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Common to the United Arab Emirates's (UAE) golf courses are big-ticket designers like Nick Faldo, Greg Norman, Colin Montgomerie and Ernie Els, immaculate maintenance with layouts carved beautifully amidst large greens and seas of sand and first rate facilities.
UAE hosts a myriad of championship golf tournaments like the Omega Desert Classic, the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship etc, owing to the existence of excellent golf courses in the region.
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Home to the annual Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship where Tiger Woods makes his appearance every year.
The course is part of the Al Hamra Village, a luxury real estate development.
Ajman's first golf course is a Nicklaus Design.
A popular 'lifestyle' destination for golfers, it is a true test of championship golf with a luxurious Clubhouse.
A top class course lined with beautiful date palms, coconut trees was host to the Dubai Desert classic for two years.
This 18-hole championship golf course is in central Dubai with the Burj Khalifa as a backdrop.
It is one of the finest courses in Dubai and is the second championship golf course of the Emirates Golf Club designed by Nick Faldo.
A lot of the natural landscape has been retained thus making it quite a challenging layout.
The third oldest course in Dubai, it is scenically stunning and challenging.
One of the world's most prestigious residential golf developments that bags an eco friendly status.
One of the world's most prestigious residential golf developments that produces a unique aesthetic feel.
One thoroughly enjoyable journey across many seas of sand, this one promises to be the best course.
This links style layout with large greens and forgivingly large landing areas can get deceptively tough to play.
The quality of the course and the top condition make it a pleasure to play here.
Tower Links is known to be the most natural golf course in the Emirates.
Dubai's most significant golf club; its design blends with the desert climate and demands for a strategic play.
The Scottish course designer Kyle Phillips has converted this desert coastline into a fine and challenging links style course.
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