Despite being one of the more recently opened courses in the Belek region, the Carya Belek course has already won over a legion of fans and hosted a series of international tournaments. If you are looking for a demanding test of your golfing skills on a spectacular course, then look no further than the Carya Golf Course.
The Sueno Dunes Golf Course builds on links traditions but also incorporates its own Turkish flair, to provide the perfect resort course. The modern Dunes course is renowned for setting new standards in the game and bringing Turkish golf into the foreground. This par 69 course offers something truly special to those who are coming to the Belek region for golf tourism.
The 27 hole Cornelia Faldo Golf Course has been delighting visitors of all handicaps since its opening in 2006. The course, which can be played in 3 different configurations of 18 known as the King, the Queen and the Prince, provides a variety of different challenges for golfers of all abilities who have come to play in the Belek area.
The Gloria New is part of the multi-course Gloria Golf complex. Whilst it is not as well-established as its older sister course, the Gloria New Course has already become a firm favourite amongst those who are travelling to the region for golf. Opened in 2005, the course has already hosted a number of international competitions, including the European Senior Tour Classic in 2007.
The Gloria Old course is one of Belek’s most well-established courses, and since its grand opening in 2005, the golf complex has continued to grow and expand. The Old Course is now joined by the 18-hole Gloria New course, and the 9-hole Verde short course, making this complex the ideal destination for a varied golfing vacation.
Whether you are running short on time, or whether you are just looking for a quick game to give you the opportunity to hone some of your golfing techniques, the Gloria Verde may well be the best choice in Belek for your needs. Those who are looking for a full game can still play the course twice, to make it up to a full 18-hole round.
The Kaya Palazzo was designed by award-winning course designer and PGA professional David Jones, who was also responsible for designing Antalya’s Pasha and Sultan courses. This course aims to strike the right balance between challenging and forgiving, so that it can be enjoyed by golfers of all ages and abilities.
The Kuşadasi Golf Course is a true paradise for all golf tourists, whether they are an advanced or an intermediate player. The setting of the course is one of the most stunning in the whole area, looking out towards the beautiful Samos Island, and out across the Aegean Sea. This unspoilt choice is an excellent option for those who want to indulge in a challenging game of golf whilst also enjoying their surroundings.
The Lykia Links golf course was the first course of its kind in the Southern Mediterranean, which means that it is a huge draw for links fans that are looking for a course in a warmer climate. As one of only 300 links courses worldwide, this course is in high demand, but booking through us will help you to get best possible tee times available.
The Montgomerie Maxx Royal is the third European Golf Design project course in the Belek area, and it more than lives up to the hype which surrounds it. Designed in conjunction with Scottish professional golfer Colin Montgomerie, the course layout has been created to give people the opportunity to try their hand at an accessible course with a professional edge.
Welcome to the National; the first International Standard golf complex to be located on the Turkish Mediterranean coast, and one of the courses that helped to kick of the area’s golf tourism boom. Despite the introduction of many newer courses to the area, the National is still one of the most popular choices for visitors who want to play a great round of golf in Turkish climes.
The Robinson Nobilis Golf Course is Dave Thomas’s first venture into South-eastern Europe, and it does not disappoint those who are familiar with his trademark style. Opening in 1998, the course was at the head of the Turkish golfing boom, and it has continued to excite players ever since. It makes an excellent warm-up course for those who are looking to progress on towards some of the region’s tougher challenges.
The Pasha Golf Course in Antalya, Belek is right here, waiting for you. This 550,000 sqm course is the ideal choice for those who are looking for a bit of variety in their golf game, or those who are looking for a medium level course on which to hone their skills before they move on to some of the area’s tougher challenges, such as the associated PGA Sultan. These two courses are great to play together, as they complement each other perfectly. Designed by David Jones, the course has been entertaining visitors from all over the world since 2002.
The PGA Sultan in Antalya, Belek is a true test of skill for the discerning golfer, and is an excellent choice when played in conjunction with its sister course, the Pasha. Both courses were designed by award-winning course designer and former professional golfer David Jones, and they complement each other wonderfully by offering up totally unique challenges designed to test your entire skill set.
The Sueno Pines Golf Course sits next to its sister course, the Sueno Dunes, in a stunning location along Belek’s coastal region. The two courses complement each other perfectly, and create an environment where all of your golfing skills will be challenged, no matter where your strengths lie. The Pines course is the longer of the two, and is not for the faint-hearted.
The Titanic is the first and only 27-hole championship course in Belek, which has been designed according to the rigorous demands of European Golfers by Hawtree of England Golf Architects. The extra holes allow you to choose between playing a full 18 holes, or trying your hand at one of 3 different combinations of 9 holes, if you have less time available. Each 9 hole section has its own unique character, so it is possible to find a combination that suits your own golf style or tests or skills.