The Mediterranean 10
507 • 458 • 311 • 432
The best direction for the tee shot is on the right half
of the hill. If the drive is placed at 200 to 225 m or
over 245 m the ball rolls from a slight down hill lie to
at lies slight dog leg left leaves an easy second shot
a Fairway wood.
The Mediterranean 11
134 • 128 • 112 • 92
My favorite view a panorama of the Taurus range
with more than 220 mountains and the Mediterranean
Sea on the other side! Here you have to play
over a slope before the green. A shot short or left of
the green will leave you in trouble.
The Mediterranean 12
371 • 355 • 247 • 338
On the right the sea in fascinating colors and in the
background the Belek Hotels. The out of bounds on
the right and a pin on the left hand side of the
fairway make this hole the most difficult.
The Mediterranean 13
262 • 241 • 230 • 223
The easiest hole of the second 9 hole. The direct shot
to the green is made harder by fairway bunkers at
200 to 225 m. Fade the drive and you will have the
best change to attack the green.
The Mediterranean 14
384 • 364 • 354 • 326
A dog leg right with a view of the Club House. The
best place for your drive is on the left hand side of
the fairway. There the ball has a change of a bounce
forward to the middle of the fairway leaving an
optimal shot to the green.
The Mediterranean 15
330 • 306 • 284 • 277
Here precision is more important than distance a
pine tree on the right side at 225 m defends the
driving zone, take your time on the shot to the
green. The green is larger than you think.
The Mediterranean 17
380 • 359 • 321 • 315
The direct line to the green is defended by three
pines on the left half of the fairway. The tight 20 m
wide drive zone lies to the right side of the fairway
between 3 pine trees and fairway bunker, shot left in
front of the pine trees leaves a very long approach
shot to an elevated green.
The Mediterranean 18
438 • 417 • 383 • 379
The view to the 18th takes in the terrace of the Club
house. Distance is demanded to give yourself a
change to reach the green in two from the elevated
tee. The driving zone is defended by a fairway
bunker at 210 m. To ensure par, keep the second
shot left of the water hazard and green for an easy