Leopard Creek – The final game

We have come to the end of our journey and could not have asked for a better course to close it off with than Leopard Creek. It is home of the annual Dunhill Championship and from the moment you drive up to the clubhouse, you are overwhelmed with the beauty of this place. We spotted some impala on the way from the main gate to the clubhouse as well as some elephants that came for a drink in the Crocodile River right next to the clubhouse. What a special place!


On the way to the Clubhouse


View from the clubhouse

On every tee there are some absolutely amazing bronze sculptures created by Dylan Lewis. They represent a day in the life of the leopard and you’ll see him waking up to chasing an impala (16th hole). 

On the 18th tee

On the 18th tee

After the game, we enjoyed a drink and a variety of hot snacks (prepared by Chef Attie) while taking in one of the best views. The 9th and 18th fairways are really spectacular and you can’t help but think about the next time you will be there and play the course again. 


The Kruger Park borders Leopard Creek – spotted some wildlife


View from the Halfway House


The 19th

It was a really great trip. We enjoyed it and see you next time! We will post some more in our recent trips section soon for some results and also the golfer’s swing analysis. 

Until next time, www.rovos.com