As the name suggests, the Sueno Dunes course makes good use of the area’s sweeping dunes and offers visitors an intriguing links-style course. Both water hazards and sandy areas play a large part in the course design, and players are forced to choose their preferred lie based on their own abilities. Players must carefully consider their shots, as sand ridges, waste bunkers and island greens dominate the Sueno Dunes.
The stunning but tricky island 18th is talked about by golfers across the whole Belek region!
Whilst the course does thread its way through the region’s mature pine trees, the course is much more open than the neighbouring Sueno Pines. Although many visitors see this as an easier challenge and welcome its shorter approaches, the course is not without its own series of challenges.
The Sueno Dunes acts as the perfect foil to its sister course, the Sueno Pines. When played in conjunction with each other, these two courses are the perfect combination for any golfer who wishes to test their entire skillset. Both courses also offer good access to the wider Belek area.