Holes: 18 Par: 72
Handicap Men max. 28
Handicap Women max. 36
Location: Belek, Antalya
Official Opening: November 2008
Tees: White, Yellow, Blue, Red, Black
Fairways: Challenging and undulating with plenty of strategic options
Bunkers: 75 with heather covered edges
Lakes: Three lakesGrass: Bermuda grass
Spikes: No metal spikes allowed
Carya Golf Club in Antalya’s Belek Region is the first classic, heathland style golf course to be built on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast.
Grown in an exensive nursery on site, Carya’s heather shapes define the course into a truly magnificent spectacle.
The 7,186 yards, par 72 course, is a demanding test of golfing strategy with free flowing holes that run between pine and eucalyptus trees and across a dramatic sand ridge.
By lighting the 18 holes, Carya Golf Club offers the opportunity of playing golf at night with the comfort of daylight. In this way, the guests can enjoy playing golf under the warm climate of Mediterranean Sea up until late at night.
Carya Golf Course was home for European Tour – Turkish Open Tournament in 2016-2018
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Holes: 36 (2*18) Par: 72 & 69
Handicap limit is 36 on Regular basis, but the Club can announce a changing to 28 for crowded seasons
Location: Belek, Antalya
Official Opening: October 2007
Tees: White, Yellow, Blue, Red
Fairways: Parkland Links style
Bunkers: Natural bunker style, Fairway bunkers 71 pieces, Greenside bunkers 48 pieces, Waste bunkers 9 pieces, Total 128 bunkers pieces on both courses
Lakes: 19 artificial Lakes are crossing both courses
Grass: Bermuda Tifdwarf, Lollium Perenne and Poa Trivialis
Spikes: Soft Spiked Shoes are required
The famous golf course architects of PGA Design Consulting designed Sueno Golf Courses. Two different 18 hole championship courses were created: Sueno Pines is very long, but also heavily wooded and narrow. The Sueno Dunes touches very heart of links and nature enthusiastic.
Each of the courses at Sueno share the same qualities and have Parkland links design, are narrow and tree lined with some dense forests.
However, the Pines is the tougher out of the 2 and players should take care when playing.
As the name suggests, the Dunes course makes good use of the area’s sweeping sand dunes. Both water hazards and sandy areas play a large part in the course design, and players are forced to choose their preferred lie based on their own abilities. Whilst the course does thread its way through the region’s mature pine trees, the course is much more open than the neighbouring Sueno Pines.