As well as the golf, there will also be a QLO "village" with children's entertainment. This includes bouncy castles, games such as table football, a ball-dribbling challenge and a ball-in-a-bucket competition.
The project, dubbed the Qatar International Golf Club, is expected to include a six-hole championship course, a nine-hole par-three course as well as a driving range and practice facilities, according to a statement released today.
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