When it comes to Golf, in most cases, there are persistent associations with Prim England, aristocratic Wales, Scotland, or, in extreme cases, with the United States. And, of course, I remember the status of this expensive hobby: the faces of playing presidents, famous politicians, or just very wealthy people float before my eyes. Meanwhile, the stereotype has long been broken. Today, Golf has become a more accessible sport, has significantly expanded its geography and even reached African countries. For example, Egypt has become one of the most popular destinations for Golf enthusiasts.
A few decades ago, the world’s leading architects saw great prospects in this country and decided to organize high-class Golf courses on its territory. Continue reading