National Golf Club Belek
Voted by Golf World as 39th best course in Europe, the National Golf Club in Belek was designed by the Irish duo of David Feherty and David Jones. Transforming heavily timbered swamp land into a rolling course where they drained the water into lakes, (which influence six of the holes) and retained most of the characteristic pine and eucalyptus trees.
Carved through a forest of eucalyptus and pine trees with the back-drop of the snow capped Taurus Mountains and an abundance of natural lakes, this 18-hole par-72 Championship golf Course is a fantastic test of golf skills for all levels of player. The approach to the clubhouse down the 18th hole is one of the finest views you will find in golf.
The National Golf Club Belek is the first golf course in Turkey to be developed in accordance with European PGA standards and in 2012 it played host to the Ladies Turkish open for the fourth time.