Golf courses in Turkey

The best golf resorts in Turkey

Maybe you would like to escape the long and cold winter months with a golf holiday in Turkey. The country offers a huge selection of beautiful beaches, landscapes and cities, whether in the Mediterranean, the Aegean or Black Sea. Choose between many attractive golf courses.

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Titanic Golf Club


Antalya, Mediterranean

The Mediterranean Golf Course presents a comfortable environment for golf lovers in Belek region with its extraordinary and magnificent Mediterranean view and its location on the seaside. The deep blue of Mediterranean which will accompany you during your game at the Mediterranean will become an indispensable experience for you.

National Golf Club


Serik-Belek, Mediterranean

The 18 hole Championship Course of the National Golf Club (1994) was designed by Ryder Cup Player David Feherty and Seniors Tour Player David Jones. The course runs through a forest of eucalyptus and pine trees with the back-drop of the snow capped Taurus mountains and an abundance of natural lakes.

Lykia Links Antalya Golf Club


ANTALYA, Mediterranean

The 18-hole course of Lykia Links Antalya (2007) was designed by Perry Dye son of Peter Dye. LykiaLinks is a challenge for the accomplished golfer, requiring some Scottish style "punch and run" shots. Quilted fairways will remind the golfer of some of the famous golf courses in Scotland, as an assortment of pot bunkers guard the greens and require placement in the fairway. 

Antalya Golf Club


Antalya, Mediterranean

The 36-holes of the Antalya Golf Club were designed by leading architects of European Golf Design, together with design consultant and Senior Tour Professional Davis Jones. The courses lie within the pine woods of Belek. The PGA Sultan Course offers a par 71, 6477 metres challenge with long and tricky fairways and attractive water and bunker hazards. 

Carya Golf Club


Belek-Antalya, Mediterranean

The 18-hole championship course of Carya Golf Club (2008) was designed by the Australian Peter Thomson who is one of the greatest professional golfers of all time. During a playing career that spanned five decades, he won more than 100 tournaments worldwide. Born in Australia in 1929, Peter Thomson is best known for his remarkable record in The British Open Championship. 

Cornelia Golf Club


Belek, Mediterranean

The 27 holes Cornelia Golf Club (2006) was designed by the famous golf professional and six-time Major winner Nick Faldo. The 27 holes can be combined to the Prince Course (6.411 m), the Queen Course (6.324 m) and the King Course (6.373 m). The very natural course lies embedded in a beautiful landscape with mountain and sea views. 

Gloria Golf Club


Serik-Belek- Antalya, Mediterranean

The 45-holes of Gloria Golf Club (founded in 1997) in Belek was designed by Frenchman Michael Gayon. The 'New' Course was the site for the European Seniors Tour Classic and the World Amateur Team Championship. Gloria's 'Old' Championship Golf Course runs through old pine trees. The latest course is the 9-hole "Verde Golf Course".

Kusadasi International Golf Club


Söke/Aydın, Mediterranean

The 18 hole championship course of Kusadasi International Golf Club (2012) was designed by Jose Canalez Mas Golf Uno Golf Design. With stunning views of the Samos Island and the Aegean Sea and its exquisite setting amongst natural vegetation, Kusadasi Golf is paradise for the golfing enthusiast. 

Robinson Nobilis Golf Club


Antalya, Mediterranean The 18 hole course of Robinson Nobilis Golf Club (1998) was designed by Dave Thomas, who has masterfully created a pleasurable golfing experience. The course runs through a natural pine forest that borders the Acisu River in Belek. Despite of being a fairly flat course, the layout still offers a challenge to normal holiday golf. It has 7 lakes, and its most striking feature is the river, whose progress the golfers follow during their round of golf. Nobilis offers tight, tree lined fairways and large greens. Strategically placed water hazards and bunkers, and a number of dog legs make this a test for even more experienced players.

Sueno Golf Club


Antalya, Mediterranean

The 36 holes of the Sueno Golf Club was founded in 2007. A variaty of bunkers, water hazards and pine trees characterize the two championship courses "The Pines" and "The Dunes". The Dunes lies embedded in the dunes with long and narrow fairways. The Pines offers even more difficult fairways. This course is a real challenge to all golfers.

Tat Golf International Golf Club


Belek - Antalya, Mediterranean

The 27 holes championship golf course of Tat Golf International Golf Club was designed by Hawtree Ltd golf Course Architects of England. Emphasis was put on giving every 9 holes "The Mediterranean", "The Forest" and "The River" its own character. 18 holes of parkland and 9 holes of links means that the golfer will be faced with every kind of golfing challenge from lakes and rivers to trees and dunes on holes that have been left as natural as possible to enhance the feeling. The golf course has a layout which provides fair conditions for first time playing.The greens are built as visible as possible to avoid blind shots. On the other hand the golf course is a challange for every golfer. Four different tees for international events, make it possible that every golfer has his individual challange with hazzards in the landing area.

The Montgomerie Maxx Royal


Antalya, Mediterranean Die 18-Loch Anlage des The Montgomerie Maxx Royal (2008) wurde vom berühmten Golfspieler Colin Montgomerie entworfen. Die Fairways des 104 ha großen Platzes verlaufen in einer Landschaft aus Pinienwald und Sanddünen. 8 Seen und zahlreiche „Waste-Bunker“ im typischen schottischen Stil machen den Platz zusätzlich interessant. Eine besondere Herausforderung stellen die Wasserhindernisse vor dem Clubhaus dar.

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