Carya Golf Club
Being one of the most popular country clubs of Turkey, "Carya Golf Club" has launched the first full-lighted golf course in Europe with a major investment. By lighting all the 18 holes, Carya Golf Club offers the opportunity of playing golf at night with the comfort of daylight. In this way, guests can enjoy playing golf under the warm climate of Mediterranean Sea up until late at night. Having been selected as the best golf destination in 2008, the resort of Belek, has been flooded by golf lovers ever since. The course is inspired by the traditional old English style heathland courses in the surrey area outside of London such as Wentworth, Sunningdale, Walton Heath and The Berkshire.

Carya Golf Club is open to golf lovers of any age and skill level. The Course is designed to challenge the best players, but at the same time be a throughly enjoyable experience for people at all levels.

Official Opening: 1 November 2008 Areal Site: 260 acres (104 ha), heathland course set in pine forest
Tees: Average per green approximately 600 m² Pitching Green: Yes
Fairways: Challenging and undulating with plenty of strategic options Bunkers: 75 with heather covered edges
Lakes: 3 big lakes and 8 stream behind holes Grass: Bermuda 419 ( winter: intensive)
Driving Range: Double ended with a unique two story Academy building with 22 bays and two teaching studios. Putting Green: 2300 m²
Handicap for Ladies: 36 Handicap for Gentlemen: 28