I played here many years ago and to return was a pleasure. Great condition considering time of year, added bonus of night golf .... We will be back
Abu Dhabi Golf Club
Managed by the renowned Troon Golf, Abu Dhabi Golf Club offers one of the most luxurious and memorable golfing experiences in the entire Middle East. An idyllic oasis carved out of the desert, Abu Dhabi Golf Club boasts 27 championship holes of golf that include all of the course features typically associated with desert golf. Gently undulating fairways meander their way through pockets of palms, ornamental trees and no less than seven treacherous saltwater lakes.
The iconic Falcon clubhouse sits overlooking the course and is the perfect place to relax and enjoy discussing the day’s golf over a bite to eat or a well-deserved drink. With an excellent location close to the city centre and the Abu Dhabi International Airport, Abu Dhabi Golf Club is a convenient and ultimately essential part of any Middle East Golf Holiday. As a testament to the quality of the golf club, it is the host of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship 2019.
Top Offers at Abu Dhabi Golf Club
We found 9 offers matching your search.
Abu Dhabi Golf Club
Designed by: Peter Harradine
Championship: 7,440 yards
Mens: 6,723 yards
Social: 6,249 yards
Ladies: 5,780 yards
Signature hole: 18th hole, par 5, 567 yards
The 27 holes of championship golf on offer at Abu Dhabi Golf Club are some of the very best you can hope to play in the entire Gulf region. The Championship Course is a tranquil oasis carved out of the desert and at 7,334 yards from the back tees it is more than long enough to test talented golfers. The perfect fairways weave their way through undulating terrain that features native palm trees, decorative plants and shrubs and seven salt water lakes. Generous greens are well protected by strategically placed bunkers so well struck shots from the fairways are a must. As the host of The Abu Dhabi Golf Championship which attracts the world's top golfers each year, anyone visiting Abu Dhabi Golf Club on their holidays is sure for a treat. Whilst the pros seem to breeze round the course well under par, for most club golfers playing off the yellow tees will have to play well to challenge their handicap with a premium on accuracy rather than length key to playing well here, courtesy of the deep fairway bunkers and snagging rough.
For those looking for a more relaxing round of golf there is also a par 36 nine hole track which is also a great place for beginners to begin their love affair with the game of golf. After dark this course comes alive under the floodlights with Night Golf. There is nothing better than seeing a white golf ball trace into the black sky around the pristine layout at Abu Dhabi, with a mixture of par-3's, 4's and 5's this makes for a great evening of golf.
2014 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship
Spain’s Pablo Larrazábal held his nerve on the final green to deny a chasing pack including major champions Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson. The 30-year-old holed a five-foot birdie putt at the last for a closing five-under-par 67 and 14-under total. That left Mickelson needing an eagle from the middle of the fairway, but despite finding the green in two the American was unable to hole his putt from 50 feet. He finished alongside McIlroy at -13.
What the pro’s say:
“I've started here every year since I've been on Tour since 2007. I've been very successful. This is always a place where I like to come. There's more competition, but it's in general, I really enjoy coming here overall; the people, the golf course, the food, the hotel, everything feels really comfortable to me.” – Martin Kaymer
“We have got great practice facilities here, as well as a golf course that can identify your strengths and your weaknesses. It's a world class course and in immaculate shape and you can easily identify where you're playing well and where you're not.” – Phil Mickelson
“It's a golf course that's always sort of suited my eye. I've always done well here. I had a couple of chances to win, and Martin Kaymer was just too good those times. It’s a long golf course and you've got to hit it well off the tee and take advantage of the par fives, which I feel like I can do.” – Rory McIlroy
2015 Abu Dhabi Championship
The 2015 Abu Dhabi Championship was extremely tight, with several players in contention come Sunday afternoon. Gary Stal of France came out on top with a score of 19 under par to win his first ever European Tour event. He won by shot ahead of Rory McIlroy so no pressure for Stal down the last few holes. Also in contention on Sunday was the likes of Martin Kaymer, Victor Dubuisson and Thomas Pieters, which made for an excellent Sunday finish.
2016 Abu Dhabi Championship
The 2016 Abu Dhabi Championship had one of the most exciting finishes with Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson, Thomas Pieters all in contention come Sunday afternoon. Rickie held his nerve and produced two moments of magic to win the event by one shot ahead of Rory Mcilroy. Rickie chipped in on the 17th and then had a solid par on the last to win the event despite Rory making an eagle 3 on the last to finish just one shot shy of Rickie. He became the second American after Chris Dimarco to win the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.
- GPS Golf Buggies
- Driving Range
- Pro Shop
- Putting Greens
- Practice Area
- Golf Club Hire
- Club House
- Championship Standard Course
A terrific course and very challenging for an average golfer.
Windy conditions, tricky pin positions and bunkers proved to be a real test!
Amazing amazing golf course long yardage but not a massive slog if you are thinking about playing it then i cant recommend it highly enough once again @yourgolftravel.com got the green fees sorted decent price & a decent time of the day Tell them Pricey sent you 😄😄
Course in great condition - thoroughly enjoyed our two rounds. Practice facilities could be improved by letting players use the mats rather than the very sandy soil on the range.
Very enjoyable round of golf, though off the Ladies Tee the bunkers were just my distance. Couldn't fault the course or the facilities.
Would thoroughly recommend a trip out there to anyone, and for those worried that the 19th hole may be a little tame, then they need not worry.
Sorry, your filter options returned no results.