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Muscat golf courses

Muscat is the capital city of Oman and situated on the Gulf of Oman. Surrounded by ocean, mountains and desert, Muscat is the perfect location for a golf holiday in Oman and you will find an excellent selection of golf courses in the region. The hot climate means the temperature remains warm throughout the year and this makes Muscat the perfect destination for a winter golf holiday.

In terms of the Muscat golf courses, we begin with Ras Al Hamra Golf Club. This golf course is located just over 6 kilometres from the city centre and is an 18 hole, par-71 course playing to 6,500 yards from the back tee. Designed by Graham Marsh Golf Design, Ras Al Hamra Golf Club is a desert style golf course and set within arid wadi, surrounded by coastal hillsides and the Gulf of Oman. Having opened for play in 1969, it was originally a sand golf course but has since been developed into a grass course, featuring trees and plants. Interestingly, Ras Al Hamra Golf Club boasts floodlights, meaning you can enjoy a round of golf at night.

Next, we come to Jebel Sifah Golf Course, which is another of the leading Muscat golf courses. This is a 9 hole golf course designed by Harradine. It is the only coastal golf course in their portfolio and the scenery is spectacular. Played as an 18 hole, par-72 course, Jebel Sifah Golf Course has 5 tee locations from which to choose and the course length ranges from 5,686 yards to 7,268 yards.

Some of the other top Muscat golf courses include Al Mouj, which is part of the Wave Resort and has been designed by Greg Norman plus Muscat Hills Golf and Country Club, which was the first 18 hole grassed golf course to be built in Oman.

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Al Mouj Golf Club

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Greg Norman
7310 yards | Links-style
Review Score: 5.0 out of 5
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You only have to look at the online reviews to gain an understanding of the high quality golf course you will find when playing Al Mouj Golf at The Wave. The 18 hole championship golf course is the first links style golf course to be created in Oman. International golfing legend Greg Norman is responsible for the design of this fantastic golf course that plays to 7,342 yards from the back tee.

Al Mouj Golf at The Wave is a challenging golf course providing plenty of variety from hole to hole. However, there is a choice of five tee positions on each hole and this makes the course an ideal test for professionals and amateurs alike. Bunkers, water hazards, and natural dunes combine to great effect on this links style course and some of the bunkers around the 18 holes are huge. In terms of the scenery, the golf course is flanked by both the Indian Ocean and the Hajjar mountain range, providing the perfect backdrop for a stunning round of golf.

Ghala Golf Club

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Colonel Cooper
6527 yards | Desert
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
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You are spoilt for choice when it comes to quality golf courses in Oman and Ghala Golf Club is one of the best in the country. The golf course was originally designed by renowned British golfer, Bill Longmuir but has since been updated. Dellanzo Group in collaboration with landscape designer Beatrice Franceschi have worked hard to redesign the course and the results are absolutely fantastic.

Ghala Golf Club is located in the Oman capital, Muscat, so if you are planning on staying in the city, you can travel from your hotel to this golf course in a matter of minutes. In terms of the design, this 18 hole golf course is magnificent and the holes are framed by the iconic Al-Hajar mountains. Some of the fairways themselves actually lead into the mountain landscape and you find yourself playing in amongst the hillsides.

Jebel Sifa Golf Club

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Peter Harradine
3631 yards | Desert
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
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To enjoy a round of golf within tremendous scenery and natural landscapes, look no further than Jebel Sifah Golf Club. This 9-hole golf course is designed by Harradine and it is their only golf course located on the seaside. With the ocean on one side and a spectacular mountain backdrop on the other, it is easy to see why so many golfers are drawn to Jebel Sifah Golf Club.

Despite being 9 holes, Jebel Sifah Golf Club can be played as an 18-hole par 72 course. It plays to 7,268 yards from the back tees but there is a choice of five tee locations on each hole, making the course suitable for players of all abilities. There are second pin flags on each of the holes, so you never have to worry about repetition throughout an 18-hole round.

Muscat Hills Golf & Country Club

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Paul Thomas
7014 yards | Links-style
Review Score: 3.8 out of 5
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In terms of pure convenience, Muscat Hills Golf and Country Club is perfect for those seeking a golf holiday in Oman. The golf club is situated adjacent to the International Airport and close to the capital city of Muscat.

Having opened for play in 2009, Muscat Hills Golf and Country Club was the first grass golf club in Oman. The championship golf course is designed by Paul Thomas and features 18 holes, with a choice of five tees on each hole. The par-72 course plays to just under 7,000 yards and throughout the 18 holes you can enjoy views of both the ocean and the Al Hajar Mountains.

Ras Al Hamra Golf Club

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Graham Marsh
6500 yards | Desert
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
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If you have been searching for the perfect golf facility in the centre of Muscat, Oman, look no further than the Ras Al Hamra Golf Course. The 18-hole golf course is designed Graham Marsh Golf Design and opened for play in 1969. At first, Ras Al Hamra was a sand course but it has since been redesigned and now features trees and native shrubs. These have been planted throughout the 18 holes and add some colour to the rocky surroundings.

During the inaugural NBO Oman Open 2018, Paul Lawrie and Jamie Donaldson visited the Ras Al Hamra Golf Course and were impressed by the design and layout of the course. It remains the host venue for the Muscat Open, the most prestigious golf tournament in the city.

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