Despite its relatively short length, the Pasha Golf Course demands accuracy and skill over length, therefore it is not a golf course that should be assumed to be easy; only straight-hitting golfers will score well. The golf course spans out across just 550,000 square metres, therefore, it is the ideal option for golfers in Belek for a warm-up course, or simply just a leisurely round of golf.
The Pasha Golf Course is one of the most approachable golf courses in Belek due to its size. In comparison to some of the other tougher golf courses in the area, the Pasha Golf Course offers a leisurely round of golf. Designed by David Jones in 2002, the Pasha Golf Course has steadily established itself as a well-known golf course in Belek. If golfers choose to have some variety across the golf here, the Sultan Golf Course is also located at the Antalya Golf Club, where golfers can also enjoy a memorably challenging round.
Whilst the golf course is undeniably short in length, there are still plenty of challenges for golfers to conquer. There are several tricky doglegs incorporated into the most challenging holes, as well as strategically placed bunkers and an undulating terrain to keep golfers on their toes throughout; even the lower handicappers will find themselves challenged on this golf course. The Pasha Golf Course does not stand out from the other golf courses in Belek in that its landscape also winds its way through a forest of tall pine trees, creating a peaceful surrounding to enjoy a fantastic round of golf.
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The Pasha Golf Course is seven hundred yards shorter than its partner golf course at the Antalya Golf Club, the Sultan Golf Course, but as the golf club accurately states, by no means is a round of golf here “an easy walk in the woods”. The golf course has a varied layout, with the 3rd and 4th holes playing to short par fours consecutively, and again at the 11th and 12th holes on the back nine.
A signature hole at the Pasha Golf Course includes the par-4 11th hole on the back nine, measuring out to 291 yards. At this hole, golfers must manoeuvre their shot past a lake on the left side of the fairway, then through four strategically placed bunkers guarding the green. Players must take a chance at this hole due to the concentration of hazards and they should aim for a courageous shot, then deal with the outcome later!