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Victory Heights - The Els Club

Address Victory Heights - Dubai Sports City - PO Box 117349, Dubai, UAE
The Els Club
Dubai Sports City, Emirates Road
P.O. Box: 111123 Dubai
Telephone +971 4 420 3553
Els Club: +971 4 425 1010
For membership at Els Club, contact Troon Golf Middle East: +971 4 425 1000
Website www.vh.ae
www.elsclubdubai.com
Email golf@elsclubdubai.com
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Holes Championship links style 18-hole course with broad links-style fairways gently undulating towards the green is the centerpiece of Victory Heights
Yardage 7,538 from the tips
Par 72
Visitors All guests visiting The Els Club must check in at the Professional shop. Golf shoes (soft spikes) must be worn with appropriate golf attire.
Green Fees
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Course Designer Formerly called The Dunes Golf Course and designed by Ernie Els, the Els is managed by Troon Golf - Opened 2008
Other This is a Troon-managed golf course
Location Victory Heights is located within Dubai Sports City, part of the Dubailand development. Bordering Emirates Road (between interchanges 2 and 3), Victory Heights has quick and convenient access to the rest of Dubai and beyond.
Facilities • Clubhouse featuring a pro shop, ample locker rooms and changing facilities, outdoor dining, an all-day restaurant, and also a first-floor terrace that offering sweeping views of the course
• Big Easy Bar & Grill - Opened 2013. (The first Big Easy Bar & Grill opened in 2008 in Stellenbosch)
• Corporate Days
• Equipment for hire
• Professional shop
• Practice facilities
• Butch Harmon School of Golf
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About Victory Heights Sports City, the world's first integrated sports city, a mix of sporting, recreational and community facilities consisting of stylish villas and townhouses set in and around the Ernie Els Design signature golf course.
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Ernie's creation is tucked away in an unfortunate construction site named Dubai Sports City. Once located, the course is a memorable experience. The greens are some of the best - and certainly most challenging - in the country. Visitors should exercise discretion when selecting which tees to play off. From the Medal tees (approx 6,700 yards) the course is really punishing for all but the lowest handicaps. Long approach shots. extremely tough bunkering and abundant run-offs and swales can make for a frustrating experience. The course does test every aspect of your game - you have to be able to chip (well) and drive (far). If you can't - try something else.
Value For Money: Fair
Mark: 7/10
S Dunlop January 3, 2011





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