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Leopard Rock

Vumba, Manicaland Province
Vumba, Manicaland Province
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  • AddressBvumba Road, Eggardon Road, Vumba, Zimbabwe

Located beneath Leopard Rock in Zimbabwe’s Bvumba mountain range, the course at the Leopard Rock Hotel is set in the grounds of an elegant estate that has, down the years, hosted politicians, royalty and a variety of celebrities from all over the world.

Designed by Peter Matkovich and opened for play in 1993, the course measures 6,780 yards from the back tees and its kikuya grass fairways wind their way through an undulating landscape of lush, sub-tropical foliage to bent grass USGA-standard greens that have been built to test the very best of putters.

Three short par fours – measuring between 330 yards and 340 yards – at the 2nd, 7th and 16th holes are real feature holes at Leopard Rock, as is the all-water carry par three 9th hole.

The long par four 13th is another really tough hole – where those brave enough to go for the green in two must carry a ravine in front of the green – and its followed by the signature hole on the card, the 220-yard 14th, which is played to a water-protected green that sits a hundred feet below the level of the tee.

Located beneath Leopard Rock in Zimbabwe’s Bvumba mountain range, the course at the Leopard Rock Hotel is set in the grounds of an elegant estate that has, down the years, hosted politicians, royalty and a variety of celebrities from all over the world.

Designed by Peter Matkovich and opened for play in 1993, the course measures 6,780 yards from the back tees and its kikuya grass fairways wind their way through an undulating landscape of lush, sub-tropical foliage to bent grass USGA-standard greens that have been built to test the very best of putters.

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Peter Matkovich

Matkovich learned how to play golf at Shabani (which was owned by the local mine company) and progressed to play many courses around the country, most of which were developed by mining firms.

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