Emirates Golf Club always represents one of the most eagerly anticipated stops on tour as some of the world's top players assemble for the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
The course and surrounding views offer up plenty of photo opportunities for players, caddies and fans alike and this week has been no different.
Some of this week's field have taken to social media to document their time in the Middle East. Let's take a look at what they've been up to...
Last week's victory celebrations have come to a close for Shane Lowry, as the Irishman prepares to go back-to-back on the Majlis Course.
Chris Paisley turned it on for the cameras.
4 of those this week would be lovely! https://t.co/rnLDlPgmK1— Chris Paisley (@ChrisPaisley86) January 23, 2019
Ian Poulter's top six finish last week in Abu Dhabi was made all the more impressive by the fact he'd travelled 10,884 miles to be in the field. He'll be hoping for another good week.
Eddie Pepperell received an unexpected birthday present earlier in the week.
Eddie wasn't the only birthday boy in Dubai, as Ryan Fox also had cause to celebrate in Dubai.
It might not be his first visit, but Sam Horsfield remains thoroughly impressed with Emirates GC.
While doing some research for his broadcasting duties, former tour man Anthony Wall took some time to watch World Number Five Bryson DeChambeau.
Brandon Stone takes in the iconic eighth tee shot.
Few tee shots are as impressive as the 8th @emiratesgc 🏌🏼♂️ I doubt this will be the first or last picture you see from here 😂— Brandon Stone (@BrandonMStone) January 23, 2019
.#EmiratesGC #ODDC2019 #GolfInDubai #8thTeeShot #Skyscraper #Skyline #ProAm pic.twitter.com/N40Iz8kOmK
Defending champ Li takes time to meet the team in Dubai.
Great fun today meeting and thanking all the Greenkeepers @EmiratesGC for all their hard work last year and for making this year even better! I can't wait to defend at this amazing course 🏆💪🏼🏌 #ODDC pic.twitter.com/WoFkPxiU9u— Haotong Li (@haotong_li) January 22, 2019