Kruger Park Lodge Golf Course - Hazyview

The tranquil grounds of the Kruger Park Lodge Golf Course in Hazyview.
Course type:
Parklands
Course Designer:
Gary Player
Course Length:
6100M
Hole:
9
Par:
36
Tel:
+ 27 (0)13 737 5000

The Kruger Park Lodge golf course is located near the world-famous Kruger National Park.

The Kruger Park Lodge Golf Course offers a leisurely Gary Player-designed 9 holes in the heart of the Lowveld. The African wilderness begins at the edge of the kikuyu-coated fairways, while dazzling azaleas and bougainvillea crown the Bayview greens. Crocodiles and hippos colonize the waterholes. Warthog and impala roam the grounds and make wonderfully opinion-free spectators. The surrounding vegetation consists of traditional Lowveld acacias and shrubbery, complementing the wild setting.

Though not exceptionally difficult, the par-36 parklands course still offers gratifying play with wide bunkers and water hazards. Guests play within close proximity to the world-renowned Kruger National Park – the ideal opportunity to enhance a South African golf tour with an unforgettable safari experience. In an area abounding with unique recreational activities, from lion and cheetah encounters to river rafting, the Kruger Park Lodge golf course offers the complete holiday experience.

The property overlooks the prolific Sabie River that runs all the way to the Kruger Park and rushes on through Mozambique. Facilities on the resort include four tennis courts, three swimming pools, a restaurant and various children's playground activities. There is also a driving range at the entrance gate. Various walkways network around the golf course and along the river, and guests may observe the resident hippo from the safety of a hippo hide built on the edges of one of the many dams on the property.

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