Dubai Golf offers an online tee time reservation system for members, visitors, tour operators and DMCs, which is one of the first live systems of its kind to be introduced in the Middle East. This system provides residents and tourists with the opportunity to book tee times at any of Dubai Golf’s three internationally renowned golf courses; Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club and Emirates Golf Club’s Majlis and Wadi by Faldo courses, up to 180 days in advance at www.dubaigolf.com
This user friendly system simplifies the process of booking tee times, as a reservation can be completed in just a few minutes. With just a few clicks of the mouse, golfers are able to select their preferred course and time of play, and if a required tee time is not available, then an alternative tee time on the same day and course is offered.
“The system will make booking golf a lot more accessible to golfers worldwide, and will complement the system recently introduced by Golf in Dubai for all the Dubai golf clubs,” said John Kelliher, director of business development, Dubai Golf.
Also down at the Emirates Golf Club, there is still time to make use of the golf promotion known as “Summer Steps...” which is valid until September 30.
Instructors at the Emirates Golf Academy help the guest develop their skills and understanding of the game using both the Emirates Golf Club Par 3 course and the practice facilities. Prices for two, one hour Par 3 sessions with instructor and four x 30 minutes on the range with the instructor are Dh1,400 for members and Dh1,600 for guests.
Contact Emirates Golf Club on (04) 380 2222 or email [email protected]
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