Peter Harradine fashioned the golf course at the Sahara Kuwait Resort and it opened for play in September 2005 to a rapturous ovation. Built to USGA standards this is a challenging layout which stretches out to 6,730 yards with par set at a lowly 70.
There’s enough water – in the shape of three lakes – to trouble the mishit shot and with the horseracing track of the exclusive Hunting and Equestrian Club flanking the course, there’s plenty of out-of-bounds to contend with too.
A great deal of earth was moved here at the Sahara Golf Club – or sand to be precise – in fact almost 750,000 m³ was shifted to create a pleasing and undulating layout.
Floodlit holes will ensure that you can play in the cool of the evening, avoiding the daytime heat, and a luxurious new clubhouse and golf academy complete what is already Kuwait’s premier golf club and the country’s finest golfing experience.