Emirates Golf Club
The Majilis Course at Emirates Golf Club situated in the city of Dubai received a multi-million pound investment that went towards improving the grounds. The course was upgraded over seven months to include a state-of-the-art water pumping station and 8,800 meters of piping just in time for the club's 25th anniversary.
Golfers playing the highly-acclaimed Majlis Course at Emirates Golf Club, Dubai, are reaping the benefits of a multi-million pound investment, that pushes the conditioning of the World Top 100* golf course to new levels.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary next year, Emirates Golf Club has used a seven-month period, March to September, to install state-of-the-art, environmentally efficient irrigation systems that significantly enhance the quality and consistency of all playing surfaces on the Majlis Course, while at the same time reducing the course's water consumption.
Craig Haldane, Director of Golf Course Maintenance at Emirates Golf Club, said: "The irrigation project, which took 208 days and over 150,000 man hours to complete, is another major milestone that allows us to maintain the course to the exacting standards that our members and guests have been accustomed to enjoying, ensuring that Emirates Golf Club remains the premier club in the region for many years to come.
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