Note: the course has re-opened for visitors, with social distancing and Covid-19 safety guidelines
Course TWO was opened at the end of ’97 and is undulating and different from the estate’s No 1 course, with indigenous bush in places, and its share of imposing water hazards. This course has its own small club house overlooking the Pani Dam where fish eagles can be spotted. The design philosophy adopted by the golf course architects was a course that is challenging, but fair – where a serious golfer could test his skills but an occasional golfer could enjoy the game.
Character – The topographical features include undulating hills with isolated indigenous bush, a stream running from East to West, the Pani Dam and two sensitive wetlands.
Signature holes – Two memorable holes are the eighth and ninth, running alongside the Pani Dam to complete the front nine. Water guards the left side of the holes, and indigenous bush the right, so make sure that you’re accurate from the tee.