Carya was a great round and the most premium of the courses we played. It was however twice as much as the rest of the rounds we played elsewhere so we had high expectations. Overall we thought it was good value and provided an excellent finish to our week. A few of the greens were a little scorched around the fringes but in general it was well manicured you could tell you were playing one of the top courses in the region. We were originally booked to play at 2pm and they happily pulled this forward for us to 12pm. The course was extremely quiet so we had no issues with pace of play at this time. Surprising really that they prices are not more dynamic to reflect the lower volume. A nice added touch was the club house detail relating to the 2016, 2017 and 2018 Turkish Open European Tour event.
Reasons to Visit Carya Golf Club
Designed by 5 Time Open Champion Peter Thomson's architect company
Rated as one of the Best Courses in Turkey & Top 50 in Europe
European Tour host & 3 time host of Turkish Airlines Open
A stunning heathland-style course, set on the rolling sand hills of Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, Carya is a truly unique golfing experience. The first course of its kind to be built in Turkey, Carya has since become the number one course in the country, considered a must-play track by golfers across Europe. Being the top course in Turkey, and among the top 50 in Europe, Carya stepped further into the spotlight as a host venue on the European Tour. Hosting the Turkish Airlines Open since 2016, golfers have flocked to Belek from all over the world to tee it up here, even more so after Justin Rose won the event in 2017.