Leopard Creek Country Club

Kruger National Park, South Africa

Leopard Creek golf course (1996) is a golf architectural splendor, designed by Gary Player.

Leopard Creek, which offers an interesting mix of golf and safari, is an exclusive members club where guests however are welcome on weekdays.

Around the course, there are a plenty of water and small streams. Crocodile River cuts through the terrain and is home to wild crocodiles, and in general there is ample opportunity to experience African wildlife on the golf round.

The golf course is located on the edge of Kruger National Park and elephants, giraffes and antelopes are 'in play' when you move around on the fairways.

13th hole, the long par 5 hole is one of the course signature holes. The green is situated by the river, but raised more than 30 meters above ground level, and the green area has a great view over the river and into Kruger National Park.

The finishing hole is also a wonderful golf hole. You play towards an island green and there is no better way to end a round of golf, which for most people will go directly into the top-five list of best golf experiences. The course has been used in the Alfred Dunhill Championship and is considered to be among South Africa's best golf courses.

If you live at the nearby Jock Safari Lodge, there is free transfers to and from the golf course.

  • Number of holes Number of holes 18
  • Distance to Jock Safari Lodge Distance to Jock Safari Lodge 35 km
  • Driving Range Driving Range No
  • Putting Green Putting Green Yes
  • Buggy required Buggy required No
  • Restaurant Restaurant Yes
  • Golf course type Golf course type Park
  • Pro shop Pro shop No