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Flexible payment terms and short term membership options are available for you to enjoy being in the outdoors, playing golf and engaging in your daily activity. Our options are for the experience golfer wanting to play on the 18 hole championship course or for the novice golfers looking to just play on the par 3 course.

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Education City Golf Club has an array of facilities for you to play and learn golf. At the heart of our facilities is an 18 hole course for champions, a 6 hole championship golf course and a floodlit par 3 course. The experience does not stop there as our State-of-the-art Centre of Excellence will help you develop your golf game. Our all inclusive environment welcomes families and friends to join in the experience to play life better.

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March 03, 2020

How QF’s Education City Golf Club is supporting Qatar’s global tourism goals

Newly opened facility is adding to Education City’s appeal as a destination for local and international visitors

Home to a national library, a public art gallery, an equestrian center, a hotel, and, most recently, a golf course – as well as eye-catching and thought-provoking architecture – Qatar Foundation’s Education City has become a true destination. And an international audience will experience it for themselves when the Education City Golf Club (ECGC) – a member of Qatar Foundation – hosts the European Tour’s Commercial Bank Qatar Masters for the first time from March 5-8, welcoming golfers from all over the world.

March 03, 2020

QF’s Education City Golf Club is ‘extraordinary’, says course designer José Maria Olazábal

When the first tee shot of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 2020 is struck at the Education City Golf Club this week, it will be a proud moment for the sporting mind behind the Qatar Foundation course – legendary golfer José Maria Olazábal.

The Spaniard, who twice won the Masters Tournament – one of golf’s top four prizes – and both played in and captained winning European sides in the Ryder Cup, the sport’s greatest team contest, has turned his attention to designing courses rather than dominating them since his top-level playing career ended.

March 03, 2020

QF’s Education City Golf Club is ‘extraordinary’, says course designer José Maria Olazábal

When the first tee shot of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters 2020 is struck at the Education City Golf Club this week, it will be a proud moment for the sporting mind behind the Qatar Foundation course – legendary golfer José Maria Olazábal.

The Spaniard, who twice won the Masters Tournament – one of golf’s top four prizes – and both played in and captained winning European sides in the Ryder Cup, the sport’s greatest team contest, has turned his attention to designing courses rather than dominating them since his top-level playing career ended.

February 26, 2020

Qatar Foundation helps to grow the game of golf in Qatar

The Education City Golf Club, for the first time ever will host the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in March and the facility has placed the community at the heart of its activities in a bid to help grow the game of golf at grassroots level in Qatar. 

February 26, 2020

Qatar Foundation helps to grow the game of golf in Qatar

The Education City Golf Club, for the first time ever will host the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in March and the facility has placed the community at the heart of its activities in a bid to help grow the game of golf at grassroots level in Qatar. 

February 22, 2020

Kaymer returns to Commercial Bank Qatar Masters

Two-time Major Champion Martin Kaymer is the latest star to confirm his participation at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters from March 5-8. The former World Number One joins defending champion Justin Harding in the field as they prepare to tee it up at Education City Golf Club, with the event shifting across the Qatari capital from Doha Golf Club for the first time in the tournament’s 23-year history.