Almouj Golf Welcomes More Than 1,000 Players Of All Levels During Its First Month Of Opening
Almouj Golf at The Wave, Muscat welcomed more than 1,000 players
during the first month of opening. Reaction to the course has been
extremely enthusiastic with a constant flow of players booking tee
times to play either 9 or 18 holes.
The driving range has also been very popular and has been
visited by golfers of all levels during the first week. This
floodlit facility is available well into the evenings and, given
the current idyllic temperatures, has proven to be a popular stop
off on the way home from work.
December also saw Almouj Golf hold their first members'
tournament in the form of a Festive Scramble. 36 members, divided
into teams of 4, competed against each other in a good natured but
hard fought pre-Christmas competition. This was the first event in
a full program of members' tournaments, details of which will be
published as and when they are confirmed.
Commenting on the success of the first month of opening, St John
Kelliher, General Manager Almouj Golf said "We are delighted by the
response we have received during this first month of
operations. We have welcomed both seasoned golfers to
beginners to the course and its facilities with the feedback
received being extremely positive. There has been a keen
interest in the membership packages which we have tailored to suit
the various needs of individuals, families, juniors, students,
overseas and corporate members. The new Mid-Week category, which we
introduced based on feedback we received, is also proving a welcome
He added "The team at Almouj Golf has worked extremely hard to
ensure that all our patrons receive the best level of service, and
that the course and facilities cater to the varying needs of
players of all levels. It is a real pleasure to see the
results of all the hard work and to receive all the positive
feedback from those who have experienced Almouj Golf during its
Inspired by Oman & designed by Greg Norman, the course pays
homage to the Sultanate's unique topography by combining natural
elements of water, grass and sand and offers panoramic views of the
Gulf of Oman and the Al Hajar mountains.