|Championship Golf Course:
|The 18 hole Championship Golf Course has introduced a new dimension to this fantastic destination. Located only 5 km from all hotels in Sharm El Sheikh.
The Bermuda grass course has 6 lakes which attract a variety of exotic birds.
Excellent practice facilities are available including driving range and par 3 course. The golf course is 6'021 meters, playing to a par 72. Weekly golf tournaments and golf schools are arranged for hotel guests.
The Pro Shop is stocked with all leading brands of golf merchandise, 19th hole bar & restaurant and Jolino restaurant.
The best features of the course are the large tiff-dwarf (grassed) greens. The green is the most preferred on the P.G.A. Tour. Each green is identical in cut and speed, 8.5 on the stamp meter to give you the perfect,
consistent speed that holds the line every time.
The lakes are inter-disbursed to force play to golf's truest test, the "riek or reward" factor.
The cooling waters shimmer in the refreshing breezes that prevail all season.
18 HOLE DESCRIPTION OF HOW TO PLAY
|| Hole No. (1)
Par 4, 370 meters, Hcp 2
The preferred approach favors the left side on this down hill dogleg. Often into the wind, club up for extra distance.
Hole No. (2)
Par 3, 186 meters, Hcp 14
Attacking any left side pin position will require a masterful shot. The left side approach to this green has a cross wind and right side severe down slope. The most beautiful view of the course and mountains is from the mound behind the green.
Hole No. (3) Par 4, 364 meters, Hcp 4
A hole with length and distinction". Tee shot must avoid trap to the left. Of course best shot is middle, then middle.
Hole No. (4) Par 5, 518 meters, Hcp 16
Long and into the wind. Length is rewarded here but beware of the waste bunker guarding across the approach.
Hole No. (5) Par 4, 302 meters, Hcp 10
Avoiding the strategically positioned desert area left, is key to good scoring.
The fairway's right side opens the green for a lofted club.
Hole No. (6) Par 5, 473 meters, Hcp 12
Confidence on your second shot is paramount to wether you can "cut the corner" and go to the green in two. Lake guards the entire right side off from the tee to the green.
Hole No. (7) Par 3, 139 meters, Hcp 18
A beautiful Par 3 guarded by deep pot bunker. A high soft and short iron is rewarded by this narrow, backsloping green. Green runs down away from tee.
Hole No. (8) Par 4, 335 meters, Hcp 6
A strong tee shot takes the lakes out of play. Spectacular mounding around the green defines the hole's strategy.
Hole No. (9) Par 4, 330 meters, Hcp 8
A bold tees hot over the cross-bunkers shortens the hole. Left side is deceptive as the fairway slopes to the lake. Stay right, then right.
Hole No. (10) Par 5, 526 meters, Hcp 5
High bunker mounding on the left of the tee, right edge opens fairway for second long wood. Not reachable on a windy day. Play for placement to this long uphill green.
Hole No. (11) Par 3, 171 meters, Hcp 7
Club selection is crucial as short shots missed find difficult recoveries from the front bunker.
Hole No. (12) Par 4, 405 meters, Hcp 1
405 meters with water influencing the approach shot. Egypt's finest Par 4. A par here is as good as a birdie anywhere else!
Hole No. (13) Par 5, 477 meters, Hcp 17
Slight dogleg right. Protected off the tee by water. Left side, then left side again could be your birdie opportunity.
Hole No. (14) Par 3, 184 meters, Hcp 9
Wind and water can be a significant influence on this long Par 3, left green is safe.
Hole No. (15) Par 4, 325 meters, Hcp 11
Aggressive tee shot brings good scoring opportunity. Stay left to take the water out of play.
Hole No. (16) Par 4, 304 meters, Hcp 15
Heroic drive here makes eagle possible. Beware! A long drive can take you through the fairway, to the water beyond.
Hole No. (17) Par 3, 173 meters, Hcp 13
A draw from the tee is ideal to avoid out of bounds right and the "right to left wind".
Hole No. (18) Par 5, 438 meters, Hcp 3
Water to the left strongly influences this finishing hole. Right side bunker shortens and make the water protected green a superb challenge. "Last chance for romance". Go for the green in two and be rewarded.