Titanic Golf Course
The Titanic golf course is the first and only 27-hole championship course in Belek, 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.
This course is the perfect destination course for European visitors because the unique Belek climate allows tourists to play 365 days per year. The sandy ground can support well-kept greens and fairways. Still, it is also perfectly adapted to allow water to run off quickly and easily, so that the course remains playable, even if unseasonal rain does set in.
The course designers have strived to incorporate as many of the area’s natural features into the design as possible, so that the lakes, dunes, and rivers which sit on this 13-hectare site act as some of the course’s many challenges. Many of the tees sit atop dunes, to give you a perfect view across the course, and towards the snow-capped Taurus Mountain range and across the Mediterranean Sea. The course offers four different tees so that players of different ages and abilities have the opportunity to challenge themselves properly.
Once off of the course, the Titanic’s Training Area offers the perfect place to brush up on some of your skills. The driving range offers 40 training tees facing three large target greens for those who need to work on their long game, whilst there is also a putting-chipping green and a pitching area for practising bunker shots.
Packages with Titanic Golf Course
Would like to thank the Academy of Cahit Kaya and his amazing team Alihan, Ali, Mustafa, Yilmaz, Kadir who made my stay unforgettable. Real professionals with soul and great experience that can improve your golf very quickly!!!! Also they have fantastic gloves for golf. Try it.
Just returned from a golfing trip to Belek Turkey stayed at the Titanic Deluxe fantastic hotel and great golf course
we were on a golf break in the area this was a course that we had booked. 3 loops of 9. we played 2. 1 on the beach area and 1 in forest area. very enjoyable with some hard and interesting hole's and green's. the club house is very busy and has some lovely views. very relaxing. we walked it no buggies left so if playing try to pre book a buggy if you need one. which would probably be the case for all the course's around belek.
Haven’t played the course for years as it wasn’t well maintained (used to be Tat golf), but that has certainly changed The course was in mint condition, greens was vey good, not superfast. Played Forest + Mediterranean Fantastic morning golf
This is the second oldest golf club in the region. Formlery part of the Crystal Tat hotel it is now part of the Titanic group which also has a big resort adjacent to the golf courses. The facility has three 9-hole courses which can be combined as desired (provided there are available slots). What makes the course unique in the area is that several fairways go either along the adjacent river or run parallel or perpendicular to the Mediterranean, thus offering not only nice views but also at times - for some - challenging winds. The setting allows for large variations in the outline of the fairways/holes, as some of course also go through forest or over lakes.. The fairways may be a bit better "manicured" in other clubs in the area, but I personally prefer a more natural -- and probably also less fertllised - look. The club house is especially nice and also boasts a swimming pool (a feature that I have not seen in several other clubs I played in in the region) and which might be nice to refresh in, in particular if your accommodation does not have a pool (and even then..) Training facilities are adequate, with many covered driving range stalls, but I have seen better, in particular as regards the putting and chipping practice areas. I returned several times - April 2019 - as I really enjoyed playing there and also did some filming (you can find the clip on Youtube).