WATCH THE WORLD’S BEST GOLFERS WITH ALL-NEW VIP HOSPITALITY AT THE OMEGA DUBAI DESERT CLASSIC
Exclusive elevated deck overlooking the iconic 18th green on the Majlis Course at Emirates Golf Club awaits as defending champion Bryson DeChambeau confirms his return to the Dubai.
An exciting new hospitality experience has been announced for the Omega Dubai Desert Classic that will see guests enjoy the thrills and spills of four-days play overlooking the iconic risk-reward 18th hole of the Majlis Course at Emirates Golf Club from 23-26 January 2020.
On sale from 25 September, this evolution of the popular Terrace Hospitality package will offer a unique ringside seat as the drama unfolds in the closing holes of the tournament, as players decide whether to take on the green – and the water hazard short of the hole – with the title on the line.
Guests will also have access to the clubhouse overlooking the vast putting green and first tee, offering an opportunity to grab a bite to eat and much needed refreshment, while also watching the best golfers in the world warm up and embark on their round.
With Bryson DeChambeau returning to the Dubai next January to defend the title he won in such spectacular fashion last year, alongside past European Ryder Cup players, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Ian Poulter, Henrik Stenson, Rafa Cabrera Bello and Lee Westwood, there is no better time to be planning a trip to the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
This is the first round of player announcements with many more star players to be announced in coming weeks.
“In such a congested market with so many events vying for people’s attention, we could not be more excited about our new hospitality offer at next year’s Omega Dubai Desert Classic,” said Greg Sproule, Chief Executive Officer, Falcon and Associates. “By giving our VIP guests such a privileged view of the action at 18, a hole iconic around the world, we are letting them get closer to the action than ever before. Coupled with our industry-renowned F&B offering and the return of so many world-class golfers, that makes for a hugely compelling offer.”