Located in Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club on the banks of the majestic Dubai Creek, Park Hyatt Dubai provides an idyllic setting for a luxury getaway. From an inspired assortment of award-winning restaurants to a luxury destination spa, every moment at Park Hyatt Dubai is meticulously curated to ensure a sophisticated, enriching, and uncommon experience.
Tailored Golf Travel is able to secure discounted tee times for guests staying at Park Hyatt Dubai at The Els Club, Dubai Hills , and Dubai Creek . This package price includes 4 weekday rounds 1 at each of The Els Club and Dubai Hills and 2 at Dubai Creek.
Ernie Els has a passion for the great links courses of the UK, where he has won two of his 4 major championships, and in creating the Els Club Dubai he set about recreating some of these design features in a desert landscape. Thus a ‘desert links’ was born, one that was quickly named ‘best new international course’ by the prestigious US magazine, Links.
A few kilometers away from Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Hills is the latest Golf Club to be built in Dubai. This immaculate course enables players of every skills and age level to equally enjoy the 18 holes of a lush green course which features a harmonic mix of flat and hilly terrain with the lengths of 7283 yards (Black Tees), 6785 yards (Blue tees), 6093 yards (Sliver tees) 5516 yards (Red tees) and 5130 yards (Green tees). Burj Khalifa is visible from almost all the holes in the course. This lengthy course is combination of challenging and easy holes. Four shorter par four holes offer both excellent opportunities to score an easy birdie as well as the shocking possibility of shifting one’s score in the opposite direction.
The par 71 course at Dubai Creek that measures 6,967 yards is a memorable journey from the first tee to the 18th green. The superbly manicured fairways are undulating, demarcated by mounds, date and palm trees, and most other times by water. Apart from the Creek, which comes into play on at least four holes, several artificial lakes add to the beauty and difficulty of various other holes.
The Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club course sets up for a thrilling finale to a round with its two par 4 closing holes. The 17th and 18th have the Creek guarding the entire left side of the fairway. While the 17th can still be conquered with some smart play, the 18th requires mandatory cerebral involvement on every shot. There is water on the left and a long bunker on the right, beyond which is water again. A good drive will still leave you with a long iron into the tiered and sloping green, which is guarded at the front and right by a body of water.