Photo: © David Spender
Photo: © David Spender

Golf in Turkey

Turkey - and especially the Belek region - has invested quite some money to become a real golf destination. This beautiful country is now one of the most popular golfing destinations in Europe thanks to its combination of magnificent Turkish golf courses and luxury five stars all-inclusive resorts.

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Photo: © David Spender
Golf in Turkey
There are 20 golf clubs in Turkey. The highest density of Turkish golf clubs and Turkish golf resorts can be found in and around Belek. The best golf courses in Turkey are The Montgomerie Maxx Royal, Kuşadası International Golf, Carya Golf Club, Antalya Golf Club and Cornelia Golf Club. Turkey also has quite a lot of high quality golf resorts, like Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort, Regnum Carya Golf & SPA Resort, Cornelia Diamond Golf Resort & Spa, Gloria Golf Resort and Titanic Deluxe Belek. The excellent Turkish climate with the added benefits of high standards of service and accommodation, culture, good value for money, and of course the fantastic range of high quality golf courses make Turkey a popular golf destination. whether you prefer the excitement of city life or a Mediterranean backdrop to your game of golf, you will find the ideal location in Turkey.


FAQ's about golf in Turkey
Have questions? These are the most popular questions with data-driven answers.
What is the best golf course in Turkey?
The Montgomerie Maxx Royal is the best golf course in Turkey. Out of 20 golf courses in Turkey, the rating 8.7 of The Montgomerie Maxx Royal is the highest. Click here to view the 10 best golf courses in Turkey
Is Turkey good for golf?
A 7.3 rating indicates Turkey is good as a golf destination. This rating is based on several elements, like the average rating of golf clubs within this destination and the density of above-average golf clubs.
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