Emirates Golf Club's second championship golf course, which
opened in 1996, was named 'The Wadi', taken from the Arabic word
for 'valley'. Redesigned in 2005 by golf legend and six-time major
winner Nick Faldo, the course now combines a stunning visual design
with the nuances and challenges of any championship course in just
the right measure, providing visitors an exceptionally enjoyable
The new course was re-named 'The Faldo' when it re-opened in
October 2006. A par-73, the course has proved to be as popular as
its predecessor and lures players to the challenge of its 7,348
A natural wadi running the length of the course comes in to play
without being classified as a hazard , and along with Faldo's
trademark tees and bunkers are combined with the naturally rugged
terrain to create a unique golfing experience.
'The Faldo' has surpassed all of its expectations and is
regarded as one of the finest courses in Dubai.
The course record for the Faldo course is held by Michael
Harradine, who shot a 66 during the Men Club Championship Round 1
on 20th January 2012.
The Faldo course Interactive Walkthrough