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Booking made easier at Abu Dhabi Golf Club and Saadiyat Beach Golf Club

Sponsored Content: Golf just got a whole lot easier, or at least booking a game or three at Abu Dhabi Golf Club and Saadiyat Beach Golf Club has anyway.

While there are strict terms and conditions around how you play (e.g. we take no responsibility for that life long slice and nervy chipping action), we can guarantee securing a tee time at the Troon Golf sister properties has become a much more user friendly experience.

The back end capability on the club’s respective websites – sbgolfclub.ae and adgolfclub.com – has been updated, meaning the online booking process is now an easy three-step process: simply click on your preferred link above (why not both?), search ‘Book a Tee Time’ and then follow the prompts from ‘Search Tee Time’.

Saadiyat Beach G.C.

It really is that simple to play the ‘Home of Champions’ where Tommy Fleetwood vindicated his 2017 Race to Dubai win by defending the famed Falcon Trophy at last month’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. You might prefer to experience the ‘Island Life’ at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club where Aditi Ashok won the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open title last November and Gary Player’s beachfront location remains in pristine condition.

Best of all, you’ll receive a AED 50 gift voucher to spend in the Golf Shop with every online booking.

The offer is valid until February 28 and is available on both mid week and weekend bookings. Maybe cash your voucher in on a sleeve of balls if you really are struggling with a slice and they can even arrange a post-round lesson if you have a hook that simply won’t listen.

What is guaranteed is a fun day of world class golf at the best available online prices. So what are you waiting for? Get clicking!


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Launched in 2008, Golf Digest Middle East is the #1 golf magazine in the region, featuring local content and exclusive articles from the world's leading professionals

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