(PRWEB UK) 13 November 2012
Golf is one of the world’s most popular sports, and the luxurious, laid-back lifestyle that surrounds it is exemplified perfectly in Dubai. The city is well known for its wealth; reflected in the opulent hotels, lavish shopping malls and spectacular architecture, which makes a perfect place to host the DP World Tour Championship golf event. This is the final round in the European Tour Race to Dubai which runs from 22 November-25 November 2012 at the Jumeirah Golf Estates Course, and with plenty at stake for the world’s top players, this will be a hotly contested event with some great talent on show.
In previous years the event has been won by Alavaro Quiros of Spain, Robert Karlsson of Sweden, and England’s Lee Westwood. This year there’s no let-up in the competition with Ian Poulter, fresh from his second WGC title and red-hot favourite Rory McIlroy both teeing up. The event is set to draw in Golf fans from around the world who will be spoilt for choice owing to the many luxury hotels in Dubai that boast impressive facilities.
Jebel Ali is without doubt the best area in Dubai for Golf lovers, boasting some great hotels offering superb hospitality. The Jebel Ali Hotel has the proud title as Dubai’s first All Inclusive hotel and houses a health spa, horse riding academy, and an archery range. The jewel in the crown for golf fans of course will be the fact that the Jebel Ali is set amongst a championship golf course.
The Palm Tree Court & Spa hotel is another great choice for golf enthusiasts, also located on the Jebel Ali course. When not teeing off, players can enjoy the adjacent 800 metre private beach or drink and dine in the numerous bars and restaurants. A relaxing walk in the gardens featuring waterfalls streams and ponds is also an option.
Dubai is the perfect back drop for a game of golf, both watching and playing, and the fact that luxury hotels and world-class facilities are par-for-the-course here mean holidays makers will score a hole-in-one when choosing a trip to Dubai.