National Golf Club
Holes: 18 | Metres: 6222 | Par: 72 | Handicap Men: 28 | Handicap Ladies: 36
The National Golf Course in Belek offers something special for all levels of golfer. Sculpted fairways, glistening white bunkers and velvet greens, the National Golf Club was the first international standard golf complex on the Turkish Mediterranean coast when it opened in 1994. The National golf course remains one of the best designed courses in Belek. It has been established to provide exclusive facilities for both members and visitors. The 18 hole Championship Course, designed by Ryder Cup Player David Feherty, has played host to the PGA European Turkish Seniors Open in 1996 and 1997. National also have a superb 9 hole Academy Course which suits any standard of golfer, with its wide tree lined holes and water coming into play on several of the tee shots. It can also be an excellent warm-up before your round on the Championship Course. The club house is much more traditional than many of the modern facilities in Belek, and the food is really fantastic. There is a perfect view of the green on the 18th hole from the terrace of the golf club, so be prepared for a grandstand finish.