Titanic may be regarded as one of the weakest courses in Belek, yet the 27 holes, comprising the River (1-9), Mediterranean (10-18) and Forest (19-27) nines, have some excellent and diverse holes, undulating in places, and it is a good challenge overall for the scratch golfer. It's at the far western end of all the Belek courses, next to the National, and was in good condition when I played there in early November. The Mediterranean nine runs close to the beach, but there are no views of the sand or sea, and the holes closest to the beach are the most disappointing. An opportunity missed by the designer and developers. You have to place your tee shots carefully on several holes, as the large pine trees on the property play a big part in the defence of the holes. The 17th on the Med nine has trees scattered all over the fairway in the driving area! To score well at Titanic you need to drive the ball well off the tee.
Date: November 05, 2016