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Experience the Legend: Emirates Golf Club's Maljis Course

Practice your swing on the first grass golf course in the Middle East, which was dubbed the "Desert Miracle" when it opened in 1988. Feel the uniquely rich aura of this destination course, from the striking views of Dubai Marina to the Bedouin tent-inspired clubhouse. Emirate Golf Club's original Maljis Course is on the bucket list of every serious golfer in the world, but you can also tee off on the Faldo Course and the Par 3 Academy Course. Arrive early and stay late to explore the chic restaurants, cool bars, and stylish fitness center at the golf oasis.


Prices -

 Vary according to course, time, and season

Hours -

 6:00 to 21:00


  • Omega Dubai Desert Classic
  • Omega Dubai Ladies Classic
  • Expats Fair


  • Three Golf Courses
  • Fitness Center
  • Lessons & Tournaments
  • Swimming Pool
  • Pro Shop
  • Restaurants & Bars (Carine, Roseleaf Cafe & several more)


  • What are the green fees at Emirates Golf Club?

    Emirates Golf Club green fees vary by course, time of day (peak or off-peak), and season of the year. The Maljis Course is the most expensive course, where green fees for 18 holes are around 1,250 AED (peak) or 1,135 AED (off-peak) from November 1 through April 30, and 905 AED (peak or off-peak) for September 16 to October 31 and May 1-31.
  • What is Emirates Golf Club Academy?

    The Peter Cowen Academy Dubai at Emirates Golf Club offers private golf lessons and group clinics led by PGA professionals. Classes and lesson packages are available for all age groups and skill levels, and start at 310 AED for a 30-minute individual session. Lesson programs include complimentary equipment rentals and complimentary unlimited use of the Academy driving range facilities on the day of your lesson.

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