Golf Course

Course Layout

Hole 1

Short par 4 but accuracy is important. Slight dog leg right with tall Pine trees on the corner with a tree in the fairway on the dog leg. Out of bounds left and lateral hazard all the way down the right.

Hole 2

Straight forward par 4. Longer hitters can use an iron off the tee. Fairway narrows at about 120m from the green. Bunker front left with a large green.

Hole 3

The longest par 3 on the course, but hitting the green is a must. Bunker on the right side and a grass bunker short right of the green. Large green with trouble left and right of the green.

Hole 4

Intimidating tee shot with the Jukskei in front of you and all the way down the left side which is out of bounds with a water channel running diagonally across the fairway which is in play for the tee shot. Second shot is uphill and well bunkered short left and a large bunker on the right side of the green. The green is relatively small with a tier across the front middle which makes a two putt very difficult.

Hole 5

Stroke 1. Straight forward tight driving hole and hitting the fairway is a must. Fairway slopes left to right but a long mound down the right side that can assist any tee shot heading down the right side. Tee shots need to favour the left side as there is a tree that is guarding the right side of the fairway at about 120m from the green which will obscure the sight of the green. Second shot a mid to long iron over a pond to a small two tiered green. A bunker guarding left and a huge deep bunker on the right side of the green, this is no guarantee two putts.

Hole 6

Dog leg left, uphill tee shot with a bunker on the right side on the corner of the dogleg. A Water hazard starts from 150m from the green guarding the left side of the fairway and runs all the way to the green. The second shot is relatively flat to a large green sloping from back to front with a large bunker short left of the green.

Hole 7

Straight forward par 4 with an elevated tee box. Lateral water hazard down the left side of the fairway. Short par 4 with a medium size flat green but well guarded with a deep bunker short of the green and two small bunkers on the right side of the green. Hitting the green is important.

Hole 8

Short par 3 with a big two tiered green which slopes from back to front. This hole is well guarded, water in front of the green with a bunker back left and one back right.

Hole 9

Shortest par 5 on the course slight uphill tee shot with a bunker on the left side at about 200m from the tee. A huge mound on the right side opposite the bunker. The second shot is a slight downhill dog left towards the green with a small pot bunker short left of the green. The longer hitters can hit the par 5 in two but any ball heading left of the green will end up out of bounds.

Hole 10

Straight forward uphill par 4 but don’t take this hole for granted! The tee shot uphill with two bunkers on the left side and one on the right. Your second shot is uphill to a small two tiered green with a bunker short right and one pin hi on the right side of the green.

Hole 11

Straight downhill par 4 fairly short hole with a fairway bunker on the left side of the fairway. The second shot is downhill to a flat green with a bunker on the left and right side of the green and make sure you leave the second shot before the hole as there is a drop off behind the green.

Hole 12

A beautiful par 3, downhill tee shot to a difficult green to a large sloping green with a big bunker on the left and two bunkers one back and one back right. There is a dam between the tee and the green which is in play. Once you have hit the green two putts is not a guarantee as this green slopes from back to front and left to right.

Hole 13

Long uphill par 5 with a slight dog leg right for the second shot. This hole is straight forward but the trouble starts at the green. A huge green that slopes from back to front with a bunker guarding the front side of the green.

Hole 14

Short but tough par 4. The longer hitters take tiger line but a high tee shot is important as there are palm and pine trees just off the tee. This hole has a sharp dog leg left with three bunkers guarding the left side on the corner of the dog leg. For those who may take off too much of the left side beware as there is out of bounds to protect golfers on the 15th tee. The second shot is a medium iron to a tough undulated green with a bunker short right side of the green.

Hole 15

A tough but short par 4, all depends on how brave you are with the tee shot. Water at about 220m from the tee so laying up and choosing the correct club is important. The second shot is uphill to a big green and well guarded with a huge deep bunker short left of the green with a small pot bunker short right of the green. Just make sure your second shot is up on the green.

Hole 16

Another long uphill par 5 with a slight dogleg left. The second shot again is uphill but starts flattening out at about 150m from the green. This green is well protected by a bunker on the left and two bunkers on the right side of the green. The green is very small and makes the second shot for the longer hitters more difficult.

Hole 17

Stroke 2 tough par 4. The tee shot is important here as at 170m from the tee two huge blue gum trees and out of bounds right that makes this tee shot more intimidating. This hole is downhill from the tee to the green. At the 200m mark from the green a big mound which bisects this fairway. Again the second shot is downhill all the way to the green with out of bounds all the way down the right and behind the green, so make sure you keep your second shot short of the flag. The green here is fairly big and has a bunker on the right side of the green.

Hole 18

Our signature hole at Leeuwkop! A short par but don’t be fooled. At 120m this hole has caused many grown men to cry. Out of bounds left, right and behind the green. Your tee shot is hit over two small dams and the green is well bunkered with bunkers on the left, short right and one behind the green. The green is fairly big but slopes from back to front. 

Local rules

  • Stones in bunkers movable obstruction
  • If a player’s ball strikes a power line or pylon the player must replay the shot.
  • Small trees under 2m tall- free drop nearest point of relief.
  • Please do not carry any valuables in your golf bag.
  • Players are not permitted to buy balls from caddies or ball collectors.
  • Please check back of score card for all the latest local rules.