Where to Stay: Sirene Belek
The Pasha golf course is the perfect complement to the PGA Sultan although slightly shorter at 6300 from the black tee’s the Pasha course has bunkers and water hazards that are every bit as well placed as those on PGA Sultan. The Par 3’s are shorter than those on PGA Sultan but still require well-struck irons to land the undulating greens. There is also a cluster of drivable Par 4’s for the accurate golfer. Accuracy is really key on the Pasha to achieve a good score; The Pasha course is currently ranked 8th best in Turkey, so no stretch of imagination plays second fiddle to PGA Sultan. The fairways are manicured to perfection, and the greens are pristine. This course will certainly allow more scoring opportunities to a wider range of handicaps and is a delightful round of golf. Golf breaks in Turkey offer some of the best golf resorts and courses in Europe, and our team are happy to assist.
“Do not take Pasha for granted; the course can be tricky if you adopt that approach. Trust the distances and play for position off of the tee and more importantly find the right parts of the greens, three puts are common if you hit the wrong side of the greens.”
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