Muscat Hills has the potential to be a truly stunning golf experience, but somehow it just falls short.
The course itself is challenging in places with some stunning views and some interesting hazards (wadis). It is a good course for average golfers because it is quite forgiving (if you go wide of the fairway you can usually recover).
But, once you look just past the edges, it starts to look quite scruffy, almost as though they have given up on the course without quite finishing it.
The club house also looks tired and dated and, in my experience, was not very welcoming.
The most unfortunate thing for me was the cost. The green fees are cheaper than at its closest rival course, but the additional costs of club hire, buggy hire range balls and (for my playing partner) shoe hire, are all included in the costs elsewhere. At Muscat Hills they soon ramp the cost up to a point where it is a very expensive round on an adequate golf course.
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