Sueno Deluxe 2 Rounds
Sueno Dunes Golf Course
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 regions play a large part in the course design and force players to choose their preferred lie based on their 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 Sueno Dunes is much more open than the neighbouring Sueno Pines. Although many visitors see this as a more manageable challenge and welcome its shorter approaches, the course is not without its 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 ideal for any golfer who wishes to test their entire skillset. Both courses also offer good access to the broader Belek area.
Packages with Sueno Dunes Golf Course
Great place with fantastic golf courses and plenty of food to choose from and really friendly people
I was playing in Dunes for 3 days and Pines 2 days. I liked Pines more even it is longer. Both courses in excellent condition 👏 greens are great and fast 😅 staff was helpful and finishing in Birdie bar was great . Good Apperol Spritz 😉 Can recommend both courses to everybody , both amateur and professional. Thank you!
We will back for next year we are a group of 15 people coming for golf we enjoy everything food and service and room thank you for your hospitality thank you sueno
Tough but fair , greens superb and course well manicured fair ways are tight and are very undulating .
Two nice and challenging courses, greens in good condition, water deep ! Fairways a tad tight here and there, especially if you play with a fade (or slice)
We stayed at the Sueno Deluxe and played Pines twice and the Dunes. Pines was in great condition, the Dunes okay but fairways only just prepared so a touch long. Great location with a superb buffet lunch available
Enjoyed the course, lovely finishing hole. Greens were in excellent condition. Facilities at club house lacked signage
Played here 08/10/19 & 13/10/19 as solo player I was staying in the Sueno Deluxe just along the road so it’s only a stones throw from the golf course which was handy. Due to maintenance and seeding the Dunes Course was closed for the week but it wasn’t an issue to me as I knew the pines was the tougher and supposedly the better of the two courses. Both rounds I had great tee times very early in the morning which is ideal playing conditions that time of the year. The course itself is a very fair yet challenging test of golf... and no means short either! I’m a +3 golfer so I like to test my game when I can so I chose to play from the white tees both rounds. Of the courses I played throughout the week I’d comfortably say that this was the course presented in the best condition. Closely cut fairways and greens running like carpet! HOWEVER... On the 1st tee besides the starters hut there is a notice board giving you course information etc... also next to this, is advice on which tee best suits your handicap, during both rounds I noticed that there were a lot of players who would struggle to maintain a handicap of 54 let alone 36 (handicap limit for the course is 36) this therefore slowed play massively, and when you’re standing around in the sun doing nothing it can be quite aggravating. Surely it’s a good idea to ask for handicap certification before play?? Aside from this issue the facility has at least one fantastic golf course in which I’d happily return for another trip! Keep up the good work
Played golf for one week in Sueno Golf resort. Beautiful courses and very good hotel. Especially in the quiet times of the year. We had very good weather which made it a wonderful time.