You’ll feel like you’ve checked in to paradise when you enter the exclusive 5-star Steigenberger Makadi on the shores of Madinat Makadi: fantastic sea views, an 18-hole championship golf course just around the corner, and the far-reaching Makadi Bay at your fingertips. In addition to activities like diving, snorkelling, and sailing you can enjoy the beautiful sandy beach.
83 rooms and 10 Executive Suites await you with tasteful decor. On the terrace or balcony, you can enjoy views of the golf course or the sea. Adding to your comfort, you’ll enjoy the following facilities: independent air-conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, safe and minibar.
Providing exclusive vacations to travelers of all ages and interests. One of the major highlights of the resort is the Madinat Makadi 18-hole Championship Golf Course, which is the longest in the region being 6880 m/7500 yards in length.
Golfing at Madinat Makadi is guaranteed to be a rewarding experience with the stunning views of the Red Sea, mountains, beautiful landscapes, and all-year-round sunshine. Madinat Makadi is considered an ideal destination for golfers of all levels.
The driving range has three t-off areas with a total of about 100 t-boxes for golf lessons and clinics. It is equipped with target bunkers an-greens.
On three complete championship practice holes (Par3/4/5/) beginners can learn to play on real golf holes and meet all the characteristics of golfplay before they can proof their sportsmanship on the 9-hole Par 3 Executive course. Experienced Golf Professionals offer from beginner course to individual coaching for advanced players all kinds of teaching lessons .
18 Holes Championship Course – a great challenge
With a length of 6880 m/7500 yards Madinat Makadi’s golf course is the longest in Egypt, that on the one hand is not easy to play but on the other hand the six t-boxes on every hole will give enjoyment also to the higher handicaps and especially to the ladies. The championship course will surely reach a CR/Slope between 142 and 144.
Three artificial lakes surrounded by flowers and local plants on the front nine holes are a treat for one’s eyes but also a great challenge in golf play. From 12 holes the golfer can enjoy the fantastic view to the dark blue Red Sea. The back nine holes are predominated by a desert landscape interrupted by full green fairways, tee’s and greens.
All in all the assessment of this championship course is: “challenging and difficult but fair”