Caesarea Golf Club
The Caesarea Golf Club is the premier golf course in Israel, and the country's only internationally recognized club. First opened in the 1960s, the Caesarea Golf Club was created on land owned by the Rothschild Family, fulfilling the dream of James de Rothschild, a passionate golfer interested in creating a course on Caesarea's sand dunes.
Since its inception, the Caesarea Golf Club has played an important role in Israel's golf history. It has been home to all golf competitions for the Maccabi Games since 1961. Many famous international politicians and actors played at the Caesarea Golf Club during their visits to Israel. Top ranked golfers have also played on the course.
Today, the Caesarea Golf Club is ranked among the world's top clubs. It follows a new course design by internationally renowned golf course designer, Pete Dye. With the prestige of the redesigned course, and its upscale surroundings in the suburban neighborhood of Caesarea, the Caesarea Golf Club has also developed a menu of activities to complement its green lawns. The club offers a pro shop with top quality sports gear, a golf school for adults and children, highly skilled instructors, various ranges for practicing, as well as a gourmet chef restaurant.
The 18-hole golf course is open six days a week from 7am until 7pm; it is closed on Mondays. The practice area, gift shop and Caesarea Golf Club office each vary slightly in their hours of operation. Lockers, golf carts, clubs and shower facilities are all available for an additional fee.