Leopard Creek Golf Course is one of the world’s most famous places to hit a ball around the greens. The course is the result of innovation and brilliant architecture which has resulted in superb landscaping. The course is built in such a way that it respects the nearby nature, while keeping the course naturally protected from wildlife. The course is filled with lakes and streams, which have been naturally diverted, in order to create some of the most scenic landscapes. While playing golf here, it is not uncommon to spot elephants, buffalo, hippo, and antelope. All of the water features can pose a bit of a hazard as crocodiles have been spotted swimming in the waters. The course and its location in a real African setting, close to Malelane, has played host to the European Tour of the Alfred Dunhill Championship. The course is kept in a pristine condition and guests will need to stick to a dress code both on and off the course.
As part of the activities we have on offer, we’ll happily arrange a day of golf for you. Leopard Creek Golf Course is a mere 15 minutes away from Kambaku River Lodge and while access to this exclusive course is normally reserved for private members, Leopard Creek is open to our guests through prior arrangement with the lodge.