Leopard Creek

Malelane - Mpumalanga

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Club director: Johan Piek
Maintenance director: Derek Muggeridge
Chairman: Johann Rupert
Course superintendent: Frikkie Potgieter
CRITERIA SUMMARY: Total points 82.8 out of 100
Conditioning16.3 / 20
Playability15.4 / 20
Aesthetics13.8 / 15
Design Variety12.4 / 15
Shot Values12.3 / 15
Memorability12.6 / 15

Course Summary

Five tees / Par 72

Gold 6501 metres, CR76.0/147
White 6000 metres, CR73.3/141
Blue 5484 metres, CR70.7/134
Red 4996 metres, CR67.9/129
Green 4414 metres, CR64.8/124
Women’s blue, CR76.7/149
Women’s red, CR74.0/141
Women’s green, CR70.6/129

Visitor Green Fee

R6300 ($350) Associate lodges only
Inclusive of golf cart and halfway house

Course designer

Gary Player 1996


013 791 2000

Previous ranking

1 (2023), 2 (2022) & 3 (2021)

Leopard Creek, one of only three South African courses in the World Top 100, symbolises the beauty and grandeur of African bushveld golf while at the same time evoking an exclusiveness comparable to Augusta National.

The property occupies a singularly unique site in golf, bordering the broad Crocodile River on the southern boundary of the vast Kruger National Park, and it is this remote location that has captivated television viewers around the globe while watching the annual hosting of the Alfred Dunhill Championship on the European Tour. There is as much interest in the wildlife shown on their screens as on the golf itself.

Golf Digest ranks it among the Top 100 Courses in the World outside the United States, and Leopard Creek achieved its highest ever ranking of No 47 in their 2022-23 list of the World’s 100 Greatest Courses.

Unlike Augusta National, though, visitors are welcome, at a price. You firstly need to be a guest at one of several approved lodges in the area, and then the green fee itself is R5 750.

The course itself has recently undergone a major upgrade (by Golf Data) in terms of bunker design, greens complexes, and turf replacement which has both transformed the look and feel of the layout, and improved its playability for members. The par-3 12th was reconfigured, a different shaped green replacing the original Redan creation. The course was re-opened for play in May 2018 after being closed for eight months.

The biggest transformation was the wall-to-wall eradication of the thirsty kikuyu grass on the course and surrounds. It has been replaced by a more sustainable indigenous cynodon which not only requires less water and chemicals but thrives in the fierce heat of summer. It gives the course a greener look.

Kikuyu works well as a playing surface on fairways in the dry summer heat of Mediterranean climates like Gauteng and Sun City, but it never enjoyed the same compatibility in the humid conditions of the Mpumalanga Lowveld.

The holes at Leopard Creek have a wonderful flow to them, the design challenges varying all the time. What appears initially to be a relatively flat course suddenly presents surprise changes in elevation. Water is a hazard on eight holes, and the gently sloping greens are a visible strength of the course’s defence.

The new grass on the greens is Champion G-12, the newest strain of a genetically engineered ultradwarf Bermuda. It was planted at Quail Hollow (North Carolina) for the 2017 US PGA Championship.

Three par 5s are on the back nine, and these are among Leopard Creek’s most memorable holes. In tournaments this is where bold play can be rewarding or costly, as it is at Augusta in the Masters. The 13th is justifiably one of the world’s best holes, its green sitting high above the bank of Crocodile River, offering a dramatic vista of the park.

TV coverage of the Alfred Dunhill Championship has made the par-5 18th a compelling hole to watch. It’s one of the most daunting finishing holes in the game because of its island green. The hole swoops downhill, curving slightly from right to left, and every golfer who plays it faces the anxious hurdle of clearing the water and holding a green which might look wide and inviting, but has limited room from front to back. Many an approach shot has rolled over the back into the water.

Ernie Els concluded his final round of the 2007 Alfred Dunhill Championship with an 8 at No 18, losing the title by one shot to Englishman John Bickerton. Four-time champion Charl Schwartzel had a 9 at No 18 in the first round of the 2022 tournament, as did Darren Clarke in 2016. Welshman Sion Bebb, in the 2009 Dunhill, finished the final round with an 11 when a birdie would have given him a share of third place. Jacques Kruyswijk also had an 11 in 2016.






Additional Course Facts

Course Record

62 by amateur Keegan Shutt (Zimbabwe) in final round of inaugural 2024 Africa Amateur Championship. Eagle at 15 and eight birdies (29-33)

Professional record

63 by Scott Jamieson, Ockie Strydom (29 on front nine) in 2022 Alfred Dunhill; by Louis Oosthuizen in 2023 Alfred Dunhill.


Visitors wishing to book a tee time must be guests at an approved list of lodges in the area and within the Kruger National Park. The closest is Buhala Lodge, just 10 kilometres away, while others are as much as a three-hour drive. The full list is on the website.

Practice Facility

There is a sizeable warm-up range close to the first tee, and a large practice putting green. In addition, members have the use of a separate and secure state-of-the-art facility alongside the 9-hole Par 3 course – the National Junior Development Centre. One of its fun areas is the Himalayas putting green.

Club Champions

2023 Jean du Toit & Biance van Dyk
2022 Rurik Gobel & Eugenie Wolmarans
2021 Pieter le Roux & Cara Traherne
2020 No championships
2019 Erwee Botha & Biance van Dyk


First played December 2004 (European Tour) and won by Charl Schwartzel, who developed a special affection for Leopard Creek with an exceptional run of performances. He’s won the Leopard trophy four times – further victories came in 2012, 2013 and 2015 – and been a runner-up five times. He posted the lowest 72-hole total of 24-under 264 in 2012 when he won by 12 shots, having 25 birdies and an eagle. Other SA champions have been Ernie Els (2005), Richard Sterne (2008), Garth Mulroy (2011), Branden Grace (2014), Brandon Stone (2016), Christiaan Bezuidenhout (2020), Ockie Strydom (2022) and Louis Oosthuizen (2023). There have been three Spanish champions in Alvaro Quiros (2006), Pablo Martin (2009 and 2010) and Pablo Larrazabal (2019).


Established in 2016 to host junior golf development, this is one of the most comprehensive golf practice facilities in the world, built on a 30-hectare tract of land purchased from Riverside Farm which includes the original farmhouse – now a dormitory building to accommodate SAGDB & GolfRSA squads. The contribution fee to access the facility for the day is R1 110 per golfer, and bookings can be made at www.nationaljuniordevelopmentcentre.com

There are 3 coaches, headed up by Edwin Compton, Mpumalanga regional manager for the SA Golf Development Board.

Did You Know

1/ Leopard Creek’s 9-hole Par 3 course holes are inspired by 8 famous courses, including Augusta National (2), the Old Course at St Andrews, Muirfield, North Berwick and Sawgrass. There’s a version of Leopard Creek’s 18th. It’s fun and open to visitors (see National Junior Development Centre).

2/ The club has a strict dress code for golfers on and off the course, which can be found on the club website. Only traditional clothing and peaks or hats, while socks must be predominantly white. Shirts tucked in, caps worn forward. No bold commercial advertising is allowed.

3/ Thomas Aiken has the lowest competitive score, 61 in third round of 2008 Alfred Dunhill. He was out in 30 and back in 31 with nine birdies and an eagle three at 18. Branden Grace had 62 in first round of 2014 Alfred Dunhill (31-31 with 10 birdies) which he won.

4/ When Richard Sterne won the 2008 Alfred Dunhill he played the 18th in 24 shots during the four rounds, having an 8 in round 2 and a 7 in round 3.

5/ Leopard Creek inaugurated the 72-hole African Amateur in February 2016 and hosted it six times. Winners: Aldrich Potgieter (2023: 36 holes), Casey Jarvis (2022), Martin Vorster (2020), Euan Walker (2019), Liam Johnston (2017), Albert Venter (2016). The lowest winning score was 273 by Jarvis.

6/ Leopard Creek staged a new R&A Africa Amateur Championship in February 2024 where the winner, Altin van der Merwe, received an invite to play in the 2024 Open Championship at Royal Troon. Van der Merwe won a playoff against Christiaan Maas and Ivan Verster after they had tied on a total of 13-under 275. The 54-hole Women’s Invitational event was won by Kyra van Kan on 215. She received an invite to the SA Women’s Open and Women’s Amateur Championship.

7/ The first professional tournament at Leopard Creek was the 2001 Tour Championship (won by Darren Fichardt) for 75 Sunshine Tour players, the final event of the season in February. Nicholas Lawrence won in 2002, Hennie Otto in 2003, Andrew McLardy in 2004.

8/ Leopard Creek was No 47 in the 2022-23 World’s Greatest 100 Courses rankings by Golf Digest (this excludes the United States). It had previously been No 69 (2020), No 65 (2018), No 88 (2016) and No 84 (2014).

9/ Membership is available by application approval through the Country Club and purchase of shares in the Share Block.

10/ Rurik Gobel has won the club championship 14 times since 1997, the latest in 2022 when he beat Jacques Kallis by one shot.

11/ Christiaan Rossouw was first member to have an ace on the “new” course in July 2018, and followed it with another three days later. They were at No 12 and No 5.

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Course Reviews
A round at Leopard Creek is a special experience as you cannot fail to notice the attention to detail in all aspects of conditioning and presentation. Then there is the view of the Crocodile River and Kruger Park from the elevated green of the signature 13th. Memorable holes in abundance. At the par-3 16th we played from a "newish" tee adjacent to the 15th green. This tee reduces the bailout area left of the green and makes for a challenging (and rewarding) tee shot over the lake to the green. No surprise that this great layout is ranked No 1.
Trevor King
12 April 2024
A remarkable moment at the R&A's inaugural African Amateur at Leopard Creek last week was 17-year-old Zimbabwean Keegan Shutt setting a new course record of 62 on the final day. Starting at No 10 he had two birdies and an eagle at 15 in a back nine of 33, and six birdies in a front nine of 29. His three earlier rounds had been 74-75-77! Shutt was SA Under-15 champion in 2021. The previous record of 63 had been equalled by Christiaan Maas in the third round. One of the holders was Louis Oosthuizen at the Alfred Dunhill. However, prior to the course renovation in 2017 there had been a 61 (Thomas Aiken) and 62 (Branden Grace), but those old records fell away.
Thomas Souness
27 February 2024
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Great to play on a special course that I had aspired to play from watching tournaments on TV. The experience is even better than the expectation.
Mark Lynam
09 February 2024
Playability has been enhanced significantly with much more space off the tee on most holes. The short par-4 sixth has a wide fairway yet remains a risk-reward hole with options for the club golfer. The undulating greens complex places a premium on an accurate approach. The putting surfaces have settled and provide a consistent and true roll. Most of the special holes are on the back nine. The signature 13th is a challenging par 5 with well-placed bunkers, water left and a runoff area at the back of the green. Finishing on 18 triggers memories of the Alfred Dunhill Championship and finding the island green is a relief and achievement. We are fortunate to have such a world-class destination as Leopard Creek.
Jon James
04 February 2024
The privilege of playing Leopard Creek is something not many golfers will experience, and the course and facilities live up to expectations. The all-round condition was even better than my last visit in 2020. The separate National Junior Development Centre across the road from the 18th tee is a remarkable facility. The 18th is a great finishing hole and a test of nerves with a back right pin position.
Lihan van der Merwe
26 January 2024
An amazing course. From the moment you arrive through every step you are greeted with exceptional service and attitude. Wow.
Greg Woodbridge
05 December 2023
Leopard Creek has a setting few courses can rival and is in superb condition before the Alfred Dunhill Championship starting December 7. Overall presentation is world class. Playability for a club golfer is more than fair with space off the tee on most holes, an exception being the demanding par-4 eighth. The back nine par 5s present scoring opportunities yet first demand accuracy and sound shot selection. The 13th is iconic. I never tire of playing this par 5 overlooking the Crocodile River. And the downhill 18th with its island green is a fitting finishing hole. Service, range facilities and attention to detail complete the experience.
Jon James
11 November 2023
Leopard Creek appears to have some of the widest fairways of our leading courses, yet strategy off the tee is one of the key features of an intricately varied design. The only way to experience that is to play from the tee markers (there are five options here) relevant to the distance you drive the ball. That brings more of the hazards into play, and you have to make decisions based on taking them on or laying up. Going to a forward tee at Leopard Creek will quickly bring into perspective the myriad challenges this course poses for elite golfers who have no issue with distance.
Stuart McLean
12 September 2023
A highlight of our visit was a lion sighting from the 13th green on the edge of the Crocodile River. The attention to detail and service levels at Leopard Creek are second to none, and the course's presentation flawless. Playability has improved on several holes with generous landing areas. The most significant challenge is presented by the greens. Your accuracy and lines need to be spot on to ensure the ball feeds towards tucked away pins. The finishing holes on both nines are strong, testing your mettle to the final putt. Leopard Creek is an iconic venue and back to an impressive level of conditioning.
Jon James
26 January 2023
The Leopard Creek experience is special. The club does a good job of making visitors feel as welcome as a member would be. I love the fact that the course is usually quiet, so a tee time is more of a guideline than fixed.
Chris Wood
20 December 2022
The Alfred Dunhill Championship is one of my favourite weeks on TV. The mostly uninterrupted coverage incorporates superb wildlife visuals, and with such a magnificent course this is a feast for the senses. It appears to be the only local tournament capable of attracting all our great SA players, thanks to Johan Rupert's vision. The course itself, manicured as pristinely as Augusta, brings to the viewer a stunning array of different holes, many of them daunting to even the most talented of tour pros. What other venue can conjure up such an abundance of eagles and birdies, yet also so many 7s, 8s and even 9s? The stats show 42 triple bogeys, 14 quads, 4 quintuple bogeys, and a 9 on a par 3. That hole, the seventh, is arguably one of the scariest one-shotters yet it's such a simple design. Water right, bunker and run-off area left. Its angle to the tee is ingenious. A scoring average of 3.41 made it the toughest of the tournament (ahead of No 8 at 4.36) and easily the most difficult par 3 of the many courses hosting DP World Tour events in SA this year.
Thomas Souness
13 December 2022
The hand of Leopard's Creek new Course Manager (aka greenkeeper) is pleasantly and positively obvious. The course, whilst keeping its bushveld nature, is much neater and presentable. Details like the bases of trees which were GUR are now covered with wood chips and in play, so you can't get away with poor shots! The playing condition is excellent for the upcoming Alfred Dunhill Championship. Fairways are well grown in and tight which matches the smooth greens which are firm yet receptive to a well struck iron. The bunkers now have a consistent nature which adds to the enjoyment. This unique layout, with its abundant wildlife, has challenges on every hole yet is highly playable, with five tee boxes to choose from according to each golfer's length and standard of play. A terrific innovation is two new composite courses evaluated by GolfRSA, the Ingwe and Inkwazi, to which golfers can apply their handicap index. Ingwe consists of 6 holes from the gold tees, 6 white and 6 blue. Inkwazi can be real fun with 6 holes from each of the blue, red and green tees: still a challenge with the lower handicap you will play off.
Ponky Firer
28 November 2022
Played from the forward tees for the first time and was pleasantly surprised at how much more enjoyable and playable it was. On all previous visits I had battled terribly from the back tees. The course is in great condition.
Leon Bevan
18 June 2022
I met the Leopard Creek goat herder on the 11th tee. Until then I hadn't realised such a position existed at SA's No 2 course. The herder was following 14 boerbokke, cute looking smallish fellas munching away at the vegetation while hurrying from hole to hole, bleating to each other. The herder was struggling to keep up, although he had time for a chat. Leopard Creek's boerbokke are not as famous as the goats at the Lahinch links in Ireland (you can view them on YouTube), but they could have been. Sadly, I hear they are being made redundant. The herd numbered 70, but even that many weren't able to make a sizeable dent on the dense bush. Leopard Creek have employed a labour force to cut back the undergrowth bordering some holes, opening up clearings and exposing more of the bushveld trees. Projects like that are ongoing at Leopard Creek which doesn't rest on its laurels. A team were building a new back tee high up the hillside on the par-3 12th (170m), and every hole now has a Green tee, this latest addition being forward of the Red tees.
Stuart McLean
23 March 2022
I was fortunate to play Leopard Creek more than once in 2021. I have experienced it in better condition before and can assume this has to do with a combination of high rainfall and extreme heat. The halfway house at the back of the clubhouse overlooking the Crocodile River is part of the excellent overall experience. My second favourite bushveld course after the Gary Player CC at Sun City.
Chris Wood
29 January 2022
Played Leopard Creek for the first time since the upgrades in 2017. The changes have enhanced the playability of what has always been one of SA's very best courses and golfing experiences. As always, the conditioning and attention to detail could not be faulted. On most courses, any of holes 13, 15, 16 or 18 would be classified as standout signature holes. Here you get to play all of them on the same 9-hole loop. I have no doubt Leopard Creek will deservedly retain its position in the world top 100 rankings.
Trevor King
26 January 2022
Leopard Creek is in magnificent condition and the course presentation of the highest standard. The greens are pure and well struck irons from the fairway are rewarded. However, if you find yourself in a wrong area you will have to pull off some magic. Risk and reward opportunities add to the diversity of the course.
Lihan van der Merwe
15 December 2021
The Leopard Creek experience remains one of the most enjoyable and memorable in South African golf. The course is currently in fine condition, with the greens improving, albeit running relatively slow at 10 on the stimpmeter. Presentation is superb with the course setting up well for the upcoming European Tour visit. The practice range is world class and I am always impressed with the service levels. The course provides a good test off the club tees, and also opportunities if you keep your approaches in the right areas of the undulating greens. Leopard Creek is as much about the experience of enjoying holes like the par-5 13th along the Crocodile River as it is about scoring. Experiencing the finishing holes and walking off with a par on the ninth or 18th is always one for the memory bank.
Jon James
16 November 2021
I was fortunate enough to have a second opportunity to tackle Leopard Creek and once again was blown away. Playing from the championship tees was a different experience and great opportunity to understand what the professionals go through during the Alfred Dunhill Championship. Playing the course for the second time I was able to see how course knowledge makes an enormous difference. I strongly recommend purchasing a course guide before your round. The greens had been sanded so were slower than expected but still true and consistent for pace and turn. The overall course condition was phenomenal for mid-winter, green and lush. Once again I was left incredibly impressed in every aspect and can validate Leopard Creek's status as a top contender for No 1.
Craig Gunther
22 June 2021
What an experience. Having played top courses in Ireland, Scotland, France and the USA, Leopard Creek is world class. The clubhouse is filled with wonderful memorabilia and the facilities and service are excellent. The practice facilities are perfect and the course is sublime. It needs to be played more than once as local knowledge is important. The greens have some interesting slopes and leaving yourself in the wrong position can lead to big numbers. With an abundance of water, wildlife and the African bush it is an experience second to none.
Ed raubenheimer
02 May 2021
I've stood on the remarkable 13th green many times overlooking the Crocodile River and Kruger Park, and struck lucky with the wildlife sighting on my latest visit. Below me was a young bull elephant on its own on the edge of the river. Close by a crocodile sunning itself on the bank, while there were several snorting hippo in one of the pools. Where else in the golfing world could you experience that sight from such a distinctive vantage point? Leopard Creek had just held its club championships on the last weekend of April, with an impressive entry of about 120. The greens were slightly slower than usual, due to an extensive scarifying programme in January, which for me seemed a perfect pace. The winning score for 36 holes was still 10-over-par. This is an exacting test of golfing skills.
Stuart McLean
30 April 2021
From the moment you arrive at the entrance gate you know you are in for a special day. The world-class clubhouse is situated alongside the Crocodile River overlooking the Kruger National Park on one side, and the ninth and 18th greens on the other. A superb warmup area is situated close to the clubhouse. The course is as challenging as it is beautiful. The greens have difficult slopes and I recommend purchasing the excellent course guide from the pro shop with details of each green. There is no GPS system on the carts, but the pro shop will provide a rangefinder on request. Be sure to take in the stunning view of the Kruger Park on the signature 13th green. Leopard Creek is a contender for the best course in the country.
Craig Gunther
15 February 2021
Summer heat makes Leopard Creek very challenging. Greens are sublime.
Phillip Mulder
14 February 2021
This has to be the best golf course in the country. Being able to keep a course this green and so impeccable in the sweltering African sun takes a lot of effort and love. The way such a technically brilliant course is incorporated into the middle of the bushveld is a beautiful experience that I am fortunate enough to have played.
Jonathan Klee
12 February 2021
Leopard Creek is incomparable among South Africa's best courses in providing a wonderful golfing amphitheatre overlooked by the clubhouse. A great feature of the bushveld property is the way in which the ninth and 18th greens have been built close together -- separated only by the water hazard in which they sit -- giving those in the clubhouse a close-up view of both the finishing holes without having to move from their seats. These two holes, which begin high on a hillside and pose so much danger between tee and green, are to my mind the ones which transform Leopard Creek from being a very good course to a great one.
Stuart McLean
21 January 2021

Leopard Creek is one of a few courses in South Africa that always provides a memorable experience. Playing the week after the Dunhill Championship, as I did, makes one appreciate the skill of professional golfers. The greens are excellent with exceptional consistency in roll and speed. There is no weakness in the layout with each hole presenting its own challenge. Missing greens on the wrong side makes an up-and-down difficult. The 16th is one of the most challenging of par 3s and the 18th one of the best finishing holes in the country.

Jaco Ackermann
20 December 2020
Leopard Creek is a step above the rest. The course has 18 unique, memorable holes testing all aspects of your game. It is one of the ultimate experiences, next to the Kruger Park. The course is aesthetically pleasing and you do feel like you are the only fourball. My feature hole was the spectacular par-5 13th, and the improvements made to the par-3 16th are great.
Philip Malan
10 December 2020
Fantastic experience to play this pristine course. Everything in perfect condition, the Alfred Dunhill having been recently hosted. Greens fast and sloping which made putting difficult.
Graham Rhodes
10 December 2020
The recent work done at Leopard Creek has improved the overall course with the Zoysia fairways being an upgrade. In addition the new bunkers frame the holes better than previously. The good holes at Leopard Creek are brilliant both visually as well as to play, but there are a few forgettable ones. Overall it remains one of the best in SA and a fantastic experience.
Doron Neuhaus
20 November 2020
After some winter / early spring preparation Leopard Creek is coming back to its former brilliance. It is a unique layout with quality holes and great shot value, the course is penal on errors of thought or execution. The "new grasses" and changes have made it a more enjoyable and playable course for the average golfer whilst now becoming a serious challenge for the low handicap and professional.
Ponky Firer
19 November 2020
Leopard Creek is a bucket list course. The changes made to it in 2017 are starting to bring the course back to a point where it will hold its own in the World Top 100. The presentation is world class with memorability, playability and the all-round experience ranking with some of the best. The greens are settling and should soon provide the final touches to this South African icon.
Jon James
13 November 2020
You will not find a more spectacular setting for golf. The thatch-roof clubhouse is fitting for a bushveld course and has beautiful views over the ninth and 18th holes. Johann Rupert must be complimented for envisioning and creating this masterpiece. The new cynodon grass, which is not as green as kikuyu, blends in better with the surrounding flora. It is a tough grass and not easy to play from. The greens look slower but in fact are quite fast. The bunkers are well-placed and penal, especially if you short-side yourself. I like the changes to the course. The greens at Nos 12 and 16 are more receptive with the option of more pin placements. The new tee-box arrangement on 16 is a great improvement. The new green at 17 makes the hole more playable and allows the new tee at nine a magnificent view over the two closing holes. Leopard Creek must be a strong contender for the No 1 spot when the new rankings are announced.
Frans Booysen
11 November 2020
Having changed the grasses on both the fairways and greens to produce a Seminole-like (Florida USA) course with running fairways and hard fast greens it is a pity that the greens are still not where they should be. They are just not rolling as expected and a course of this pedigree should have world-class greens for most of the year. The course has been significantly improved with the changes though, especially the iconic par-3 16th that must rank as one of the great short holes in the world. Varied tee boxes change the challenge and the new green complex is more amenable to hitting long irons or rescues when the wind and tee box dictate this. Leopard Creek is a bucket list course and when the greens improve to where one expects them to be it will be challenging The Links at Fancourt for the No 1 spot in the rankings.
Ponky Firer
04 October 2020
You can never compliment this course too much. Design variety and aesthetics comparable to the best in the world. Immaculate conditioning and an absolute privilege to play here.
Sandor Kovacs
28 April 2020
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