Located on the outskirts of Cairo , Golf and Tennis Resort is part of Dreamland City , currently the worlds largest private sector development. Once completed this 2,000 acre project will also include a theme park, shopping center, 16 cinemas, equestrian riding center, more than ten thousand residential units, nine hotels, conference center, an additional 9 hole course and the worlds largest clubhouse.
Clubhouse and Amenities: Fully stocked pro shop and locker rooms. Rental equipment and power carts. Swiss Inn Restaurant and Lounge. Tow on course snack bars and refreshment carts. Eight night lit tennis courts and swimming pool. Golf Academy : International professional instruction. Private lessons, group clinics and video analysis. Night lit, turf driving range with 6 target greens. Three practice greens for putting and bunker play.
Narrow serpentine fairways wind around grassy mounds and lakes contrast with golden desert sand and offer spectacular views of the Great Pyramids of Giza . The Dreamland Golf Course is an exceptional 18 hole, par 72 layout designed by renowned golf architect Karl Litten. About the Course: 18 holes, Par 72, 7205 yards, rating 74, four tees. Who can Play: Annual memberships, daily golf, tourist groups welcome. Golf Services: Pro Shop, caddies, power carts, club rental, tournaments, food and beverage on the course. Learning to Play: Golf Pro, lessons, swing analyzer and other electronics, golf academy About the Clubhouse: Restaurant and bar. Other Facilities: Tennis academy with six clay courts, pro shop, tennis pro, lessons, tournaments; exercise facilities, swimming pool, adjacent to amusement park; Hilton Resort Hotel opening 2001 Dreamland tests all of your skills
3 Par 4 360 yards
The shortest Par four on the course features a winding fairway with a bunker on the left and OB to the right. Two large bunkers protect a large flat putting surface. Par 5 530 yards
This narrow par five doglegs left to a smallish green well protected by two bunkers in front and one on the left. Par 4 455 yards
This long par four doglegs to the right. A fairway trap penalizes drives missed left while trees and heavy rough greet shots pushed right. The green is slightly elevated and is flanked by bunkers. Par 3 200 yards
This scenic par three is fronted by a large pond and requires the player to fly the ball to the green. The putting surface slopes from back to front with a sand trap at waters edge, and a bunker in behind. Par 4 440 yards
This long par four, generally playing into the prevailing wind is one of the most difficult holes on the course. Beware of the tiger line. A pond running up the right hand side will eat up any slight misses. The green is large with two traps. Par 5 580 yards
The longest and perhaps most scenic hole on the course doglegs left around a large pond. Your elevated approach shot will have you hitting down to a heavily guarded and sloping green. Par 4 380 yards
A three wood or long iron off the tee will take the fairway traps right and left out of play, leaving a mid to short iron to the green. Proper club selection is crucial in order to be on the same level as the pin. Par 3 170 yards
The shortest hole on the course requires a tee shot over water to a severely sloping green protected by two gaping bunkers in front and one in back. Keep the ball below the hole for your best chance at birdie. Par 4 405 yards
This character hole is distinguished by two sand traps lying squarely in the center of the fairway. A pond and small traps guard the green to the right, while a large bunker in back awaits over-hits. Like on #7 the putting surface has two tiers. Par 4 430 yards
Generally playing directly into the prevailing wind, this long narrow dogleg right is extremely difficult. A rolling fairway and awkward stances complicate wood or long iron approach shots. The green is deep and flanked by large bunkers and a pond comes into play for over hits or skulled shots from the traps. Par 5 575 yards
As tough a par five as you will likely ever find. Sand traps guarding both sides of the fairway force you to not only be long off the tee, but accurate as well. The small green is elevated and guarded front left by bunkers and front right by a severe slope. Par 4 435 yards
This par four, dogleg left, has four sand traps lining the right side of this very wide fairway. Four bunkers protect a small green which slopes from back to front. Par 3 190 yards
This short birdie hole begins with an elevated tee shot over water. Three green side traps protect the putting surface. Par 4 395 yards
This par four dogleg left is not long but requires a precise drive or three wood down the middle. Three fairway traps lie on the right and a large trap and cluster of trees will dissuade players trying to cut the corner. A narrow green flanked by deep bunkers makes for an exciting approach. Par 5 550 yards
This par five features a double dogleg with a fairway trap penalizing pulled tee shots left. A large sand bunker 60 yards out from the green puts pressure on second shots. The green is very small and difficult to hold. Do not over hit this green. A pond lies behind to the left, and the putting surface slopes from back to front. Par 4 410 yards
This par four doglegs to the right around a massive bunker and generally plays into the wind. A mound of rocks to the right of the fairway will severely penalize short pushes or slices off the tee. The green is large and protected by two traps. Par 3 225 yards
This long par three requires a long iron or wood from the tee. The green is large and surrounded by four sand traps. Par 4 475 yards
The longest par four on the course generally plays down wind, and doglegs slightly to the left around a huge fairway bunker. Approach shots are hit over water to a green guarded by two traps.