“Elite and amateur golfers alike will enjoy the variety of high-quality playing experiences available.”
The 18 hole course, by Peter Matkovich, features unique Mauritian landscaping and the distinct feature is the black volcanic rock “outcrops”. The rocks and rolling grasslands provide the backbone of the landscaping.
Named Indian Ocean’s Best Golf Course two years in a row at the World Golf Awards and ranking among CNN’s top courses in Africa and in the world, this 6,498m golf course is set on the grounds of an authentic colonial mansion in the south of Mauritius.
Designed by the golfing legend, Ernie Els and built to USGA standards, this 6,828m course is set against lush mountains and fringed by the crystal-clear lagoons of the east coast of the island.
A short boat trip from the east coast of Mauritius, the only course on its own island is accessible to players of all levels. This 6,452m Bernhard Langer signature championship course with four different sets of tees covers 38 hectares with holes snaking up and down the length of the island.
Set on the east coast of the island, Legend (6,018m, par 72) and Links (5,942m, par 71) were designed by the golf course architects, Rodney Wright and Peter Allis and built according to USPGA specifications.
The Legend course is laid out in the heart of an indigenous forest along a beautiful beach while the Links has many features of a traditional links course, particularly elevated greens.
Located in the heart of a nature reserve in the south of Mauritius, Avalon Golf & Country Club is a championship course covering some 275 acres of land.