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LykiaLinks Antalya Top Turkish Golf Course 2011

8.51am 2nd December 2011 - Travel

LykiaLinks Antalya has been voted the highest ranking Turkish golf course in Golf World’s ranking of the Top 100 Golf Courses in Europe.

The awards aim to produce a true golfer’s guide to the best courses in Europe and LykiaLinks’ win asTurkey’s leading golf course is an acknowledgement of the course’s unique golf offering inTurkeyas theMediterranean’s only genuine links golf course.

Designed by famed golf course architect Perry Dye, LykiaLinks boasts Dye’s trademarks of deep bunkers bordered by railway sleepers and undulating fairways presenting golfers with a typical Dye ‘risk and reward’ style game sure to challenge and delight beginners through to pros.

Set in Belek, one of Europe’s most vibrant golfing regions, LykiaLinks’ 18-hole championship course offers breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea andTaurus mountainsfrom every point. Spread along 60 hectares of Mediterranean coast, LykiaLinks resembles the best Scottish links courses, with the added benefit of balmy winter temperatures and over 300 days of sunshine annually.

LykiaLinks Antalya Golf Manager Ayhan Gökdemir said, “We are extremely proud of LykiaLinks’ accolade as the number one ranking Turkish golf course and we continue to work hard to bring golfers the definitive golfing experience inTurkey, from the quality course to the stylish five star offering at LykiaWorld Antalya resort.”

Guests wishing to make the most of their golfing experience at LykiaLinks Antalya can opt to stay in one of LykiaWorld’s stunning duplex Golf Villas, featuring indoor and outdoor private pools with direct access to the course and Clubhouse.


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