Emirates Golf Club debuts culinary and leisure activities

Programmes include a revamped menu at the Spike bar, ladies golf activities and Dubai Fitness Challenge classes

The property’s Spike Bar has also launched a revamped menu that features international dishes including Asian flaked salmon salad with mixed greens
The property’s Spike Bar has also launched a revamped menu that features international dishes including Asian flaked salmon salad with mixed greens

Emirates Golf Club has launched a range of culinary and leisure programmes.

The property’s Big Day Out offering, held on 26 October 2019, includes food trucks, Rugby World Cup action, kids’ games, dance classes and complimentary golf lessons.

The day will also feature a complimentary Bollywood dance class led by actress Meghna Naidu followed by an afternoon of family-friendly games and food truck treats.

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The property’s Spike Bar has also launched a revamped menu that features international dishes including Asian flaked salmon salad with mixed greens, ginger and green apple and creamy mussels with smoky veal bacon and fries. 

The Ladies golf programme features ten weeks of sessions of golf lessons with access to the driving range and Par 3 Academy Courses, complimentary tea, coffee and cakes as well as access to the gym and pool and spa vouchers.

Emirates Golf Club and Jumeirah Golf Estates are also taking part in the third edition of Dubai Fitness Challenge by introducing a range of 30-minute sessions of swimming classes, pilates, dance classes, yoga and marathons.

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