Huxley helps first Georgian course


Huxley helps first Georgian course
Sean Dudley

Huxley Golf has recently helped to launch the first golf course in the nation of Georgia.

The new ‘pitch and putt’ academy course at the Ambasadori Golf Resort in Kachreti, will provide the opportunity for the people of Georgia to play golf, and is marking another step forward in the bid to spread the sport’s presence to a greater number of people globally.

The course is comprised of three par-three holes, and features natural grass fairways as well as Huxley’s Premier All-Weather Golf Greens.

The launch is the first stage of a process to create launch is the first step towards an eventual a nine-hole course at the resort in the near future.

“It’s fantastic to see the finished course and how it will contribute to introducing and developing the game of golf in Georgia,” said Ostap Lukiyanov, co-owner and director of Huxley Golf Russia. “Huxley Golf’s durable, all-weather surfaces offered the perfect solution to the course’s tee and putting areas, combining unparalleled realism with exceptionally low-maintenance requirements. This installation builds on our successful projects across Russia and continues to introduce Huxley Golf facilities across the region.”

Paul Huxley, director of Huxley Golf, said: “It’s excellent news that Georgia has its first golf course and I’m delighted that Huxley Golf could play a major role in helping to make this happen. Spreading the game of golf globally is something that is important for the future of the game and I hope that Huxley Golf will continue to contribute to the development of golf in Georgia and beyond.”