The 18 hole international standard Golf Course, designed by David Hemstock, was opened in 2007 and stretches to a testing 6,232 meters following a par 72 layout. The putting surfaces are thoroughly maintained throughout the year and therefore the condition is perfect all year, as well as this there are many strategically placed bunkers and water hazards providing a good test of golf for all who play it.
This course is an absolute gem both on the eye and in terms of the golf. The course has been intelligently designed so as to give golfers views of the mountains and the sea on every hole. This is an incredibly special backdrop that compliments the course beautifully. The course has been formulated so that it will challenge and entertain golfers of all levels.
The 11th hole is a stunning par-3 of moderate length and stands-out during the round. Playing over some thick vegetation in a ravine, you need can’t miss right here and with a false-front, you best take a little extra club. The dramatic terrain, water hazards, trees and backdrop make this a truly memorable golfing experience.
The driving range is made-up of 34 bays and is around 330 yards long so you can work on every aspect of your game. The short game area is also at hand for you to develop your feel shots and includes a practice bunker. Two putting greens are also part of the set-up at Korineum Golf and Beach Resort so you can develop your stroke. One of the highlights of the academy is the course with three full-length holes, including a par-5, so you can get warmed up for your round on the magnificent course.
The pro shop is kitted out with everything you would need and the attentive staff are there to help you with anything you may need including re-gripping or equipment. Here you can also get your buggy for the round and pick up some merchandise to remind you of your trip to this Cypriot gem.
The Clubhouse features three restaurant options which range from buffet to fusion and international a la carte dining. Sensual treats and delicious indulgence is the name of the game at Korineum Beach Resort. Those olive trees aren’t just for decoration, the team at the hotel harvest the olives for you to enjoy and even make beautiful oil from them. The carob trees are also used to make syrup and the gardens contain other vegetation used in the kitchen. This is a resort you can literally taste as well as stay in.