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Overview


At Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club guests are as welcome as members, and beginners as welcome as experienced players.

Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club boasts a 9 hole, fully floodlit golf course which enables play well into the evening. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Peter Harradine, if played twice, this wall to wall grass oasis will provide a par 72 layout that stretches in excess of the 7,300 yard mark. Described as a pleasure to play but a challenge to par, the course features between 5 and 7 different tees on every hole, vast water features, generous fairways, large and challenging bunkers and unique undulations; all of which ensure this golfing paradise offers a fair but tough test to every level of golfer and one you will relish time and time again.

Course Operating Hours

Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday

First tee time 06:40

Last tee time for 18 holes 18:00

Last tee time for 9 holes 20:00


Tuesdays

First tee time 06:40

Last tee time for 18 holes 19:00

Last tee time for 9 holes 21:00


Academy

Range balls served from
06:20 - 21:30 every day with lights out at 22:15

Bag Drop

Available all 7 days a week from 06:00 - 22:30

On Course Services

Available from 06:40 - 23:30. The supervisor can be contacted at any time via the number provided on the golf carts



Notice

Dear Member Guests

To further aid preparations and help present our course in its best possible condition for the 2nd Sharjah Senior Golf Masters (March 4 - 10) kindly take note of the following:

Golf carts will not be in operation midweek from January 21st until after the Sharjah Senior Golf Masters.

  • Carts will be used as normal at weekends.
  • Exceptions midweek extend to management approved shotgun starts only.
  • Trolleys are available for members to use at no cost.
  • Limited caddies will be available on a first come first served basis (no reservations). Minimum caddy charges are AED 60 for 9 holes and AED 120 for 18 holes.
  • We anticipate increased footfall in the month leading up to the event so it is highly recommended that you call, email or Whatsapp golf reservations to book tee times in advance (even midweek).
  • Your efforts to help us reduce divots, cigarette butts and most significantly pitch marks over the comings weeks will be extremely valuable to the clubs impression on the players and global audience
  • As you are all aware the SSGM is free entry and we hope to see as many of you here as possible over the course of the championship week. There will be some activities exclusively for SGSC members which you will all be informed of closer to the time
  • Anyone wishing to volunteer over the 3 days of the tournament (for scoring, caddying or marshaling) can enroll via: Click Here
  • If you aren't already following event news on the SSGM Facebook page be sure to join at: Click Here or visit the event website: www.st.golf/Sharjah


Club Captains


Mukti Sangpang Rai | Nepal

Men's Captain | 2017 - 2018

I arrived to Dubai on 1987, and start working with a Shipping Company. I currently work with Acer Computer nearly for 20 years. My Golf game was inspired by a gentleman name Joseph Tsai Hon, Counsel General of Taiwan in late 80s. I used to play on the desert course at Jebel Ali very often, which made me fearless to hit out of a bunker at any time.

I am married to Polly Rai, who doesn't play golf but is a true supporter of my game. We have a daughter, Mona Rai and a Son, Aswin Rai.

Apart from the work, family, friends rest of my time goes to Golf. I have very strong support from my family therefore, I believe I am confident in myself to play quite stable Golf and able to maintain single digit handicap.


Sanjoy Das | India

Men's Vice Captain

I was born & raised in a middle class family in Kolkata, India. My father had played first class cricket for Bengal & there always was a sporting tradition in the family. Completed my graduation from St Xaviers college in Kolkata and started working in the logistics industry back in early eighties.

Moved to Dubai in 1986 & got married in 1988. My wife Mita & me have two sons Siddhartha & Aditya both born & raised in Dubai. Started playing golf in mid-nineties in Nad al Sheba club [ very fond memories]

Moved to UK between 2007 to 2012 for my previous employer & it was an enjoyable experience both professionally & culturally. Came back to Dubai in 2012 and started my own business in logistics. Became a member of SGSC in 2013 and since then made so many wonderful friends and very proud to be a part of this club till today

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