Designed by Greg Norman to exist in harmony with the natural desert landscape, Fire is a tough and, needless to say, a fiery challenge for golfers of all abilities. While the Earth course uses bold colours to provide its contrasts, Fire’s are more refined. The native grasses display a golden glint in the sunlight, and away from the immaculate playing surfaces, large terracotta bunkers punctuate the rolling terrain.
Framed by a wide variety of captivating flora, carefully selected to reflect the overall theme and to enhance its natural setting, Fire is in complete harmony with its surroundings.
Thanks to the undulating topography and stunning natural features, each tee has a unique perspective, increasing both interest and challenge. Tee placements offer variety, with length, direction and elevation constantly changing throughout the course. Strong bunkering has been carefully placed to catch wayward strokes, forcing players to concentrate carefully on tee shot placement.
As for your approach, greens stress the importance of positioning so going directly at the flag may not always be the best option - a wayward shot could carry a heavy penalty. The Fire course is a challenge you’ll relish and an experience you’ll want to repeat.
The Club may impose prescribed standards of dress to respect local culture where appropriate. Jumeirah Golf Estates’ operates a soft spike policy. Metal spikes are not permitted. Although handicaps are not required, all golfers must be able to play to a minimum ability as follows; Men - 28 handicap and Ladies - 36 handicap. This will ensure they enjoy the golfing experience on both of our courses Fire and Earth.
Tailored trousers or shorts are required. T-shirt with collar and sleeves is required and must be worn inside the trousers or shorts at all times. Mock neck golf shirts are permitted. Tailored shorts with side pockets are permitted.
Golf shirts or blouses are required. Golf trousers, shorts or skirts are required. Ladies round neck golf T-shirts are permitted.
Golf shoes with soft spikes or flat-soled training shoes are required. Socks are required.
|4th - 8th July||Summer Maintenance|
|11th - 13th July||Summer Maintenance|
|29th - 31st August||Overseeding|
|1st - 2nd September||Summer Maintenance|
|1st - 4th November||Overseeding|
|15th - 21st November||DP World Tour Championship|