Emirates Golf Club News

Emirates Golf Club Cleans Up!

Over 120 colleagues from Dubai Golf recently joined together to clean up Emirates Golf Club as part of the 'Clean Up the World' initiative.  The activity took place as Emirates Golf Club celebrates their 25th year of operation.

The team managed to fill over 130 bags of rubbish, collected from the iconic courses and grounds of the Club.  Volunteers included colleagues from all areas of the club  such as teams from food and beverage, golf operations and the central reservations and recreation staff, the clean up team also included Golf Professionals, Andrew Whitelaw - General Manager and Christopher May  -Chief Executive Officer.

The staff met in the early hours of the morning on a very hot day and were grouped into teams and assigned areas to collect rubbish from.  Following the clean up operation the volunteers were all rewarded with a big breakfast cooked by the Club's culinary team.

Andrew Whitelaw, General Manager of Emirates Golf Club commented, "The Emirates Golf Club clean up took place as one of the initiatives to support our 25th anniversary.  Emirates Golf Club has been the pioneer of golf in the Middle East, we are all extremely proud of our club and it has been fantastic to join together to improve our surroundings."

Dubai Golf is planning further clean up initiatives later in the year at both Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club.