Zimbabwe

Landlocked Zimbabwe has a rich cultural heritage that predates the Colonial era but few holidaymakers are heading to one of southern Africa’s most glorious countries.

Zimbabwe grew out of British Colonial Rhodesia and has been ruled since the Rhodesian Bush War by Robert Mugabe. Although the economy is slowly improving, millions of Zimbabweans are still dependent on food aid and disease outbreaks only compound the situation.

It seems crass to promote golf and travel to Zimbabwe but the reality is that golf has been played here since the early white settlers arrived in the 19th century. The first official golf club was founded in Bulawayo in 1895 and there are around 50 golf courses in Zimbabwe today. The best courses are located in Harare and we’ll be keeping a watchful eye on the Zimbabwean situation and fingers crossed hoping things continue to improve.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Zimbabwe

Royal Harare

1st Zimbabwe Ranking

The prestigious old parkland course at Royal Harare Golf Club – originally founded as Salisbury Golf Club in 1898 – occupies a sizeable property in downtown Harare...

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Chapman

2nd Zimbabwe Ranking

Zimbabwean, Peter Matkovich, redesigned today’s Chapman Golf Club in 1995 and the course now measures more than 6,500 metres from the back markers.

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Leopard Rock

3rd Zimbabwe Ranking

Located beneath Leopard Rock in Zimbabwe’s Bvumba mountain range, the golf course at the Leopard Rock Hotel is set in the grounds of an elegant estate...

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