The IMG Prestige-managed Education City Golf Club was designed by former Ryder Cup player and captain José María Olazábal and the team at Olazabal Design.
Immediately to the west of the 7th-century coastal city of Aqaba, a massive residential and commercial development named Ayla has been taking shape since 2008...
Unveiled at the end of 2015, the 18-hole layout at Al Zorah Golf Club was the first golf course to open for play in the United Arab Emirates for more than six years.
Although only open since January 2010, the Fire layout – another Greg Norman creation at the Jumeirah Golf Estates – is more of a links-like track than its sibling the Earth course.
Saltwater lakes, ornamental trees and palms make the setting oasis-like with lush playing surfaces, bold, strategic bunkering coupled with large greens paint the Abu Dhabi picture.
Now part of the luxury Riffa Views residential complex, the new Montgomerie layout at the Royal Golf Club lies within three housing estates and it will, in time, be serviced by a country club...
Home to the Qatar Masters and designed by Peter Harradine in the mid 1990s, Doha Golf Club is located about 10 kilometres to the north of Doha, the Qatari capital.
Israel has never exactly been known as a golfing hotbed but that may be about to change with the upgrading of Caesarea, one of only two courses in the country, by none other than the legendary Pete Dye.
The Wadi at the Emirates Golf Club in Dubai was redesigned in 2006 by Nick Faldo and was later renamed the Faldo in commemoration of the six-time major winner.
Arabian Ranches Golf Club opened in February 2004 and this was Ian Baker-Finch's first collaboration with Nicklaus Design.