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Domaine de Murtoli to open Kyle Phillip’s designed golf course, Spring 2014

The award winning Domaine de Murtoli’s new rustic private-estate golf course has been designed by world-renowned, California based architect Kyle Phillip.
Phillip’s design ensures that guests will be able to experience golf as a match play game (as it was originally intended) rather than long "par" existed.

 This unique golfing experience is comprised of 12 greens, similar to that of the original Open Championships played over the 12 hole course at Prestwick from 1860 until 1872 when golfing immortals such Old Tom Morris, Willie Park, Sr. and Tommy Morris, Jr. ruled the links.

The opportunity to have the course to yourself allows for circuits to include crossing holes which can be played both in a clockwise and counterclockwise rotation, all whilst enjoying a stroll through the spectacular seaside and mountain scenery.

With over 47 game holes varying from 100 to 500 meters in length, including three par 5 holes the layout provides a pleasurable golf experience for players of every level. For those who choose stroke play, the course can be played in a 9-hole par 31, 12 hole par 44, or an 18-hole par 67 configuration.

For those who do not yet play golf, this is the perfect place to learn.  The facilities include a full-length practice fairway, practice green and practice bunkers to accommodate private teaching lessons for every aspect of shotmaking.

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