The course of Carya Golf Club was designed by the Australian five-time “Open” champion Peter Thomson, and Thomson, Perrett & Lomb Architecture company which construct international golf courses with the founding partner Peter Thomson. As the first golf course was constructed with the classical heathland style on the Mediterranean coasts, Carya Golf Club is a leading championship golf course in the region with 18 holes, par 72 and a length of 6571 meters. Carya Golf Club allows for challenging and enjoyable games for all golfers with the holes between difficult, undulating sand dunes among pine and eucalyptus trees. The facility is located in Belek, a significant spot for golf in Turkey, and it has a Golf Academy besides its course. Special heaths of Carya, which add extra beauty to golf courses, are grown in a dedicated, comprehensive nursery inside Carya Golf Club.