Designed by renowned golf course architect Peter Harradine, the layout of Al Hamra’s Championship course intermingles with the master plan residential units as it meanders around four inter-connected open water lagoons merging seamless with the water of the Arabian Gulf. Designed to be a challenging but playable course for golfers of all abilities, it incorporates both open water lagoons and desert landscapes resulting in a stunning par 72 championship course measuring 7325 yards at full length with five varying tee options providing a fun and enjoyable test of golf for the seasoned professional or fledgling enthusiast. Al Hamra Golf Club offers the first class practice facilities with short game greens and executive nine hole par 3 course. The 9-hole, par 3 course, fully floodlit, is a unique facility to practice the short game.
Après golf at Al Hamra provides guests with a multitude of choices with four dinning outlets on site to choose from, catering to all food lovers wishes. The Bay Sports Bar is overlooking the 18th green and offers the perfect vantage point to watch fellow players complete their round while enjoying live sports on one of 8 big screens and some British gastro favorites. Pesto Ristorante Italiano offers Italy’s finest cuisine in a modern environment whilst over looking the Al Hamra Bay. The Mason Mathis is a café for any time of the day serving a variety of European cuisine, infused with a Belgian twist. The Belgian Beer Café is serving a wide selection of Belgian inspired dishes, such as Moules-Frites, Belgian Waffles and Witloof Salad. Belgian cuisine is as good as French and as generous as German.
Al Hamra Golf Club, Ras Al Khaimah, Vereinigte Arabische Emirate
Opening – 2007
18-hole, Par 72, 7325 yards
Design Gerald Williams
Golf Academy, Driving Range, Putting & Pitching Green, Restaurant, Café & The Bay Sports Bar
Men 36 / Ladies 36
Fairways & Greens: Paspalum Grass
Golf cart (per person)