Orange Lakes Golf Club Cairo Egypt tours, prices, booking

Orange Lakes Golf club situated on the Cairo Alexandria desert road. In fact, it is just a short drive north of the capital.  Moreover, it holds its name from the 5 enormous lakes covering a total area of 215.000 square meter. Orange Lakes Golf club threw its doors wide open for business. It is also for christening the course with a celebratory team shotgun competition. It is for a select group of invitees. Judging by the reactions of the competitors, the course is running just fine. The hosts know how to entertain in style, a key requisite for success in this most sociable of pastimes. It confirmed by the post competition dinner in the waterfront club house.

In fact, the Golf club features a series of man made lakes. They are many runs alongside the fairways and greens. Scattered around the place are groves of young orange trees. The club’s owners hope they will produce a viable crop. In fact, the owning company of Orange Lakes Golf club is Sunset Valley. Moreover, The shareholders well known businessmen. They are such as Salah Diab and developers Mahmoud El Gammal and Maged Hosni. Moreover, they are also like HSBC Chairman Abdel Sallam El Anwar. They also like international lawyer Hosni Abdel Wahed and Mahmoud Abdel Ghaffar.

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The Golf club features 135 acres of orange groves. They planted in and around the golf course. The orange crop will contribute to the maintenance budget of the course. The combination of lakes and trees suggests a rather lush environment. Orange Lakes Golf club features a desert course. It is a potential lure to foreign golfers seeking something a little bit different. Orange Lakes Golf desert course designed by the late Arthur Davis. He was one of the best golf course designers around. It aims to appeal to those European golfers who used to lush and green environments. For them, the desert element is a novelty and a reason for them to visit. The club is a part of a larger development of El Ein Valley. It will include an estimated 570 residential units.

Complementing the houses will be a community center with its own spa and gym. A tennis academy and an equestrian center also will included. Gezira Sporting Club has an equestrian center, stables and bridle paths. It also had an 18-hole golf course at one time. That is why the club accommodates all those luxury facilities. The target is to let people enjoy about such clubs and residential areas. Orange Lakes Golf Club features the longest bridle path in Egypt. It is around 7 km long. It takes riders around the golf course and the development as a whole.

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Orange Lakes Golf Club is the 18-hole golf course. The designers hope draw not only casual golfers, but also some top flight competitors. Th here is great potential, says Abdel-Ghaffar for developing the golf tourism angle. Master of ceremonies at the opening event was club manager Richard Philips. He is from England. Philips worked as a teaching professional at Katameya Heights. And then went on to run their teaching academy. He says that the course has designed with flexibility in mind. Orange Lakes Golf course is a par 71, 71 long at over 7,000 yards from the back tees. It allows to host golf at all levels. There are many of long par 4 holes.

The par 3 holes are also large. So you get the feeling here of playing a long course. Some players may daunted by the prospect of all that water, fearing the loss of a few too many balls. But the lakes have the most part laid alongside the fairways and greens. It only requires a leap of faith. Orange Lakes Golf course not like some of the courses in the US. It is where you’re always hitting over water and losing lots of balls. Most of the water here is to the sides. That is why so you may lose a few balls if you’re having a wild day. The water gives a nice feeling to the place without being daunting.

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