Denizyaka Mah. 1, Denizkent, Kamışlıgöl Küme Evleri No.1, 07550 Manavgat/Antalya, Turkey
Only 300 of 36,000 golf courses in the World are links courses occupying a seaside location. One of them is Lykia Links Antalya, the first and only links golf course in the Mediterranean!
The 18-hole golf course of Lykia Links Antalya is situated on 60-hectares of land offering breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea from every point of the course.
Designed by the famous American golf architect Perry Dye, who has signatured many distinguished golf courses around the world, Lykia Links Antalya is his latest accolade...
Enjoy the convenience of finishing the course and simply walking to the comfort of your room.
Incorporating many firsts in Turkey, Lykia Links Antalya is the only genuine links golf course in the Mediterranean. Rates as one of the top 100 golf courses in Europe, Lykia Links Antalya makes full use the natural landscape and texure of its stunning seaside location. Located on 60 hectares of land and stretching for 6950 m along the sandy beach and blue waters of the Mediterranean, the 18-hole, par 73 professional course was expertly designed by award winning American golf architect, Perry O. Dye. The course features Dye’s signature ‘risk and reward’ theme with the fun that a links course provides.
The Golf Club covers an area of 2500 square meters and includes a Proshop where the latest golf accessories and clothing are available, along with a superb restaurant and bar. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned golfer, Lykia Links Antalya will provide you the golf experience of your dreams. Test your Golf skills Everything is available at Lykia Links Antalya to make you a golf star. Test your skills on the four holes situated inside the sand dunes along the shoreline. Do battle with the dominating sea breeze and the small blind 15th green hole or defy the stadium-style finish of the turtle back green at the 18th hole. Requiring Scottish links course style ‘punch and run’ shots, the patterned fairways of this competitive environment get their inspiration from the famous couses of Scotland which host the British Open tournaments. A series of pot bunkers protect the greens and make it necessary to change location on the fairway