Egypt Golf: Marriot Mirage City Golf in Cairo, Egypt

Marriott Mirage City Golf Club

When it comes to great golf experiences, the newly opened Golf Club at the Mirage City JW Marriott hotel in New Cairo doesn't miss a detail. Visitors to Cairo can now experience a new level of excellence in both hospitality and golf. By erecting one of the world's most palatial clubhouses and the Mid-East's most unique and challenging golf designs, the Mirage City Golf Club and Marriott can provide both individuals and groups with all their golf, catering and dining needs.

The golf course is at the intersection of the Cairo Ring Road and the Cairo-Suez Highway and covers 250 acres.

There are three different types of memberships. The Founder's Club will be restricted to Mirage City Villa Owners. The President's Club is the year membership plan for the avid golfer and family members. There will also be a Corporate Club valid for 10 years for those corporations that want to enhance the lifestyle of their corporate delegates and families.

About the Course: 18 holes, Par 72, 6944 yards, rating 73, three tees
Who can Play: Annual memberships, daily golf for guests at Marriott, tourist groups welcome
Golf Services: Pro Shop, caddies, power carts, driving range, club rental, tournaments, beverage and food service on the course
Learning to Play: Golf Pro, lessons, swing analyzer and other electronic equipment, golf academy
About the Clubhouse: Three restaurants, function rooms, bar, billiards, library, board room
The JW Marriott Hotel: Opening in May 2001, the JW Marriott has 375 guest rooms and suites, six restaurants, four bars, function rooms, four swimming pools, sauna, steam, exercise facilities, health spa, equestrian club

The Mirage City Golf Course

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Last Updated: June 19th, 2011