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Arabian Ranches Golf Club launches May 2012 Golf Specials

Arabian Ranches Golf Club (ARGC), located in the heart of the Arabian Ranches and a key leisure asset of Emaar Hospitality Group, has launched its early summer rates for 2012.

Through the course of May, Arabian Ranches will be offering an unmatched 18-hole green fee, which is inclusive of range balls and cart fee. The promotion is available to members and visitors from AED 265.

Elliott Gray, General Manager, Arabian Ranches Golf Club, said: “The special offers by the Arabian Ranches Golf Club to golfers and golf enthusiasts underscore our commitment to promoting the sport, and above all to add value to our members and visitors.”

Arabian Ranches Golf Club features an 18-hole, par 72, desert style grass course designed by Ian Baker-Finch in association with Nicklaus Design. The course has a unique character offered by indigenous shrubs and bushes. Golfers are provided with GPS (global positioning system) yardage service on every golf cart. The club offers practice facilities on the flood-lit driving range, which is open until 9pm every day.

For more details please call Golf Reservations on 04–3663000.
 

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