This nine-hole course is widely regarded as one of the best nine-hole courses in Europe, and it is a great warm-up course for players, regardless of their age or abilities. For those who are looking for different challenges, the Gloria golf resort offers two 18-hole courses for players to try their hand at; the Gloria Old Course, which is long, narrow and complex, or the Gloria New course, which is shorter, more open and more forgiving.
As with the other Gloria courses, the Verde sees fairways wending their way through dense pine forests, around crystal-clear water features and to the foot of the Taurus Mountains. Even though it is a short course, players will still be required to think on their feet if they want to come out on top. After all, this course aims to push players so that they can improve on various skills.
Once you have finished up on the Verde course, you can enjoy all that the facilities that the Gloria golf resort has to offer. There is a well-stocked and well-staffed pro-shop, a Golf Academy, a 48 bay driving range and an 18 hole putting green, so you can continue to improve on your game, even after your round is over. Refreshment facilities and accommodation are also available, as are shuttle links to many external accommodation providers.