Discount summer passes launched by Dubai Golf

Get fit for less this summer at Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

Discount summer passes launched by Dubai Golf

Golf clubs across the city are dropping their prices for summer (as we’ve already seen with Address Montgomerie and others), but if you’re looking for a bargain this summer it’s not all about the golfing action.

There’s plenty going on off-the-course, too, and Dubai Golf, which operates three of the city’s best golf courses, has launched a new deal that’s targeting the non-golfers among us.

The “Summer Leisure” pass from Dubai Golf has got deals on at Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club (no news on Jumeirah Golf Estates yet, sadly), where with prices starting from Dhs450 per month you’ll be able to make the most of each club’s top facilities.

At each golf club, you’ll be able to make the most of the gym facilities and wellness services, as well as the many different dining options on offer.

Whether you’re heading to Boardwalk at Dubai Creek, or Time Out Dubai award-winning French restaurant carine at Emirates Golf Club, or just for an easy-going coffee and a sarnie at Jones the Grocer at either club, you’ll be able to get 20 percent off food, too until Mon September 30.

Memberships cost Dhs450 per month at Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, and Dhs1,000 per month at Emirates Golf Club, each dependent on taking out a three-month contract.

You’ll also be able to get an annual leisure membership across all three courses combined very soon, but prices are yet to be released publicly.

For more deals across the emirate, check out our dedicated channel on summer offers.

And if you want to cool down this summer, have a look at the below Quick Guide to the best waterparks in Dubai.

From Dhs450. Until Mon Sep 30. Various locations, marketing@dubaigolf.com

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