The Golf Park course was inaugurated in 1998, and doesn’t have memberships; it’s open to all, so players do not need to pay any monthly or yearly fees. You just pay for what you use. Their 9 hole par 3 course follows the concept “pitch & putt”, which is ideal for both beginners to practice what they have learned and for experts to perfect their short game. You are not required to have a license to play. The club boasts a practice area (110 hitting stations) with greens, flags and bunkers, which make the practice session very realistic, and artificial illumination to play at night. It also has an area for practising putt and short strokes.
Their school offers courses for beginners and experts based on Jack Nicklaus’ teaching method, and they also organise tournaments. Other facilities available are club renting, golf shop, workshop, restaurant, café and car park. They organise promotional acts and programmes for building customer loyalty as well as incentives and activities for employees. A meeting room as well as a school and courts for padel (sport similar to platform tennis) complete the club’s offers.
Mon-Fri 10:00am – 9:45pm; Sat-Sun 9:00am – 9:45pm
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