nicklaus design company and Ian Baker-Finch built Arabian Ranches in 2004, with a length of no less than 7,658 yards from the championship tees. It is one of the largest courses in the region, not for the faint-of-heart golfers. Players must face the elements and one enormous twisting bunker – the desert itself – on a huge course developed from the desert terrain, with no water hazards to confront. The objective of the original concept was to construct a course that would take advantage of the natural terrain to challenge golfers of all levels

The Els Club GC

The Big Easy has created an amazing and challenging course at the heart of Dubai. The Els Club is another of Ernie Els’ wonderful Signature course creations, which he and his colleagues launched in 2007. The course has a desert-style links layout with large rolling fairways and steep bunkers. It features greens made with Bermuda grass ensuring that you get the best-putting conditions all year round.

The Earth GC - JGE

Greg Norman’s Earth Course is a beautiful, well-crafted course that measures just under 7 thousand yards. It has everything you’d expect in a championship course: huge trees; rolling terrain and rushing water at various points on the layout against a backdrop of stunning greenery.  Greg Norman designed this marvel with great care so each hole provides different challenges.

JGE, Fire GC

Some may think the Fire course is easier than Earth because it has more forgiving fairways and less trees, but that doesn’t mean you can take your eye off of what’s in front. To succeed here demands good club selection as well solid ball-striking skills with excellent pitch considerations for each hit! This Greg Norman design has fewer hazards on this layout so players who enjoy a challenge will find one here too-although they might have to work harder at looking past these obstacles while playing their way towards victory.

Emirates Majlis GC

The Majlis was the first grass course in Dubai and one of its most famous. The Course takes its name from an Arabic word meaning ‘meeting place’, which harkens back to when it served as a marketplace for traders travelling across Arabia’s vast borders during Ottoman occupation. The course is known worldwide for being the most successful and is bolstered in January when the most players of the European Tour come to the region for one of the most competitive events.

The Emirates Majlis Golf Course offers world-class golf at its finest with tournaments like the Dubai Desert Classic being hosted there every year.

Dubai Creek GC

Dubai Creek Golf Club provides a unique and enjoyable golf experience for golfers with secluded fairway sets alongside sparkling waterways. The Dubai Creek golf course is a par 71 with 18 holes and it has one of the most distinctive clubhouses on earth. It was opened in 1993 when this region was at its infancy but then received an upgrade under professional Thomas Bjorn who re-designed it for the  European Tour play in 2004.

The beautiful landscape you’ll see here ranges from lush greens with plenty of variety within both looks and feel which will keep your interest engaged all day long (and night). With stunning views the backdrop includes skyscrapers.

TrumTrumo International Dubai GCp International Dubai GC-min

Donald Trump’s new golf course in Dubai is a beautiful 7,205-yard layout that will test even your most skillful players. The putting surfaces are undulating and challenging so be aware of the greens. Watch out for well-placed water features when you play here because it can really ruin a scorecard quickly!

Emirates Faldo GC

The course was initially designed by Karl Litten and opened as the Emirates Wadi golf course “the Valley”. It was re-designed from scratch with help from Sir Nick Faldo, who made many improvements to this original design including refreshing some areas that were not challenging enough or had too much slope for players’ abilities

Which is the best golf course in Dubai?

In our opinion, the best golf club in Dubai is The Els Club. Ernie Els designed this course to be one of the most challenging and unique courses in the region, and it definitely doesn’t disappoint. With its rolling fairways and large bunkers, The Els Club is a must-play for any golfer visiting Dubai. Worthy mention goes to the Fire and Earth courses at Jumeirah golf estates and Dubai Creek Yacht Club too.

How many golf courses are there in Dubai?

There are 13 golf courses available to play golf in Dubai.

Where are the DP World Tour events held in Dubai?

The DP World Tour Championship is hosted at the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates. This is the final event on the European Tour and ends the Race to Dubai. The Slync.io Dubai Desert Classic is held at the Emirates Golf Club and forms part of the Rolex Series in 2022. Paired with the tournaments held in Abu Dhabi this forms part of the Desert Swing. Taking a golf trip to Dubai to play some of these amazing courses lets you walk in the footsteps of golfing legends.

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