The Glyfada Golf Course structure
The golf course structure and habitat have remained unchanged since they were designed.
The fairways are surrounded by pine trees, cypress trees, and olive and fig trees, without large differences in height. The slightly rolling terrain is easy to walk.
Starting from the elevated 1st tee, you’ve got a view of the sea, and moving on, you ascend the 3rd hole par 5 to find yourself facing the sea, following the 4th, 5th and 6th holes. Care should be taken to avoid the out of bounds on the left side.
The 7th hole, at 480m, is the longest par 5, followed by the beautiful par3 8th and then the most challenging hole on the course, the 9th. The difficulty is in targeting the elevated green over the flat ravine, which requires a long approach onto a sloping green.
Arriving back at the starting point, near the Club House, you have the option of a short refreshing break.
Continuing on to the 10th hole, you head back to the south. When you reach the green, the picturesque church of St. Dimitrios is on your left (time for a snapshot!) As you move on to the 11th hole, the landscape changes. Set against Mount Hymettus, the 12th hole ( the longest par 3 at 180m.) leads to the 13th hole, which you aim on the left because of the road on the right.
The beautiful 14th hole with its spectacular green requires a walk up to the long 15th hole par 5 , with remnants of the old creek before the green.
The 17th hole with its beautiful green and view of Mount Hymettus leads to the last hole, the 18th, which climbs to an elevated green, perhaps the hardest on the course .Built on two levels (visible from a distance), it is protected by two deep bunkers on the right and a steep slope on the left, complicating your second hit.
When you finish the course, you can enjoy a meal or a drink at the Club House while you admire the breathtaking sunset.
The golf course includes:
The main 18-hole golf course
Par 72 5608 m for men (yellow tees)
5042 m for women (red tees)
Course rating Men: 69.5
Slope rating Men: 126
Tuesday – Sunday : 7:30 pm. until sunset
Monday : ( winter time)12:00 pm until sunset
(summer time) 13:00 pm until sunset
Practice Range Area
Driving Range (280m long)
Balls : 2€ for 25
Tuesday -Sunday: 7:30am until sunset
Monday : ( winter time )12:00 pm until sunset
(summer time) 13: 00 pm until sunset
Closed on 1/1, Easter day, 15/8, 25/12
In the golf course area, there are two tennis courts of high standards.
Lessons are given upon request by professional coaches with years of experience.
The tennis courts are available for rent.
Contact us for availability between 7am and 11pm.
For members of the golf course, use of the tennis court is free.