Kusadasi International Golf Club

Holes: 18 | Metres: 6322 | Par: 72 | Handicap Men: 28 | Handicap Ladies: 36

Turkey's first residential golf project opened all 18 holes of its course in September 2012.

Developed by the Turkish firm Oyzer Group, the Kusadasi International Golf Club is located in a popular resort area around 90km south of Izmir, Turkey's third largest city. Designed by Spanish golf architect Jose Canales, the Kusadasi course measures almost 6,400 metres and has around 140-270 meters above the sea level with views to the surrounding Aegean Sea, Long Beach, Samos Island, National Park bays and mountains. Make no mistake, this course is incredibly difficult and the natural structure of the land means it is easy to lose balls in dips within the landscape. This is a course not to be taken lightly.

This unique resort offers a 18-hole championship golf course, a full-service 3174 m2 Club House, VIP lounge, restaurant, banquet and meeting room facilities, event organizations and lodging accommodation all in one location. Kusadasi is the first course in Turkey to be part of a mixed development including villas and apartments. The developments in the Belek region, home to most of Turkey's courses, are entirely built on land leased from the Turkish government, and thus were not able to include freehold property.

Design: Jose Canalez Mas Golf Uno Golf Design
Opening Date: Soft opening May 2012 / Official opening September 2012
Location : Kusadasi - Izmir
Greens: Average per green approximately 550 sqm
Grass Characteristics : Bent (greens) and Hybrid Bermuda (fairways)
Tees  : Minimum 4 tees per hole
Fairways: Challenging and undulating with plenty of strategic options
Bunkers: 59
Lakes: 2
Driving Range: 25 bays, 308m
Putting Green: 950 sqm
Chipping and pitching: 1,600 sqm
Pro Shop: Golf equipment for rent and sale