This is golf, Egypt-style. An experience without par anywhere else in the world. Egypt's golfing heritage goes back to the 19th century; you can still play on three historic courses first built by the British over 100 years ago, one right at the base of the mighty Pyramid of Cheops.
In just 10 years, it has gone from its original three standard-bearers to almost 20 top-class golf courses – with many more under construction or planned. The courses are spread right across the country. You can tee off in the historic hearts of the capital, Cairo, and Cleopatra's home city, Alexandria; play on courses which are part of huge, self-contained leisure complexes in Cairo's suburbs; swing away on a pristine stretch of the Mediterranean coast; send a drive soaring towards the Luxor mountains where the pharaohs of ancient Egypt were buried; and sink putts on Red Sea Riviera courses from the Sinai Peninsula to the northern and western Red Sea coasts.
Famous names including Gary Player, Fred Couples and Karl Litten have already put their stamp on Egypt's courses. New projects will bear the hallmarks of such luminaries as Nick Faldo, Greg Norman, Robert Trent Jones Jr, Jack Nicklaus and five-time Open Championship winner Peter Thompson.
Isn't it time you discovered the treasures of Egypt's golf courses for yourself?