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Caesarea Golf Club

The Caesarea Golf Club, is a prestigious, elegant club in which one can have business meetings, enjoy the open spaces and especially enjoy a feeling of freedom and an addictive challenging game
by: Israel Traveler   |   19.12.2011

 

The prestigious Golf Club in Caesarea was founded 50 years ago by the Rothschild Family, and provides a unique experience of the world’s most international and elegant sport, around which the prestigious residential neighborhood adjacent to the club was also built.

The Golf Club spreads over 250 beautiful green acres and was given a facelift a few years ago by the world’s famous golf course architect, Pete Day. The club was smartly redesigned to pose a challenge and has well-kept lawns and an artificial lake.

The Golf Club has 450 members and it includes 18 and 9 holes courses. In addition to the golf courses, the club has a charming bistro viewing the green lawns, and on its balcony peacocks pace around. At the bistro there is a VIP room, a beautiful balcony and an elegant lobby for the golf players.

The Golf Club offers beginners golf courses and there is even an academy for children from the age of 8, who were also captivated by the game.

The Golf Club hosts various competitions, such as the Israeli Open Championship, the Club Championship, Families Championship and more.

Golf can connect between a father and a son or between business partners and gives one the feeling of peace and of a high quality of life.

The beautiful Club’s store offers the players a great variety of accessories- Golf clubs, great umbrellas for rainy days, special sunglasses and also amusing figurines.

Along the unending lawns people walk or drive golf carts and everything takes place in an endless peacefulness and a liberating sense of freedom.

 

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