Playing golf in Malta

Malta’s warm climate, natural beauty and rich culture make it the ideal backdrop for a game of golf. Malta has stretches of sandy beaches, warm blue seas and varied architecture with elements borrowed from its North African, Turkish, Italian and Arabian influences.

Visitors can have a game at the Royal Malta Golf Course before returning to their five-star accomodation in St. Julian’s to ease their muscles at the spa or take in the views at the alfresco Edge Restaurant.

Royal Malta Golf Club
Avid golfers should head to the exclusive Royal Malta Golf Course in Marsa, which has been providing visitors to Malta with challenging, varied and enjoyable games of golf since 1888.

Golf in Malta was originally played on a simple nine-hole course around the Valletta’s inner and outer ditches. The course has since expanded into an 18-hole, par-68 course which suits both novice and experienced golfers. For players looking to improve their swing while on holiday, the club even has PGA qualified trainers on hand to coach them on a one-to-one basis.

Radisson Blu Resort, Malta St. Julian's
Though Malta is perfect for relaxing by the beach, there is an abundance of activities to help sports fans stay busy. As well as fantastic golf in the capital, back at the Radisson Blu Resort, Malta St. Julian's guests can take a dip at either an indoor or outdoor pool, have a game of tennis, go on a diving excursion or try an adventurous water sport.

After a day spent on the golf course, guests can reward themselves with a delicious cocktail at one of the hotel’s stylish bars, be good to themselves by paying a visit to the spa or simply unwind in the comfortable rooms of this splendid five-star hotel.