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‘Summer Pass’ offers sizzling golf deals at Abu Dhabi Golf Club, Saadiyat Beach Golf Club – or both

The heat is on and this might just be the coolest summer deal available in Middle East golf.

Troon sister clubs Adu Dhabi Golf Club and Saadiyat Beach Golf Club are offering a four month ‘Summer Pass’ that allows single players, couples and even families a feast of golf and more at one club or both beginning May 15. Benefits include seven-day access to the golf and leisure facilities (the latter at Abu Dhabi Golf Club), discounts on dining and retail and much more.

ABU DHABI GOLF CLUB
Here’s the deal at Abu Dhabi Golf Club, host of the European Tour’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship each January:

Membership fee: AED 6250 (single), AED 7250 (couple), AED 8250 (family).
To take advantage of the Abu Dhabi Golf Club deal, call +971 (0)2 885 3555, email [email protected] or visit adgolfclub.com.

SAADIYAT BEACH GOLF CLUB
The offering at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club, home of the Ladies European Tour’s Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open, is equally enticing:

Membership fee: AED 4950 (single), AED 5950 (couple), AED 6950 (family).
For the Saadiyat Beach Golf Club deal, call +971 (02) 499 8100, email [email protected] or visit sbgolfclub.ae

Better still, you can take advantage of these great joint membership rates at both clubs from AED 7450 (single) AED 8450 (couple) or AED 9450 (family).

The deals run from May 15 to September 15 and are inclusive of 5 percent VAT.

Golf Digest Middle East

Golf Digest Middle East

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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