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What is the Best Time of the Year to Visit Dubai for a Golf Holiday?

Home to 3 of the top 100 golf courses in the world, Dubai has never been more appealing, not only as a chance to escape the British winter, but also a chance to perfect your swing in either desert or beachfront golf courses. The golf scene in Dubai is certainly a vibrant one, and during the winter months, plays home to many professional tournaments too. Weighing up what means more to you is the only way to decide the ‘best time of the year’ to visit Dubai. This is due to the professional tournaments and increased exposure Dubai receives in the winter months, and the increased prices this can bring. Although, as a golf enthusiast, this is most likely the best time of the year to visit Dubai. As the summer is when you find the blistering heat, November to March enjoy the best climates to visit for a golf holiday.

When Will I Get the Best Value Golf Holiday in Dubai?

Dubai is ever increasing in its popularity as a golf holiday destinations. Avoiding June to September would give any golfer the best chance to enjoy their game without the additional heat and expense. For the best value for money a golf holiday here would be in the months of:
  •  January
  • February
  • March
  • November
  • December
The most expensive months to play golf in Dubai are:
  • July
  • August
  • September

When is the Cheapest Time to Fly to Dubai?

While November and December may enjoy a slight reduction on the price of a flight to Dubai this is only very slight. The year-round prices to this stunning destination are pretty much level. Therefore, the decision rests with you on just exactly, when would you like to go away.

What are the Best Golf Courses in Dubai?

The Best Golf Courses in Dubai are listed below. For more information on each of these courses please click on the course name to be taken to a detailed information page where you can also request and book Tee Times .
  1. Emirates Golf Majlis Course
  2. Dubai Creek Golf Club
  3. Jumeriah Golf Estates EARTH Course
  4. Jumeriah Golf Estates FIRE Course
  5. The Els Club

What are the Best Golf Resorts in Dubai?

The tried and tested method for calculating what we consider to be the Best Golf Resorts in Dubai is, to combine the range of quality accommodation available and pair with the finest surrounding golf courses. Having cross referenced this information, here are our favorite Golf Resorts in Dubai:
  • The Address Montgomerie Dubai
  • Moevenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate
  • Anatara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa
  • Atlantis The Palm Dubai
  • Jumerirh Zabeel Saray

Are there Any Golf and Spa Resorts in Dubai?

With so many 5 star resorts around and many of them offing spa facilities, I can’t see why anyone would say no to taking time out to relax and unwind. Golf and Spa breaks are becoming increasingly popular and Dubai is the perfect place to leave behind any baggage and pamper yourself in, golf and spa paradise. This not only satisfies any golfer’s need but also those of any non-golfing companion as well.

Top Golf and Spa Resorts in Dubai

  • The Address Montgomerie Dubai
  • Moevenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate
  • Anatara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa

How to Find a Cheap Golf Holiday in Dubai?

As a nation of holiday goers and sun seekers, is it any wonder we are always looking for the best deal possible? Why pay more, when we can pay less? When looking to find the cheapest golf holiday in Dubai all you need to do is apply the same logic as with any other cost cutting area of your life. Find out what you want and when you want it, then cross reference it with any external influences such as peak times and school holidays. This way you should be onto a winner in getting some of the best deals around. The only other thing I would suggest you watch out for is the heat. As this is a golf holiday, only you will know what kind of climate you will enjoy, but too many very hot days on the course may take away some of the pleasure from you game.

What are the Most Upmarket Regions in Dubai?

More commonly known as Dubai, the city is only one part of the vast desert area that forms the emirate with the same name. From shopping to golfing, great homes to ice-skating rinks, some of the main areas around the region to watch out for would be, Deira, Bur Dubai and Oud Metha.

What are the Best Regions for Nightlife in Dubai?

First and foremost, it is, I feel, very important to remember that Dubai is an Islamic state. This of course comes will many restrictions on what you can and can’t do on a visit here. Staying in a great beach resort with all they have on offer and it might become easy to forget where you are. However, I feel it is worth mentioning that it is against the law to drink in public, or to be intoxicated in public; so always take a taxi directly to the hotel after a night out. Alcohol is available in hotel and club restaurants and bars; restaurants outside hotels are not allowed to serve alcoholic beverages. This doesn’t mean you cannot enjoy yourself though, just take care as you. Dubai has so much to offer and staying with in your resort or in a neighbouring one would surely suit all your nightlife needs.

Are there Any All-Inclusive Golf Resorts in Dubai?

At this, all-inclusive isn’t something readily available in Dubai however, with creature comforts all around you are sure not to have any trouble finding somewhere to dine and partake in a spot of relaxation.

How Much Will the Airline Charge me to Take My Golf Clubs to Dubai?

Depending on which airline you are flying with, taking your golf clubs with you can be an expensive business. Most ‘Budget’ airlines charge between £60 - £100 for golf club carriage.
  • British Airways £0
  • Qantas – between 70 and 90 AUD depending on weight and when you advise them you are taking the extra luggage (advance or at airport)
  • Emirates – One golf bag as your checked luggage or you can pay the extra luggage fee which can be up to 175 USD
  • Virgin Atlantic – one bag allowed as part of your allowance
  • Royal Brunei - eligible for a 12kg waiver on allowance weight

Should I take My Golf Clubs or Hire Them When I Get to Dubai?

As you can see, from the list of airlines that will take your golf clubs abroad, this is most definitely an option to consider. However, taking a closer look at the situation can prove to be prudent. The main reason for this is that it often compromises your amount of luggage. So, setting aside for a moment any additional charge or risk of loss or damage, it does sometimes mean forfeiting a suitcase for your journey. At the end of the day the decision is a personal one, but here we have shown you the facts.

Which Airlines Fly into Dubai?

  • British Airways
  • Qantas
  • Emirates
  • Virgin Atlantic
  • Royal Brunei