A stream winds through part of the course to a lake which forms the centerpiece of the design here at Elements Private Golf Reserve.
Named after the game reserve in Kenya, the Masai Mara course at the Serengeti Golf & Wildlife Estate was designed by the Golden Bear and opened for play in June 2009.
Greg Norman designed the golf course at the Eye of Africa Golf & Residential Estate and it’s the Great White Shark’s first South African ensemble, which opened in 2010...
Johannesburg golfer Hugh Baiocchi designed the 18-hole championship course at Champagne Sports Resort and it first opened for play in 1997.
The most fearsome hazard at Lost City is reserved for the downhill par three 13th where a crocodile pit guards the front of the green!
De Zalze is yet another creation from the prolific Peter Matkovich and is laid out within the 750-acre Spier Estate in the shadow of the Helderberg Mountains...
Pecanwood – the name comes from the grove of pecan nut trees found on the property – was the first Jack Nicklaus Signature course in South Africa...
The signature hole at Oubaai is the par three 17th, played downhill to what, in modern course design parlance, is termed an “infinity green” with the sparkling Indian Ocean as a backdrop.
Peter Matkovich routed the Cotswold Downs golf course across a former sugar-cane farm. The undulations on this elevated site make the golf exciting and the club is renowned for its tip-top conditioning.
In 2007, the Matkovich & Hayes Golf Course Design and Construction Company developed the course at the Ebotse Golf & Country Estate in a disused sand quarry.