8-day experience | Abu Dhabi plus Dubai

The season-ending DP World Tour Championship sees the year’s 60 best conclude the Race to Dubai. You’ll be there to watch the winner crowned as part of a trip that features the very best golf in the UAE across Abu Dhabi and Dubai, even including a tee time on the tournament course just two days after its completion.

Sample itinerary:  

Day 1 Arrive and overnight at choice of Abu Dhabi hotel / Day 2 Golf: Abu Dhabi GC / Day 3 Golf: Yas Links / Day 4 Golf: Saadiyat Beach / Day 5 Attend DP World Championship final day and overnight in choice of Dubai hotel / Day 6 Golf: Emirates GC  / Day 7 Golf: Earth Course, Jumeirah Golf Estates / Day 8: Departures

The Golf Courses 

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Abu Dhabi GC

Annual host of the HSBC Championship and home to the iconic falcon-inspired clubhouse

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Yas Links 

Many people’s top rated course in the UAE, a rollercoaster of championship modern coastal golf

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Saadiyat Beach 

Wrapped around the St. Regis and packed with simply jaw-dropping infinity green panoramas

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Emirates GC

The Majlis is the King of golf in the Middle East - the course that began it all in the 1970s

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Jumeirah Golf Estates

Tournament course, tournament setup will be the order of the day on the astounding Earth Course

The Hotels 

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Westin Abu Dhabi Resort

Geared for golfers and on the same site as Abu Dhabi GC

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InterContinental Dubai Marina

Located ideally for Dubai attractions at the heart of the marina

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St. Regis, Saadiyat Island

Opulence and indulgence amid a truly luxurious beach resort

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Park Hyatt Dubai

A five-star haven on the shores of Dubai Creek

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The Tournament

The curtain closes on the European Tour season at Jumeirah Golf Estate where the Earth Course, a sprawling championship layout, sets the scene for the year’s top 60 earners vie for the Race to Dubai title. The stellar field repeatedly produces world class winners: Stenson (2), McIlroy (2) and Rahm in recent outings. There should be much to play for and, with relatively small crowds for the stature of the event, spectators can get in close to watch some of the game’s finest in action.