Sitting at the crossroads of Asia, Africa and Europe, Jordan is a country steeped in history and culture. Greg Norman’s new 18-holer adds an unforgettable, contemporary tourism lure
Our biennial guide to the region's best courses is full of surprises.
Former Golf Digest Middle East editor Robbie Greenfield played as a marker for former Open champion Darren Clarke in the MENA Tour's new Jordan's Ayla Golf Championship.
Jordanian 13-year-old grouped with Darren Clarke for opening 36 holes of his country’s first pro event
Shergo Kurdi is a huge Adam Scott fan, utterly beguiled by the Australian’s graceful swing. We suspect the Jordanian teen might be just as taken by Darren Clarke by week’s end in Aqaba.
Jordan’s first 18-hole all-grass course was designed by two-time Open champion Greg Norman and will have another holder of the Claret Jug on hand when it hosts its first professional tournament this week.