Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort is one of the leading all-inclusive destinations in Belek, and because of this, has the honour of hosting this week’s Turkish Airlines Open.
The prestigious Belek resort offers everything golfers have come to expect from a golf holiday in Turkey; from top-quality accommodation and unrivalled hospitality to championship golf courses and opulent facilities.
It’s a venue which is not just popular amongst us regular golfers, but also has the respect of those competing in the European Tour event this week…and I’m here to tell you why.
Carya Golf Club is the only heathland course in Belek and since opening in 2008 has firmly established itself as one of the best in the region. Heather framed bunkers, towering umbrella pines and rolling fairways are all features reminiscent of golf in the UK, however the Mediterranean climate is a welcome change from home, even in the winter months.
As Europe’s first and only 18-hole floodlit course, Carya Golf Club is completely unique in offering golfers the chance to enjoy one of Turkey’s best courses after the sun goes down.
The lights intertwine with the pines and shine down on the immaculate fairways, creating such a special atmosphere, and some brilliantly dramatic golf.
If you head to Carya Golf Club, experiencing night golf is an absolute must…oh, and it’s much easier to track your ball flight, so hopefully you won’t lose so many!
After taking over hosting duties from Montgomerie Maxx Royal after the 2015 tournament, Regnum Carya has elevated the competition to new heights. The tournament is now one of the most exciting events on the European Tour and welcomes an incredible field every year, all competing for a combined fund of $7 million.
As the Race for Dubai hots up and the likes of Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood in competition to be Europe’s best golfer, the Turkish Airlines Open comes at a time of huge importance, with vital points at stake.
The course itself is once again receiving limelight for its spectacular roof-top tee box on the 16th hole; the championship tees are actually on top of a villa and are definitely a favourite amongst both fans and players.
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) October 30, 2018
With 533 guest rooms, suites and villas all boasting contemporary design and spacious living spaces golfers will be thankful for choosing Regnum Carya when tired after a long day on the course. The rooms offer beautiful views across the golf course and the stunning Mediterranean Sea while boasting some impressive in-room amenities including Mirror LED TVs, king size beds and private terraces.
The great thing about all-inclusive deals in Turkey are the quality of the resorts, from the moment you check-in to the moment you check-out, everything you could ever want is right on your doorstep. There are four brilliant dining options at the resort, ranging in tastes and cuisines, whether you fancy Italian, Far Eastern or even local Turkish dishes; you will be catered for.
If you feel like working out, there is a state-of-the-art fitness centre, six clay tennis courts and several indoor and outdoor swimming pools. On the other hand, if you wish to unwind and relax, The Green Door Spa & Wellness Centre is a haven. Whether you indulge in a Turkish Bath, visit the sauna or treat yourself with a range of treatments, you’re sure to feel better leaving the spa than when you walked in.
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