Second Pan Arab Endodontic Conference 2012

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Dubai is a golfer's paradise. If you fancy a splendid game of golf, then head down to any of Dubai’s spectacular courses and tee off on your best event ever. Most of the leading golf courses are nestled on the outskirts of the city to offer a peaceful and picturesque environment. Play your way down the immaculate fairways, which are surrounded by beautiful lakes and tall palm trees. But if you want to escape from the heat, especially during summers, then take this unique opportunity to put under the floodlights.


.....Emirates Golf Club

The Desert Miracle'- That was the name given to Emirates Golf Club when it became the first all-grass championship golf course in the Gulf region, way back in 1988.And so it remains to this day, even though many have followed in its footsteps. His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s brainchild still inspires awe amongst all who play its verdant green golf courses, as well as those who simply visit its unique and ageless Clubhouse.


.....Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

Voted one of the world’s ‘Top 100 Must-Play Golf Courses’, is a resort that incorporates an 18 hole championship golf course, a 9 hole Par 3 course, golf academy, six restaurants and bars, gymnasium, tropical swimming pool, the 225-bedroom Park Hyatt Dubai, 92 residential executive villas and a 121-berth marina.


.....The Montgomerie Dubai

Located in Emirates Hills, this potential par 72 championship course covers more than 200 acres and boasts of some unique characteristics including the world’s largest green and the Snake Hole.Play on a 360-degree teeing ground and enjoy the challenges of a totally different golf hole every time you tee off. Also, try your skills to putt on the 656 yards 18th, which is considered to be the signature hole of the course.


.....Al Badia Golf Course

The magnificent Al Badia 18-hole championship golf course is designed by internationally renowned golf architect, Robert Trent Jones II.Built on the banks of Dubai Creek as part of the waterfront Dubai Festival City, this 7,250 yards, par 72 course is visually stunning with its use of water and sculpted fairways.


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