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Oman's Al Mouj Golf course ranked second best in ME

MUSCAT, 28 days ago

Al Mouj Golf has cemented its place as one of the finest golf courses in the Middle East after placing second in National Club Golfer’s Top 25 Golf Courses in the Middle East rankings, one of the UK’s leading publications.

This placed Al Mouj Golf in Muscat, Oman, ahead of even more established golf courses in the region, including The Majlis at Emirates Golf Club, Abu Dhabi Golf Club, Jumeirah Earth, and Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club, further showcasing Oman’s potential to continue growing as a golfing destination.

Host venue to the European Tour’s Oman Open, the links venue received significant acclaim at this year’s tournament from players and golf fans alike for its spectacular design, which sweeps along the Indian Ocean and affords breath-taking views of Muscat and the Hajar Mountains.

The rankings, regarded among the most respected in the golf industry, reaffirms the glowing testimonies articulated by the European Tour players during February’s tournament, as well as regular TripAdvisor reviews from visitors to the course.
 
A championship course of the highest standard, Al Mouj Golf has also received significant praise for its host of sustainable and community friendly practices, which have been instrumental in bringing a plethora of wildlife and bird species to the area. The Muscat venue has also raised over $100,000 for Autism-related charities and set up a range of community golf programs designed to increase the reach of golf in Oman.

“These rankings support that Al Mouj is one of the best golf courses in the Middle East, if not in the world,” commented Al Mouj Muscat CEO, Nasser bin Masoud Al Sheibani. “We are delighted and honoured to have been placed second in these respected rankings and will continue to work to develop awareness for our fantastic offering, both on-and-off the course.”

The announcement comes as Oman continues to acquire a reputation as one of the world’s most exciting new golf destinations. In addition to the sultanate’s leading golf course, visitors can experience Al Mouj Muscat, a world-class Integrated Tourism Complex comprised of luxury residential properties, hotels, retail and dining facilities at The Walk, and the world-class Al Mouj Marina.

From this destination, visitors will discover some of the most captivating attractions in the Middle East, including the Daymaniyat Islands, a protected nature reserve home to an abundance of coral, turtles, whalesharks and other sea life only 30 minutes away by boat from Al Mouj Marina and Muscat, the country’s understated and charming capital, which provides a refreshing contrast to the skyscraper-studded cities synonymous with Oman’s neighbouring countries. - TradeArabia News Service
 




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