Dubai: Falcon Golf launched a new website on Monday detailing everything visitors need to know about golf in Dubai.
The new site, www.golfindubai.com was launched at the Asia Golf Tourism Convention in Danang, Vietnam, and provides information on tournaments, courses, facilities and hospitality.
Falcon Golf was launched in February to optimise the benefits golf brings to the city, working closely with clubs, sponsors and local authorities.
Peter Dawson, chairman of Falcon Golf said: “Driving greater golf tourism is one of the key goals we set ourselves on our establishment, and I’m delighted that just a few months into our operations we have launched a website which for the first time provides one place where Dubai’s fantastic golf offering is showcased in full.
“A co-ordinated approach between all parties who together make up Dubai’s golf experience will unquestionably pay dividends for all concerned. golfindubai.com is one important step in our endeavour to rekindle awareness among discerning holiday makers, business travellers and Dubai residents of the enjoyment they all can have playing or watching golf here.
“Not many places in the world can so readily offer the access to walk in the footsteps of champions like Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia and Shanshan Feng while playing a round of golf during your holiday or business trip. Dubai can, and thanks to the new website, finding out how has become a lot easier.”
Helal Saeed Al Marri, director general of Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) said: “Dubai is one of the most esteemed golf locations in the world and has much to offer beyond the courses, from incredible hotels and pristine beaches, as well as world-class attractions for all ages, such as Dubai Mall, the Burj Khalifa and amazing water and theme parks.
“With more courses in the pipeline to complement the world-class choices already available, and initiatives such as this new website, there is huge potential for the sport to help us hit our target of 20 million visitors by 2020.”