Stay, play and watch in Abu Dhabi!

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The Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship has, in recent years, become one of the best events on the European Tour and makes for great TV viewing – but now you can be there to soak up the atmosphere for yourself thanks to new ‘Stay, Play & Watch’ packages.

The world’s top 11 players and the European Tour’s hottest talent will be on show at Abu Dhabi Golf Club in January, including Rory McIlroy, Luke Donald and Justin Rose, all playing for a share of the $2.7m prize pot.

Via its specialist one-stop-shop ‘Golf in Abu Dhabi’ initiative, Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) has launched a series of attractive packages for international spectators and golf tourists to get the full Abu Dhabi golfing experience.
The world’s top 11 players and the European Tour’s hottest talent will be on show at Abu Dhabi Golf Club in January, including Rory McIlroy.

Based around three-, five- and seven-night products, varying flight options, on-the-ground transfers, accommodation, tee-times at the emirate’s six diverse playing facilities and access to most of Abu Dhabi’s leading leisure and culture-based attractions, packages can be tailored to suit all kinds of budget.

You can also book a seven-night package with a complimentary VIP group clinic at the event with a world top 30 player.

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To find out about packages, visit www.golfinabudhabi.com. Follow the event on Twitter @adgolfchamps / #adunexpected

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